mardi 18 décembre 2018

Le séminaire Richardson d'histoire de la psychiatrie

The Richardson History of Psychiatry Research Seminar (2019)

During the Spring of 2019 the Richardson History of Psychiatry Research Seminar will be held. It convenes on the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays from September through May. 2:00 PM Baker Tower Conference Room F-1200. The schedule is as follows:

January 2
Helen Tyson, Ph.D., University of Sussex, Stevens-Barchas Lecture, “Forebodings about fascism: Marion Milner and Virginia Woolf”

January 16
Bican Polat, Ph.D., Tsinghua University, Beijing, “Before Attachment Theory: Genealogy of a Psychological Concept”

January 30
Issues in Mental Health Policy

February 6
Kathryn Tabb, Ph.D., Columbia University, “Associationism and Psychopathology from Locke to Darwin”

February 20
Stefania Pandolfo, University of California Berkeley, TBD

March 6
Lois Oppenheim, Ph.D., Montclair State University, Esman Lecture, “Resisting Representation: A Psychoanalytic Consideration of Form and Formlessness in the Work of Agnes Martin”

March 20
Chiara Thumiger, Ph.D., University of Warwick, “Phrenitis and the Localisation of Mental Pathology: The Ancient Roots of a Key Topic in the History of Psychiatry”

April 3
Cornelius Borck, M.D., Ph.D., University of Lübeck Germany, “Brainstorms and Brainwaves: On the Cultures of Visualizing Brain Activity”

April 17
Youval Rotman, Ph.D., Tel Aviv University, “Relational Perceptions of the Psyche: History-Psychology-Anthropology”

May 1
Lucy Bergeret, doctoral candidate, Johns Hopkins University, “Im-possibile Separations: Hypnotism and the Birth of Psychoanalysis”

May 15
Siep Stuurman, Ph.D., Utrecht University, Eric T. Carlson Memorial Lecture: Grand Rounds, Uris Auditorium, “Paradoxes of Equality and Common Humanity from the Enlightenment to the Present Time”

Richardson Seminar,Room F1190, “Global Intellectual History: Why, What, and How?”

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