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Freud and Egypt: Between Oedipus and the Sphinx - 12/10/2019, London (England)

17.08.2019

 

Egypt played a prominent role in Freud’s personal life and writings. From his childhood encounter with the Phillipson Bible, through his psychobiography of Leonardo da Vinci (in which the Egyptian goddess Mut becomes a key to the artist’s sexual and creative identity) to his final work Moses and Monotheism in which he makes the scandalous claim that Moses was not a Jew but an Egyptian. Accompanying the exhibition at the Freud Museum in London, this conference explores the themes of Egyptomania, sexuality, death and psychoanalysis.

 


FECHA/DATE/DATA: 12/10/2019

 

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: The Freud Museum, 20 Maresfield Gardens, (London, England)

 

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Ivan Ward

 

INFO: web - ivan@freud.org.uk


INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE: £40 - £65

 

A limited number of bursaries are available for NHS mental health service users and applicants on low incomes or UK benefits. The bursary tickets are £15. Please apply to Ivan Ward on ivan@freud.org.uk

 

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA:

 

Speakers

Miriam Leonard (UCL) Introduction

 

Simon Goldhill (Cambridge)

Digging the Dirt: Freud's archaeology and the lure of Egypt

 

Daniel Orrells (Kings College London)

Freud and Leonardo in Egypt

 

Phiroze Vasunia (UCL)

Egyptomania before Freud

 

Claus Jurman (Birmingham)

Egyptology in Vienna

 

Griselda Pollock (Leeds)

Freud’s Egyptian Moses, Mummies, Mothers and other Revenants: A Political-Cultural Reading

 

Joan Raphael Leff (Anna Freud Center)

Speculations on the pre-oedipal significance of Egypt for Freud.

 

Michael Eaton (Nottingham)

Discussing his research in writing a new play about Freud and Petrie

 

 

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