Psychoanalysis in Our Time 2017 – Psychoanalysis

Страна: Польша

Город: Sopot

Тезисы до: 16.01.2017

Даты: 07.04.17 — 09.04.17

Область наук: Психологические;

Е-мейл Оргкомитета:

Организаторы: Nordic Summer University and the Nordic Council of Ministers


Now in its fourth year – and following the great success of sessions in Copenhagen, Sauðárkrókur, Tallinn, Druskininkai, Gdansk and Orivesi – the Psychoanalysis in Our Time research network is delighted to announce the call for papers for our next event, which will take place on the Baltic coast in Sopot, Poland from 7th to 9th April 2017. The topic for this symposium will be “Psychoanalysis and the Symptom”.

This research initiative funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers aims to initiate and develop trans-disciplinary conversations. We believe in deep and ardent discussions over meals and in sessions. We have recently published our first edited collection stemming from the meetings in Copenhagen and Tallinn, entitled Psychoanalysis and The Unrepresentable: from Culture to the Clinic (Routledge, 2016). We are working on further publications based on our on-going research activities.

The registration fee is £145, or £75 for students. There will be a possibility of a reduced fee for local participants. We will be working in a relatively small group and lunches and coffees will be provided, as well one dinner with wine as part of the registration fee. There will be no parallel sessions. Sopot is a beautiful resort not far from Gdansk.  Our symposium will be held in a hotel next to the beach and the participants will be encouraged to stay in the same hotel where the comfortable rooms will cost about €50 with breakfast.

Possible topics could include (but are not limited to):

    Conversion symptoms, hysteria and the mind-body problem
    Symptoms as “the outcome of a conflict”
    Inhibitions, Symptoms, Anxiety
    The symptom and language: signifier, signification, metaphor and message
    Phobia: symptom or structure?
    From the symptom to the sinthome, the Borromean knot and jouissance
    “Joyce the symptom”, the sinthome and psychosis
    Žižek, enjoying one’s symptom and “permissive biopolitics”
    “How Marx invented the symptom”
    “Woman is a symptom of Man”
    Edelman, queer theory and the “sinthomosexual”
    Deleuzian symptomatology
    Symptomatic readings of texts (psychoanalysis, ideology and the symptom)
    The “symptomatic” place of psychoanalysis in relation to other discourses


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