pt. One Foregrounding Social Justice Theorizing -- 1."Women and Madness" Revisited: The Promise of Intersectional and Mad Studies Frameworks / Marina Morrow -- 2.A "Third Space" for Doing Social Justice Research / Viviane Josewski -- 3. Global Psychiatrization and Psychic Colonization: The Coloniality of Global Mental Health / China Mills -- pt. Two Decolonizing Research and Practice -- 4. Mental Health in Africa: Human Rights Approaches to Decolonization / Mohamed Ibrahim -- 5. Dancing with Complexity: Decolonization and Social Justice Dialogues / Sabina Chatterjee -- 6. Melq'ilwiye (Coming Together): Re-imagining Mental Health for Urban Indigenous Youth through Intersections of Identity, Sovereignty, and Resistance / Mike Arnouse -- pt. Three Gendering, Discourse, and Power -- 7. Is It Normal or PMS? Women's Strategies in Negotiating and Resisting Negative Premenstrual Change / Janette Perz.
8. Depression in Workplaces: Governmentality, Feminist Analysis, and Neoliberalism / Katherine Teghtsoonian -- 9. Gender Non-conformity or Psychiatric Non-compliance? How Organized Non-compliance Can Offer a Future without Psychiatry / Jemma Tosh -- pt. Four Media as a Site of Social (In)Justice -- 10.(De)Pathologization: Transsexuality, Gynecomastia, and the Negotiation of Mental Health Diagnoses in Online Communities / T. Garner -- 11."One in Five": The Prevalence Problematic in Mental Illness Discourse / Katie Aubrecht -- 12. Madness in the Media: An Intersectional Analysis of Educational Films and Television Programming, 1940 -- 69 / Dorothy E. Chunn -- pt. Five Refashioning Research for Social Justice Praxis -- 13. Ethics, Research, and Advocacy: The Experiences of the NAOMI Patients Association in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside / Dave Murray -- 14. Using Arts-Based Methods to Create Research Spaces That Encourage Meaningful Dialogue / Denise Zabkiewicz.
15. Disrupting Dominant Discourses: Rethinking Services and Systems for Women with Experiences of Abuse / Victoria Smye -- 16. An Intersectionality Approach to Resilience Research: Centring Structural Analysis, Resistance, and Social Justice / Lorraine Halinka Malcoe.