Index

Heike Bartel (University of Nottingham, UK)

Men Writing Eating Disorders: Autobiographical Writing and Illness Experience in English and German Narratives

ISBN: 978-1-83909-923-6, eISBN: 978-1-83909-920-5

Publication date: 4 December 2020

This content is currently only available as a PDF

Citation

Bartel, H. (2020), "Index", Men Writing Eating Disorders: Autobiographical Writing and Illness Experience in English and German Narratives, Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 163-167. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-83909-920-520201007

Publisher

:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Copyright © 2021 Heike Bartel


INDEX

Index

Note: Page numbers followed by “n” indicate notes.

À la recherche du temps perdu (Proust)
, 80

Abuse, sexual
, 54, 80, 132–133

Alcohol
, 92

Alexithymia
, 30

American National Eating Disorders Association
, 19

American Psychiatric Association
, 15

Anabolic steroids
, 46

Anorexia
, 9, 15–17, 41, 43

effect of
, 55

voices
, 50

in women
, 103

Anti-Bildungsroman
, 88–89

Autobiographical pact
, 78, 112n3, 138

Autobiographical writing
, 13, 38, 69–87

autobiography vs.
, 71–74

paratexts
, 93–112

ventures outside
, 87–93

Autopathography
, 117

Avoidant restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID)
, 15

Beat (eating disorders charity)
, 7n1, 11, 98–99, 106, 142n2

Beauvoir, Simone de
, 35–37

‘Bigorexia’
, 2, 20

‘Bildung’
, 112n5

Bildungsroman
, 70, 88, 112n4

Binge eating disorder
, 19–20

Body dissatisfaction
, 45

Body dysmorphic disorder
, 21, 29, 46–47, 82

Bulimia
, 9, 17–19, 57

Butler, Judith
, 35–37

Charon, Rita
, 117, 125–126

Childhood
, 7, 66, 77, 80–81, 85–86, 89, 104, 105

Clean eating
, 30

Cocaine
, 92

Comedy
, 96

Confessions of an English Opium-Eater (de Quincey)
, 87

Covid-19
, 11, 117, 122

Cycling
, 50

Delderfield, Russell
, 23, 27, 28, 119

Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V)
, 14–15

Eating disorders

classifications
, 14–21

feminist scholarship and
, 32–34

gendering illness
, 31–32

‘girls’ illness
, 25–28

language
, 28–31

sex and intimacy
, 52–68

sport and exercise
, 40–52

Electroshock treatment
, 12

Exercise
, 7, 20–21, 40–52, 56, 58, 62, 64–65, 70, 111, 136

Family

food histories
, 81–87

photos
, 103

Fat Is A Feminist Issue (Orbach)
, 32

Femininity
, 32, 37

Feminisation
, 31

Feminist scholarship
, 6, 32–34

FirstStepsED (eating disorders charity)
, xiii, 142n2

‘Fletschern’
, 109

Foucault, Michel
, 28

Frank, Arthur
, 117, 136

‘Freakshow’
, 108

Gay
, 12, 28, 39, 66–67, 74

Gender
, 35–36, 127

Gender disparity
, 27

Gender Trouble (Butler)
, 35

Gendering illness
, 31–32

Genette, Gérard
, 93, 110

‘Girls’ illness
, 25–28

Hawkins, Anne Hunsaker
, 117, 121

Health Humanities 2
, 98, 118, 120, 121, 123, 139

Healthcare

illness narrative
, 115–118

men writing experiences of treatment
, 128–140

narratives and
, 118–121

narratives in healthcare education and training
, 121–124

new additions to corpus of narrative medicine
, 124–127

Hegemonic masculinity
, 39–40, 44

Homosexuality
, 38

Hospitalisation
, 12

Humour
, 95–96, 137

‘Hunger Artist’, A [‘Ein Hungerkünstler’] (Kafka)
, 105–110

‘I’-narrator
, 12, 29–30, 50–51, 135

Illness as Many Narratives: Arts, Medicine and Culture (Bolaki)
, 117

Illness as Narrative (Jurecic)
, 117

Illness narrative
, 4, 115–118

Illness Narratives, The (Kleinman)
, 116–117

International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11)
, 15

Invisible Man, The (Morgan)
, 122

Kafka, Franz
, 108–110

Kintsugi
, 138–139

Language
, 28–31

Lejeune, Phillippe
, 78–79, 112n3, 138

Literary narratives
, 3

Literary scholarship

autobiographical writing vs. autobiography
, 71–74

food memories
, 80–81

through lens of
, 69–87

memoir boom
, 74–77

memory
, 77–80

Literature and Medicine. A Practical and Pedagogical Guide (Schleifer & Vannatta)
, 126

Magic Mountain, The [Der Zauberberg] (Mann, Th.)
, 117

MaleVoiceED (eating disorders charity)
, xiii, 142n2

Manhood
, 48

Masculinisation
, 42

Masculinities (Connell)
, 36

Masculinity
, 36–37

hegemonic
, 28, 39–40, 44, 68

multiple modes
, 38

studies
, 36

versions
, 40

Medical Humanities
, 2, 98, 118, 121, 123, 142n3

Memoir see Autobiographical writing

Memoir boom
, 70, 74–77

Memory
, 77–80

fallibility of
, 78

Men writing experiences of treatment
, 128–140

Mitgift (Draesner)
, 103

Moi, Toril
, 36–37

Muscle dysmorphia
, 20–21, 46–47

Narrative Medicine
, 3, 124–126, 135

Narrative Medicine: Honoring the Stories of Illness (Charon)
, 117

Narratives

competence
, 125

critical reading of
, 3

and healthcare
, 118–121

in healthcare education and training
, 121–124

new additions to corpus of narrative medicine
, 124–127

National Socialism
, 85

NEON Study
, 136

Orthorexia
, 30

Other Specified Feeding and Eating Disorders (OSFED)
, 15

Overeating
, 84

Pact, autobiographical
, 78, 112n3, 138

Paratexts
, 93

forewords, afterwords and interjections
, 110–112

images
, 96–105

Pathography
, 117

Photographs
, 96, 98, 101

Pop music
, 92

Psychiatric

disorders
, 15

illness
, 3

Psychodramas
, 81

Psychopathography
, 117

Public & Patient Engagement (PPE)
, 119

Publishers
, 7, 17, 100

Qualitative research
, 23, 27

Quantitative clinical studies
, 6

Quantitative research
, 119

Reconstructing Illness: Studies in Pathography (Hawkins)
, 117

Recovery
, 4, 7, 31, 38, 51–52, 55–58, 60, 62–63, 68, 86, 96, 98, 106, 111, 116, 137, 141

Reflections on the Tyranny of Slenderness (Chernin)
, 33

Remembering
, 77

Resurrected from Anorexia [Auferstanden aus der Magersucht] (Slim)
, 96

Reverse anorexia
, 20

Running
, 51

Second Sex, The (Beauvoir)
, 35–36

Self-writing see Autobiographical writing

Sex
, 7, 35–37, 40, 42–43, 47, 52–68, 70, 98

Sex, Gender and Society (Oakly)
, 35

Sex and Gender: On the Development of Masculinity and Femininity (Stoller)
, 35

Sex and intimacy
, 52

pleasure and fulfilment
, 68

relationships with ‘Anna’ and ‘Wendy’
, 59–65

‘Sins of the Flesh’
, 65–68

‘slim=attractive’
, 53–59

Sexual abuse
, 54, 80, 132–133

‘Shirts and skins’
, 43–48

Slim-equals-attractive-formula
, 53–59

Sontag, Susan
, 107

Sport and exercise
, 40

excessive exercise
, 48–51

positive elements of exercise
, 51–52

‘shirts and skins’
, 43–48

Steroids
, 2, 21, 46

Story to Tell, or: Regarding Male Eating Disorders, A (Rakoš and de Theije)
, 123

Team sports
, 43

Trigger
, 2, 18

Unbearable Weight (Bordo)
, 33

Ventures outside autobiographical writing
, 87–93

What Is a Woman? (Moi)
, 36

Wounded Storyteller: Body, Illness and Ethics, The (Frank)
, 117, 136

Writing
, 14

processes and products
, 69