Edition of Primary Source
John Perceval, A Narrative of the Treatment Experienced by a Gentleman, During a State of Mental Derangement (Philadelphia: Lanternfish Books, 2022).
Articles and Essays
“‘A Wasted Sympathy’: Undiagnosing Winifred Howells.” J19: The Journal of Nineteenth-Century American Literature 9.1 (2021): 155-183.
“Masks in Medicine: Metaphors and Morality.” With Gail Geller. Journal of Medical Humanities 42.1 (2021): 103-107.
“Stigma and Functional Neurological Disorder: A Research Agenda Targeting the Clinical Encounter.” With Kate MacDuffie, TammyJo Best, Suzette LaRoche, Bridget Mildon, Lorna Myers, Elizabeth Stafford, and Karen Rommelfanger. CNS Spectrums (2020): 1-6.
“The Arts and Science of Reading: Humanities in the Lab.” American Journal of Bioethics: Neuroscience 7.2 (2016): 85-94.
“Lauren Slater and the Experts: Malingering, Masquerade, and the Disciplinary Control of Diagnosis.” Literature and Medicine 33.1 (2015): 23-51.
“Health Humanities, Illness, and the Body.” In The Cambridge Companion to American Literature and the Body, edited by Travis Foster. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022.
“Isaac Ray and the Case: Narrative, Data, and Early Psychiatric Method.” In Evidence: The Use and Misuse of Data. Philadelphia: Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, anticipated 2022.
“Using Placebo to Treat Psychogenic Disorders.” w/ Karen Rommelfanger. Routledge Handbook of Neuroethics, ed. Karen Rommelfanger and Syd Johnson (2017).
Lindsey published a short letter about politics and psychogenic illnesses, “The Roots of Apathy,” in the April 24, 2017 issue of The New Yorker.
Fugitive Leaves, the blog of The Historical Medical Library of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, featured a post she wrote after her 2017 research in their archives: “‘Her Sex Points to Hysteria’: Diagnostic Narratives in a Student Notebook.”
She is a regular contributor to The Neuroethics Blog, the official blog of the American Journal of Bioethics: Neuroscience, and content partner of the Society for Neuroscience, the world’s largest professional society for neuroscience. Previously, she served as managing editor for the blog.
- “Gender bias in the sciences: A neuroethical priority” (2017)
- “Notes from the field: Critical Juncture at Emory” (2016)
- “Your brain on movies: Implications for national security” (2015).
- “Should you read more because a neuroscientist said so?” (2014).
She has also written for Destination Health EU, the official blog of the Emory University Center for the Study of Human Health.