This is a new series introduced in 2013. The focus is on books and articles that have made the history of psychoanalysis, revisited in the light of contemporary psychoanalytical theory and practice.
By Carlos Moguillansky, Gabriela Legorreta
May 09, 2024
The Work of Donald Meltzer Revisited: 100 Years After His Birth returns to and reassesses the contributions of Donald Meltzer, one of the most significant disciples of Melanie Klein and who was deeply inspired by Wilfred Bion. An international selection of leading contributors delves into the work ...
By Carlos Moguillansky, Howard B. Levine
July 21, 2022
Psychoanalysis of the Psychoanalytic Frame Revisited provides an in-depth discussion of José Bleger’s work, broadening current knowledge and focusing on his significant contribution to psychoanalytic thinking. This work should prove especially relevant in considering the implications of changes in ...
By Catalina Bronstein, Edna O'Shaughnessy
July 18, 2017
This book aims at providing further contributions inspired by Bion's paper Attacks on Linking (1959) by a distinguinshed group of scholars who have focused on different aspects of his propositions.Contributors: Christine Anzieu-Premmereur, Rachel B. Blass, Ronald Britton, Catalina Bronstein, Elias ...
By Gennaro Saragnano, Christian Seulin
July 03, 2015
Playing and Reality Revisited is the first volume of a new IPA series dedicated to the greatest writings of psychoanalysis. More than forty years after its publication, Donald W. Winnicott's Playing and Reality is still a source of inspiration for numerous psychoanalysts. The authors have invited ...
By Gail S. Reed, Howard B. Levine
July 19, 2018
André Green was a leading voice in French psychoanalysis, a brilliant thinker and an innovative contributor to our field. His writings sit at the crossroads of contemporary psychoanalysis, where the challenges posed and the opportunities presented by the work of Lacan, Klein, Winnicott and ...