Emily Kuriloff (USA)
For most of the twentieth century, Jewish and/or politically leftist European psychoanalysts rarely linked their personal trauma history to their professional lives, for they hoped their theory—their Truth—would transcend subjectivity and achieve a universality not unlike the advances in the “hard” sciences. Contemporary Psychoanalysis and the Legacy of the Third Reich confronts the ways in which previously avoided persecution, expulsion, loss, and displacement before, during, and after the Holocaust shaped what was, and is, psychoanalysis.
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The author will be presenting sections of the book as the keynote speaker at NAAP’s annual conference on November 15 in NYC: http://naap.org/website/annual-conference