The series of events which constituted ‘The Klein-Lacan Dialogues’ were a unique attempt to bring together psychoanalytic practitioners from different schools to engage with each other’s ideas in a serious way. The second book in the series has just been published. Chair of the Freud Museum, Dany Nobus, says:
This new collection of Klein-Lacan dialogues succeeds wonderfully in making rigid theoretical and clinical boundaries more permeable, not with a view to re-unifying two major strands of thought in contemporary psychoanalysis, but in an attempt to show how Klein was to some extent always already a proto-Lacanian, how Lacan borrowed more from Klein than he and his followers have been prepared to admit, and how both were essentially driven by the same clinical concerns.
The event will be in the form of a panel discussion between some of the distinguished contributors to the original debates and the subsequent book, to be followed by a drinks reception and launch at the Freud Museum.
Julia Borossa PhD, Director and leader of Postgraduate programmes Middlesex University Centre fpr Psychoanalytic Studies.
Ronald Britton MD former President of British Psychoanalytic Society.
Bernard Burgoyne PhD Emeritus Professor, founder and Director of Middlesex University Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies.
Claire Pajaczkowska PhD Senior Research Tutor, Royal College of Art.
Catalina Bronstein MD Visiting professor, Psychoanalysis Unit, University College London.
Fellow, British Psychoanalytical Society
7-30pm – 9pm
Reception to launch The New Klein-Lacan Dialogues
Julia Borossa, Catalina Bronstein and Claire Pajaczkowska (eds.)
Karnac Books, London, 2015
|Duration||29 June 2016 - 29 June 2016|
|Times||Panel 6-7.30pm, reception 7.30-9pm|
|Cost||Tickets: £10 / £7 concessions or Friends of the Museum, includes reception|
|Venue||Freud Museum London|
|Address||20 Maresfield gardens London NW3 5SX, ,|
|Contact||020 7435 2002 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.freud.org.uk|