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Louise Bourgeois: Freud’s Daughter

Written on:September 3, 2021
Louise Bourgeois: Freud’s Daughter

A Dangerous Method

Written on:July 29, 2021
A Dangerous Method

How a Yiddish theater mecca became ‘the church of rock ‘n’ roll’

Written on:July 23, 2021
How a Yiddish theater mecca became ‘the church of rock ‘n’ roll’

The singularly Jewish tragedy of Maria Callas

Written on:July 8, 2021
The singularly Jewish tragedy of Maria Callas

A 51,000-year-old carved bone is one of the world’s oldest works of art, researchers say

Written on:July 6, 2021
A 51,000-year-old carved bone is one of the world’s oldest works of art, researchers say

A Haunted Patrimony

Written on:June 25, 2021
A Haunted Patrimony

Brown, and White: Thoughts on Psychoanalysis, the Blues, and Marginality

Written on:June 23, 2021
Brown, and White: Thoughts on Psychoanalysis, the Blues, and Marginality

What Greek epics taught me about the special relationship between fathers and sons

Written on:June 21, 2021
What Greek epics taught me about the special relationship between fathers and sons

The exhibition exploring Louise Bourgeois’ complex relationship with Freudian psychoanalysis

Written on:June 19, 2021
The exhibition exploring Louise Bourgeois’ complex relationship with Freudian psychoanalysis

On Becoming FREUD: Four Stations by Robert L. Lippman

Written on:April 28, 2021
On Becoming FREUD: Four Stations by Robert L. Lippman