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List of Articles


Volume 6 (2004)

Issue 1
Editorial  1
Andrea Sabbadini
Articles
Some Utilitarian Influences in Freud's Early Writings  5
Aner Govrin, Ph.D.
Fathers and Sons: Freud's Discovery of the Oedipus Complex  23
Kenneth A. Fuchsman
Transforming At-one-Ment: Spielrein, Jung, Bion  37
Prof. Janet Sayers
Towards a Psychoanalytic Understanding of Fascism and Anti-Semitism: Perceptions from the 1940s  57
David James Fisher, Ph.D.
Emigrant Psychoanalysts in the USA and the FBI Archives  75
Dr James E. Goggin, Ph.D., Dr Eileen Brockman Goggin, Ph.D. and Mary Hill
Bingham Dai, Adolf Storfer, and the Tentative Beginnings of Psychoanalytic Culture in China: 1935–1941  93
Geoffrey Blowers
Books
The Importance of Fathers: A Psychoanalytic Re-evaluation edited by Judith Trowell and Alicia Etchegoyen, preface by Anton Obholzer (Hove: Brunner-Routledge, 2002, 256 pp); reviewed by Ivan Ward  107
Ivan Ward
Winnicott: Life and Work by F. Robert Rodman (Cambridge, MA: Perseus Publishing, 2003); reviewed by Paul Roazen  117
Paul Roazen
On Freud's Couch: Seven New Interpretations of Freud's Case Histories edited by Iréne Matthis and Imre Szecsödy, trans. Sheila Smith (Northvale, NJ, and London: Jason Aronson Inc., 1998, xvii + 267 pp); reviewed by Naomi Segal  123
Naomi Segal
Stepchildren of Nature: Krafft-Ebing, Psychiatry and the Making of Sexual Identity by Harry Oosterhuis (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2000, x + 321 pp); reviewed by Naomi Segal  127
 
Issue 2
Editorial  133
Andrea Sabbadini
Articles
Lenin, Sexuality and Psychoanalysis  135
Jacquy Chemouni
Joan Riviere and the Masquerade  161
Athol Hughes, Ph.D.
‘Against All Hushing up and Stamping Down’: The Medico-Psychological Clinic of London and the Novelist May Sinclair  177
Philippa Martindale
‘Behind the Poetic Fiction’: Freud, Schnitzler and Feminine Subjectivity  201
Elizabeth Goodstein
Thinking about Winnicott and the Origins of the Self  225
Renata Gaddini
The History of the Libido's Development: Evidence from Freud's Case Studies  237
Patricia Cotti, Ph.D.
Books
On Wulf Sachs' Black Hamlet: Black Hamlet by Wulf Sachs (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1996, 340 pp); reviewed by Leonard Bloom  253
Leonard Bloom
Incest: A New Perspective by Mary Hamer (Cambridge: Polity, 2002, x + 188 pp); reviewed by Naomi Segal  265
Naomi Segal
The Possession at Loudun by Michel de Certeau, translated by Michael B. Smith from La Possession de Loudun [Paris: Gallimard Julliard, 1970, 1990], with a foreword by Stephen Greenblatt (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2000, xi + 251 pp); reviewed by Naomi Segal  269
 
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