Psychoanalysis and History Seminar 2018

February 14, 5.30-7pm

Karl Figlio (Essex), ‘Remembering as Reparation in Psychoanalysis and Post-war German History’

Institute of Historical Research

Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1

Past and Present Room N202

ALL WELCOME, no need to book

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The rest of this year’s programme is below; please note that Kate Hodgkin’s paper is now scheduled for May 30th.

Wednesdays, 5.30-7pm

Venue: IHR, Past and Present Room N202

 

March 14, 5.30pm

Helen Tyson (Sussex) ‘Forebodings about fascism: Marion Milner reads Virginia Woolf’.

 

April 18, 5.30pm

Philip Kuhn, ‘Obscene publications in early 20thc England: or why was Freud’s work never censored?’

 

May 16, 5.30pm

Matt Ffytche (Essex), Reading ‘Autobiography of a Generation’

 

May 30, 5.30pm

Kate Hodgkin (UEL), ‘Memory and the languages of loss in seventeenth-century life writing’

 

Convenors:

Sally Alexander (Goldsmiths)

Kate Hodgkin (UEL)

Barbara Taylor (QMUL)

 

 

 

 

Katy Pettit 
Administrator, Raphael Samuel History Centre
www.raphaelsamuelhistorycentre.com   @RSHistCentre