Psychoanalytic Studies

METAMORPHOSIS DESIGN

Psychoanalytic Studies is a vibrant interdisciplinary field that has grown dramatically over the past 30 years, connecting psychoanalytic theories and techniques of the unconscious and the dynamic affective dimension of human subjectivity to fields as diverse as film theory, cultural studies, aesthetics, literary criticism, ecology, gender studies, social and political theory, and philosophy. As well as providing psychoanalytical insights into these domains, allowing fresh and creative perspectives, psychoanalytic studies opens up psychoanalysis to a broader world, exploring these wider social impacts on the psyche and on psychoanalysis itself. Below are the websites for the courses taught by Dr Joseph Dodd, PhD at the Prague Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies (PCPS), at the Charles University's CIEE Study Centre, the University of New York in Prague, and the Anglo-American University. Included are powerpoint presentations, readings, video, audio, and additional resources for the courses: Psychoanalysis and Society, Psychoanalysis and Art,Screening Desire, Projecting Anxiety: Psychoanalysis and Film, Neuropsychoanalysis, and Ecopsychoanalysis: Rethinking Nature, Psyche and Society. More courses and more teachers are due to be added to the materials at the PCPS. See this page for updates.

NEW! Summer Courses: Courses are being offered this summer, 2015 at the Prague Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies. All those interested should contact dodds [at] psychoanalysis.cz.

Update: Following the end of Spring 2015, these courses will no longer be offered by Dr Dodds at the CIEE Study Centre in Prague. Anyone using these materials from this programme, including the courses and syllabi developed, will be violating the terms of this website. If you were given a username and password by someone other than Dr Dodds please contact me immediatel at dodds [at] psychoanalysis.cz

 

 

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