Johns Hopkins University Press, 1960 - Electronic journals
Explores the role that psychoanalysis plays in contemporary cultural, literary, and social theory. Offers scholarly perspectives on the reciprocal relationship between psychoanalysis and culture, and investigates the connections between psychoanalysis and anthropology, philosophy, politics, history, art history, musicology, literary theory, and education.
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