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List of Articles

Volume 67 (2010)

Issue 1 - Radical Perspectives on Psychoanalysis
Preface  1
Peter L. Rudnytsky
Correction  4
Back to the Roots: The Influence of Ian D. Suttie on British Psychoanalysis  5
Gabriele Cassullo
Psychoanalysis: The Patient's Cure  23
Francis Levy
What Happened to Psychoanalysis?  73
Stanley A. Leavy
The Crisis of Defining Psychoanalysis: How Do We Discuss Analytic Cases in an Atmosphere of Competing Definitions?  89
Henry J. Friedman
Apropos the Arts
To Teach and to Treat: Meditations on The Miracle Worker  101
Ellen Handler Spitz
Clinician's Corner
Remembering One's Analysis: A Caveat  117
Warren S. Poland
Book Reviews
Antonino Ferro. Mind Works: Technique and Creativity in Psychoanalysis. Trans. Philip Slotkin. London: Routledge, 2009. xiii + 225 pp. $39.95 (pb).  121
Sara Boffito
David James Fisher. Bettelheim: Living and Dying. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2008. 180 pp. $57.00 (pb).  127
Kenneth Kidd
Issue 2 - Freud and the Mosaic Tradition
Preface  135
Peter L. Rudnytsky
Jacob's Ambivalent Legacy  139
Joel Whitebook
Moses in Moravia  157
Diane O'Donoghue
Moses Lactans: Evidence in Support of the Latent Mythic Value of Freud's 1914 “Moses of Michelangelo”  183
Moshe Halevi Spero
Death of Moses Revisited: Repetition and Creative Memory in Freud and the Rabbis  243
William Kolbrener
“Your Nose Has Again Smelled Right”: Reflections on the Disputed Origin of Freud's Concept of Sublimation  263
Donald Capps
Apropos the Art
Human Wildlife  293
Ellen Handler Spitz
Clinician's Corner
The Memories Linger On  297
Warren S. Poland
Letter from London
Four Unknown Freud Anecdotes  301
Brett Kahr
Review Essay
Michael G. Levine. The Belated Witness: Literature, Testimony, and the Question of Holocaust Survival. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2006. 256 pp. $60.00 (hc), $22.95 (pb).  313
Michael G. Levine
Letter to the Editor
Letter  323
Jacquelyn Sanders, Ph.D.
Issue 3 - Between Winnicott and Lacan
Preface  327
Lewis A. Kirshner
Between Winnicott and Lacan: Reclaiming the Subject of Psychoanalysis  331
Lewis A. Kirshner
Winnicott with Lacan: Living Creatively in a Postmodern World  353
Mari Ruti
Redeeming Time: Winnicott, Eliot, and the Four Quartets  375
Christopher Reeves
Unthinkable Experience: Winnicott's Ontology of Disaster and Hope  399
Steven Groarke
Hospitality in Kawabata's House of the Sleeping Beauties  431
Namiko Haruki
Apropos the Arts
Lucian Freud: Psychoanalysis in Paint?  441
Ellen Handler Spitz
Clinician's Corner
The Rest is Silence  451
Warren S. Poland
Letter from London
Defending Lady Macbeth: Testimony of an Expert Witness  453
Brett Kahr
Book Reviews
Bion's Dream: A Reading of the Autobiographies. Meg Harris Williams. London: Karnac Books, 2010. xv + 116 pp. $21.95 (pb).  463
James S. Grotstein
James S. Grotstein. But at the Same Time and on Another Level: Volume 1: Psychoanalytic Theory and Technique in the Kleinian/Bionian Mode. Volume 2: Clinical Applications in the Kleinian/Bionian Mode. London: Karnac Books 2009. Volume 1: xv + 382 pp. $47.95 (pb). Volume 2: xv + 286 pp. $47.95 (pb).  470
Sara Boffito
Issue 4 - The Other Patient in the Room: A Tribute to James T. McLaughlin
Preface  479
Peter L. Rudnytsky
Nonverbal Behaviors in the Analytic Situation: The Search for Meaning in Nonverbal Cues  487
James T. McLaughlin
Searching in the “Unsaid Seen”: McLaughlin's Unfinished Reflections on the Place of the Body in Psychoanalytic Discourse  515
William F. Cornell
The Transformative Odyssey of James T. McLaughlin  541
Robert S. Wallerstein
Ode to an Ever-Open Pathway to Listening and Learning  559
Evelyne Albrecht Schwaber
The Most Original of Our Authors  573
Theodore J. Jacobs
James McLaughlin: “Gentle Radical”  583
Adrienne Harris
“I Think You're on to Something”: Valuing James McLaughlin  593
Warren S. Poland
Opportunities in Psychoanalysis: Philadelphia and Beyond: Papers from a 2009 MLA Special Session
Beyond the Medical Model  597
David M. Sachs
Psychoanalysis and the Academy: Practical Aspects and Philosophical Foundations  601
Vera J. Camden
A Changing Inner Self  605
Kathleen Ross
The American Psychoanalytic Association Fellowship: A Unique Opportunity for Academics and Multidisciplinary Educators and Researchers  609
Esther Rashkin
Beyond Applied Psychoanalysis  613
Elaine Zickler
Oral History
The Life and Work of Robert S. Wallerstein: A Conversation  617
Luca Di Donna
Apropos the Arts
Gyrations of Influence  659
Ellen Handler Spitz
Clinician's Corner
The Interpretations of Strangers  665
Warren S. Poland
Letter from London
On Painting the Consulting Room  669
Brett Kahr
Book Reviews
Louis Breger. A Dream of Undying Fame: How Freud Betrayed His Mentor and Invented Psychoanalysis. New York: Basic Books, 2009. 160 pp. $22.95. Richard Skues. Sigmund Freud and the History of Anna O.: Reopening a Closed Case. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006. 240 pp. $95.00.  677
Karen J. Maroda
Paul E. Stepansky. Psychoanalysis at the Margins. New York: Other Press, 2009. 384 pp. $39.00.  687
Louis Breger
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