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Volume 17 (2020)

Issue 1
Editor's Note
Editor's Note: 17:1  3
Nadia Ramzy, Ph.D.
Research Articles
Cultural Determinants in Winnicott's Developmental Theories  6
Karim G. Dajani
FIRST STEPS: Psychoanalytically Based Prevention Projects for Migrant and Refugee Families in Belgium and Germany  22
Judith Lebiger-Vogel, Constanze Rickmeyer, Korinna Fritzemeyer, Nora Hettich, Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber and Patrick Meurs
Psychoanalysis and Public Health: Potential for Integration?  39
Paul C. Holinger, Neal E. Spira, Denia Barrett and Thomas F. Barrett
Birth of a Nation-State: A Battle for Boundaries or Dialogue?  49
Hana Salaam Abdel-Malek
Working with the Nine Percent: The “Meritocracy” of Financialized Capitalism  65
Kenneth Eisold
Commentary: International News
Bubbling Cauldron of Hate-Envy-Fury: Playgrounds of Splitting and Projection  77
Rakesh Shukla
Issue 2 - Settler Colonialism: The Palestinian/Israeli Case
Issue Editor: Martin Kemp
Editor's Introduction to the Special Issue: Settler Colonialism: The Palestinian/Israeli Case  87
Martin Kemp
Research Articles
The Psychoanalytic Encounter with Settler Colonialism in Palestine/Israel  93
Martin Kemp
Gun to Body: Mental Health against Unchilding  126
Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian
Handcuffed Protectors? Palestinian Fatherhood-Protection Unlocking its Chains  146
Abeer Otman
From Sumud to Intifada: Supporting Non-Violent Action to Enhance Mental Health  165
David Harrold
The Settlers' Town is a Strongly Built Town: Fanon in Palestine  183
Stephen Sheehi and Lara Sheehi
Silencing Palestine: Limitations on Free Speech within Mental Health Organizations  193
Elizabeth Berger and Samah Jabr
Issue 3 - Special Issue: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Domestic Violence and Coercive Control
Issue Editor: Stephanie Brandt
Editor's Introduction to the Special Issue: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Domestic Violence and Coercive Control  211
Stephanie Brandt, M.D.
Research Articles
A Psychoanalytic Perspective on Victims of Domestic Violence and Coercive Control  215
Stephanie Brandt, M.D. and Marie Rudden
The Long Shadow of Violence: The Impact of Exposure to Intimate Partner Violence in Infancy and Early Childhood  232
Isabelle Mueller and Ed Tronick
Battered Mothers and Children in the Courts: A Lawyer's View  246
Lisa Fischel-Wolovick
The Coercive Control of Daniel and Magdalena Lucek: A Case of Child Abuse as Tangential Spouse Abuse  262
Evan Stark, Ph.D., M.S.W.
Issue 4
Editor's Note
Editor's Note 17:4  279
Nadia Ramzy, Ph.D.
Research Articles
Petro-Masculinity and Climate Change Denial among White, Politically Conservative American Males  282
Joshua Nelson
Screen Confessions: The Test Case of “Breaking the Silence”  296
Dana Amir and Nehama HaCohen
A Psychoanalytic and Qualitative Research on Immigrants' “Left-Behind” Children: “I Understand Why They Left, but Why Did They Leave?”  313
Lida Anagnostaki and Alexandra Zaharia
Lullabies and Unconscious Maternal Phantasies: An Exploratory and Comparative Study of Traditional and Contemporary Songs  328
Henrique T. Vicente, Ana Alexandra G. Grasina, Cristina P. Vieira and Carlos Farate
In Focus
Friendly Fire: Shakespeare's Accidental Enemies, a Review of the Shakespeare Authorship Controversy  345
Richard M. Waugaman
Editor's Note  361
The Firing Squad: A Comment upon “Friendly Fire”  362
Paul Menzer
Who Wrote Shakespeare? A Response to Richard Waugaman  365
Madelon Sprengnether
Does it Matter That Freud Thought Shakespeare Was the Earl of Oxford?  369
Allen R. Dyer
Orthodoxy Affirmed  372
Alan H. Nelson
Reply to Commentaries  376
Richard M. Waugaman
Film and Theater Review and Commentary
Film Editor's Introductory Comment to Leave No Trace (2018)  380
Bruce H. Sklarew, M.D.
Traces of Nature and Nurture in the Movie Leave No Trace (2018)  381
Cassidy Cooper, DO and Salman Akhtar, M.D.
In Memoriam
“Bruce Sklarew (1932-2020): In Memoriam”  386
Richard M. Waugaman
Acknowledgment to Reviewers  388
Marie Rudden and Nadia Ramzy
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