You can find her "Lunacy and Mad Doctors" blog here at Psychology Today. In its posts, Wise discusses 19th-century understandings of mental health and their depictions in Gothic works such as the novels of Charlotte Brontë and Wilkie Collins and films such as Gaslight.
Here are two of her insightful lectures that are available for free listening.
* "Murder and Grave Robbery," a talk for the Museum of London
* "Tales from the Victorian Lunatic Asylum," a talk for the Whitechapel 1888 Society
Last but not least, here is a short (17-minute) documentary featuring Sarah Wise and focusing on the body-snatching subject of her book The Italian Boy. It's called "The London Burkers."
"...the Morning Advertiser gave regular bulletins about missing children: Caroline Brand, eight, of Wolverley Street, Hackney Road, sent out by her parents to sell bundles of firewood one evening, and not seen again, just as her thirteen-year-old brother had disappeared, five months before; and Henry Borroff, a five-year-old of Hoxton Old Town — gone."
- from Sarah Wise, The Italian Boy