This November at the Freud Museum we open a wintery season of events, talks and performances, from Lacan to lost Freudian lectures…
This talk focus on how these modern-day American conceptualizations of schizophrenic patients as violent emerged during the civil-rights era of the 1950s-1970s in response to a larger set of conversations about race.
Leading art critic, writer and Editorial Director of Frieze Magazine, Jennifer Higgie, presents a talk with artist Daniel Silver and artist and curator of The Enigma of the Hour: 100 Years of Psychoanalytic Thought.
This discussion aims to consider the connection between sexual abuse, offending behaviour and the vitality of psychotherapy.
You or your students can ask any questions about Freud or psychoanalysis and we will do our best to answer them. No question is too silly!
Little is known about Freud's apparent lack of enthusiasm for cats, but his love for dogs was evident.
Sigmund Freud owned two rare Fayum mummy portraits, displaying realistic images of unknown men.
Here are 5 things not to miss this month at the Freud Museum.
One hundred years ago, Sigmund Freud wrote his paper on ‘The Uncanny’ (Das Unheimliche). By Jamie Ruers
Sigmund Freud’s collection of antiquities at the Freud Museum London is vast and unique. Now a new book investigates and celebrates them.