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Volume 88 (2019)

Issue 1
Original Articles
The Genesis of Interpretation Between Subjectivity and Objectivity: Theoretical-clinical Considerations  1
Paolo Fabozzi
Our Symbolic Minds: What Are They Really?  25
Margaret M. Browning
Impasse: Dead Souls  53
Veronica Csillag
The Elusive Good Object  75
Lynne Zeavin
The Museum of No-Return: The Developing Of Self-In-Time In A Retreated Child  95
Anna Migliozzi
The Vanished Last Scream: Winnicott And Bion  111
Ofra Eshel
Henry Miller’s Writing Impasse: Autobiographic Fiction in the Shadow of Psychoanalysis  141
Frank Marra
Brief Communication
Trump Dreams: A Brief Communication  165
Eugene Mahon
In Memoriam
Roy Schafer, Ph.D. 1922 – 2018  173
Robert Michels
Book Review Essay
Eros is Alive and Well, Still  175
Rosemary H. Balsam
Correction
Notice of Correction  197
 
Book Reviews
Journeys in Psychoanalysis: The Selected Works of Elizabeth Spillius  199
Stephen D. Purcell
The Neuroscientist Who Lost Her Mind: My Tale of Madness and Recovery  204
Martin A. Silverman
Entering Night Country: Psychoanalytic Reflections on Loss and Resilience  212
Anne Adelman
Freud, an Intellectual Biography  219
Ralph H. Beaumont
Sigmund Freud- Briefe an Jeanne Lampl-de Groot 1921-1939. (Sigmund Freud, Letters to Jeanne Lampl-de Groot 1921-1939)  228
Rita K. Teusch
Cinematic Reflections on the Legacy of the Holocaust: Psychoanalytic Perspectives  240
Richard M. Waugaman
Freud and Monotheism: Moses and the Violent Origins of Religion  243
Arnold D. Richards
Issue 2
Target Article
Abusive Relations and Traumatic Development: Marginal Notes on a Clinical Case  251
Maria Grazia Oldoini
Commentaries
Unlaid Ghosts: A Discussion Of Maria Grazia Oldoini's “Abusive Relations and Traumatic Development: Marginal Notes on a Clinical Case”  277
Rodrigo Barahona
Rendering the Repetition: Discussion of “Abusive Relations and Traumatic Development: Marginal Notes on a Clinical Case” by Maria Grazia Oldoini  297
Stuart A. Pizer
Response
Response to Commentaries on “Abusive Relations and Traumatic Development: Marginal Notes on a Clinical Case”  309
Maria Grazia Oldoini
Psychic Song and Dance: Dissociation and Duets in the Analysis of Trauma  315
Stephen D. Purcell
Castration, Circumcision, Binding: Fathers and Agents of Socially Accepted Violence  349
Efrat Even-Tzur and Uri Hadar
“England Hath Long Been Mad”: Declamatory Outcry and Prescient Dream in Richard III  377
Melvin R. Lansky
Book Review Essay
An Expansion of Intersubjective Theory: Beyond Doer and Done To: Recognition Theory, Intersubjectivity and the Third. By Jessica Benjamin  405
Robert Ehrlich
A WOMB OF HER OWN: WOMEN’S STRUGGLE FOR SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE AUTONOMY. Edited by Ellen Toronto, JoAnn Ponder, Kristin Davisson, and Maurine Kelber Kelly. London: Routledge, 2017.242 pp.  427
Rosemary Balsam
FREEDOM TO CHOOSE: TWO SYSTEMS OF SELF-REGULATION. By Jack Novick and Kerry Kelly Novick. Astoria, NY: International Psychoanalytic Books, 2016. 236 pp.  434
Carol W. Coutu
FEMININE LAW: FREUD, FREE SPEECH AND THE VOICE OF DESIRE. By Jill Gentile with Michael Macrone. London: Karnac, 2016. 290 pp.  438
Richard Reichbart
DIVORCE: EMOTIONAL IMPACT AND THERAPEUTIC INTERVENTIONS. Edited by Salman Akhtar, Lanham, MD, Rowman and Littlefield, 2017. 140 pp.  441
Susan L. Donner
THE MINDBRAIN AND DREAMS: AN EXPLORATION OF DREAMING, THINKING AND ARTISTIC CREATION. By Mark Blechner. London & New York: Routledge, 2018. 340 pp.  446
Aaron H. Esman
Book Reviews
MOURNING FREUD. By Madelon Sprengnether. New York: Bloomsbury, 2018. 288 pp.  447
Richard M. Waugaman, (CHEVY CHASE, MD)
Issue 3
Editorial
Editor’s Introduction  455
Jay Greenberg
Target Article
The Intergenerational Transmission of Holocaust Trauma: A Psychoanalytic Theory Revisited  461
By Robin Pollack Gomolin
Commentaries
The Enduring Psychological Legacies of Genocidal Trauma: Commentary on “The Intergenerational Transmission of Holocaust Trauma: A Psychoanalytic Theory Revisited”  501
By Sam Gerson
Could I Be Mistaken? The Problem of Personal Knowledge in Psychoanalytic Theory: Commentary on Robin Gomolin’s “The Intergenerational Theory of Holocaust Trauma: A Psychoanalytic Theory Revisited”  513
BY Jane V. Kite
Holocaust Studies and the Nature of Evidence: Commentary on Gomolin’s “The Intergenerational Transmission of Holocaust Trauma: A Psychoanalytic Theory Revisited”  525
by Ilany Kogan
Survival, Recovery, Mourning, and Intergenerational Transmission of Experience: A Discussion of Gomolin’s Paper  541
By Anna Ornstein, Sharone Ornstein and Jeffrey Halpern
When Trauma Tears The Fabric of Attachment: Discussion of “The Intergenerational Transmission of Holocaust Trauma: A Psychoanalytic Theory Revisited”  563
By Jill Salberg
Rejoinder
Response to Commentaries on “The Intergenerational Transmission Of Holocaust Trauma: A Psychoanalytic Theory Revisited”  583
Robin Pollack Gomolin
In Memoriam
Shelley Orgel, M.D. 1928-2018  601
Lynne Zeavin
Announcement
Editor Search Announcement  607
 
Correction
Correction  609
 
Book Review Essay
Book Review Essay: Intimacy and Separateness in Psychoanalysis by Warren S. Poland. New York: Routledge, 2017. 206 pp.  611
Steven H. Goldberg
Book Reviews
The Known, The Secret, The Forgotten: A Memoir  635
Martin A. Silverman
Chimeras and Other Writings: Selected Papers of Sheldon Bach  641
Richard Reichbart
Asperger's Children: Psychodynamics, Aetiology, Diagnosis, and Treatment  647
William M. Singletary
The Developmental Science of Early Childhood: Clinical Applications of Infant Mental Health Concepts From Infancy Through Adolescence  658
Robin L. Turner
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