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Mary Koszmary (2007) is one short film from a trilogy by Israeli artist Yael Bartana, which centers on the exhortations of a Polish radical politician calling for the comeback of three million Jews to Poland. This Polish trilogy focuses a lens, both artistic and psychoanalytic, on the place of...
Beneath the many stereotypes of Chinese characteristics common in the West, there are complexities of Chinese culture and personality not well understood by psychoanalysts and analytic therapists. Knowing something about these can be critically helpful to Western colleagues who wish to teach...
This paper is about my supervision of the two probationary psychologists who were employed in a maximum‐security prison to run a high‐intensity violence intervention program for maximum‐security inmates. The psychoanalytic frame became the initial trigger, a scapegoat, for my dismissal as their...
We have two reports on our work in Australia under the umbrella of a project called CASSE. Its two divisions are a school project described here in a setting where psychoanalytic knowledge is used directly to help schools. In Australia there is much less antipathy to psychoanalysis than there is...
This paper describes a multi‐national group of political asylum seekers, designated as “heroes” because they seem to have chosen to resist, when instead they might simply have moved elsewhere. Inspection reveals that they are also chosen by their families to continue a tradition of resistance,...
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