IARPP Colloquia are membership-wide online discussions of selected paper(s) or book chapter(s). Offered 2x/year to the entire IARPP membership, each colloquium features an international panel of psychoanalytic scholars who begin the discussion. Then conversation is opened up to the entire IARPP membership, fostering the exchange of ideas, information, perspectives throughout the world.
Most Recent Colloquium
"Examining the Value of Comparative Thinking: Steven Mitchell on Varieties of Interaction in Psychoanalysis"
Paper: Chapter from "Influence and Autonomy in Psychoanalysis"
Author: Stephen Mitchell
Dates: Monday, May 12 - Sunday, May 25 , 2014
Moderators: Steven Knoblauch and Alejandro Avila Espada
Panel: Dana Amir (Israel), Roberto Arendar (Argentina), Lewis Aron (USA), Tony Bass (USA), Emanuel Berman (Israel), Ken Corbett (USA), Jody Davies (USA), Nino Dazzi (Italy), Maria Eugenia Boetsch (Chile), Francisco Gonzalez (USA), Adrienne Harris (USA), Ariel Liberman (Spain), Gianni Nebbiosi (Italy), Alejandra Plaza (Mexico), Andre Sassenfeld (Chile)
All past IARPP Online Colloquium events - i.e. complete discussions and related papers - are available to IARPP members in the IARPP Colloquium Archive. You must have a password to access this section.
IARPP Web Seminars are smaller group discussions on selected paper(s) or book chapter(s). Currently limited to 75 participants, web seminars provide a great opportunity for personal contact and open exchange among participants, along with facilitating a sense of shared participation and joint activity. Although most are held in English, select webinars have been offered in Spanish and Italian.
The IARPP webinar series is provided as a benefit of IARPP membership.
Find out more on how to participate, and see a list of upcoming and past webinars on the Webinar page.
Psychoanalytic Dialogues Archive
All IARPP members receive a subscription of Psychoanalytic Dialogues (6 issues/year) which includes FREE Online Access to all current & past issues of Psychoanalytic Dialogues.
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