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



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’



Sally Alexander (Goldsmiths)

Kate Hodgkin (UEL)

Barbara Taylor (QMUL)





Katy Pettit 
Administrator, Raphael Samuel History Centre   @RSHistCentre