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List of Articles

Volume 33 (2005)

Introduction  1
Jerome A. Winer, M.D., James William Anderson, Ph.D. and Elizabeth A. Danze, M. Arch.
I. Psychoanalysts Encounter Architecture
Encountering Architecture Subjective Responses to the Basilica of the Mission Dolores  9
Robert F. Harris, M.D.
Dreams of Architecture and the Architecture of Dreams  25
Eugene Mahon, M.D.
What Can Psychoanalysis Learn from an Enhanced Awareness of Architecture and Design?  39
Stephen M. Sonnenberg, M.D.
Architecture and the True Self  57
F. Robert Rodman, M.D.
Houses as Self-Portraits Notes on Architects Who Design Their Own Houses  67
Phil S. Lebovitz, M.D.
II. Perspectives from Architectural Scholars
Building Dreams Space, Psychoanalysis, and the City  79
Steve Pile, Ph.D.
FreudSpace Architecture in Psychoanalysis  93
Juliet Flower Maccannell, Ph.D.
An Architect's View of Introspective Space The Analytic Vessel  109
Elizabeth A. Danze, M. Arch.
Adrian Stokes The Architecture of Phantasy and the Phantasy of Architecture  125
Peggy Deamer, Ph.D.
Adrian Stokes and the “Aesthetic Position” Envelopment and Otherness  139
Stephen Kite, Ph.D.
III. Frank Lloyd Wright
Frank Lloyd Wright A Psychobiographical Exploration  163
James William Anderson, Ph.D.
Frank Lloyd Wright Power, Powerlessness, and Charisma  179
Jerome A. Winer, M.D.
Raumplan: Adolf Loos, Frank Lloyd Wright, Residential Space, and Modernity  191
Robert Twombly, Ph.D.
IV. Historical and Cultural Approaches
The Bauhaus as a Creative Playspace Weimar, Dessau, Berlin, 1919-1933  209
Peter Loewenberg, Ph.D.
The Designer in Architectural Practice  227
Robert Gutman, Ph.D.
The Myth of the Masterbuilder A Psychoanalytic Perspective  241
Ruxandra Ion, M.D., M.A. and James William Anderson, Ph.D.
Tracking the Emotion in the Stone An Essay on Psychoanalysis and Architecture  261
Diane Jonte-Pace, Ph.D. and Peter Homans, Ph.D.
Architecture at the Sonia Shankman Orthogenic School of the University of Chicago  285
Jacquelyn Sanders, Ph.D.
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