Faculty and student scholars will engage in a symposium exploring Sigmund Freud’s insights and impact in a variety of cultural contexts. Keynote speaker Sander Gilman, director of the Psychoanalytic Studies Program at Emory University, will deliver a public lecture titled “Electrotherapy Then and Now: Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Treatments in Psychiatry.”
‘Music & Psychoanalysis’ – 1:30 p.m.
“My Voice Will Go With You”
Directed by Karl Nussbaum. Music by John Aylward.
“Lacan” by Matt Malsky
Performed by QX: Krista Buckland Reisner, Rohan Gregory, Peter Sulski, Jan Müller-Szeraws.
The seminar is coordinated by Clark Professor Robert Tobin, Henry J. Leir Chair in Foreign Languages and Cultures.
Excerpt from Clark University Website