Gilligan, James F.

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GILLIGAN, James F. American, b. 1935. Genres: Criminology/True Crime. Career: University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, intern at university hospitals and clinics, 1965-66; Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, resident in psychiatry at Massachusetts Mental Health Center, 1966-69, instructor, 1969-94, lecturer in psychiatry, 1994-, Erikson Lecturer, 1991, supervising psychiatrist for psychiatric residency training program, 196977, member of psychiatric residency and forensic psychiatry fellowship training programs of the Institute of Law and Psychiatry at McLean Hospital, 1977-89, member of forensic psychiatry fellowship training program at Massachusetts Mental Health Center, 1989-94, member of psychiatric residency training program at Cambridge Hospital, 1994-; Institute for Psychoanalysis, Chicago, IL, Esther Schour Zetland Lecturer, 1992; Cambridge University, visiting fellow of Clare Hall and visiting scholar at Institute of Criminology, both 1993-94; lecturer at colleges and universities. Private practice of clinical and forensic psychiatry, 1969-; McLean Hospital, director of Institute of Law and Psychiatry, 1977-80; Bridgewater State Hospital, deputy medical director, 1977, medical director, 1977-80, medical director of Bridgewater State Hospital and Center for the Study of Violence, 1991-92; Prison Mental Health Service, clinical director, 1981-91. Publications: Violence: Our Deadliest Epidemic and Its Causes, 1996, as Violence: Reflections on a National Epidemic, 1997; The Future of the Prison: Reform or Replacement?, 1998. Contributor to books. Address: PO Box 385, West Stockbridge, MA 01266, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]