A New Podcast with Susie Orbach
Thursday, 7 March
Beyond the Couch: Psychoanalyst Perspectives with Susie Orbach
The Brent Centre presents an enlightening evening with Susie Orbach, where we’ll delve into fascinating psychoanalyst perspectives.
Freud Museum London 20 Maresfield Gardens London NW3 5SX
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BBC Radio 4
FORTHCOMING BOOK BY PROFESSOR KAHR.
Visit: https://firingthemind.com/product/9781800131903/ for more information
“New Books in Psychoanalysis”
To mark the publication of Professor Brett Kahr’s newest book, Freud’s Pandemics: Surviving Global War, Spanish Flu, and the Nazis, the Swiss psychiatrist Dr. med. Sebastian Thrul has conducted a full interview with Kahr, which offers insights into how Sigmund Freud handled the multiple pandemics of his own lifetime and how he would have advised our governments and our health care specialists had he been alive today during the twenty-first century.
This podcast is Kahr’s third appearance on “New Books in Psychoanalysis”. The New Books Network had previously interviewed him about two of his other publications, namely, How to Flourish as a Psychotherapist and, also, Bombs in the Consulting Room: Surviving Psychological Shrapnel.
The New Books Network has recognised that Kahr’s latest title will be of interest not only to members of the psychoanalysis community but, also, to those from other disciplines; consequently, the podcast has been posted not only on “New Books in Psychoanalysis” but, also, on “New Books in Biography”, “New Books in German Studies”, “New Books in History”, “New Books in Intellectual History”, and “New Books in Jewish Studies”.
Kahr’s book is the inaugural title in the new “Freud Museum London Series”, published by Karnac Books of London (an imprint of Confer Limited), in association with Freud Museum London.
To listen to the podcast, please click on either of the following links:
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In June, 2022, Professor Brett Kahr spoke at the Chalke Valley History Festival in Broadchalke, near Salisbury, in Wiltshire, about “Are We All Mad?: The History of the Human Mind, its Brilliance, and its Frailties”. He had the privilege to participate in an “in conversation” with the distinguished novelist, Sebastian Faulks, author of a gripping novel on nineteenth-century psychiatry called Human Traces.
After the conversation about the past, present, and future of “madness” with Mr. Faulks, Kahr enjoyed meeting many of the guests at a Waterstone’s book-signing.
The esteemed B.B.C. broadcaster has recently interviewed Brett Kahr about his book on Freud’s Pandemics: Surviving Global War, Spanish Flu, and the Nazis, as well as such topics as the nature of self-destructive behaviour and other-destructive behaviour during the coronavirus pandemic.
Here are the links to the podcast, available both on Chrissie Pollard’s website and, also, on YouTube.
With Susie Orbach
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