'When we revolt it’s not for a particular culture. We revolt simply because, for many reasons, we can no longer breathe' Franz Fanon
Co-hosted with Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis
Saturday 9 October – Sunday 10 October 2021
What can we dare to imagine of a psychoanalysis yet to come? More of the same or the courage to open our minds, hearts and practice? This conference will explore the complex ways in which race percolates through the psychoanalytic project – even if it is often denied. It offers an opportunity to think about how race impacts upon the clinic, our theory-making, access to the treatment and the structures of our institutions and training.
Organised by The Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis in conjunction with the department of Social, Therapeutic and Community Studies (STaCS), Goldsmiths University of London, to coincide with Black History Month.
Wanderley Santos Moreira
This will be a blended conference held online via Zoom with limited personal attendance, depending on Covid restrictions. Details to be confirmed nearer the time.
Tickets can be bought for one or two days, with an early bird discount available until the end of August. We want to make this conference as inclusive as possible so please contact us if you would like to attend but are unable to afford the fee.
Dates & times
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|9 Oct 2021||10:00am - 5:00pm|
|10 Oct 2021||10:00am - 5:30pm|
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