Forthcoming Psychohistory Forum Work-in-Progress Meetings
Spring 2022: “Heinz Kohut’s Vulnerable Self, His Reaction to the Holocaust, and his Break with the Psychoanalytic Establishment” (Jim Anderson, Phd – Northwestern University and the Chicago Psychoanalytic Institute)
Some Recent Events
April 30, 2022: “Transgenerational Transmission of Trauma and Resilience: What It Has to Do with Psychohistory” (Inna Rozentsvit, MD – Object Relations Institute)
October 31, 2021: “The Episodic Man: Donald Trump” (Dan McAdams, PhD – Northwestern University); “Donald Trump and Stochastic Terrorism” (Denis O’Keefe, PhD – NYU); “Reflections on Biden’s Personality” (Paul H. Elovitz, PhD – Ramapo College)
January 25, 2020: “Trauma Trails from Ireland’s Great Hunger: A Psychoanalytic Inquiry” (Michael O’Loughlin, PhD – Adelphi University)
September 28, 2019: Catalysis: A Recipe to Slow Down or Abort Humankind’s Possessive Need for More (Alice Maher, MD – Psychologist/psychoanalyst; and Ken Fuchsman’s commentary)
April 13, 2019: Erik Erikson: A Retrospective (Professor Lawrence Friedman, PhD – Harvard University), Lincoln Center of Fordham University
March 9, 2019: Beyond Sacred Cows and Scapegoats: Displacement, Ideology, and the Future of Democracy (Brian D’Agostino, PhD – International Psychohistorical Association Past President and Newsletter Editor), Lincoln Center of Fordham University
October 19-20, 2018: 2018 Annual Conference of the APCS (Association for the Psychoanalysis of Culture & Society), “Transformations: Disrupting Dystopian Futures,” New Brunswick, NJ – See information at https://stevenknoblauchphd.com/event/the-annual-conference-of-the-association-for-the-psychoanalysis-of-culture-society/.
October 5-7, 2018: Psychoanalysis in Our Time, in association with the University of Gdansk, Poland. The theme for this symposium will be: “Psychoanalysis, Nationalism and Ideology”. See information at https://psychoanalysisinourtime.wordpress.com/sopot-2018/.
September 9, 2018: Screening of Vamik’s Room by Molly Castelloe at the Freud Museum, London. See information at https://www.freud.org.uk/event/screening-vamiks-room-molly-castelloe/.