Jamieson Webster at Night of Philosophy: Anxiety Anxiety Anxiety!

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Mari Ruti: “The Disenchanted: Queer Theory between Negativity and Flourishing”

Summary by Evan Malater: Congratulations to Jill Gentile and the Ferenczi Center for their rousing event with Mari Ruti on Queer Theory and Penis Envy! By all indications it was a success. Not only was the hall completely packed but the level of engagement by the audience was impressive. Ruti’s audience seemed composed of many psychoanalysts but also those well versed in critical theory, affect theory and queer theory, not to mention Lacanian and relational theory. Ruti began with a talk called “The Disenchanted: Queer Negativity and Flourishing.” Here she took aim at what she sees as the tiresome trend in queer theory to valorize abjection, failure and the pulverization of the subject. Ruti is herself a longtime reader of Lacan, Derrida, Deleuze and all the usual suspects but nevert...Read More

The Candidate Journal (Issue 7): “The Candidate, Barred”

It is our pleasure to announce the online release of Issue 7 of The Candidate Journal, titled “The Candidate, Barred.” Under the new editorial board, this issue of the journal considered questions that implicitly underlie the journal’s formation and perspective: that is, the notion of psychoanalytic candidacy and what is implied or assumed in being a candidate. Click here to read Issue 7 of The Candidate Journal: ” The Candidate, Barred” Editors: Anna Fishzon, PhD, Emma Lieber, PhD, Olga Poznansky, PhD TABLE OF CONTENTS: THE CANDIDATE JOURNAL Volume 7 The Candidate,” or, “The Candidate, Barred INTRODUCTION 1 Editors’ Introduction Anna Fishzon, PhD, Emma Lieber, PhD, and Olga Poznansky, PhD THEORIZING TRAINING 8 Training and Time Jared Russell, PhD 16 Questions Raise...Read More

Schreber Live! Patrick Scanlon “Granted – From Glory to Grandeur”

This expanded cinema piece explores the materiality of light in the shadow of Schreber’s Memoirs. Additionally, the character of Judge Schreber is represented in costume, encouraging spectators to play with the film itself, refracting and reflecting the projector’s rays of light. Costume by Bekah Carey, a costume designer/wig maker for Eastman School of Music and Geva Theater in Rochester, working in New York City. Photos by Kyle Corea, a filmmaker who works with video, 16mm, and Super 8mm in New York City. Click here to read performance text

Schreber Live! Felix Bernstein, Patricia Gherovici, Gabe Rubin, and Jamieson Webster “The Trans-migration of the Body of Schreber into a Woman”

A planned interruption of the body of Schreber as it trans-migrates into the body. Click here to read the performance text

Schreber Live! Jonathan Dextrixhe “In Celebration of Father Schreber”

Schreber’s early development as a subject of his father’s child-rearing techniques are considered, along with questions about whether appreciating Schreber requires vilifying his caretakers. Jon Detrixhe (dee-trick) is a clinical psychologist with a private practice in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. He is an adjunct professor in the clinical phd program at Long Island University, Brooklyn, and a supervisor in the university clinics at LIU and City College. Click here to read text of talk

Schreber Live! Kathleen DelMar Miller – A Variation on Memoirs of My Mental Illness

Kathleen DelMar Miller is a poet and psychotherapist in private practice. Her writing has been published in several journals and anthologies. She is an analytic candidate in training at ICP. Click here to read poem

Schreber Live! Michelle Castaneda “Dipping the Game”

Schreber’s concepts and voices appear, disappear, cajole, incite, and command according to their own individualized logics. In this short play, those logics drive the narrative as characters like So-What Party and Buttocks in the Mirror attempt to resolve the question of they didn’t let me use the scales. The play text is based on Schreber’s language (half-digested by the stomach acids of Susan Lori-Parks, Luce Irigaray, and Thomas Hobbes). Audience members are invited to volunteer to take roles in the reading of the play, which Michelle will direct “live.” Michelle Castaneda is a performance artist, scholar, and activist who works at the intersection of performance and law. She is currently writing a PhD dissertation on the theatricality of immigration law and is active in the Sanctuary ...Read More

Schreber Live! Henry Lothane – Scholarly Writings

Click here to read “In Defense of Schreber: Postscript 1933” Click here to read “Schreber’s Ecstasies, or Who Ever Listened to Schreber?” Click here to read “The teachings of honorary professor of psychiatry Daniel Paul Schreber J.D. to psychiatrists and psychoanalysts, or dramatology’s challenge to psychiatry and psychoanalysts” Click here to read “Romancing Psychiatry: Paul Schreber, Otto Gross, Oskar Panizza – Personal, Social, and Forensic Aspects”    

Schreber Live! Forecourts of Heaven (Scholarly Interventions)

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Schreber Live! Emma Lieber “Bellowing Presidents”

How are presidents nominated and named? How do they speak? I will argue that Trump’s language is far more confined than the supposedly psychotic productions of Schreber. In fact, compared to Schreber, Trump’s language is a prison of linguistic confinement. Emma Lieber is a psychoanalyst-in-training and literary scholar whose critical and creative work has appeared in The Point Magazine, New England Review, Massachusetts Review, LA Review of Books, and various academic and psychoanalytic publications. Click here to read text of talk

Schreber Live! Luce DeLire “Milk that Goat – Freud, Kant, Schreber”

Milk that Goat – An Essay Film by Luce deLire The project: In a curious passage of his analysis of the memoir of the psychotic Daniel Paul Schreber, Sigmund Freud quotes Immanuel Kant as follows: “In Schreber’s system the two principal elements of his delusions (his transformation into a woman and his favoured relation to God) are linked in his assumption of a feminine attitude towards God. It will be an unavoidable part of our task to show that there is an essential genetic relation between these two elements. Otherwise our attempts at elucidating Schreber’s delusions will leave us in the absurd position described in Kant’s famous simile in the Critique of Pure Reason—we shall be like a man holding a sieve under a he-goat while some one else milks it.“ Freud, CW XII, p.3...Read More

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