domingo, diciembre 25, 2016

Victoria Hamilton: a very special person

  • Narcissus and Oedipus. The Children of Psychoanalysis. London u. a. 1982
  • Grief and mourning in Tennyson's "In memoriam". Free Associations No. 7, 1986, 87-110
  • Truth and reality in psychoanalytic discourse. IJP 74, 1993, 63-79
  • The Analyst's Preconscious. Hillsdale 1996
  • Foreword to Judith Edwards (Ed.): Being Alive. Building on the Work of Anne Alvarez. Hove, East Sussex; New York 2001, xiii-xxii
  • (and John Bowlby) An ethological basis for psychoanalysis. In J. Reppen (ed.): Beyond Freud. A Study of Modern Psychoanalytic Theorists. Hillsdale, N.J. 1985, 1-28

  • Itten, Theodor: From R. D. Laing to Jack Lee Rosenberg. In T. Itten and M. Fischer (eds): Jack Lee Rosenberg. Celebrating a Master Psychotherapist. St.Gallen 2002, 54-70
  • Kurzweil, Edith: The Freudians. A Comparative Perspective. New Haven 1989
  • Redler, Leon: Interview mit Victoria Hamilton (1971). Accounts of Kingsley Hall, the network, herself. Glasgow: Special Collection Dept. Univ. of Glasgow, R. D. Laing Collection, Call No. L192/1+192/2
  • Spiegel, Rose: Narcissus and Oedipus, the Children of Psychoanalysis. Victoria Hamilton. J Am Acad Psychoanal 13, 1985, 269-272
  • (2008-04-08)

  • PHOTO in Hamilton 1982 (cover)


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