Psychoanalysis Podcasts

A collection of podcasts from events and workshops held at Birkbeck that focused on the theme of psychoanalysis. 

More information on the Psychoanalysis Working Group

Full list of podcasts from all BISR events

Jessica Benjamin, Beyond Doer and Done To (2017) – Public Panel Discussion

Jessica Benjamin in Conversation with Lynne Segal

When the Heart Can't Contain What the Mind Can See: Psychosocial Research on Human Engagement with Climate Change - Various Speakers

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The Last Asylum: A Memoir of Madness in Our Times - Discussing the Issues - Barbara Taylor, David Bell, Stephen Frosh, Rex Haigh and Lynne Segal

Psychoanalysis as Epistemology: Psycho-Social Methods Since 'Doing Qualitative Research Differently' - Wendy Hollway

Interrogating "the Social Unconscious" - Earl Hopper

Sites of Conflict: Psycho-Political Resistance in Israel-Palestine - Various Speakers

  • Sites of Conflict: Psycho-Political Resistance in Israel-Palestine
  • 15th & 16th October 2009
  • Speakers: Mohamed Altawil; Nissim Avissar; Sami Awaida;  Jessica Benjamin; Tova Buksbaum; Bea Campbell; Stan Cohen; Stephen Frosh; Uri Hadar; Seamas Heaney; Maureen Hetherington; Samah Jabr; Ghada Karmi; Adah Kay; Yehudit Keshet; Keith Kahn-Harris; Richard Kuper; Elana Lakh; Moshe Landsman; Tony Lerman; Sheila Melzak; Mohamad Mukhaimar; Rateb Abu Rahmeh; Jacqueline Rose; Jihan Salem; Andrew Samuels;  Eyad el Sarraj; Lynne Segal; Felicity de Zulueta

Mobile Lives, Digital Emotions - Anthony Elliott

  • Mobile Lives, Digital Emotions
  • 8th November 2010
  • Anthony Elliott is Chair of Sociology at Flinders University, Australia; Visiting Research Professor at the Open University, UK, and from 2010-2013 Visiting Professor at University College Dublin, Ireland.  He is a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, and his writings have been published in sixteen languages.  His recent books include Making The Cut (2008), Contemporary Social Theory: An Introduction (2009), The New Individualism (2009, 2E, with Charles Lemert) and Mobile Lives (2010, with John Urry). He is the editor of The Routledge Companion to Social Theory (2010) and is coeditor of Globalization: A Reader (2010)