Nostalgia Between Phenomenology and Psychoanalysis
Ort: Sigmund Freud Museum, Berggasse 19 - 1090 Vienna
Beginn: 03.12.2021 09:30
Ende: 03.12.2021 18:30
The aim of this international one-day workshop is to explore the intersection between phenomenology and psychoanalysis via the theme of nostalgia. While there has been a modest but steady pool of research on nostalgia from a phenomenological perspective, the relationship between psychoanalysis—especially within the context of Freud—and nostalgia remains more ambiguous. In the work of Freud himself, the term “nostalgia” appears only once and even then, only in passing in The Interpretation of Dreams. The passing mention to nostalgia is all the more striking given Freud’s concern with the archaeology of meaning, the function of fixation, and the different modalities of memory conceived in his work. This workshop proceeds from the point of view that the theme of nostalgia provides an opportunity for dialogue between phenomenology and psychoanalysis.
For more information see: sites.google.com/view/nostalgiaworkshop/home
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Organized by: Leyla Sophie Gleissner (Husserl Archives-ENS Paris/University of Vienna) & Dylan Trigg (University of Vienna)
This workshop is part of the FWF-project P33428 "A Phenomenology of Nostalgia", funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF).
For more information on the FWF-project see: sites.google.com/view/phenomenologyofnostalgia/home
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