The New Books Network was founded by historian Marshall Poe to engage authors in conversation with an interested audience. The network has grown to over 40 stations that deliver podcasts in topics ranging from history to physics, and from archeology to religious studies.
It is no surprise that psychoanalysis now has its own station, as Freud drew on archeological, historical and scientific perspectives in organizing his theory of human subjectivity, often as it relates to religious belief.
The New Books in Psychoanalysis podcast series is edited by Tracy Morgan, a psychoanalyst in private practice who is committed to bringing psychoanalytic ideas to the public sphere. Claire-Madeline was invited to host interviews on the network as part of Morgan's effort to feature 100 books on the station.
To become involved in the conversation, visit The New Books in Psychoanalysis Network on the web, Facebook, and twitter. If you're an author or a reader who'd like to discuss a particular publication, pitch it.
If you are the author of a book that deals with psychoanalytic ideas, or a reader who'd like your favorite author to become part of the discussion, submit your pitch here.
In keeping with the network's goal to initiate informed, interdisciplinary conversations, the New Books in Psychoanalysis Network is open to unorthodox suggestions.
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