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Tinne Claes and Katrin Pilz

, such as industrial workers, but also military men and veterans, mothers, children and, in colonial contexts, indigenous people. 88 Realised by different public health departments these films were prepared and executed by professional and clinical film directors. This specific genre is therefore an optimal source for discussing interdisciplinary, intercultural, scientific and public

in Medical histories of Belgium
Joy Damousi

reached the peak of its influence during the 1940s and 1950s, when artists such as film directors and actors came under its scrutiny. Investigations resulted controversially in the blacklisting of the ‘Hollywood Ten’, driving those in the film industry underground, or forcing them to leave the USA altogether.6 Under J. Edgar Hoover as leader of the Federal Bureau of Investiga­ tion, psychoanalysts were subject to the closest scrutiny. Inevitably the focus fell on foreign-born analysts, but even those not foreign-born, like Bernard, did not escape surveillance. As

in A history of the case study
Birgit Lang

by non-academic authors.108 Specifically, Wulffen complained about Robert Heymann (1879–1946), film director and writer of popular fiction and popular cultural histories, whose volume Der Sexualverbrecher (The Sex Offender) was published in 1931 by Lykeion.109 Wulffen raised the issue of title copyright with his own publisher and a compromise was negotiated with Lykeion. New ∙ 141 ∙ A HISTORY OF THE CASE STUDY imprints of Heymann’s book showed a title change to Das Verbrechen. Eine Sittengeschichte menschlicher Entartung (Crime. A History of Human Aber­ ration

in A history of the case study