Introduction: Globalizing the Unconscious

  title={Introduction: Globalizing the Unconscious},
  author={Warwick Anderson and Deborah Jenson and Richard C. Keller},
Primitivity and Violence: Traces of the Unconscious in Psychoanalysis
Psychoanalysis, the theory and practice of the “unconscious,” has an unconscious of its own, in the sense of containing unacknowledged assumptions that continue to affect it. The unconscious ofExpand
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  • Psychoanalysis and History
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This essay argues that Asian psychoanalysts developed a new style of science, what I call transcultural reasoning, in the twentieth century. This conceptual innovation drew on the power of culturalExpand
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Trauma, Latency and Amnesia
Drawing on the debate surrounding the representability of trauma, the chapter examines the film paradigm in the laboratory study of intrusive traumatic memories and the role that a film has played inExpand


Psychoanalysis, Transnationalism and National Habitus: A Comparative Approach to the Reception of Psychoanalysis in Argentina and Brazil (1910s–1940s)
Psychoanalysis is a clear example of a transnational system of thought. Since its creation in late imperial Vienna at the end of the nineteenth century, and particularly after World War II, theExpand
Dangerous Liaisons and other Tales from the Twilight Zone: Sex, Race, and Sorcery in Colonial Java
  • M. Wiener
  • Sociology
  • Comparative Studies in Society and History
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I have only once seen witchcraft on its path. I had been sitting late in my hut writing notes. About midnight, before retiring, I took a spear and went for my usual nocturnal stroll. I was walking inExpand
Derrida, Deleuze, Psychoanalysis
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Imperial Networks and Postcolonial Independence: The Transition from Colonial to Transcultural Psychiatry
This essay seeks out continuities and discontinuities in the transition from colonial to post-colonial psychiatry. It seems important, if somewhat obvious, to point out that in the transition fromExpand
Psychological knowledge in a colonial context: theories on the nature of the "native mind" in the former Dutch East Indies.
  • H. Pols
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • History of psychology
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This article analyzes the views of 3 Dutch physicians working in the former Dutch East Indies during the first part of the 20th century, which advocated a psychological colonial policy, which was to be based on a scientific understanding of the psyche of the Indonesian people. Expand
The Nature of the Native Mind: Contested Views of Dutch Colonial Psychiatrists in the former Dutch East Indies
In the middle of December 1923, during the wet season in the former Dutch East Indies, members of the notorious pro-business and reactionary Politiek-Economischen Bond [PEB; Political-EconomicalExpand
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In her article, ‘Freud in the Tropics’, Jacqueline Rose writes of the ‘missed encounter’ of Australia and its place and significance for the destabilization of the Freud-Jung partnership. TheExpand