Journal Articles and Book Chapters by BPSI Authors

Posted in Recent Work

Anthony D. Bram, PhD. (2021). Introduction – In-Session Use of Digital Material in Child Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 74(1): 304-307. Steven H. Cooper, PhD. (2021). Toward an Ethic of Play in Psychoanalysis. The Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 90:3, 373-397. Diane O’Donoghue, PhD. (2021). Amnesias of a Freudian Kind. Part One. American Imago 78(1), 55-77. Charles Levin, PhD and Dawn Skorczewski, PhD....

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A Fresh Look at Psychoanalytic Technique

Posted in Library Corner, Recent Work

A Fresh Look at Psychoanalytic Technique (forthcoming from Routledge on Aug 24, 2021) is a new collection of select papers on psychoanalysis by a BPSI Member, Fred Busch, PhD. Covering key topics such as what is unique about psychoanalysis, interpretation, psychic truth, the role of memory and the importance of the analyst’s reveries, this book brings together the author’s most important work on this subject for the first time....

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Sieg Maandag: Life and Art in the Aftermath of Bergen-Belsen

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Sieg Maandag: Leven en Kunst na Bergen-Belsen / Life and Art in the Aftermath of Bergen-Belsen (Lecturis, 2020) is a new book, co-authored by BPSI Affiliate Scholar Member, Dawn Skorczewski, PhD. Sieg Maandag (1937-2013) was seven years old when he was released from the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. His father was killed there, his mother survived camp Beendorf and was reunited with him. A photo of Sieg walking along a row of bodies in...

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Nancy Chodorow and The Reproduction of Mothering: Forty Years On

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This new book, edited by Petra Bueskens, a psychotherapist and an Honorary Fellow in the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Melbourne, Australia, and published by Palgrave in 2021, revisits Nancy Chodorow’s groundbreaking and highly influential 1978 book The Reproduction of Mothering. This publication brings together an original essay from Nancy Chodorow Women Mother Daughters: The Reproduction of Mothering After...

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Ten Big Bets: Transforming Education During the Pandemic and Beyond

Posted in Library Corner, Recent Work, Social Awareness

Ten Big Bets: Transforming Education During the Pandemic and Beyond (PEAR and Clover Press, 2020) is a new book by BPSI Psychoanalyst and Faculty Member, Gil G. Noam, PhD. The global pandemic has thrown schooling into disarray. Teachers, parents, and children alike face uncertainty, while distance learning strains the human connections that make schooling meaningful. In this book, noted Harvard psychologist and educator Dr. Gil Noam reminds the...

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The Analyst as Storyteller

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The Analyst as Storyteller / El Analista como Narrador (IPBooks, 2021), is a recently published collection of 30 stories in their original languages, as well as in English and Spanish, edited by a BPSI Member, Cordelia Schmidt-Hellerau, PhD. Contributors include: Viviane Auzias (France), Fabio Castriota (Italy), Nicolás Correa (Chile), Georges Gachnochi (France), Bertha Gamarra (Columbia), Christopher Gibson (Sweden), Christa Hoffmann...

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