Click Here to Read: Filmography of Alfred Hitchcock on the Wikipedia website.
Archive for October, 2012
Click Here to Read: Global Warming Systemically Caused Hurricane Sandy By George Lakoff, Reader Supported News October 30, 2012.
Click Here to Read: IPA Committee for the Evaluation of Research Proposals Applications Open 2012-2013.
Click Here to Read: Doctor Freud is in the House By Eric Olson on the INC now website on October 30, 2012.
Click Here to View: All You Fascists Bound To Lose by Woody Guthrie on YouTube.
N. Szajnberg, MD Managing Editor
Barzun once co-taught with Lionel Trilling at Columbia, a remarkable setting for twin-diamond brilliance that van Cleef and Arpel’s could almost duplicate.
His last book was a sweeping overview of the West’s rise, in particular, it’s strength in its mongrelism of cultures. But, he worried that we are seeing our civilzation in decline in part because of built-in dualism of how we envy what we renounce (what analysts would call ambivalence) and that we are lured by rebellion (sometimes the emptiest of rebellion, such as James Dean’s Rebel
without a Cause) (more…)
Click Here to Read: Can Neuroscience Challenge Roe V. Wade? By William Egginton in The New York Times on October 28, 2012.
Click Here to Read: Brain Scans Used To Determine Content Of Dreams on the Red Orbit website on October 28, 2012.
Click Here to Read: The Art Of Sleeping With The Enemy by Dr. Peggy Drexler on the Huffington Post website on October 27, 2012
The Biography of Sigmund Freud Part 1 of 5 on YouTube had been removed by the user do to copyright issues.
Click Here to View: The Biography of Sigmund Freud Part 2 of 5 on YouTube.
Click Here to View: The Biography of Sigmund Freud Part 3 of 5 on YouTube.
Click Here to View: The Biography of Sigmund Freud Part 4 of 5 on YouTube.
Click Here to View: The Biography of Sigmund Freud Part 5 of 5 on YouTube.
Click Here to Read: What’s the difference between these two brains?
They both belong to three-year-olds, so why is one so much bigger? Because one was loved by its parents and the other neglected – a fact that has dramatic implications By Alasdair Palmer on the Telegraph.ul website on October 28, 2012.
Click Here to Read: How Intentions And Identity Can Help You Make The Most of Business Cards by Todd Essig on the Forbes Magazine website on October 28, 2012.
Click Here to Read: Susie Boyt: ‘I’m very Freudian in the way I look at things’. The British writer talks about her new novel, a psychological drama set in a nursery school, Interview by Lucy Scholes on The Observer website on October 27, 2012 .
Wwhether you are concerned about Hurricane Sandy, the nat’l elections or current pertinent issues issues in our psychoanalytic world, all of which are clearly uncertain, please take time out to read the international psychoanalytic website posts for this week to keep you informed.
My suggestions this week include:
1) 2 posts in the ANNOUNCEMENTS on trauma:
Click Here to Read: Rise of the Tiger Nation: Asian-Americans are now the country’s best-educated, highest-earning and fastest-growing racial group. They share with American Jews both the distinction and the occasional burden of immigrant success Lee Siegel in the Wall Street Journal on October 27, 2012.
Click Here to View: Richard Heffner’s Interview with Robert Michels on October 23rd on Heffner’s Open Mind website.
Click here to read about NYU’s panel discussion, War, Trauma and Public Art, taking place on November 1, 2012 and 7 PM. The panel discussion commemorates Veterans Day and celebrates Krzysztof Wodiczko’s Abraham Lincoln: War Veteran Projection (in Union Square Park, November 8th through December 9th).
Click here to read “DEPTH OF FIELD: Thomas Struth’s way of seeing” by Janet Malcolm from The New Yorker on September 26, 2011.
Thomas Struth’s large-scale portrait of Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh, taken at Windsor Castle, was commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery in London, for an exhibition of paintings and photographs of the Queen commemorating her Diamond Jubilee, next year. When Struth was approached, he wondered, “Would I be able to say something new about people like this?”
Click here to access the table of content to a special issue of The Psychoanalytic Review, “On the Frontiers of Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience: Essays in Honor of Eric R. Kandel.”