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A screening and lecture part of 'Freud On TV' series, with Donald Reeves
Explore our latest exhibition with a tour led by the exhibition's curator, Miriam Leonard.
This talk by Dr Luigi Prada will offer an overview of Ancient Egyptian dream interpretation - Museum Late
An afternoon talk by Dr. Eleanor Dobson on the relationship between Sigmund Freud's theories of Egyptian mythology and modern literature.
Marking the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death.
This conference investigates Freud's fascination with Egypt, its cultural impact and the role it played in the development of psychoanalysis.
Talk by photographer and psychoanalyst Mark Gerald upon the release of his latest publication.
Here's your final chance to explore this highly-acclaimed exhibition. Talk and private viewing hours with the Freud Museum curator.
Screening and discussion with Anouchka Grose
A late night celebration. Dress code: your most uncanny mask!
Talk by Dr. Sheri Jacobson, founder of Harley Therapy
A talk by Darian Leader. Part of 'The Uncanny: A Centenary' events series
An illustrated lecture by Alexandra Kokoli introducing the 'feminist uncanny'. Part of 'The Uncanny: A Centenary' events series
Dr. Yael Baldwin will address the unique place and role of Lacanian psychoanalysis, with its emphasis on the importance of human speech and the effects of the signifier.
A Talk by artists Gary Winters and Claire Hind
Screening and discussion with Deborah Levy and Jane Thorburn
Launching the Uncanny Candle
A screening and lecture part of 'Freud On TV' series.
The uncanny valley and other tech-based heebie jeebies.
Talk by Dr. Aaron Balick. Part of 'The Uncanny: A Centenary' events series.
Talk on the uncanny and theatre by Dr. Mischa Twitchin.
Part of 'The Uncanny: A Centenary' events series.
It is related to dread, horror, repulsion and distress. But what is the uncanny and why is it so significant today? Multi-Disciplinary Conference.
Day course with Forbes Morlock
With a fascinating talk on the history and anecdotes concerning the origins and transition from funerary masks to death masks and Uncanny exhibition late.
Lisa Appignanesi in discussion with Susie Orbach; on grief, anger, love and loss.
The Freud Museum's contribution to a city-wide event celebrating bookshops!