Psychoanalysis and Politics: Anxious Encounters & Forces of Fear - Paris, March 31st-April 2nd 2017

Anxious Encounters and Forces of Fear – Spring Symposium in the rooms of the Paris Psychoanalytic Society March 31st-April 2nd 2017

Complete list of speakers

(The conference will begin on Friday morning and close at about 5 pm on Sunday.
A programme with times is forthcoming)

FADI ABOU-RIHAN – War Games (Psychoanalyst, Toronto, Canada)

PINA ANTINUCCI – Encountering the Uncanny (Psychoanalyst, British Psychoanalytical Society, London, UK)

LENE AUESTAD – Unconscious Fear, Authoritarianism and Experience (PhD, prev. Research Fellow, Philosophy, University of Oslo/ Centre for Studies of the Holocaust and Religious Minorities, Norway/ London, UK)

NAYLA DEBS – Thinking and Being in Times of Change (PhD candidate, Psychoanalytic studies, Paris-Diderot University/clinical psychologist, Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, Paris, France)

FERENC ERŐS – The Politics of Trauma: From Shell-Shocked Soldiers to Holocaust Survivors (Professor emeritus, Dep. Of Social Psychology, University of Pécs, Hungary)

JAY FRANKEL – Clinical Impasse, Political Impasse (Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor, Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, New York University, USA)

LESLIE GARDNER – The Brutality of ‘Home’ (PhD, Rhetoric, Fellow of Centre Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Essex, UK)

JIM GRABOWSKI – Department of Abuse and Neglect – A Confusion of the Tongues in Chicago Child Welfare (Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis, Institute for Clinical Social Work, USA)

SCOTT GRAYBOW – Fearing the News: On the Role of Fear in the Social Character of American, White, Working Class Males (Psychoanalytic psychotherapist, adjunct professor, Metropolitan College of New York, USA)

GAIL HAMMILL – With All Due Respect: Fear and the Homosocial Contract in Totem and Taboo (Assistant professor of English, American University in Dubai)

THOMAS JUNG – Scusami, Scusami! When There Is No Name (Psychoanalyst in Training, Group Analyst, Architect, Vienna, Austria)

KIRSTEN KLERCKE – The Pervert’s Efficient Avoidance of Anxiety (Prev. Lecturer, assistant professor, University of Copenhagen, Roskilde University, Denmark)

SUE LIEBERMAN – Brexit: A Suitable Case for Treatment? (Group Analytic psychotherapist, Edinburgh, Scotland/UK)

GILI LIVIATAN – Jocasta’s Reparation: The Feminine Element and the Call for Peace in Cultural Products. A Critical Study of the Psychoanalytic Thought on War and Its Restraint (Bar Ilan University, Israel)

MERSIJA MAGLAJLIC – Celui qui ne peut se server de mots: Dogs are Muslims, too. (Stud., Australian Institute of Professional Councillors, Australia)

MJ MAHER – Riding the Rumbling Terror of The Mystic Hour (Group analyst, London, UK)

ŽELJKA MATIJAŠEVIĆ – Fear, Anxiety, and Terror: A New or the Old Authoritarianism? (Professor, Comparative Literature, Head of the Comparative Literature Department, University of Zagreb, Croatia)

JENYU PENG – Encountering State Violence to Re-Create a Collective Identity. Political Trauma, Subjectification, and Space for Alterity (Institute of Ethnology, Academica Sinica, Taiwan)

WERNER PRALL –The Were-Wolf is a Fearsome Beast, or: How to Draw a Line under the Human (Senior Lecturer, Dep. of Psychoanalysis, Middlesex University, London, UK)

BARIŞ ÜNSAL – Why Can’t We Be Fat and Cheerful? Appearance Anxiety and Gaze of the Other (Stud. Psychology, Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey)

PIERRE DE SENARCLENS – The Emotional Aspects of Nationalism and Ethnicity (Professor emeritus, University of Lausanne, France)

JONATHAN SKLAR – Forces of Fear on the Border: Memory and Trauma in Society (Training Analyst, British Psychoanalytical Society, London, UK)

ERIN SOROS – Who’s Afraid of Lee Maracle? An Indigenous Author’s Challenge to Freud (Postdoctoral fellow, Toronto, Canada)

LINDEN WEST – The Case of Brexit: Anxious Encounters and Forces of Fear: A Psychosocial Perspective, (Professor, Faculty of Education, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK)

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