The Third Reich Source Book will appear this summer with the University of California Press. It is the most extensive collection of primary documents on the Third Reich ever made available to English readers. It also presents for the first time primary materials on the struggle over the meaning of the psyche and the legacy of psychoanalysis under Hitler.
In her recent book Psychoanalysis and the Legacy of the Third Reich Emily Kuriloff explores the myriad ways in which theory and praxis – and thus the course of psychoanalysis – has been and continues to be influenced by this history. In tonight’s talk she will focus particularly on the British experience before and after the Second World War.
The Freud Museum London recently received a generous donation from the Marie-Louise von Motesiczky Charitable Trust: the painting Psychoanalyst by Marie-Louise von Motesiczky.
Writer in Residence Alice Butler introduces her project on kleptomania.
This conference brings together musicologists, psychoanalysts and performers to think about the emotional impact of musical composition and performance.
This talk is part of a series of events accompanying the exhibition 'Why War', 6 August - 19 October 2014.
Online day course with Dr Keith Barrett, streamed from Freud's final home.
Elizabeth Dearnley discusses her reworking of ‘The Sandman’ for the exhibition ‘The Uncanny: A Centenary’
The objects in Freud’s collection seemed to contribute to the creative frisson that was essential for the development and flourishing of his theories.
Freud's home was a place to live, work and socialise. All these elements were combined in 1902 to form the Wednesday Psychological Society, a professional and social group that met weekly and eventually became the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society.