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  • 24 Jan 2022
    Vera J. Camden

    The Cambridge Companion to Literature and Psychoanalysis

    Since at least the 1980’s, any university student who wanted to learn about Freud or psychoanalysis would not be directed to departments of psychology, nor to psychiatry, but would instead be ushered to the English department. The irony of this circumstance is, of course, that such guidance returns the student to the origins of psychoanalysis. […]

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  • 13 Feb 2017
    Bert A. Spector

    On Freud on Us

    A good deal of attention has focused on the psychological makeup of the man who sought and won the Presidency in 2016, including the provocative “Is Donald Trump a Psychopath” by fellow Cambridge author, Steven M. Stahl.  (Stahl’s answer: probably not.)  While I don’t expect this line of inquiry to let up anytime soon, I […]

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  • 18 Jan 2012

    The Culture of Freud: Three Visions of Psychoanalysis from the Theater

    As Mikkel Borch-Jakobsen and Sonu Shamdasani discuss in The Freud Files, the legend of Freud as the creator of psychoanalysis persists to this day, and is immortalized in our books, films, and art. Richard Cronenberg's film interpretation about the debates between Freud and Jung was released around the US last month, but Freud has become a regular fixture on the stage as well as the screen.

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