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First Name
Zoë
Last Name
Dubus
Affiliation
TELEMMe - Aix-Marseille Université
Website URL
https://telemme.mmsh.univ-aix.fr/membres/Zo%C3%AB_Dubus
Keywords
drugs, medicine, psychedelics, LSD, morphine, cocaine, doctors, history of medicine, history of drugs, psychiatry
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About Me

My study focus on the history of the complex relationship between medicine and doctors in France since two centuries, with products altering consciousness and sensibility, alternately designed as innovative medicines or as toxic.
This research aims at elucidating the complex chronologies governing these movements; it aims to better understand the actual medical practices through systematic literature review comments and analysis of archive; it is also intended to place them both in the matter of medical expertise and its socioprofessional stakes, and in the wider context of the relationship that society has with psychotropic drugs and therefore with pleasure, insanity, pain and death.

Recent Publications
Zoë Dubus, « Les scientifiques et l’auto-expérimentation de LSD », RESPADD, 39, 2020
Zoë Dubus, « Women’s Historical Influence on “Set and Setting” », Chacruna [En ligne] https://chacruna.net/women-and-history-of-set-and-setting/ , 30/09/2020
Zoë Dubus, « Utiliser les psychédéliques pour “guérir” des adolescents homosexuels ? Essai de thérapie de conversion, France, 1960 », Annales Médico-psychologiques, revue psychiatrique, 178-6, 2020, p. 650‑656
Zoë Dubus, « LSD », in DicoPolHiS, Le Mans Université, 2020 http://dicopolhis.univ-lemans.fr/fr/dictionnaire/l/lsd.html
Zoë Dubus, « Marginalisation, stigmatisation et abandon du LSD en médecine », Histoire, médecine et santé, 15, 2020, p. 87‑105
Zoë Dubus et Yvonne Knibiehler, « La non-parentalité au XXIe siècle : étude des childfree », Sextant : Revue du Groupe interdisciplinaire d’Etudes sur les femmes, 36, 2020, p. 191‑209
Media Coverage
Country Focus
France
Expertise by Geography
Western Europe
Expertise by Chronology
19th century, 20th century, 21st century
Expertise by Topic
Gender, Medicine, Science