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Resources

Please find below a variety of links to related networks, journals of interest and relevant psychoanalytic organisations.


Psychoanalysis Databases:

Warwick Library now subscribes to PEP Web, a fully searchable database with over 50 journals on the subject of psychoanalysis from 1913 - 2010 and 100 classic texts, plus the Standard Edition of the complete works of Freud in German and English.
http://0-www.pep-web.org.pugwash.lib.warwick.ac.uk/

Related Networks and Research Seminars

THERIP (The Higher Education Network for Research and Information about Psychoanalysis)

The Association for Psychosocial Studies (APS)

Sociology, Psychoanalysis and the Psychosocial Study Group (British Sociological Association)

PsyLitFilm

Psychoanalysis and Politics

UOBPsyLit (University of Birmingham)

Interdisciplinary Seminars in Psychoanalysis (St John's College, Oxford)

Media and the Inner World

Psychoanalysis, Literature and Practice (Institute of English Studies, London)

Journals of interest

Free Associations

Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society

American Imago

Relevant Organisations and Psychoanalytic Groups

The Freud Museum

The Institute of Psychoanalysis 

The Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis

CFAR (Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research)

Connecting Conversations (Connecting Conversations organises events at which psychoanalysts talk to leaders in other fields, often artistic, in order to make new connections. Audio recordings of talks available online)



Details of previous events

Juliet Brough Rogers, University of Melbourne. 'The Work of Shame in the Non-Writing of the Australian Constitution'

Tuesday 23rd February. 5.00 to 7.00 in SO.08 (Social Sciences).

Speaker programme 2014/15

Occasional Events 2014/15
Narcissism & Melancholia: Reflections on a Century (March 11th- 12th 2015)

Narcissism and Melancholia: Reflections on a Century

Keynote addresses available here

For a Materialist Psychoanalysis Conference (May 8th - 9th 2015)

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Speaker programme 2013/14 
Occasional Events 2013/14