Archive for the 'Obituaries' Category
Click Here to Read: Peter Gay, Historian Who Explored Social History of Ideas, Dies at 91 By William Grimes in The New York Times on May 12, 2015.
Click Here to Read: Theodore B. Cohen, 92, of Narberth, psychoanalyst by Bonnie L. Cook Philadelphia Inquirer on April 28, 2015.
Click Here to Read: Ann Appelbaum: Paid Notice: Deaths Notice in the New York Times on March 13, 2015.
Click Here to Read: Brantley vs. Shaw: In the Matter of Mrs. Warren’s Profession by Ann Appelbaum on this Website.
Click Here to Read: Review of Latency by Charles Sarnoff, Reviewed by Ann Appelbaum, in Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic Volume 42, #2 March 1978
Click Here to Read: Robert Langs on the Wikipedia website.
Click Here to Read: Psychoanalysis and Science: Some Unrecognized But Critical Considerations by Robert Langs, M.D.
Click Here to Read: Psychoanalysts on the Couch: Evolved Archetypal Sources of Analytic Intransigence by Robert Lang.
LEONARD NIMOY: 1931-2015
Leonard Nimoy had enjoyed reasonable success before taking on the role of Lieutenant Commander Spock, the Vulcan science officer of Star Trek’s USS Enterprise. Nimoy’s performance in the 1964 pilot was not particularly auspicious, chiefly because of inauspicious scripting.. He played a minor role, and few of Spock’s famous signatures were evident except for his oversized elfin ears. (more…)
by Lawrence L. Schwartz
In honor of the passing of Fred Sander, one IPBooks’ first and favorite authors, We would like to again feature his book, Created in Our Own Images.com.
My own personal contact with Fred spanned the better part of a year in 2010 as the production manager and typesetter for this book. I found him always to be warm, enthusiastic, and welcoming with a fun-loving spirit, and open to discussing ideas as we shared several articles and links along the way–and some long phone conversations–whether relating tangentially to the book, or at times just for fun.
This book brought to light a long-forgotten comedy by W.S. Gilbert (of Gilbert & Sullivan fame) not published or produced since 1898, namely . . .
Click Here to Read: Leonard Nimoy’s Mame-loshn: A Yiddish Story on the Yiddish Book Center website.
Click Here to Read: Pearl King obituary: Psychoanalyst who was able to free individuals and institutions from conflict by Ken Robinson on The Guardian Website on February 5, 2015.
Click Here to Read: Psychology Sunday: Martin Bergmann on this webs
Click Here to Read: Martin Bergmann Memorial 3-9-2014 on this website.
Click Here to Read: A Note by Michael Bergmann about the year since his father’s passing.
Click Here to Read: Stephen Freud, the ‘forgotten’ brother of Lucian and Clement, dies aged 93: Less well-known sibling, who was also a grandson of Sigmund Freud, ran an ironmongery business and enjoyed horseracing By David Barrett on the Telegraph website on January 8, 2015.
tephen Freud, the brother of Lucian and Clement Freud, and grandson of Sigmund Freud, pictured at home in Chiswick, London in 2008 Photo: Oli Scarff/The Telegraph
Click Here to Read: Singer Joe Cocker: 1944-2014 By James Brewer on the World Socialist Web Site on January 3, 2015.
Cocker in the 1970s
Click Here to Read: Robert S. Wallerstein on Wikipedia.
Click Here to Read: On Robert Wallerstein from the IPA and Amy Wallerstein.
Click Here to Read: Robert Wallerstein, President of the IPA 1985 – 1989 on this website.
Click Here to Read: Merton Gill, Psychotherapy, and Psychoanalysis: A Personal Dialogue by Robert R. Wallerstein on this website.
Click Here to Read: Israel Zamir, a Man Who Was Far More Than Isaac Bashevis Singer’s Son Remembering the Life of a Yiddish Superstar Scion By Benjamin Ivry on The Forward Website on December 06, 2014,
Click Here to Read: Behind the Urbane Wit, a Crackling Fervor for His Art Ben Brantley on Mike Nichols By Ben Brantley in The New York Times on November. 20, 2014.
Click Here to Read: Mike Nichols, Urbane Director Loved by Crowds and Critics, Dies at 83 By Bruce Weber in The New York Times on November 20, 2014.
Click Here to Read: Alexander Grothendieck, Math Enigma, Dies at 86 By Bruce Weber and Julie Rehmeyer in The New York Times on November. 14, 2014.