Unconscious dominions : psychoanalysis, colonial trauma, and global sovereignties

@inproceedings{Anderson2011UnconsciousD,
  title={Unconscious dominions : psychoanalysis, colonial trauma, and global sovereignties},
  author={Warwick Anderson and Deborah Jenson and Richard C. Keller},
  year={2011}
}
Acknowledgments vii Introduction: Globalizing the Unconscious / Warwick Anderson, Deborah Jenson, and Richard C. Keller 1 Part I. Ethnohistory, Colonialism, and the Cosmopolitan Psychoanalytic Subject 1. Sovereignty in Crisis / John D. Cash 21 2. Denial, La Crypte, and Magic: Contributions to the Global Unconscious from Late Colonial French West African Psychiatry / Alice Bullard 43 3. Geza Rohein and the Australian Aborigine: Psychoanalytic Anthropology during the Interwar Years / Joy Damousi… Expand
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