Analytic Agora – Issue 1
The Analytic Agora is a peer-reviewed psychoanalytic journal, published annually, which aims at promoting awareness of psychoanalysis – as a placeholder – in social bonds, with the view to setting up an open but critical space for debates between different schools of psychoanalytic thought, outside the dogmatism of regulatory bodies and partisan training organisations.
Paulo Beer, Cristiane Izumi Nakagawa, Danielle Teixeira Gimenes, Fabio Carezzato, Yuri Nishijima Azeredo
Listening to crisis and more: some issues with an emergency psychological service offered to marginalised social movements during the COVID-19 outbreak in Brazil
Daniel Bristow & Thomas Hobson
Avoidance and the plague: Interdisciplinary reflections
Location of disturbance: A group analyst perspective on BLM and impact of COVID-19 on the BAME community
The body in crisis: How can psychoanalysis respond to the pandemic?
Twelve lessons from Freud-Marxism
The new normal: from deprivation to dispossession in India
The psychological effect of racism
Normal people in abnormal times: How a TV show rocked the Irish pandemic lockdown… and other fantasies
Publisher: The College of Psychoanalysts-UK
Published: March 2022
Dimensions: 14 x 1.80 x 22cm