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Wednesday
May132009

An event to interest AnyBodies...

 

Book graffiti courtesy of Silas

THE FALSE BODY: PSYCHOANALYSIS AND CORPOREALITY

A conference to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the publication of Susie

Orbach’s classic book Fat is a Feminist Issue, and to explore new ideas about

body-image and how we become embodied.

SPEAKERS

BRETT KAHR

Freud’s Body: From Hysterical Paralysis to Relational Skin

CATHERINE BAKER-PITTS (USA)

Psychoanalysis and Cosmetic Surgery

VALERIE SINASON

“How Many Bodies Come into the Consulting Room in Cases of Severe Trauma?”

SUSIE ORBACH

Is Fat Still a Feminist Issue?

In Conversation with Valerie Sinason and Brett Kahr

FREUD MUSEUM PUBLIC PROGRAMME

Day Conference Saturday 27 June 2009 10am - 4pm

REGISTRATION

£60 Full Price / £45 Students and Concessions

(£5 discount for Friends of The Freud Museum)

Please send a cheque payable to The Freud Museum:

Conference Secretary, The Freud Museum, 20 Maresfield Gardens,

London NW3 5SX

Tel: 020 7435 2002 Email: info@freud.org.uk

OR REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.FREUD.ORG.UK

Please include your name, address, profession, email and telephone no.

Reader Comments (1)

Thanks for your informative words. Why should we struggle to fit into an unhealthy view of femininity. It pushes women into spending far too much time worrying about how they look/what they wear rather than getting on with life. And it's just plain wrong.
Thank you!
January 14, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterGeorgina_writes

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