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Trauma, Trust, and Memory Social Trauma and Reconciliation in Psychoanalysis, Psychotherapy, and Cultural Memory

By Andreas Hamburger Copyright 2018
    302 Pages
    by Routledge

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    Trauma is one of the most important topics discussed throughout the clinical, social and cultural field. Social traumatization, as we meet it in the aftermath of genocide, war and persecution, is targeted at whole groups and thus affects the individual's immediate holding environment, cutting it off from an important resilience factor; further on, social trauma is implemented in a societal context, thus involving the surrounding society in the traumatic process. Both conditions entail major consequences for the impact and prognosis of the resulting individual posttraumatic disorders as well as for the social and cultural consequences. The volume connects clinical and epidemiological studies on the sequelae of social trauma to reflections from social psychology and the humanities. Post-war and post-dictatorial societies are in particular marked by the effects of massive, large group traumatization, and if these are not acknowledged, explored, and mourned, the unprocessed cumulative trauma that has become deeply embedded in the collective memory leads to periodical reactivations. To address social trauma, an interdisciplinary approach is required.

    PREFACE AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- ABOUT THE EDITOR AND CONTRIBUTORS INTRODUCTION -- Social trauma research in a collaborative network -- Andreas Hamburger -- PART I -- GENOCIDE AND PERSECUTION ARE NOT EARTHQUAKES: THE CONCEPT OF SOCIAL TRAUMA -- Introduction to Part I CHAPTER ONE -- From earthquakes to ethnic cleansing: massive trauma and its individualised and societal consequences -- Vamik Volkan -- CHAPTER TWO -- New thoughts on genocidal trauma -- Andreas Hamburger -- CHAPTER THREE -- Psychological theory and therapy of traumatic memory Sabina Alispahic -- PART II -- COPING WITH SOCIAL TRAUMA CULTURALLY AND INDIVIDUALLY -- Introduction to Part II -- CHAPTER FOUR Psychoanalysis by surprise -- Mark Solms -- CHAPTER FIVE -- Bosnia and Herzegovina as the stage for three parallel and conflicted historical memories: is Bosnia and Herzegovina a "failed state"? -- Dubravko LovrenoviC -- CHAPTER SIX -- Narratives in the family: history spoken and elided—theoretical considerations and initial observations on a Bulgarian sample -- Camellia Hancheva -- CHAPTER SEVEN -- A user-centred approach to helping women survivors of war rape in Bosnia and Herzegovina -- Amra DeliC and Esmina AvdibegoviC -- CHAPTER EIGHT -- Who should be held responsible for war crimes? -- Sara RistiC -- CHAPTER NINE -- Genocide can be mourned: the wager of psychoanalysis in Bosnia and Herzegovina -- Damir ArsenijeviC and Emin EminagiC -- PART III -- CLINICAL PERSPECTIVES ON SOCIAL TRAUMA -- Introduction to Part III -- CHAPTER TEN -- In the shadow of the Obersalzberg: the daughter of an SS officer -- Horst Kdohele -- CHAPTER ELEVEN -- Psychopathology and resident status—comparing asylum seekers, refugees, irregular migrants, labour migrants, and residents -- Martina Heeren, Lutz Wittmann, Ulrike Ehlert, Ulrioh Sohnyder, Thomas Maier, and Julia Mtiller -- CHAPTER TWELVE Trauma and attachment -- Anna BuChheim -- CHAPTER THIRTEEN -- Attachment in students from cities of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia -- Tatjana StefanoviC StanojeviC and Jasmina NedeljkoviC -- CHAPTER FOURTEEN -- Attachment in postwar societies of the former Yugoslavia -- Vladimir Hedrih, Marija PejiciC, and Ivana PedoviC -- CHAPTER FIFTEEN -- Attachment and mentalization in war veterans with and without post-traumatic stress disorder -- Vedrana BerlekoviC and Aleksandar DimitrijeviC -- CHAPTER SIXTEEN -- Psychic trauma and drug addiction -- Nikola Atanassov and Svetoslav Savov -- CHAPTER SEVENTEEN -- Scenic re-enactment in Holocaust testimonies: scenic-narrative microanalysis and grounded theory -- PasCal Heberlein and Andreas Hamburger -- CHAPTER EIGHTEEN -- Assessing traumatic re-enactment—now moments in survivor interviews -- Jasmin Bleimling -- PART IV -- DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVES -- Introduction to Part IV -- CHAPTER NINETEEN -- Marked for life—psychotherapy in the case of a severely traumatised child -- Annette StreeCk-FisCher -- CHAPTER TWENTY -- Can mentalization disrupt the circle of violence in adolescents with early maltreatment? -- Svenja Taubner and Paul Sohroder -- CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE -- Mentalization of trauma in juvenile offenders -- Sonja ProtiC -- CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO -- Hostility and empathy in adolescence as predictors of aggressive, prosocial, and avoidant behaviour -- Svetlina Koleva -- PART V -- TRAINING AND RESEARCH IN SOCIAL TRAUMA -- Introduction to Part V -- CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE -- What do psychology students learn about social trauma in study programmes at trauma, trust, and memory network universities? -- MaSa BoioviC, Chrysanthi Papadopoulou, Margarita Papazova, DuSka Sain, Jusuf HafizoviC, -- Aleksandra StojilkoviC, Gloria Velinova, Jonas Diekhans, SiniSa LakiC, Tomi Tzolov, and Sonja ProtiC -- CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR -- International master's study course in social trauma -- Camellia HanCheva, Carmen SCher, and Andreas Hamburger -- CHAPTER TWENTY-FIVE -- An academic network on social trauma in southeast Europe -- Andreas Hamburger and Carmen SCher -- INDEX


    ANDREAS HAIV is a professor of psychology at the IPU Berlin, a psychoanalyst in the German Psychoanalytic Society, a training analyst, and a supervisor. He is chair of the Trauma, Trust, and Memory network. His main research interests are scenic-narrative microanalysis, social trauma and testimony, psychoanalytic supervision, and literature and film psychoanalysis. He has recently edited Pooks on film psychoanalysis, supervision, and social trauma. With contributions' Py SaPina Alispahic, Damir Arsenijevic, Nikola Atanassov, Esmina AvdiPegovic, Vedrana Berlekovic, Jasmin Bleimling, Masa Bozovic, Anna Buchheim, Amra Delia Jonas Diekha, Aleksandar Dimitrijevic, Ulrike Ehlert, Emin Eminagic, Jusuf Hafizovic, Andreas HamPurger, Camellia Hancheva, Pascal HePerlein, Martina Heeren, Vladimir Hedrih, Horst Kachele, Svetlina Koleva, Sinisa Lakic, DuPravko Lovrenovic, Thomas Meier, Marija Mladenov, Julia Muller, Jasmina Nedeljkovic, Chrysanthi Papadopoulou, Margarita Papazova, Ivana Pedovic, Sonja Protic, Sara Ristic, Duska Sain, Svetoslav Savov, Carmen Scher, Ulrich Schnyder, Paul Schroder, MarkSolms, Biljana Stankovic, Tatjana StefanovicStanojevic, Aleksandra Stojilkovic, Annette Streeck-Fischer, Svenja TauPner, Slavica Tutnjevic, Tomi Tzolov, Gloria Velinova, Vamik Volkan, and Lutz Wittmann.