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List of Articles


Volume 12 (2010)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
John Forrester
Articles
Bertold Löffler's Bookplate for Sigmund Freud  7
Gerd Pichler
Freud's Meeting with Rabbi Alexandre Safran  15
Stanley Schneider and Joseph H. Berke
Freud's ‘The “Uncanny”’ and Deconstructive Criticism: Intellectual Uncertainty and Delicacy of Perception  29
Morten Bartnæs
Anaclitic Therapy in North American Psychoanalytic and Psychiatric Practice in the 1950s-1960s  55
Mical Raz, M.D., Ph.D.
Special Section: The Berlin Tradition in America
The Berlin Tradition in Chicago: Franz Alexander and the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis  69
Erika S. Schmidt, M.S.W.
Karl Abraham in New York: The Contributions of Bertram D. Lewin  85
Nellie L. Thompson
Sandor Rado and the Fate of the Berlin Model in New York  97
W. Craig Tomlinson, M.D.
Letter to the Editor
Blaming the Victims: On Jews, Psychoanalysts and the Rise of Fascism  109
George J. Makari
Books
Centers of Power: The Convergence of Psychoanalysis and Kabbalah by Joseph Berke and Stanley Schneider (New York, NY: Jason Aronson, 2008; 254 pp; $29.95); reviewed by Stephen Frosh  111
Stephen Frosh
The Infinite Question by Christopher Bollas (New York, NY, Hove: Routledge, 2009; xvi and 192 pp; £16.99); reviewed by Margaret Whitford The Evocative Object World by Christopher Bollas (New York, NY, Hove: Routledge, 2009; vi and 126 pp; $23.95); reviewed by Margaret Whitford  117
Margaret Whitford
Issue 2
Editorial  125
John Forrester
Articles
Freud in Trieste: Journey to an Ambiguous City  129
Laura Gandolfi
Travelling the path from Fantasy to History: The Struggle for Original History within Freud's Early Circle, 1908-1913  153
Patricia Cotti
Towards a History of Operatic Psychoanalysis  173
Alexander Carpenter, Ph.D.
How Sex Became Gender  195
Robert A. Nye
Historical Document
Introduction to William Stephenson's Quest for a Science of Subjectivity  211
James M.M. Good
Tribute to Melanie Klein  245
William Stephenson
Books
Stories of Masud Khan: False Self: The Life of Masud Khan by Linda Hopkins (New York, NY: Other Press, 2006; 525 pp; $35.00)Masud Khan: The Myth and the Reality by Roger Willoughby (London: Free Association Books, 2005; 320 pp; £25.00); reviewed by Julia Borossa  273
Julia Borossa
Psychoanalysis at the Margins by Paul Stepansky (New York, NY: The Other Press, 2009; 357 pp; $39.00); reviewed by Sander Gilman  279
Sander L. Gilman
Freud's Requiem: Mourning, Memory and the Invisible History of a Summer Walk by Matthew von Unwerth (London, New York, NY: Continuum, 2005; 244 pp; £19.99)The Death of Sigmund Freud: Fascism, Psychoanalysis and the Rise of Fundamentalism by Mark Edmundson (London: Bloomsbury, 2007; 276 pp; £8.99)The Escape of Sigmund Freud by David Cohen (London: JR Books, 2009; 242 pp; £18.99); reviewed by Michael Molnar  281
Michael Molnar
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