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The Freud Museum, at 20 Maresfield Gardens in London, was the home of Sigmund Freud and his family when they escaped Austria following the Nazi annexation in 1938. It houses his intriguing study, his extraordinary collection of antiquities, and his world-famous psychoanalytic couch. The Museum is committed to making recordings of all its public events available online, free of charge. For more information please visit www.freud.org.uk.

The Freud Museum, at 20 Maresfield Gardens in London, was the home of Sigmund Freud and his family when they escaped Austria following the Nazi annexation in 1938. It houses his intriguing study, his extraordinary collection of antiquities, and his world-famous psychoanalytic couch. The Museum is committed to making recordings of all its public events available online, free of charge. For more information please visit www.freud.org.uk.
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The Freud Museum, at 20 Maresfield Gardens in London, was the home of Sigmund Freud and his family when they escaped Austria following the Nazi annexation in 1938. It houses his intriguing study, his extraordinary collection of antiquities, and his world-famous psychoanalytic couch. The Museum is committed to making recordings of all its public events available online, free of charge. For more information please visit www.freud.org.uk.

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Conference: Solitary Pleasures in art and psychoanalysis- Open discussion end of session 4

6/15/2018
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Open Discussion Solitary Pleasures in art and psychoanalysis is a day-long conference to accompany Solitary Pleasures, a group exhibition at the Freud Museum. The conference, like the exhibition, reveals masturbation as a topic that can transform our understanding of human subjectivity and sexuality. Perhaps the most common form of human eroticism, it is also one of the least theorised. The conference will explore our complex sexual, erotic, and intimate encounters with ourselves and one...

Duration:00:11:54

Conference: Solitary Pleasures in art and psychoanalysis- Open discussion end of session 1

6/15/2018
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Open Discussion Solitary Pleasures in art and psychoanalysis is a day-long conference to accompany Solitary Pleasures, a group exhibition at the Freud Museum. The conference, like the exhibition, reveals masturbation as a topic that can transform our understanding of human subjectivity and sexuality. Perhaps the most common form of human eroticism, it is also one of the least theorised. The conference will explore our complex sexual, erotic, and intimate encounters with ourselves and one...

Duration:00:22:06

Conference: Solitary Pleasures in art and psychoanalysis- Florence Schechter

6/15/2018
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Florence Schechter Why The World Needs A Vagina Museum There is a penis museum in Iceland, but no vagina equivalent anywhere in the world. Florence discusses her experience in why she chose to set up the world’s first bricks and mortar vagina museum and the strange reactions she’s got along the way. Florence Schechter is a Science Communicator and Director of The Vagina Museum. Solitary Pleasures in art and psychoanalysis is a day-long conference to accompany Solitary Pleasures, a...

Duration:00:22:40

Conference: Solitary Pleasures in art and psychoanalysis- Johnny Golding

6/15/2018
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Prof. Johnny Golding is Professor of Philosophy & Fine Art at the RCA where she leads the PhD Research Group ‘Entanglement’. Internationally renowned for her philosophy-poetic enactments and sound-scape exhibitions, her research covers the entangled dimensionalities of Radical Matter, an intra-disciplinary arena of art, philosophy and the wild sciences. Solitary Pleasures in art and psychoanalysis is a day-long conference to accompany Solitary Pleasures, a group exhibition at the Freud...

Duration:00:14:47

Conference: Solitary Pleasures in art and psychoanalysis- Ivan Ward

6/15/2018
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Ivan Ward Whacking and Strumming: A Freudian Perspective Freud called it the ‘primal addiction’, but is there a more positive way of looking at masturbation from a Freudian perspective? Ivan Ward is Deputy Director and Head of Learning at the Freud Museum London and manager of the museum’s conference programme. He is the author of a number of books and papers on psychoanalytic theory and on the applications of psychoanalysis to social and cultural issues. His latest publication is...

Duration:00:13:04

Conference: What Might Clinical Psychoanalysis Learn from Queer Theories of Sexuality?

5/17/2018
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Opening remarks from Dr Noreen Giffney and Eve Watson

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Conference: What might Clinical Psychoanalysis Learn from Queer Theories of Sexuality?

4/20/2018
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Introductory Remarks Dr Noreen Giffney is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist in private practice, and Lecturer in Counselling in the School of Communication & Media at Ulster University. She has published extensively in the fields of psychoanalysis, psychosocial studies, and cultural studies, including the books: Twenty-First Century Lesbian Studies (2007); Queering the Non/Human (2008); The Ashgate Research Companion to Queer Theory (2009); The Lesbian Premodern What Might Clinical...

Duration:00:01:34

Conference: What Might Clinical Psychoanalysis Learn from Queer Theories of Sexuality?

4/13/2018
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Sasha Roseneil SESSION 2: What Might Clinical Psychoanalysis Learn from Queer Theories of Sexuality? Session two begins by talking about the Introduction (by Noreen) and Afterword (by Eve) to Clinical Encounters in Sexuality, before broadening out the discussion to consider the ways in which queer theories of sexuality might enrich and enliven clinical psychoanalytic considerations of sexuality. The session begins with four brief, informal responses (10 mins each), followed by discussion...

Duration:00:15:30

Conference: What Might Clinical Psychoanalysis Learn from Queer Theories of Sexuality?

4/13/2018
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Professor Caroline Bainbridge SESSION 1: Theories of Sexuality 113 Years after Freud’s ‘Three Essays’ Session one considers the continued importance and influence of Freud’s ‘Three Essays’ for contemporary considerations of sexuality, as well as more recent contributions by writers working in clinical contexts and academia. The session begins with four brief, informal responses (10 mins each) to Freud’s ‘Three Essays’, followed by discussion with delegates. Professor Caroline Bainbridge...

Duration:00:08:03

Conference: What Might Clinical Psychoanalysis Learn from Queer Theories of Sexuality?

4/13/2018
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Mr David RICHARDS SESSION 2: What Might Clinical Psychoanalysis Learn from Queer Theories of Sexuality? Session two begins by talking about the Introduction (by Noreen) and Afterword (by Eve) to Clinical Encounters in Sexuality, before broadening out the discussion to consider the ways in which queer theories of sexuality might enrich and enliven clinical psychoanalytic considerations of sexuality. The session begins with four bri [...]

Duration:00:08:00

Conference: What Might Clinical Psychoanalysis Learn from Queer Theories of Sexuality?

4/13/2018
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Dr Fintan Walsh SESSION 1: Theories of Sexuality 113 Years after Freud’s ‘Three Essays’ Description: Session one considers the continued importance and influence of Freud’s ‘Three Essays’ for contemporary considerations of sexuality, as well as more recent contributions by writers working in clinical contexts and academia. The session begins with four brief, informal responses (10 mins each) to Freud’s ‘Three Essays’, followed by discussion with delegates. Dr Fintan Walsh is Reader in...

Duration:00:08:37

Conference: What Might Clinical Psychoanalysis Learn from Queer Theories of Sexuality?

4/13/2018
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Ms Karla Black SESSION 3: ‘Experience’ & ‘Encounter’ in Practice & Theory Session three begins with each discussant giving a brief, informal talk (10 mins each) on the speaker’s understanding of the two terms ‘experience’ and ‘encounter’ based on the discussant’s practice as a clinician and/or an artist and/or a theorist. ‘Experience’ and ‘encounter’ are two central concepts underpinning the book Clinical Encounters in Sexuality. Ms Karla Black is a visual artist from Scotland. She was...

Duration:00:13:00

Conference: What Might Clinical Psychoanalysis Learn from Queer Theories of Sexuality?

4/13/2018
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Dr Olga Cox Cameron SESSION 1: Theories of Sexuality 113 Years after Freud’s ‘Three Essays’ Description: Session one considers the continued importance and influence of Freud’s ‘Three Essays’ for contemporary considerations of sexuality, as well as more recent contributions by writers working in clinical contexts and academia. The session begins with four brief, informal responses (10 mins each) to Freud’s ‘Three Essays’, followed by discussion with delegates. Dr Olga Cox Cameron is a...

Duration:00:09:57

Conference: What Might Clinical Psychoanalysis Learn from Queer Theories of Sexuality?

4/13/2018
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DR Meg-John Barker SESSION 2: What Might Clinical Psychoanalysis Learn from Queer Theories of Sexuality? Session two begins by talking about the Introduction (by Noreen) and Afterword (by Eve) to Clinical Encounters in Sexuality, before broadening out the discussion to consider the ways in which queer theories of sexuality might enrich and enliven clinical psychoanalytic considerations of sexuality. The session begins with four brief, informal responses (10 mins each), followed by...

Duration:00:08:21

Conference: What Might Clinical Psychoanalysis Learn from Queer Theories of Sexuality?

4/13/2018
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Dr Lisa Baraitser SESSION 3: ‘Experience’ & ‘Encounter’ in Practice & Theory Session three begins with each discussant giving a brief, informal talk (10 mins each) on the speaker’s understanding of the two terms ‘experience’ and ‘encounter’ based on the discussant’s practice as a clinician and/or an artist and/or a theorist. ‘Experience’ and ‘encounter’ are two central concepts underpinning the book Clinical Encounters in Sexuality. Dr Lisa Baraitser is Reader in Psychosocial Studies in...

Duration:00:14:36

Conference: What Might Clinical Psychoanalysis Learn from Queer Theories of Sexuality?

4/13/2018
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Dr Ona Nierenberg SESSION 1: Theories of Sexuality 113 Years after Freud’s ‘Three Essays’ Session one considers the continued importance and influence of Freud’s ‘Three Essays’ for contemporary considerations of sexuality, as well as more recent contributions by writers working in clinical contexts and academia. The session begins with four brief, informal responses (10 mins each) to Freud’s ‘Three Essays’, followed by discussion with delegates. Dr Ona Nierenberg is a psychoanalyst in...

Duration:00:11:05

Conference: What Might Clinical Psychoanalysis Learn from Queer Theories of Sexuality?

4/13/2018
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Raluca Soreanu SESSION 2: What Might Clinical Psychoanalysis Learn from Queer Theories of Sexuality? Session two begins by talking about the Introduction (by Noreen) and Afterword (by Eve) to Clinical Encounters in Sexuality, before broadening out the discussion to consider the ways in which queer theories of sexuality might enrich and enliven clinical psychoanalytic considerations of sexuality. The session begins with four brief, informal responses (10 mins each), followed by discussion...

Duration:00:12:49

Conference: Mourning and Melancholia

1/19/2018
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Jonathan Sklar Thinking on the Border - Memory and the Trauma in Society How does an individual human being return from the far reaches of certain terrible experiences? From the trenches of the Somme. From the sewers of the Warsaw Ghetto. From cities bombed to oblivion such as Dresden, Coventry or the Atomic destruction of Nagasaki and Hiroshima. To the random bombings around the World today and attacks on the meaning of life, or mass movements of people risking death to escape violence...

Duration:00:44:45

Conference: Mourning and Melancholia

1/19/2018
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Olivia Humphreys Oneironauts - the Dream Travellers Synopsis In the ten years since she died, my mother has made regular appearances in my dreams. ‘Oneironauts - the Dream Travellers’ considers how these ‘meetings’ between us have changed over time. Olivia Humphreys is a radio producer and documentary filmmaker living in London. Her radio work has been broadcast on BBC Radio 4, BBC World Service, WNYC and ABC Radio National, and her films have been screened in over fifty festivals...

Duration:00:12:06

Conference: Mourning and Melancholia

1/19/2018
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Caroline Bainbridge (author and lecturer) On the Experience of a Melancholic Gaze This talk focuses on Lars von Trier’s 2011 film, Melancholia, decribed as ‘a beautiful film about the end of the world’ and interlocking personal and global tragedy. Drawing directly on my personal emotional response to the film, and referring to a profound incapacity to talk about it for many years after my initial encounter with it, I will turn to object relations psychoanalysis to think about what such...

Duration:00:44:42