They are delighted to see each other, having met in London when Dr Casson first came from North Wales with her family, as a young woman in 1899. Like a Hollywood film director, I have used creative licence to imagine this meeting as my grandmother was not born until 1912. However, I have drawn Dr Casson’s replies from a number of sources, listed at the end of this blog.
Thank you Carey Brown and Helen Rasmussen, whose recording of this script brought a tiny idea to life. Your support, enthusiasm and creative approach made all the difference.
The Elizabeth Casson Trust, who invited and encouraged me to create the blog.
Eddo- Lodge R (2018) About race. https://www.aboutracepodcast.com
Krayenbuhl S, Oelbaum Z (2017) Letters from Baghdad. Between the Rivers Productions LLC https://www.lettersfrombaghdad.com
The Casson collection at the Royal College of Occupational Therapists Library, plus John Casson’s book “Lewis & Sybil”, published in 1972 by Collins.
Bryant W, Craik C, McKay E (2004) Living in a glass house: exploring occupational alienation. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy. 71(5): 282-289.
Bryant W (2014) Defining occupational alienation. https://drwendy08.wordpress.com/2014/11
Bryant W (2016) The Dr Elizabeth Casson Memorial Lecture 2016: Occupational alienation – A concept for modelling participation in practice and research. British Journal of Occupational Therapy Vol. 79(9) 521–529