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A Journal of Psychoanalysis and Philosophy

No 14: Summer 2019

First published in 2019 by: The SITE for Contemporary Psychoanalysis the-site.org.uk Copyright © The SITE for Contemporary Psychoanalysis for the journal format. Copyright © to the contributors for...

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Summer 2019

Events

13 November 2021

Towards a theory of traumatophilia: de-translation, sovereign experience, re-translation

Psychoanalytic thinking teaches us that trauma leaves the subject fractured, less agentic, more subject to iterative, stalled revisitations of the traumatic event. In this presentation, Avgi Saketopoulou argues that significant possibilities for psychic transformation and for contact with experience are courted when we make ourselves passible to returning to the site of the traumati

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News

October 11, 2021

Conference

We are really pleased to have had so many people join us for our conference on White Privilege, Racism and Psychoanalysis at the weekend and want to thank our speakers for their rich and varied presen...
September 7, 2021

Introductory Year

The Introductory Year running from 14 October 2021 until June 2022 is now full but please email Jane Nairne on siteenquiries2015@gmail.com if you would like further information or to register your int...
June 5, 2021

Summer series: In relation

We are pleased to announce a series of talks and films on Zoom exploring what it means to be In Relation with each other. The programme starts on Saturday 19 June and runs for seven weeks on either We...