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Results 1 - 30 of 69 for your search on "Acklin, Thomas":

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Acklin, T. (1997). American Imago. LI, 1994. Pinocchio and Pinocchiology. Jennifer Stone. Pp. 329-342.. Psychoanal Q., 66:374. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1995). American Imago. L, 1993. The Rhetoric of Improvisation: Spontaneous Discourse in Jazz and Psychoanalysis. David Lichtenstein. Pp. 227-252.. Psychoanal Q., 64:823. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1997). American Imago. LI, 1994. Child's Play Amidst Chaos. Marsha H. Levy-Warren. Pp. 359-368.. Psychoanal Q., 66:374. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1995). American Imago. L, 1993. Surrealist Cinema. Politics, History, and the Language of Dreams. Sandy Flitterman- Lewis. Pp. 441-456.. Psychoanal Q., 64:824. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1996). The Psychohistory Review. XXII, 1993/94. Erikson on Luther. Peter Heller. Pp. 87-99.. Psychoanal Q., 65:675. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1997). American Imago. LI, 1994. Eyolf's Eyes: Ibsen and the Cultural Meanings of Child Abuse. Michael Goldman. Pp. 279-305.. Psychoanal Q., 66:373. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1995). American Imago. L, 1993. To Have and Have Not: The Paradox of the Female Star. Molly Haskell. Pp. 401-420.. Psychoanal Q., 64:823. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1997). American Imago. LI, 1994. Homoeroticism and the Father God: An Unthought in Freud's Moses and Monotheism. Howard Eilberg-Schwartz. Pp. 127-159.. Psychoanal Q., 66:371. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1991). The Psychohistory Review. LVIII, 1990: Some Comments on the History of Emotion. Fred Weinstein. Pp. 293-302.. Psychoanal Q., 60:355-355. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1999). The Jewish and German Roots of Psychoanalysis and the Impact of the Holocaust: Martin S. Bergmann. Pp. 243-259.. Psychoanal Q., 68(1):155. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1998). The Question of Jung and Racism Reconsidered. Laurie M. Johnson Bagby. Pp. 283-298. Psychoanal Q., 67(1):190. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1997). American Imago. LI, 1994. Good and Naughty/Boys and Girls: Reflections of the Impact of Culture on Young Minds. Ellen Handler Spitz. Pp. 307-328.. Psychoanal Q., 66:373-374. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1995). American Imago. L, 1993. Phallic Women in the Contemporary Cinema. Krin Gabbard and Glen O. Gabbard. Pp. 421-439.. Psychoanal Q., 64:823-824. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1993). The Psychohistory Review: Studies of Motivation in History and Culture. XX, 1991/92: A Response to Critics. Fred Weinstein. Pp. 61-69.. Psychoanal Q., 62:345. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1999). In the Aftermath of Nazi-Germany: Alexander Mitscherlich and Psychoanalysis —Legend and Legacy: Karen Brecht. Pp. 291-312.. Psychoanal Q., 68(1):155-156. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1999). The Internalization of Nazism and Its Effects on German Psychoanalysts and Their Patients: Volker Friedrich. Pp. 261-279.. Psychoanal Q., 68(1):155. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1999). The Intergenerational Taboo of Nazism: A Response and Elaboration of Volker Friedrich's Paper, “Internalization of Nazism and Its Effects on German Psychoanalysts and Their Patients.” Harold P. Blum. Pp. 281-289.. Psychoanal Q., 68(1):155. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1996). The Psychohistory Review. XXII, 1993/94. Beyond Rumor & Reductionism: A Textual Response to Erik H. Erikson. David C. Andersen. Pp. 35-68.. Psychoanal Q., 65:674. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1993). The Psychohistory Review: Studies of Motivation in History and Culture. XX, 1991/92: Lifton's Method. Charles B. Strozier and Michael Flynn. Pp. 131-144.. Psychoanal Q., 62:345-346. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1999). The Psychohistory Review. XXIV, 1995/96. Psychoanal Q., 68(2):340-342. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1999). Guys and Dolls: Exploratory Repetition and Maternal Subjectivity in the Fort/Da Game: Jay Watson. Pp. 463-503.. Psychoanal Q., 68(1):157-158. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1999). Recasting Moses: Narrative and Drama in the Dumbshow of Freud's “The Moses of Michelangelo.” David Wagenknecht. Pp. 439-461.. Psychoanal Q., 68(1):157. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1999). The Presence of the Past—Xenophobia and Right-Wing Extremism in the Federal Republic of Germany: Psychoanalytic Reflections: Werner Bohleber. Pp. 329-344.. Psychoanal Q., 68(1):156. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1998). The Dialectics of Historical Fantasy: The Ideology of George Lincoln Rockwell. Maria T. Miliora. Pp. 259-281. Psychoanal Q., 67(1):189-190. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1998). Clara Schumann: ‘A Woman's Love and Life’: A Psychoanalytic Interpretation. Hendrika C. Halberstadt-Freud. Pp. 143-166. Psychoanal Q., 67(1):188-189. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1997). American Imago. LI, 1994. What Theories Women Want. Elisabeth Young-Bruehl. Pp. 373-396.. Psychoanal Q., 66:374-375. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1997). American Imago. LI, 1994. Why Did You Tell Me I Love Mommy and That's Why I'm Frightened When I Love You. Michèle Montrelay. Pp. 213-227.. Psychoanal Q., 66:372. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1997). American Imago. LI, 1994. Jewish Masochism: Couvade, Castration, and Rabbis in Pain. Daniel Boyarin. Pp. 3-36.. Psychoanal Q., 66:370-371. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1996). The Psychohistory Review. XXII, 1993/94. “Great Is Diana of the Ephesians”: Remarks on the Masculine-Feminine-Jewish Triangle from Goethe to Freud. Jacques Le Rider. Pp. 267-293.. Psychoanal Q., 65:675. […]
 
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Acklin, T. (1995). American Imago. L, 1993. Psychopathology, Metaphysics. Alan Bass. Pp. 197-225.. Psychoanal Q., 64:823. […]
 
 
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