This talk unravels the secret history of Jewish football in the UK, Europe and beyond, showing that the game’s transformation would not have been possible without such Jewish Sports Legends as Louis Bookman, Harry Morris, Leslie Goldberg, Mark Lazarus and Morris Keston.
Adam Phillips discusses missing out, frustration, satisfaction and the many wishes and wants in-between with Lisa Appignanesi, author of 'All About Love' (Virago) and Chair of the Freud Museum.
Eva Hoffman and Sathnam Sangera discuss their autobiographical texts with Sue Cowan-Jenssen.
By interpreting fashion within a psychoanalytic frame, Bancroft illustrates how fashion articulates some of the essential, and sometimes frightening, truths about the body, femininity and the self.
Join Granta at the Freud Museum for readings and conversation that probe the wild and unpredictable landscapes of the mind
Making sense of David Lynch's films can be a daunting task! The following films by David Lynch have captivated and mystified audiences around the world; Freudian psychoanalysis offers a chance to decipher the American director's luxurious cinematic dreamscapes.
This lecture will look at this world from the perspectives of Jews from Herzl to Freud to Mahler and ask why Jews were both welcomed into the musical world and yet were never quite at home in it. 'Mark the Music' is a means of understanding modern Jewish cultural sensibilities in a hostile cultural environment.
Lisa Appignanesi and Susie Orbach tease out some of the muddles and meanings of love in our lives and times - in this special conversation for the Freud Museum.
In the period from Freud's childhood to his old-age ruminations, several kinds of photographs were prominent: portraits, psychiatric illustrations, archaeological photography, and ethnographic documentation. These images along with the erotic photography and films of the era, that Mary Bernstein will introduce, paralleled the phenomena of Freudian memories and dreams.