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Foehl, J. Hartman, S. Levine, L. Cooney, A.S. (2021). In This Issue, Psychoanalytic Dialogues 31:1. Psychoanal. Dial., 31(1):1-2.

(2021). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 31(1):1-2

In This Issue, Psychoanalytic Dialogues 31:1

Jack Foehl, Ph.D., Stephen Hartman, Ph.D., Lauren Levine, Ph.D. and Amy Schwartz Cooney, Ph.D.

As we are completing our first issue as Joint Editors-in-Chief, COVID-19 continues to ravage the globe. The United States is not the only nation currently in an election cycle, but the 2020 presidential race captured the world’s attention, looming large not only for its massive domestic consequences, but as a moment in world history when the scourge of a pandemic, the devastation of climate change, national and international protests for racial justice, and the future of democratic values and institutions seemed to hinge on an election’s uncertain outcome.

Poised in this odd interim, after the election has been decisively called but, as the president still refuses to acknowledge defeat, and following upon initiatives by this and other journals to respond to dramatic world events in the moment, we are launching two new columns that seek to locate PD in place and time. In This Issue brings our readers into our editorial mindset in the moment when we craft each issue. With Snapshots, we invite authors to contribute reactions to unfolding world events through the lens of their personal and clinical sensibilities.

So, onward! In This Issue we are introducing ourselves with a Mission Statement that we offer as both launching pad and work-in-progress, a road map, if you will, for how we see Dialogues and where we hope to take it during our tenure.

We are proud to present a fine array of papers and discussions that illustrate our mission:

An evocative personal reflection by Shari Appollon entitled, “The Triple Entendre”, explores unconscious resonances across relational realms.

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