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List of Articles

Volume 56 (2020)

Issue 1
Original Articles
The Uncanny Effect of Disability: Uncomfortable Maternal Love for a Disabled Child  1
Clare Harvey, Ph.D.
Living the Theory: The Complexity of Being Both a Psychodynamic Psychotherapist and a Mother  29
Gillian Sheridan, M.A. and Katherine Bain, Ph.D.
"I've never been that traditional domestic Turkish woman": Self, culture, and the dissociative mind  57
Esin Eğit, Ph.D.
The Unconscious: Contemporary Refractions A Short Introduction  87
Pascal Sauvayre, Ph.D. and David Braucher, L.C.S.W, Ph.D.
From Out of Nowhere - The Paradox of Unconscious Experience  89
Warren Wilner, Ph.D.
The Power Principle: The Shame of the Father or The Emperor’s New Clothes  120
David Braucher, L.C.S.W. Ph.D.
Review Essay
Is Psychoanalysis A Circular Firing Squad?: Laurence Kahn’s Psychoanalysis, Apathy, and the Postmodern Patient  149
Charles Levin, Ph.D.
Book Review
Why Does Patriarchy Persist? by Carol Gilligan and Naomi Snider. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press, 2018. 120 pp.  175
Karyne Messina, ED.D.
Book Reviews
Review of Stalker, Hacker, Voyeur, Spy: A Psychoanalytic Study of Erotomania, Voyeurism, Surveillance, and Invasions of Privacy by Helen K. Gediman. London, UK: Routledge. 2018. 244 pp.  182
Rebecca Twersky, M.D.
Issue 2-3
A Note from the Coeditors-in-Chief  189
Susan Fabrick, LCSW and Ruth Livingston, Ph.D.
Introduction: Can We Speak to the Ism in Racism?: Changing the Conversation1  191
Jean Petrucelli, Ph.D.
Getting Next to Ourselves: The Interpersonal Dimensions of Double-Consciousness  201
Michelle Stephens, Ph.D., LP
Sigmund Freud: German “Negro”; H.S. Sullivan: Northern American “White”: Psychoanalysis and “The Fierce Urgency of Now”*  226
Cleonie White, Ph.D.
Racism and Psychoanalysis: How They Affect One Another  245
Mark J. Blechner, Ph.D.
Dangerous Dialogues: Racial Enactment as the Scene of Address  255
Nadine Obeid, Ph.D. and Sarah Schoen, Ph.D.
The Secret Society: Perspectives from a Multiracial Cohort  282
Chanda D. Griffin, LCSW, Rossanna Echegoyén, LCSW and Julie Hyman, LCSW
Through a Glass Darkly: A Personal Journey toward Psychoanalytic Training Through the Contemporary Prism of Race, Diversity, and Inclusion  305
Yuen Chan, LCSW
Outsiderness: A Meditation in Six Visions  330
Gurmeet S. Kanwal, M.D.
Neither Fish nor Fowl: Locating Identity in the Gap between Race and Culture  343
Karen Chuck, JD, LCSW-R
Whiteness and the Psychoanalytic Imagination  353
Michael O’Loughlin, Ph.D.
The Myth of Micro-Aggression  375
Ron Taffel, Ph.D.
Structural Racism Considered: The Women’s Therapy Centre  394
Joanne Clark, LCSW
Principles For Teaching Issues Of Diversity In A Psychoanalytic Context  404
Anton Hart, Ph.D.
Anti-Racism in Our Institutes: Opportunities and Challenges  418
Naomi Snider, LLM
Review of Developmental Perspectives in Child Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, by Christopher Bonovitz and Andrew Harlem (Eds.), London, UK: Routledge, 2018. 312 pp.  438
Robert Bartlett, Ph.D.
Review of Not in My Family: German Memory and Responsibility After the Holocaust: by Roger Frie. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2017. 288 pp.  449
Evelyn Berger Hartman, Ph.D.
Review of Ghost in the human psyche: The Story of a ‘Muslim Armenian’ , by Vamik D. Volkan. Oxfordshire, UK: Phoenix Publishing House Ltd., 2019. 122 pp.  457
Lora Heims Tessman, Ph.D.
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