Invited Addresses

 

Bazar, J. L. (2020, November). Becoming therapeutic: Exploring how the asylum transformed everyday objects. [Invited address]. XIV Clio-Psyché meeting of the Brazilian Congress of History of Psychology, online conference. 

Bazar, J. L. (2019, March). Walking through history: Case study of a former psychiatric hospital site. [Keynote address]. Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY. 

Peer-Reviewed Presentations

 

Papers and Symposia

Bazar, J. L., Finlay, N., Blundell, G., & Ward, V. (2018, June). It ain't over until the document sings: Returning sound to the history of the hospital. [Conference session]. Cheiron, Akron, OH. 

Bazar, J. L. (2017, June). Claimed by the War: The loss of New York’s Psychopathic Laboratory. [Conference session]. Cheiron, Starkville, MS.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2017, May). Whose history did we keep? Two case studies in the exhibition of the history of institutional mental health care in Ontario. [Conference session]. Canadian Society for the History of Medicine, Toronto, ON.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2016, August). Drugging the defenses: Radical treatments in forensic mental health care, 1963-1977. [Conference session]. American Psychological Association, Denver, CO.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2016, June). Stacking the wards? Ontario’s experiments in treating psychopathy. [Conference session]. Joint meeting of Cheiron and ESHHS, Barcelona, Spain.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2016, May). Understanding the present through the past? A case study of the Waypoint History Walk. [Conference session]. Waypoint Research Institute Conference, Barrie, ON.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2015, August). “How do you prove you’re sane”: Psycho-legal debates of the 1960s. [Conference session]. American Psychological Association, Toronto, ON.

Bazar, J. L., & Collins, B. M. (2015, May). Chemical insights: Exploring Canada’s “other” LSD programs. [Conference session]. Canadian Society for the History of Medicine, Ottawa, ON.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2014, June). “The ‘stigma’ of the criminal ‘etc’ association”: The first generation of patients of the criminal insane division, Penetanguishene, 1933-1960. [Conference session]. Cheiron, Frederick, MD.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2014, May). Six to eighteen hours: Adoption of bains prolongés in North American asylums. [Conference session]. Canadian Society for the History of Medicine, St Catharines, ON.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2013, June). The Utica crib: Contextualizing the role of asylum restraints in contemporary memory. [Conference session]. Cheiron, Dallas. TX.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2012, August). Too hip for the Hipp: Role of instruments in psychology’s laboratory histories. [Conference session]. American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2012, July). More than moral treatment: Revisiting daily life in the asylum. [Conference session]. Joint meeting of Cheiron and the European Society for the History of the Human Sciences, Montreal, QC.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2012, April). More than a chair: A re-examination of patient labour in the asylum era. [Conference session]. Third West Coast Symposium in the History of Medicine, College Station, TX.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2011, June). “No satisfactory costume”: The role of clothing in asylum practices. [Conference session]. Cheiron, Calgary, AB.

 

Korostoliev, A., Rodkey, E. N., & Bazar, J. L. (2011, June). Exploring the old anew: Trends, themes, and struggles in the shared experiences of early women in Canadian Psychology. [Conference session]. Canadian Psychological Association, Toronto, ON.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2011, August). Bringing history to life: Creating a teaching resource for the psychological laboratory. [Conference session]. American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

 

Bazar, J. L., & Rutherford, A. (2011, March). Denied degrees to burning bras: Enlivening lectures using Psychology’s Feminist Voices. [Conference session]. Eastern Psychological Association, Cambridge, MA.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2010, November). On display: Examining contemporary exhibits of the 19th century asylum. [Conference session]. History of Science Society, Montreal, QC.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2010, August). “Your whiskers are on fire”: A history of Titchener’s lab from below. [Conference session]. American Psychological Association, Toronto, ON.

 

Bazar, J. L., & Burman, J. T. (2010, June). “Worthy of a visit”: The changing landscape of asylum tourism in the nineteenth century. [Conference session]. Cheiron, Syracuse, NY.

 

Bazar, J. L., & Ball, L. C. (2010, March). “Publicity is the soul of justice”: A look at the Alleged Lunatics Friends Society. [Conference session]. Eastern Psychological Association, Brooklyn, NY.

 

 Rutherford, A., Bazar, J. L., Vaughn-Blount, K., Held, L., & Ball, L. C. (2009, August). Lusty ladies or Victorian victims? Perspectives on women, madness, and sexuality. [Conference symposium]. American Psychological Association, Toronto, ON.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2008, August). What was moral treatment? A review of Chiarugi, Pinel, and the Tukes. [Conference session]. American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2008b, June). From humours to morals: Treatment at the Temporary Lunatic Asylum in Toronto. [Conference session]. Cheiron, Toronto, ON.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2008a, June). The (dis)connected spread of the asylum across Canada. [Conference session]. Canadian Psychological Association, Halifax, NS.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2007, November). Patient treatment after death: The controversial practice of post-mortem exams at the Toronto Asylum, 1841-1900. [Conference session]. History of Science Society, Washington, DC.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2007, August).  Touring the United States: The planning of the Toronto Asylum. [Conference session]. American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2007b, June). To preserve or not to preserve, that is the question: What is to be done with the nineteenth century purpose-built asylum? [Conference session]. Joint meeting of Cheiron and the European Society for the History of the Human Sciences, Dublin, IE.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2007a, June). The quarrel between Joseph Workman and George Brown. [Conference session]. Canadian Psychological Association, Ottawa, ON.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2007, May). What about the patients? The impact of administrative conflict on the opening of the Toronto Asylum, 1841-1853. [Conference session]. American Association for the History of Medicine, Montreal, QC.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2006, November). The Toronto Asylum as seen by society. [Conference session]. History of Science Society, Vancouver, BC.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2005, May). Patient admission and diagnoses at the Provincial Lunatic Asylum, Toronto. [Conference session]. York University In-House Conference, Toronto, ON.

Workshops

Vaughn-Johnson, K., Bazar, J. L., & Young, J. L. (2015, June). Archives, repositories, websites, blogs, exhibits, oh my! Digitization considerations and conceptualizations. [Conference workshop]. Cheiron, Lawrence, KS.

Public Lectures

 

Historical Societies 

Bazar, J. L. (2019, November). The Mimico Asylum. [Public lecture]. Vaughn Historical Society, Vaughn, ON. 

 

Bazar, J. L. (2019, May). Cottages for the chronic insane: The origins of the Mimico Asylum. [Public lecture]. Aurora Historical Society, Aurora, ON. 

Bazar, J. L. (2018, February). The Mimico Asylum. [Public lecture]. Etobicoke Historical Society, Etobicoke, ON. 

Bazar, J. L. (2017, November). Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre. Invited talk presented to the Toronto West Rotary Club, Toronto, ON.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2017, November). Sanism and the statute: Mental health and the law. [Invited panel presentation]. York Federation of Students, York University, Toronto, ON.

Bazar, J. L. (2015, February). Asylum aspirations: A history of innovation and psychiatry in Ontario. [Invited lecture]. Ontario Heritage Week, Fulford Place Museum, Brockville, ON.

Invited Presentations

 

Symposia

Ball, L. C., & Bazar, J. L. (2017, November). Lights, camera, research: A study of two unlikely bedfellows. [Invited lecture]. Colloquium Series of the History and Theory of Psychology program, York University, Toronto, ON.

Bazar, J. L. (2015, December). Psychedelics and psychopaths: Treating the “criminally insane” in Penetanguishene, Ontario, 1963-1977. [Invited lecture]. Waypoint Research Institute Colloquium Series, Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care, Penetanguishene, ON.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2015, November). Psychedelics and psychopaths: Treating the “criminally insane” in Penetanguishene, Ontario, 1963-1977. [Invited lecture]. Northern Ontario History of Health and Medicine Series, Northern Ontario School of Medicine, Thunder Bay, ON.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2013, December). “A mass of filth and impure fluids”: Sanitation reform in Canada’s 19th century asylums. [Invited lecture]. Department of Community Health Sciences and the Institute for Public Health Seminar, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2013, December). “A wonderful post-mortem”: Establishing expertise in insanity. [Invited lecture]. History of Neuroscience Research Group (HONIG), University of Calgary, Calgary, AB.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2011, October). Touring asylum remains: Examining history’s material culture. [Invited lecture]. Colloquium on the History of Psychology and Medicine of the Department of Postgraduate and Continuing Education, McLean Hospital and the Center for the History of Medicine, Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine, Boston, MA.

Bazar, J. L. (2010, November). Stuff and things: The material culture of the asylum. [Invited lecture]. History of Theory of Psychology Colloquia Series, York University, Toronto, ON.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2009, October). Akron fever: Interning at the Archives of the History of American Psychology.[Invited lecture]. History and Theory of Psychology Colloquia Series, Toronto, ON.

 

Bazar, J. L. (2005, September). Manufacturing madness: An approach to asylum history. [Invited lecture]. History and Theory of Psychology Colloquia Series, York University, Toronto, ON.

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