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Ayurdhi Dhar, Ph.D., is an instructor of psychology at the University of West Georgia. She has taught psychology in the United States and in India, where she also worked as a psychotherapist. Her research interests include the relation between schizophrenia and immigration, discursive practices sustaining the concept of mental illness, and critiques of a-contextual and a-historical forms of knowledge. She is the author of Madness and Subjectivity: A Cross-Cultural Examination of Psychosis in the West and India. She spends her time negotiating the guilt of being an ardent animal lover and meat eater.