The Transnational Unconscious: Essays In The History Of Psychoanalysis And Transnationalism by J. DamousiThe Transnational Unconscious: Essays In The History Of Psychoanalysis And Transnationalism by J. Damousi

The Transnational Unconscious: Essays In The History Of Psychoanalysis And Transnationalism

byJ. DamousiEditorM. Plotkin

Hardcover | December 11, 2008

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This collection of essays approaches the history of psychoanalysis from a transnational perspective, emphasizing the flows of people, ideas and institution across cultures and nations, and examining the factors that contributed to turn psychoanalysis into one of the systems of beliefs that defined the Twentieth century.
JOY DAMOUSI is Profesor of History and Head of the School of Historical Studies at the University of Melbourne, Australia. She has published widely in the fields of feminist history, women's history, labour history and Australian cultural and intellectual history. Her recent publications include the prize-winningFreud in the Antipodes:...
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Title:The Transnational Unconscious: Essays In The History Of Psychoanalysis And TransnationalismFormat:HardcoverDimensions:264 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.91 inPublished:December 11, 2008Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230516777

ISBN - 13:9780230516779

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Table of Contents

Introduction; J.Damousi and M.Plotkin PART I: PSYCHOANALYSIS AND TRANSNATIONAL MODERNISM Three Roads from Vienna: Psychoanalysis, Modernism and Social Welfare; E.A. Danto Beyond the Blues: Richard Wright, Psychoanalysis, and the Modern Idea of Culture; E.Zarestsky PART II: PSYCHOANALYSIS AND TRANSNATIONAL POLITICS Primitivity, Animism and Psychoanalysis: European visions of the Native 'Soul' in the Dutch East Indies, 1900-1949; F.Gouda Fascism Becomes Desire: On Freud, Mussolini and Transnational Politics; F.Finchelstein PART III: THE TRANSNATIONAL DIFFUSION OF PSYCHOANALYSIS The Travelling Psychoanalyst: Andrew Peto and Transnational Explorations of Psychoanalysis in Budapest, Sydney and New York; J.Damousi Psychoanalysis, Transnationalism and National Habitus: A Comparative Approach to the Reception of Psychoanalysis in Argentina and Brazil' (1910s-1940s); M.B.Plotkin PART IV: CHALLENGING CENTRE AND PERIPHERY Paris-London-Buenos Aires: the Adventures of Kleinian Psychoanalysis between Europe and South America; A.Dagfal The Lacanian movement in Argentina and Brazil: the periphery becomes the center; J.Russo Origin stories, invention of genealogies and the early diffusion of Lacanian psychoanalysis in Argentina and Spain (1960-1980); S.Visacovsky