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|Ressourcentyp||Konferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien|
|Titel||Freud in Translation, Freud in Transition|
|Beschreibung||It is sometimes argued that psychoanalysis, now over a century old if we count from The Interpretation of Dreams (1900) and widely diffused in popularised forms in today’s ‘therapy society’, has run its course as a source of theoretical debate. Within the UK academy, it has had difficulty achieving recognition, since its claims to scientific validity are often disputed, and it is institutionally recognised only in a few departments, poised between social sciences and pure theory. At the same time, as a way of asking questions, it is thriving as never before: in psychoanalytic bodies, at least 20 of which exist in London alone, which train practitioners amid full programmes of seminars, conferences etc; in countries outside the UK, such as Argentina or France, in which psychoanalysis continues to play a marked role in intellectual life; and in UK research practice in the arts & humanities. It is this conjuncture of continuing debate that the new IGRS Network will map and develop.
The Network opens at the close of the Freud anniversary year with an international conference, Freud in Translation, Freud in Transition. Based on the principle of exploration and debate, this Conference brings together the widest possible group of interested people – clinicians, academics, translators, practising artists, arts and humanities theorists, from three continents – and consists of workshops, an arts event, and eight plenaries. All sections are fully participatory, including the plenaries, at each of which a panel of four speakers will open discussion by introducing the issues that they consider of most urgent concern, and debate will then be open to the floor.
Plenary speakers include (alphabetically): Sally Alexander, David Bell, Julia Borossa, John Forrester, Elsbeth Greven, Mary Jacobus, Sharon Kivland, Darian Leader, Juliet Flower MacCannell, Griselda Pollock, Jane Rendell, Andrea Sabbadini, Joseph Schwartz and Edward Timms.
On the basis of the questions raised at the November Conference, eight seminars will run throughout 2007 in London, Cambridge and Edinburgh, and the Network will close in January 2008 with a Concluding Conference that will both sum up and lead forward to the next stage: publications, further projects etc. The IGRS is working with two official Project Partners, the Freud Museum in London and the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) in Cambridge; through its Core Advisory Group it also has direct links with the BPAS/IPA, BPC, CentreCATH Leeds, CFAR, the Humanities and Arts Research Centre (HARC) RHUL, the Scottish Institute of Human Relations (SIHR) Edinburgh, The Site, and the Wimbledon College of Art.
Draft programme as at 3 August 2006
Friday 24 November 2006
Registration and reception
PLENARY 1: Issues of translation
A panel involved in the question of Freud and multilingualism will introduce general issues.
Speakers: Jacqueline Amati, Michèle Cornillot, Elsbeth Greven, Andrew Webber
Chair: Kirsty Hall
PLENARY 2: Key words
A number of key terms will form the basis for comparison and debate: what have been the effects of the varying translations of terms such as ...
- Besetzung, cathexis, investissement, carica/investimento, carga
- das Unheimliche, the uncanny, l'inquiétante étrangeté, il perturbante, lo siniestro
- Ich, Es, ego, id, moi, ça, io, es, yo, ello
- nachträglich, deferred, après-coup, posteriore, posterior
- seelisch/psychisch, psychic, psychique, psichico/mentale, psíquico
- Trieb, instinct/drive, pulsion, istinto, instinto
- Übertragung, transference, transfert, transfert/traslazione, trasferencia
- Verdrängung, repression, refoulement, rimozione, represión
Speakers: Jorge Castro, Darian Leader, Joseph Schwartz, Edward Timms
Chair: Naomi Segal
1.00 -2.30 pm
Lunch. Please make your own arrangements
Four groups -- English French, Italian and Spanish -- will look at Freud's Der Dichter und das Fantasieren [Creative Writers and Daydreaming], translated into these four languages, focusing the first few pages, up to 'als kindisch und als unerlaubt' [childish and illicit]. Each group will be led by two people who are fluent in the target language and in German.
PLENARY 3: Report/discussion
EVENT: Psychoanalysis without words
An interactive 'marketplace' of psychoanalysis and the creative arts.
Artists: Simon Bayly, Marta Csabai, Ernst Fischer, Sharon Kivland, Simon Morris
Liz Pavey, Jane Rendell, Phoebe von Held and others
Curators : Sharon Kivland, Malcolm Quinn
7.30 - 8.30
Saturday 25 November 2006
Registration and welcome
PLENARY 4: Psychoanalysis and the arts
This will draw on the events of the preceding evening, theorising them and setting them in the context of psychoanalytic art practice.
Speakers: Griselda Pollock, Jane Rendell, Caroline Rooney, Lucia Ruprecht
Chair: Malcolm Quinn
PLENARY 5: Pedagogy and practice
Current debates on psychoanalysis's own pedagogy; who is authorised to teach whom, and its place in the academy, etc
Speakers: Julia Borossa, Andrew Cooper, Anthony Molino, Laurence Spurling
Chair: Amy Wygant
Lunch. Please make your own arrangements.
PLENARY 6 Psychoanalysis and politics
Issues of the day, for example, the 'war on terror', globalisation, gender and generation, violence - and 'what is to be done?'
Speakers: David Bell, Isabel Capelli, Juliet Flower MacCannell, Barry Richards,
Chair: Ahuvia Kahane
PLENARY 7: Histories and transmissions
The histories of psychoanalysis, and the use of psychoanalysis in the study of history, plus archiving and passing on, the in/visibility of psychoanalysis in various times and places, etc.
Speakers: Sally Alexander, Antal Bokay, John Forrester, Ken Robinson
Chair: Mary Jacobus
5.30 - 6.30
PLENARY 8: Round-up/plans for the Network
Please note that space at the dinner is limited and allocated on a first come, first served basis. The dinner must be booked and paid for by Friday 10 November. See registration details http://igrs.sas.ac.uk/events/reg_freud.htm
Sunday 26 November 2006
Film screening of Steven Spielberg's Duel
Delegates staying are invited to a presentation of Steven Spielberg's Duel (1971) at the ICA
Please note that space at the screening is limited, is allocated on a first come, first served basis and must be booked and paid for by Friday 10 November. See registration details http://igrs.sas.ac.uk/events/reg_freud.htm
THE NEXT EVENT OF THIS NETWORK WILL BE
An international one-day Exploratory Workshop on Saturday 27 January 2007:
'New Issues in psychoanalysis in French, German, Italian, Spanish & Portuguese'
For further details/registration, please visit http://igrs.sas.ac.uk/events/prog_freud1.htm
INSTITUTE OF GERMANIC & ROMANCE STUDIES
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|Quelle der Beschreibung||Information des Anbieters|
|Person||Name: Lewin, Jane
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|Schlüsselbegriffe||Komparatistik (Kulturvergleich, Interkulturelle Literaturwissenschaft); Literatur 1880 - 1945|
|Klassifikation||16.00.00 Jahrhundertwende (1880-1914) > 16.03.00 Geistes- und Kulturgeschichte; 16.00.00 Jahrhundertwende (1880-1914) > 16.05.00 Österreich; 16.00.00 Jahrhundertwende (1880-1914) > 16.14.00 Stoffe. Motive. Themen; 16.00.00 Jahrhundertwende (1880-1914) > 16.15.00 Zu einzelnen Autoren; 18.00.00 20. Jahrhundert (1945-1989) > 18.12.00 Österreich; 18.00.00 20. Jahrhundert (1945-1989) > 18.12.00 Österreich > 18.12.03 Geistes- und Kulturgeschichte|
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