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Volume 100 (2019)

Issue 1
Editorial
100 years of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis  1
Dana Birksted-Breen
Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
Oedipality and oedipal complexes reconsidered: On the incest taboo as key to the universality of the human condition  7
Barnaby B. Barratt
The case for the Freud–Breuer theory of hysteria: A response to Grünbaum’s foundational objection to psychoanalysis  32
Michael T. Michael
The importance of not being Ernest: An archaeology of child’s play in Freud’s writings (and some implications for psychoanalytic theory and practice)  52
Marie Lenormand
History of Psychoanalysis
In conversation: Freud, Abraham and Ferenczi on “Mourning and Melancholia” (1915–1918)  77
Ulrike May
Research
How to measure sustained psychic transformations in long-term treatments of chronically depressed patients: Symptomatic and structural changes in the LAC Depression Study of the outcome of cognitive-behavioural and psychoanalytic long-term treatments  99
Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber, Johannes Kaufhold, Lisa Kallenbach, Alexa Negele, Mareike Ernst, Wolfram Keller, Georg Fiedler, Martin Hautzinger, Ulrich Bahrke and Manfred Beutel
Interdisciplinary Studies
Revisiting Marion Milner’s work on creativity and art  128
Alberto Stefana
Letters to the Editor
Response to Rachel Blass  148
Jay Greenberg
Response to Jay Greenberg's letter  150
Rachel Blass
Book Reviews
Sigmund Freud Anna Freud Correspondence 1904–1938, edited by Ingeborg Meyer-Palmedo  152
Inge-Martine Pretorius
Everyday evils: a psychoanalytic view of evil and morality by C. Covington  155
Danae Karydaki
Desire that enjoys mourning [Il desiderio che ama il lutto] by Sarantis Thanopulos  157
Patrizia Cupelloni
The place of the visual in psychoanalytic practice by Faye Carey  160
Eve Meltzer
Paola Marion – Il disagio del desiderio by Paola Marion  163
Benedetta Guerrini Degl’Innocenti
Relational conundrums: A critique of Contemporary Psychoanalysis by Jon Mills  166
Eyal Rozmarin
At war with the obvious: disruptive thinking in psychoanalysis by Donald Moss  170
Hillery Bosworth
“La psychosomatique” [Psychosomatics], Débats en psychanalyse edited by Félicie Nayrou and Gérard Szwec  173
Kalyane Fejtö
Issue 2
Letter From
Letter from Madrid: The beginning of psychoanalysis in Spain  179
María Luisa Muñoz de la Cruz and Teresa Olmos de Paz
Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
The concept of time in Bion's “A Theory of Thinking”  182
Giuseppe Civitarese
Transsexualism and transgenderism: Unravelling sex and gender, and abstractions of the sexed body  206
Jean-Baptiste Marchand, Elise Pelladeau and François Pommier
Challenging Oedipus in changing families: Gender identifications and access to origins in same-sex parent families created through third-party reproduction  229
Vittorio Lingiardi and Nicola Carone
Educational and Professional Issues
From the talking cure to a disease of silence: Effects of ethical violations in a psychoanalytic institute  247
Jane Burka, Angela Sowa, Barbara A. Baer, Charles E. Brandes, Josie Gallup, Sharon Karp-Lewis, Julie Leavitt and Patricia Rosbrow
Interdisciplinary Studies
Respect for the environment: Psychoanalytic reflections on the ecological crisis  272
Cosimo Schinaia
History of Psychoanalysis
Mind as text: Freud’s “typographical” model of the mind  287
Adele Tutter
Psychoanalytic Controversies
Introduction to “On the value of the Lacanian approach to analytic practice”  311
Rachel B. Blass
On the value of the Lacanian approach to analytic practice  315
Bruce Fink
Commentary on Bruce Fink’s “On the value of the Lacanian approach to analytic practice”  333
Ricardo Bernardi and Beatriz de León de Bernardi
After-words, a discussion of Bruce Fink’s “On the value of the Lacanian approach to analytic practice”  341
Alfred Margulies
Response to Bruce Fink  352
Sara Flanders
On Bruce Fink’s “The value of the Lacanian approach to analytic practice”  362
Lionel Bailly
Responses to commentators  368
Bruce Fink
Obituaries
Anne-Marie Sandler (1925–2018)  377
Haydee Faimberg and Donald Campbell
Paul H. Ornstein, MD (1924–2017)  384
Jeffrey K. Halpern
Film Essay
The Id follows: It Follows (2014) and the existential crisis of adolescent sexuality  393
Joseph Barbera
Book Reviews
Medea: Myth and unconscious fantasy, revised edition, edited by Esa Roos  405
Charlotta Björklind
Chaos and control: a psychoanalytic perspective on unfolding creative minds, by Desy Safán-Gerard  408
Mark Mellinger
Silent virtues: patience, curiosity, privacy, intimacy, humility, and dignity, by Salman Akhtar  411
Richard Tuch
Field theory in child and adolescent psychoanalysis: understanding and reacting to unexpected developments, by Elena Molinari  415
Mary Brady
Repetition, the compulsion to repeat, and the death drive: an examination of Freud’s doctrines  418
Alfred Margulies
Learning along the way: Further reflections on psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, by Patrick Casement  422
Renée Danziger
An analytic journey, by Marilia Aisenstein  424
Howard B. Levine
Psicoanalisi delle psicosi [Psychoanalysis of the psychoses: Current developments in theory and practice], edited by Riccardo Lombardi, Luigi Rinaldi, and Sarantis Thanopulos  428
Giorgio Campoli
Issue 3
Letter
Letter from London  433
Catalina Bronstein and Avi Shmueli
Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique
Whole and/or in bits: Bohm, Matte Blanco, and (un)consciousness  438
Karen Lombardi
Basic theoretical assumptions underpinning Faimberg’s method: “Listening to listening”  447
Haydee Faimberg
Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis
Working through centred on the body in the analysis of a psychotic adolescent  463
Pierrette Poyet
Towards and beyond the Pillars of Hercules: Integration and transformation of destructiveness in child psychosis (the case of Amine)  481
Luca Quagelli
Educational and Professional Issues
How participating in an international community of psychoanalysts can offset local psychoanalytic institutes’ insularities and enliven practice  505
Charles Baekeland
Research
The experience of transplantation as reflected in dream life: A case study illustrating the mental processing of a lung transplant  517
Lutz Goetzmann, Christian Benden, Barbara Ruettner, Uwe Wutzler, Annette Boehler and Lutz Wittmann
History of Psychoanalysis
Publish and be fair? “I am myself strongly in favour of doing it”: James Strachey as the candid wartime editor of The International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 1939–1945  540
Dee McQuillan
IPA Congress Papers
The feminine, the analyst and the child theorist  567
Dominique Scarfone
An infant’s contribution towards the joyful feminine in perinatal intervention  576
Frances Thomson-Salo
Plural feminine: Hysteria, masochism or melancholia?  584
Catherine Chabert
Deconstructing the feminine: Discourses, logics and power. Theoretico-clinical implications  593
Leticia Glocer Fiorini
Letter to the Editor
Comments on B.H. Clarke's paper: A cat is not a battleship: thoughts on the meaning of “neuropsychoanalysis”  604
Larry S. Sandberg
Would clinical psychoanalysis shy away from delving further into the unknown? On the mystery of telepathic dreams  608
Ofra Eshel
Response to Dr O. Eshel’s letter  611
Alfonso Sánchez-Medina
Book Reviews
The growth of mind: by Neville Symington, London and New York, Routledge, 2019, 118pp. £22.49, ISBN: 978 -1-138 327832 (pb), 978-1-138-32781-8 (hb), 978-0-429-44907-9 (eb)  614
Roger Kennedy
Dream house: an intimate portrait of the Philip Johnson Glass House: by Adele Tutter, Charlottesville, Virginia, University of Virginia Press, 2016, 312 pp., $39.90 (hardcover), ISBN: 978-0813938271  616
Vera Camden
Transformational processes in clinical psychoanalysis: Dreaming, emotions and the present moment: by Lawrence J. Brown, Routledge, 2018, 250 pp. £29.99. ISBN: 9781138323926  619
Chris Mawson
Travesía de lo corporal a lo simbólico corporal [Passage from the physical to the symbolic body]: by Eliana Rache, Buenos Aires/Mexico, Grupo Editorial LUMEN, 2015, 225 pp., ARS$ 300 (Paperback), ISBN 978-987-00-1067-8  624
José Eduardo Fischbein
Psicopatología del poder [Psychopathology of power]: by Jorge L. Tizón, Barcelona, Herder, 2017, 1st edition, 2nd printing, 243 pp., €16,90, ISBN: 978-84-254-3434-1  627
Carlos Moguillansky
Freud’s papers on technique and contemporary clinical practice: by Lawrence Friedman, London and New York, Routledge, 2019, 239 pp. $44.95, ISBN: 978-0-8153-8575-2  631
Andrew B. Druck
Issue 4
A tribute to Freud on the 80th Anniversary of his Death
Freud’s writing as a living creative presence in our minds: An introduction to Joan Riviere’s “A character trait of Freud’s”  635
Rachel B. Blass
A character trait of Freud’s by Joan Riviere (1958)  637
Joan Riviere
Psychoanalytic Theory & Technique
The analytic ideal and its countertransferential vicissitudes  640
Maciej Musiał
The polyphony of contemporary psychoanalysis: the multiple languages of man  656
Ruggero Levy
Educational and Professional Issues
Intervention into an institute at a crossroads: A methodology and rationale  674
John Lundgren
Interdisciplinary Studies
Self-insight  693
Michael T. Michael
Interdisicplinary Studies
The Group's Vulnerability to Disaster: Basic Assumption and Work Group Mentalities Underlying Trump's 2016 Election  711
Conrad Stephen Chrzanowski
Key Papers
Introduction to de M’Uzan's paper “Interpreting: For Whom and Why?”  732
Dominique Scarfone
Interpreting: for whom, and why?  736
Michel de M’Uzan
Key Paper Discussion
Interpreting: for whom, and why?: The Perils of Metapsychology  744
Lewis Kirshner
Education Section
The ideas of the Paris Psychosomatic School  754
Philippe Jaeger
Intercorporeity and body language: The semiotics of mental suffering expressed through the body  769
Joachim Küchenhoff
Book Reviews
British psychoanalysis: New perspectives in the Independent tradition: edited by Gregorio Kohon, New Library of Psychoanalysis, London, Routledge, 2018, £29.99, ISBN 9781138579057  792
Ch. Lechartier Atlan
Sexual difference in debate: bodies, desires, and fictions: by Leticia Glocer Fiorini, London, Karnac Books, 2017, 198 pp., £26.09, ISBN 9781782204220  795
Nancy C. Winters
On dangerous ground: Freud’s visual cultures of the unconscious: by Diane O’Donoghue, New York, Bloomsbury Academic, 2019, $118.44, 400pp. ISBN: 978-1501327957.  798
Anne Anlin Cheng
Mind, culture, and global unrest: psychoanalytic reflections: by Salman Akhtar, New York, Routledge, 2018, €26.99, 233 pp. ISBN: 978-1782200673  801
Michael Moskowitz
Œdipe médecin (séparation, dépression, sublimation): [Oedipus as therapist (separation, depression, sublimation)], by Paul Denis, Paris, Presses universitaires de France, 2017, 237 pp., €24. ISBN: 9782130797982  805
Bernard Brusset
The psychoanalyst and the child: From the consultation to psychoanalytic treatment: by Michel Ody, New York, Routledge, 2019, $39.95, 233 pp. ISBN: 978-1-138-38926-7  811
Gretchen A. Schmutz
The analyst’s experience of the depressive position: The melancholic errand of psychoanalysis: by Steven H. Cooper, London; New York, Routledge, 2016, 175 pp., £135. ISBN: 1138844101  813
Anand Desai
Beyond psychoanalytic literary criticism: Between literature and mind: 1st edition, by Benjamin H. Ogden, London and New York, Routledge, 2018, 124pp., $34.37. ISBN: 978-0-8153-7728-3  817
Masha Mimran
Psychic bisexuality: A British-French dialogue, edited by Rosine Jozef Perelberg, 2018, Routledge, London and New York, £27.69. ISBN: 9781138579033  821
Hannah Browne
Correction  825
 
Issue 5
Psychoanalytic Theory & Technique
Musicality in the consulting room  827
Francis Grier
Transference and transference interpretation revisited: Why a parsimonious model of practice may be useful  852
David Tuckett
Contemporary Conversations
Enactment: Listening to psychic gestures  877
Gabriel Sapisochin
Comments on “Enactment: Listening to Psychic Gestures” by Gabriel Sapisochin  898
John Steiner
Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis
The dead part: An overfulness of emptiness—Some reflections on psychotherapy with young psychotic patients  906
Luca Quagelli
“Making a person”: Clinical considerations regarding the interpretation of anxieties in the analyses of children on the autisto-psychotic spectrum  921
Joshua Durban
Research
Beyond the hermeneutic/scientific controversy: A case for a clinically sensitive empirical research paradigm in psychoanalysis  940
Juan Pablo Jimenez and Carolina Altimir
Education Section
The struggle for a psychoanalytic research institute: The evolution of Frankfurt’s Sigmund Freud Institute  962
Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber and Tomas Plänkers
Obituary
Madeleine Baranger  988
Luis Kancyper
Film Essay
Le Hérisson [The Hedgehog] (2009). Director: Mona Achache  995
Michel Granek
Panel Reports
PANEL Report, 51st IPA Congress London 2019: The male analyst as the feminine object  1005
Sylvia Zwettler-Otte
Report on the panel: “Did Bion change his mind? Three phases of his clinical approach”  1009
Rodrigo Barahona
The challenge of cross-cultural training in China  1012
Douglas A. Chavis
Climate change panel report  1015
Lynne Zeavin
Panel report: IPA Congress London 2019: COWAP panel on perversion of femininity: the objectification of self  1018
Nancy R. Goodman
Report on the panel on confidentiality as a container – clinical and theoretical issues  1021
Gianina Micu
Panel on “out of the box”: women on the frontlines of social change  1025
Rogelio Sosnik
Panel on “Psychic dimensions of the climate crisis”  1029
Adela Abella
Panel on: “Transformations in female bodily experiences and bodily metaphors”  1031
Margaret Ann Fitzpatrick Hanly
Panel on “A clinician’s view of research. Critical thinking in the practice and transmission of psychoanalysis”  1034
Beatriz de León de Bernardi
Panel on “Finding unconscious fantasy: Inspirations from new understandings of female development”  1037
Andrea Greenman
Letter to the Editor
About the criteria for evaluating patient transformations in “Ending Analysis: The Case of Karl,” The International Journal of Psychoanalysis 99: 1424–1457  1041
Ricardo Bernardi
Response to Dr Ricardo Bernardi  1043
Abbot A. Bronstein
“Reading Italian Psychoanalysis” (The International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 2018 (99), 1253–1258)  1045
Paolo Migone
Book Reviews
The history of countertransference: by Alberto Stefana, London and New York, Routledge, 2017,159 pp.paperback, £33.99, ISBN 978-1-138-21461-3  1047
Ricardo Stramer
The psychoanalyst, the theatre of dreams and the clinic of enactment: by R.M.S. Cassorla, London, Routledge, 2018, 206 pp., US $30.36 (paperback), ISBN 978-1-78220-507-4.  1053
Ana Clara Duarte Gavião
Reclaiming unlived life: Experience in psychoanalysis, by Thomas H. Ogden, London and New York, Routledge, 2016, 196 pp., £32.99 (paperback), ISBN 9781138956018  1057
Steven Groarke
A father: Puzzle: by Sibylle Lacan, trans. Adrian Nathan West, Cambridge, MA and London, The MIT Press, 2019, 92 pp., £14.99 (hardback), ISBN-13: 978-0-262-03931-4  1061
Dany Nobus
Issue 6 - IJP Centenary Special Issue
PART 1: ‘The Psychoanalytic Core: Encounting and Speaking to the Unconscious’ - IJP Centenary Conference Papers
Foreword  1065
Dana Birksted-Breen
The Unconsciousness of Mental Life: Where do we locate the unconscious? Where and how do we find it in the session? How do we speak to it? What are the necessary conditions of the setting?
Ideas prevented from becoming conscious: On Freud’s unconscious and the theory of psychoanalytic technique  1068
David Tuckett
The proleptic unconscious and the exemplary moment in psychoanalysis  1084
Mitchell Wilson
Encountering and speaking to the unconscious  1102
Jonathan Lear
Pathways of the unconscious: When the body is the receiver/instrument  1117
Dana Birksted-Breen
Precious little: Birth and death in the analytic process  1134
Patrick Miller
Psychical Reality and Trauma: What do we mean by trauma? How do we understand it? How do we understand the connection between psychical reality and trauma? Does the notion of trauma change technique?
Trauma and the metaphor of oppression  1144
Jay Greenberg
Trauma and representation  1154
Lawrence J. Brown
Through the looking glass: On trauma and unreality  1171
Ignês Sodré
Trauma as a monstrous quasi-object  1184
Gerhard Schneider
The Psychical Significance of Sexuality: What place do we give to ‘the drives’, and in particular the sexual drive? Where is the drive in the session, and what is its role?
The drive as paradigm—Laplanche’s sexual as paradigm shift  1199
Richard B. Simpson
Reckoning with sexuality  1216
Nancy Kulish
Passion and melancholia, red and black: The vicissitudes of the sexual in an analytic process  1237
Rosine Jozef Perelberg
The Sexual and psychical reality  1248
Dominique Scarfone
Polyphonies of sexuality: Debates about theories/debates about paradigms  1256
Leticia Glocer Fiorini
Repetition and the Death Drive: Repetition and the possibility of change
Termination and repetition: The dissolution of the frame  1270
Lucy Lafarge
Freud's view of death and repetition as grounds of a Kleinian approach to narcissism: Implications for clinical practice  1286
Rachel B. Blass
Creative repetition  1306
Bruce Reis
Can we do without the death drive?  1321
Catherine Chabert
Death drive, repetition compulsion and some corridors to psychic change  1330
Michael Šebek
Fanaticism: Reflections based on phenomena in the analytic field  1338
Roosevelt Cassorla
The Body and its Mysteries: How do we think of the relationship between the psyche and the soma?
“Is this my body?” Dealing with the uncanny in adolescence  1358
Catalina Bronstein
Mysteries, abysses and impasses in body-mind dissociation  1371
Riccardo Lombardi
The Development of Meaning in Child and Adolescent Analysis
Play in the analytic setting: The development and communication of meaning in child analysis  1390
Judith A. Yanof
“All the light we cannot see”: Psychoanalytic and poetic reflections on the nature of hope  1405
Margot Waddell
Personal Reflections
The Online “Addiction” as a Malaise of the 21st Century: From repression by the law to “free” unlimited stimulation  1422
Marianna Ferreira Jorge and Paula Sibilia
A theory of the setting: The transformation of unrepresented experience and play  1439
Steven H. Cooper
Some brief personal reflections on the 100th Anniversary Conference papers. Where are we? Where have we come from? Where might we go?  1455
David Tuckett
PART 2: ‘The Enigma of the Hour: 100 Years of Psychoanalytic Thought’ - The IJP Centenary Exhibition
Introduction to the Exhibition in Honour of the Centenary of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis  1465
Dana Birksted-Breen
Display Case Compendium
The Enigma of the Hour: Display Case Compendium: 100 years of Psychoanalytic Thought curated by Simon Moretti with Goshka Macuga and Dana Birksted-Breen  1481
Jan Abram, Rachel Blass, Georg Bruns, Christine Diercks, Dee McQuillan, Nellie Thompson, Adele Tutter and Carina Weiss
Contributors and Reviewers for 2019  1614
 
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