Freud/Lacan through Multiple Lenses

Lutecium offers a comprehensive two-year-long Freud/Lacan Seminar series presented as 6 distinct 6-session modules. Lutecium faculty members are closely affiliated with our local psychoanalytic institutions and strive to create an interdisciplinary environment that stimulates critical thinking from participants with diverse backgrounds, including philosophy, mathematics, literature, cultural studies, and psychology. We aim to produce open, robust, and radical discussions. We invite the seams between theory and clinical work into the classroom to spark fresh contributions to our clinical work through social, historical, and political explorations. Winter 2010 (January-March) module will focus on Freud's formulation of neurosis, psychosis, and perversion while Lacan's further elaboration of Freud's work will include an overview of the graph of sexuation, psychotic structure, and family oedipal configurations. Faculty: Marian Joycechild Ph.D., Jeanne Wolff Bernstein, Ph.D., Mary Ewert, D.M.H., & John Gasperoni, Ph.D. 

For more information and to register visit:www.lutecium.us/freudLacanSeminar.html 
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