The Maudsley Lectures in Psychoanalysis are a series of Institute of Psychoanalysis talks exploring the application of psychoanalytic concepts to clinical work and beyond.
This Summer term focuses on The Arts and Psychoanalysis: taking a psychoanalytic lens to a range of areas in the arts - music, sculpture, poetry, film, drama…
Some lectures are available as recordings for 48 hours (9th May, 16th May, 23rd May, 6th June, 13th June, 20th June, 27th June, 4th July & 11th July)
They are open to everyone and of particular interest to clinicians working in child and adult psychiatry, psychology, psychoanalysis, child and adult psychotherapy, nursing and other areas of mental health and those working in the arts and academia.
- Lectures are on Monday from 7:00pm to 8:30pm
- Hybrid event - 30 places available at 10 Windsor Walk SE5 8BB and online via Zoom.
- Each lecture lasts for about 45 minutes followed by time for discussion and contributions from the audience.
The speakers will be in dialogue with psychoanalysts: Anne Patterson, Emma Staples Hotopf
Concession ticket prices are for students and unwaged/low income. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are unsure if you qualify for a concession ticket.
The full series and individual lectures are available to book. Registration for the full series will close at 6.00pm on Monday 9th May.
You can register for individual lectures in this series. However, we recommend you book to attend the full series.
To book individual lectures, please click the link to the lecture below:
9th May | Hope and its vicissitudes: a dialogue between film and psychoanalysis - Anne Patterson and Katalin Lanczi (Recording available for the following 48 hours to all registered participants)
16th May | The Singing Detective: A place in the mind - David Bell (Recording available for the following 48 hours to all registered participants)
23rd May | Women in the shadows of psychoanalysis: Lou Andreas-Salomé, Sabina Spielrein, and Joan Riviere - Catherine Humble (Recording available for the following 48 hours to all registered participants)
6th June | Picturing Oedipus: Ingres, Bacon, Freud - Adele Tutter (Recording available for the following 48 hours to all registered participants)
13th June | 'Mourning terminable and interminable: Loss, mourning and creativity in Virginia Woolf's work' - Liz Allison (Recording available for the following 48 hours to all registered participants)
20th June | How many children had Lady Macbeth?: Putting the documentary-film protagonist on the analytic couch - Bruce Eadie (Recording available for the following 48 hours to all registered participants)
27th June | Mourning processes and the theme of loyalty and infidelity in The Divine Comedy and in a clinical illustration. - Giovanna Di Ceglie (Recording available for the following 48 hours to all registered participants)
4th July | Dante's Allegorical Vision and the Structure of Ethics - David Black (Recording available for the following 48 hours to all registered participants)
11th July | The poetic dynamics of the enactment of trauma in the work of Charles Simic: Non-linear temporality and conceptual enactment. - Susanne Lansman (Recording available for the following 48 hours to all registered participants)
18th July | Composition at a critical time: Debussy, Chopin and Rachmaninov Piano and cello recital - with psychoanalytic perspectives. - Ann Sloboda
REFUND POLICY: Tickets are fully refundable until 14 days before the lecture, after which time no refunds will be issued. For full series bookings, tickets are fully refundable 14 days before the first lecture in the series.
Views and opinions expressed by speakers are their own and do not represent the views or opinions of the Institute, event organisers or other speakers. We expect delegates to respect the confidentiality of clinical material discussed in our events. The content must not be recorded, conveyed or disseminated in any format and participants must not share access to the event with non-registered participants.
|Maudsley - Arts and Psychoanalysis 2022|
|In Person - Standard||£ 220.00|
|In Person - Concession||£ 140.00|
|Online only - Standard||£ 220.00|
|Online only - Concession||£ 140.00|