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Volume 31 (2003)

Introduction  1
James William Anderson and Jerome A. Winer
The Case for Psychobiography
Psychobiography: Terminable and Interminable  7
Norman Itzkowitz and Vamik D. Volkan
Intellectual-Cultural History and Psychobiography: The Case of Kandinsky  21
Gerald N. Izenberg
Stanley Kubrick's Dream Machine: Psychoanalysis, Film, and History  35
Geoffrey Cocks
Unconscious Roots of Hitler's Anti-Semitism  47
Seymour Epstein
Freud and Beyond
Sigmund Freud, Psychohistorian  65
Alan C. Elms
Recent Psychoanalytic Theorists and Their Relevance to Psychobiography: Winnicott, Kernberg, and Kohut  79
James William Anderson
The Author's Journey
The Ghost in the Biographer's Machine  97
George Moraitis
Autobiographical Reflections on Writing the Biography of Heinz Kohut  107
Charles B. Strozier
From the Study of Lives and Psychohistory to Historicizing Psychology: A Conceptual Journey  119
William McKinley Runyan
Psychoanalytic Approaches to the Study of American Presidents
Psychoanalytic Scholarship on American Presidents  135
Paul H. Elovitz
Notes Toward a Psychoanalytic Perspective on Three Virginia “Founding Fathers”  151
Elizabeth Wirth Marvick
When Presidents Are “Tough”  167
Betty Glad
V. Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Religious History
Methodological Issues in the Psychohistory-Psychobiography of Religious Figures  181
W. W. Meissner
Seduction and the Saint: Desire and the Spiritual Quest  197
Sudhir Kakar
Psychoanalytic Notes on Osama bin Laden and His Jihad Against the Jews and the Crusaders  211
Nancy Hartevelt Kobrin
Psychoanalytic History and Culture
Psychoanalysis as Psychohistory or Why Psychotherapists Cannot Afford to Ignore Culture  225
Thomas A. Kohut
Traumatic Reliving in History  237
Rudolph Binion
The Past and Future of Psychohistory  251
Bruce Mazlish
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