Collective Mourning

By |2019-03-11T10:17:42+00:00October 4th, 2008|Categories: All Articles, Articles, Hermann Beland, Newsletter 2008|

Who or What Frees a Collective to Mourn? by Hermann Beland 1.     Approach to the Grief of Loss of Self via a Comparison with Freud’s Empiricism and the History of the Theory of Mourning I would like to speak to you about collective mourning as someone who himself would like to learn something about his personal share [...]

Shaping the Future by Confronting the Past

By |2019-03-17T10:59:19+00:00January 4th, 2007|Categories: All Articles, Articles, Presentations, Ursula Kreuzer Haustein|

Germans, Jews and Affected Others by Ursula Kreuzer Haustein Presented at the 2007 IPA Congress in Berlin Jona Rosenfeld, the Israeli administrator of the inaugural Nazareth Conference, posed a question as to the meaning of the conference during the opening plenum and questioned whether or not the project could also be considered to be obscene. What [...]