The Political Mind Individual Seminars 2018

 

Tuesday evenings from 1 May to 17 July 2018

8.15-9.45pm

at the Institute of Psychoanalysis

                                   

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May 1st, 2018 8:15 PM   through   July 17th, 2018 9:45 PM
Sigmund Freud Lecture Hall, Institute of Psychoanalysis
112a Shirland Road
London W9 2BT
United Kingdom

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Political Minds 2018 Tickets
1 May - Prof Cathy Bronstein: Working in fear: Psychoanalysis in complex politic environments £ 20.00
8 May - Dr Tomasz Fortuna: Notes from the inside and from the outside: Diversity in the intrapsychic and socio-political context £ 20.00
15 May - Prof Michael Rustin: Epistemic anxiety in education and society £ 20.00
22 May - Dr David Bell: Neoliberalism is bad for your Mental Healthe Climate change in a culture of uncare. £ 20.00
29 May - Dr Jonathan Sklar: Hatred and racism: Evocations of the Confederacy in today’s America £ 20.00
5 June - Prof Stephen Frosh: Post-memory and the politics of trauma £ 20.00
12 June - Prof Josh Cohen: The psychopolitics of Non-Work £ 20.00
19 June - Fakhry Davids: Further thoughts: Psychoanalysis and Israel-Palestine; a personal angle £ 20.00
26 June - Prof Jaqueline Rose: The legacy: Political protest and the denial of history- Fear of Strangers: whose home is it? £ 20.00
3 July - Philip Stokoe: Where have all the adults gone? The search continues: Further thoughts about the struggle to face reality £ 20.00
10 July - Dr Roger Kennedy: Tolerating strangers: Is a respectful and human world possible in intolerant times? £ 20.00
17 July - Sally Weintrobe: Climate change and Neoliberal exceptionalism £ 20.00