Tag Archives: psychoanalysis

Antisemitism and Racism

By | August 29, 2023

Both antisemitism and anti-black racism have been rearing their ugly heads in recent years, especially in America and Europe. Although people often tend to think of antisemitism as separate from other forms of racism, they clearly go together. Antisemitism often lurks behind anti-black and anti-Muslim racism, for example, through the idea that Jews are somehow… Read More »

Q&A with Clint Burnham

By | June 20, 2018

Clint Burnham answered a few questions for us about his new book in the Psychoanalytic Horizons series, Does the Internet Have an Unconscious? How would you describe your book in one sentence? We can only understand the internet by thinking about it psychoanalytically: in terms of our desires, anxieties, enjoyment, and repression. What drew to… Read More »

Q&A with Madelon Sprengnether

By | February 8, 2018

Madelon Sprengnether answered a few questions for us about her new book Mourning Freud, the first volume in the new series Psychoanalytic Horizons.  1) How would you describe your book in one sentence? The title reads two ways: Mourning Freud analyses Freud’s experiences and theories of mourning as a basis for exploring the preoedipal turn… Read More »