Imagine you are having lunch with legal experts. You don’t understand a word of what they are talking about. Are you afraid to make a fool of yourself? Or do you dare to ask a stupid question and see what happens? Be surprised!
A historical controversy in forensic psychiatry regarding brain-based immorality and the insanity defense are discussed against the backdrop of a book review of The Trial of the Assassin Guiteau by Charles E. Rosenberg.
Aletta H. Jacobs was the first woman to graduate and become a medical doctor in the Netherlands. Her example changed both university and society. In the year of the 400th anniversary of the RUG, it even inspired a stunning musical.