Organisers Senate House Library & British Psychological Society Programme An opportunity to meet and learn about libraries, archives, digital resources, and research methods. A one-day programme ideal for postgraduate students and early career researchers. An … Read more
Jules Davidoff, Professor of Psychology and Director of the Centre for Cognition, Computation and Culture (CCCC) at Goldsmiths, University of London, comes to Senate House Library on Monday, 2 November to give a talk from 18.00-19.00. … Read more
The Voices In the Dark season of events in the Library exploring the supernatural is a welcome reminder that Parapsychology – the science of the paranormal – has entered the twenty-first century along with all the other … Read more
Are you a postgraduate researcher in psychology? Would you like to learn more about what a good literature review is; how to make sure your literature search is comprehensive; how your searches can be more effective; … Read more
The Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies, part of the School of Advanced Studies, is home to a vibrant Centre for the Study of Cultural Memory, CCM for short. The Centre supports cross-cultural research, providing … Read more
The recent donation to the Psychology Collection – fifteen pamphlets and supplement entitled Pelmanism: the Pelman System for the Training of Mind, Memory and Personality, published by the ellusive London Pelman Institute (4 Bloomsbury Street, WC1), now … Read more
This week’s Psychoanalysis, Literature and Practice seminar at the Institute of English Studies turns its attention to psychoanalytical reflections on the art and practice of dance. The first reading is ‘Certain Aspects of Sublimation and Delusion’ by … Read more
This week’s seminar on Psychoanalysis, Literature and Practice at the Institute of English Studies will discuss Christopher Bollas’ text The Shadow of the Object: Psychoanalysis of the Unthought Known. A reference only copy of the book is in … Read more
An ambitious collection of essays analysing the discourses of melancholia in British and postcolonial literature and culture.
An intriguing new book drawing on literature and psychoanalysis explores the all too human fantasies and yearnings for ‘what could have been’. A thoroughly enjoyable read. See also a full book review in the Guardian.