Freud's Death Bed. Notes on the "Invalid Couch" at the Freud Museum by Professor Brett Kahr
Sigmund Freud's War is a delve into the archive to discover the correspondence between Sigmund and Martin Freud during the First World War.
Alice Butler, our Writer in Residence, reflects upon the relationship between clothing and memory
Sigmund Freud was born in what is now Příbor, where his family home has been preserved as a museum.
Artist Emma Smith with guests specialising in child development, children’s rights, and psychoanalysis.
Alenka Zupančič approaches the question of sexuality from a Lacanian perspective, considering it a properly philosophical problem for psychoanalysis.
Alice Butler, our Writer in Residence, lists the shopgirls of art, film and literature
Freud wore this ring for 53 years, engraved with his wife Martha’s name and the date of their marriage, 13th September 1886.
Psychoanalyst Barry Watt reflects on the surprisingly rich scope of issues of translation in psychoanalysis.
Inspired by feminist art, Alice Butler, our Writer in Residence, reimagines a kleptomaniac case history