Zander Sherman | The Sun Magazine

Zander Sherman

Zander Sherman is the author of The Curiosity of School, a social history of education. He has contributed regularly to The Globe and Mail and written for Esquire and The Believer. He is also one half of Larch, a creative collaboration with the musician Rory Jordan-Stevens. He lives in central Ontario, Canada, where he is working on a memoir.

— From July 2016
The Sun Interview

Who Are You Calling Crazy?

Gary Greenberg On How We Define Mental Illness — And How It Defines Us

Mental illness is a function of consciousness, and consciousness is something we see through a glass darkly. We simply are not prepared to understand it with the same certainty that we are prepared to understand, say, liver disease.

July 2016
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