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Sigmund and Anna Freud's archives are large, but there are many other lesser-known figures in the archives of the Freud Museum.
Susan Finlay, our Writer in Residence, with the third of her textual vignettes prompted by objects in Freud's collection.
Carol Seigel, Freud Museum Director, met Ida Applebroog in her New York Studio ahead of her exhibition at the Museum.
Zoe Forster explains the process of participating in the exhibition ‘Secrets of the Soul’, commissioned by University College London's Psychoanalysis Unit.
Professor Dawn Ades looks at the different artistic identities Dalí assumes in three sketches of Freud.
We asked a couple of our student volunteers why they started volunteering at the Freud Museum
Susan Finlay, our Writer in Residence, with the second of her textual vignettes prompted by objects in Freud's collection.
Elizabeth Dearnley discusses her reworking of ‘The Sandman’ for the exhibition ‘The Uncanny: A Centenary’
E.T.A. Hoffmann’s short story The Sandman (1816) has spooked and inspired many with its troubling tale of the folkloric Sandman who haunts the protagonist Nathaniel. This blog post is about this well-known story that Freud references in his 1919 essay ‘The Uncanny’, looking at why it was such an apt and powerful inspiration for Freud […]