Primates in Antiquity is a one-day multidisciplinary symposium conceived to explore and interpret the iconography of monkeys and apes in antiquity.
The Psychoanalysis Study Group is an interdisciplinary seminar for academics and clinicians who are interested in psychoanalytic theory. Through close reading of texts and presentations by psychoanalysts and academics, we consider the application of psychoanalytic ideas to patients, texts, film, art, culture, and ideas, leaving room to elaborate points of common interest and points of difference.
Please email Humanities.Center@dartmouth.edu to register and receive the reading.
Wednesday, June 3: Guest speaker Lewis Kirshner, M.D will deliver a talk entitled, "The Translational Metaphor in Psychoanalysis---The End of Classical Interpretation?”
Past meetings included:
Tuesday, February 24: Rachel Teukolsky (Vanderbilt University) discussed "Stereoscopy and the Global Picturesque," a chapter from her latest work.
Wednesday, September 24: Discussion of "The 'Triumph' of Religion: Lacan, Christianity and the Passage to the Father" with Cleo Kearns.
Thursday, November 6: Discussion with Dr. John Muller of his paper, "Reading Freud's Semiotic Passion," which addresses Freud's paper on screen memories.
Coordinators: Sally Ackerman (psychoanalyst in private practice), Aden Evens (English), Veronika Fuechtner (German Studies), Susannah Heschel (Religion)
Image: "The Wolf Man" - Courtesy Freud Museum, London.
Last Updated: 4/6/15