An online art intervention takes us into Freud’s study via plural feline forms: a cat that is recorded as having been a visitor to Freud’s house and a Sphinx object.
The Freud Museum's archives contain a wonderful selection of family home movies. Here, Sigmund and Martha celebrate their Golden Wedding anniversary
Susan Finlay, our Writer in Residence, with the seventh of her textual vignettes prompted by objects in Freud's collection.
Do Black Lives Matter? – A Freudian View The murder of George Floyd at the hands of the police in Minneapolis reminded me of another incident in the UK, which I wrote about in 2004 (and is reprinted below). Those of us who think that the shameful lack of empathy and humaneness (as one US […]
Susan Finlay, our Writer in Residence, with the sixth of her textual vignettes prompted by objects in Freud's collection.
We are delighted to welcome our President and new members to the Board of Trustees of the Freud Museum London.
Speakers, themes and discussion area for the Freud Museum's first online conference
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.
The importance of social rituals, those shared activities which can either be acknowledged or tacit, has been thrown into relief during this ongoing period of lockdown. Rituals can, of course, evolve, indeed they are unlikely to survive unless they do.
Once again we celebrate Freud's birthday, but what were his own feelings about his big day?