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ANXIOUS ENCOUNTERS AND FORCES OF FEAR – SPRING SYMPOSIUM IN THE ROOMS OF THE PARIS PSYCHOANALYTIC SOCIETY (SPP),
21 Rue Daviel, 75013, Paris,
March 31st-April 2nd 2017

Programme

(updated October 20th 2016)

FRIDAY 31st

09.00-09.30 Opening address with presentation round

09.30-10.20 PIERRE DE SENARCLENS – The Emotional Aspects of Nationalism and Ethnicity

10.30-11.20 GAIL HAMMILL – With All Due Respect: Fear and the Homosocial Contract in Totem and Taboo

11.30-12.20 LENE AUESTAD – Unconscious Fear, Authoritarianism and Experience

12.30-13.20 ŽELJKA MATIJAŠEVIĆ – Fear, Anxiety, and Terror: A New or the Old Authoritarianism?

13.20-15.00 Lunch

15.00-15.50 PINA ANTINUCCI – Encountering the Uncanny

16.00-16.50 THOMAS JUNG – Scusami, Scusami! When There Is No Name

17.00-17.50 MJ MAHER – Riding the Rumbling Terror of the Mystic Hour

18.00-18.50 ERIN SOROS – Who’s Afraid of Lee Maracle? An Indigenous Author’s Challenge to Freud

SATURDAY 1st

09.00-09.50 JONATHAN SKLAR – Forces of Fear on the Border:  Memory and Trauma in Society

10.00-10.50 FADI ABOU-RIHAN – War Games

11.00-11.50 JIM GRABOWSKI – Department of Abuse and Neglect – A Confusion of the Tongues in Chicago Child Welfare

12.00-12.50 LESLIE GARDNER – The Brutality of ‘Home’

12.50-14.30 Lunch

14.30-15.20 MERSIJA MAGLAJLIC – Celui qui ne peut se server de mots: Dogs are Muslims, too

15.30-16.20 WERNER PRALL –The Were-Wolf is a Fearsome Beast, or: How to Draw a Line under the Human

16.30-17.20 BARIŞ ÜNSAL – Why Can’t We Be Fat and Cheerful? Appearance Anxiety and Gaze of the Other

17.30-18.20 SUE LIEBERMAN – Brexit: A Suitable Case for Treatment?

18.30-19.20 LINDEN WEST – The Case of Brexit: Anxious Encounters and Forces of Fear: A Psychosocial Perspective

(Joint dinner, covered by the organizers, in the evening)

SUNDAY 2nd

09.00-09.50 SCOTT GRAYBOW – Fearing the News: On the Role of Fear in the Social Character of American, White, Working Class Males

10.00-10.50 GILI LIVIATAN – Jocasta’s Reparation: The Feminine Element and the Call for Peace in Cultural Products. A Critical Study of the Psychoanalytic Thought on War and Its Restraint

11.00-11.50 FERENC ERŐS – The Politics of Trauma: From Shell-Shocked Soldiers to Holocaust Survivors

12.00-12.50 JENYU PENG – Encountering State Violence to Re-Create a Collective Identity. Political Trauma, Subjectification, and Space for Alterity

12.50-14.30 Lunch

14.30-15.20 KIRSTEN KLERCKE – The Pervert’s Efficient Avoidance of Anxiety

15.30-16.20 JAY FRANKEL – Clinical Impasse, Political Impasse

16.30-17.20 NAYLA DEBS – Thinking and Being in Times of Change

17.30-18.20 Closing discussion, feedback about the conference

The conference lasts for three full days, from about 9 am until about 6 pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The time frame for each paper is 30 min for the presentation itself + 20 min for discussion, 50 min in total, and with a 10 min break in between each paper. This is an interdisciplinary conference. Perspectives from different psychoanalytic schools will be most welcome. We promote discussion among the presenters and participants; the symposium series creates a space where representatives of different perspectives come together, engage with one another’s contributions and participate in a community of thought. Therefore, attendance of the whole symposium is obligatory. Due to the nature of the forum audio recording is not permitted. This is a relatively small symposium where active participation is encouraged and an enjoyable social atmosphere is sought. A participation fee, which includes a shared dinner with wine, of € 299 before November 15th 2016 – € 377 between November 15th 2016 and January 15th 2017 – € 455 after January 15th, is to be paid before the symposium. Fees must be paid via Picatic (Picatic fees are not included in the price). Your place is only confirmed once your registration including payment is completed.

Unfortunately, we are unable to offer travel grants or other forms of financial assistance for this event, though we will be able to assist you in finding affordable accommodation after January 15th. Please contact us if you wish to make a donation towards the conference. We thank all donors in advance! We would like to thank the Paris Psychoanalytic Society.

Alphabetical list of speakers:

FADI ABOU-RIHAN – War Games (Psychoanalyst, Toronto, Canada)
PINA ANTINUCCI – Encountering the Uncanny (Psychoanalyst, British Psychoanalytical Society, London, UK)
LENE AUESTAD – Unconscious Fear, Authoritarianism and Experience (PhD, prev. Research Fellow, Philosophy, University of Oslo/ Centre for Studies of the Holocaust and Religious Minorities, Norway/ London, UK)
NAYLA DEBS – Thinking and Being in Times of Change (PhD candidate, Psychoanalytic studies, Paris-Diderot University/clinical psychologist, Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, Paris, France)
FERENC ERŐS – The Politics of Trauma: From Shell-Shocked Soldiers to Holocaust Survivors (Professor emeritus, Dep. Of Social Psychology, University of Pécs, Hungary)
JAY FRANKEL – Clinical Impasse, Political Impasse (Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor, Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, New York University, USA)
LESLIE GARDNER – The Brutality of ‘Home’ (PhD, Rhetoric, Fellow of Centre Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Essex, UK)
JIM GRABOWSKI – Department of Abuse and Neglect – A Confusion of the Tongues in Chicago Child Welfare (Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis, Institute for Clinical Social Work, USA)
SCOTT GRAYBOW – Fearing the News: On the Role of Fear in the Social Character of American, White, Working Class Males (Psychoanalytic psychotherapist, adjunct professor, Metropolitan College of New York, USA)
GAIL HAMMILL – With All Due Respect: Fear and the Homosocial Contract in Totem and Taboo (Assistant professor of English, American University in Dubai)
THOMAS JUNG – Scusami, Scusami! When There Is No Name (Psychoanalyst in Training, Group Analyst, Architect, Vienna, Austria)
KIRSTEN KLERCKE – The Pervert’s Efficient Avoidance of Anxiety (Prev. Lecturer, assistant professor, University of Copenhagen, Roskilde University, Denmark)
SUE LIEBERMAN – Brexit: A Suitable Case for Treatment? (Group Analytic psychotherapist, Edinburgh, Scotland/UK)
GILI LIVIATAN – Jocasta’s Reparation: The Feminine Element and the Call for Peace in Cultural Products. A Critical Study of the Psychoanalytic Thought on War and Its Restraint (The Open University of Israel, Teaching faculty, PhD Candidate, The Program for Hermeneutics and Cultural Studies, Bar Ilan university, Israel)
MERSIJA MAGLAJLIC – Celui qui ne peut se server de mots: Dogs are Muslims, too. (Stud., Australian Institute of Professional Councillors, Australia)
MJ MAHER – Riding the Rumbling Terror of The Mystic Hour (Group analyst, London, UK)
ŽELJKA MATIJAŠEVIĆ – Fear, Anxiety, and Terror: A New or the Old Authoritarianism? (Professor, Comparative Literature, Head of the Comparative Literature Department, University of Zagreb, Croatia)
JENYU PENG – Encountering State Violence to Re-Create a Collective Identity. Political Trauma, Subjectification, and Space for Alterity (Institute of Ethnology, Academica Sinica, Taiwan)
WERNER PRALL –The Were-Wolf is a Fearsome Beast, or: How to Draw a Line under the Human (Senior Lecturer, Dep. of Psychoanalysis, Middlesex University, London, UK)
PIERRE DE SENARCLENS – The Emotional Aspects of Nationalism and Ethnicity (Professor emeritus, University of Lausanne, France)
JONATHAN SKLAR – Forces of Fear on the Border:  Memory and Trauma in Society (Training Analyst, British Psychoanalytical Society, London, UK)
ERIN SOROS – Who’s Afraid of Lee Maracle? An Indigenous Author’s Challenge to Freud (Postdoctoral fellow, Toronto, Canada)
BARIŞ ÜNSAL – Why Can’t We Be Fat and Cheerful? Appearance Anxiety and Gaze of the Other (Stud. Psychology, Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey)
LINDEN WEST – The Case of Brexit: Anxious Encounters and Forces of Fear: A Psychosocial Perspective, (Professor, Faculty of Education, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK)

 

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