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2003 IPSO Journal
CALL FOR PAPERS:
IPSO IN RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL

JULY 2005

The International Psychoanalytic Studies Organization (IPSO) announces its 18th meeting to be held in conjunction with the meeting of the International Psychoanalytic Association (IPA) in Rio de Janeiro, July 27th - 31st, 2005.

The overall topic of the Congress will be

Trauma: New Developments in Psychoanalysis.

Historically, trauma and its psychic and social repercussions have been a rich arena for psychoanalytic inquiry. The effects of trauma are experienced in and away from the analytic setting. How do psychoanalysts work with the real and psychic representations of trauma? The answer to this question requires a dialogue among analysts and psychoanalytic institutions.

DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS: November 1st, 2004.

IPSO´s meetings offer unique opportunities for candidates from all over the world to share their experience and participate in an international scientific event that will enhance their theoretical and clinical background.

The IPSO Congress in Rio de Janeiro will include a Plenary Session, International Supervisions, and Discussion groups.

Full papers should be no more than 25 minutes long. Please submit by e-mail a two-page abstract, double spaced, with title, and a separated cover with speakers name, Institute and the language in which the presentation will be given. Submissions about other kinds of psychoanalytic topics are welcome.

Individual papers for submission for the IPSO journal to be published concurrently with the Congress are also invited.

Deadline for Journal entries: January 15th, 2005.

All papers and abstracts should be sent to one of the following:
for North America: [email protected]
for Latin America: [email protected]
for Europe: [email protected]


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