The Poles Who Tried to Save My Father

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Click Here to Read: The Poles Who Tried to Save My Father: The unknown story of the Bernese Group, a collective of Polish diplomats and Jewish activists in Switzerland who forged passports to try and help Jews escape the horrors of the Holocaust By Menachem Z. Rosensaft on the Tablet Website on January 16, 2020.
The fake Paraguay passport of the Bernese Group.  Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons

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On Transference with Adriana Passini at Apres-Coup

Dropped on:January 14, 2020
On Transference with Adriana Passini at Apres-Coup

SEMINAR: On Transference with Adriana Passini   The School of Visual Arts 136 West 21st Street, New York, NY This seminar will focus on the particular theoretical and clinical innovations implied by Lacan’s formulation of transference as the enactment of the sexual reality of the unconscious. Returning to Freud, we will accompany Lacan in his articulations of…

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Val d’Isere: The doctor who hid a Jewish girl – and the resort that wants to forget

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Val d’Isere: The doctor who hid a Jewish girl – and the resort that wants to forget

Click Here to Read: Val d’Isere: The doctor who hid a Jewish girl – and the resort that wants to forget on the BBC website on January 5, 2020.
Image:  Ian Gratton from Sutton-n-Craven, North Yorkshire, England.  Public Domain via Wikimedia …

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Freud’s Architecture of Hysteria at IPTAR

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Freud’s Architecture of Hysteria at IPTAR

FREUD’S ARCHITECTURE OF HYSTERIA:  THEN AND NOWTHE PATHWAY TO FEMININE IDENTITY PRESENTERS: Susan N. Finkelstein, LCSW, Maria Teresa Flores, M.D. ,   Masha Mimran, Ph.D. REGISTER  https://iptar.org/event/2-7-fnp-freuds-architecture-of-hysteria-then-and-nowthe-pathway-to-feminine-identity/ Friday Night Papers:  February 7 6-8pm: IPTAR, Conference Room Freud’s hysteria and psychic architecture: démodé or still relevant today?  Then and now, hysterical features and its diagnosis have shifted, from the unearthing of primal Oedipal conflict to include contemporary thinking of…

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‘Three Christs,’ Schizophrenia & Us

Dropped on:January 13, 2020
‘Three Christs,’ Schizophrenia & Us

Click Here to Read: ‘Three Christs,’ Schizophrenia & Us by  Rick Moody in The New York Review of Books Daily on January 12, 2020.

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Theater of Operations: The Gulf Wars 1991–2011

Dropped on:January 13, 2020
Theater of Operations: The Gulf Wars 1991–2011

Click Here to Read: Theater of Operations: The Gulf Wars 1991–2011: As gnificant exhibition at Museum of Modern Art’s contemporary arts center By Clare Hurley on the World Socialist Web Site  on January 13, 2020.
Image: DOD.  Public Domain via Wikimedi…

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Bombshell invents a ruling-class hero

Dropped on:January 12, 2020
Bombshell invents a ruling-class hero

Click Here to Read:  Bombshell invents a ruling-class hero By Erik Schreiber on the World Socialist Web Site on January 11, 2020.

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“On Having Whiteness” with Donald Moss at NYPSI

Dropped on:January 12, 2020
“On Having Whiteness” with Donald Moss at NYPSI

NYPSI The 1041st Scientific Program Meeting: “On Having Whiteness” Tuesday, January 14, 2020 8:00 – 10:00 pm Presenter: Donald Moss, M.D.  Discussant: Dorothy E. Holmes, Ph.D. This presentation will focus on Whiteness as a condition one first acquires and then one has– a malignant, parasitic-like, condition. The condition is malignant because it spreads/metastasizes, targeting an ever-widening sphere of…

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Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy of  Cancer Patients Norman Straker, M.D. at NYPSI

Dropped on:January 9, 2020
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy of  Cancer Patients Norman Straker, M.D. at NYPSI

NYPSI EXTENSION COURSE:    January 16 – 30, 2020 Thursdays, 7:15 – 8:45 pm 3 classes  /  $115 Location: NYPSI (247 East 82nd Street, NYC) To register, click here, visit nypsi.org or call 212-879-6900 NYPSI Extension Course: Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy of Cancer Patients This course will provide the therapist with an introduction to psychoanalytic psychotherapy for cancer patients and their families. The first session…

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Addiction treatment is broken. Here’s what it should look like

Dropped on:January 8, 2020
Addiction treatment is broken. Here’s what it should look like

Click Here to Read:  Addiction treatment is broken. Here’s what it should look like By William Stauffer on the Stat website on January 2, 2020.
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