The Richardson History of Psychiatry Research Seminar – Spring 2010

January 6
Alfred I. Tauber, M.D., Center for Philosophy and History of Science, Boston University.
“Freud, the Reluctant Philosopher”
February 3
Katharina Trede, M.D., Boston University Medical Center.
“Treatise on Insanity in Pregnant, Postpartum, and Lactating Women (1858) by Louis-Victor Marce: A Commentary”
February 17
Linda Hopkins, Ph.D.
“Donald Winnicott and Masud Khan: The Failure of a Long Analysis”
March 3
Laura Hirshbein, M.D., Ph.D., University of Michigan.
“Smoking and Mental Illness: The Tobacco Industry Perspective”
March 17
Eliza Slavet, Ph.D., Department of Literature and Program in Religious Studies,
University of California, San Diego.
“On Racial Fever: Freud and the Jewish Question”
April 7
Bonnie Evans, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of History and Philosophy of Science,
University of Cambridge.
“Mapping the end of mental deficiency legislation: The Subnormal, Psychotic, and Autistic Children of 1960s Britain”
April 21
Bennett Simon, M.D., Harvard Medical School. Aaron Esman Lecture
“From Plato to Mondrian: A Journey towards a Geometry of the Mind (with Optional Excursions to the Book of Ezekiel and to Samuel Beckett)”
May 5
Katja Guenther, M.D., Ph.D., History of Science Program, Princeton University.
“Words as Scalpels: Psychiatry and Neurosurgery in Wilhelmine Germany”
May 19
Anne Harrington, Ph.D.,
Department of the History of Science, Harvard University.
Eric T. Carlson Memorial Lecture: Grand Rounds, Uris Auditorium “Buddhism in the clinic and the lab: from Freud to Fromm to the Dalai Lama.”
Richardson Seminar, Room F1190
“The Inner Lives of Broken Brains: Historical and Contemporary Explorations”
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