Nestor Braunstein (National University of Mexico) on "Las memorias del psicoanálisis"
Lecture in Spanish
Location: 216 Burr Hall
Date/Time: 04/18/12 at 12:00 pm - 04/18/12 at 1:00 pm
Néstor Braunstein, M. D., is currently a graduate studies professor, a practicing psychoanalyst, and an active writer. He was born in Argentina and arrived in Mexico City as an exile in 1974. His works have dealt with a variety of subjects in terms of the relationship between psychoanalysis and culture: philosophy from Plato to Wittgenstein and Derrida; literature from Sophocles to Sebald and Christa Wolf; the visual arts; music; opera; film theater; history; theology; medicine; neuroscience; law; linguistics; anthropology; academic psychology; pedagogy; politics; and daily life in the 21st century. His best known work is "El goce. Un concepto lacaniano" (2006).
Category: PLAS Lecture
Department: Program in Latin American Studies