Lynn M. Somers reviews Louise Bourgeois, Freud’s Daughter (Yale University Press, 2021) by Philip Larratt-Smith, with an essay by Juliet Mitchell. In a welcome effort to foreground the material objects over the admittedly fascinating biography of
Laura Cushing-Harries reviews The Distance Cure: A History of Teletherapy (The MIT Press, 2021) by Hannah Zeavin. Since Breuer and Freud first coined the phrase the ‘talking cure’ at the end of the nineteenth century, therapy
Performance artist Professor Laura González on paying attention to the hysteric utterance Hysteria is a condition that has been diagnosed since before Hippocrates’ time. In Ancient Egypt, a papyrus recorded an illness in which
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