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It would be a pity to predetermine the scope and emphases of this forum, but its inspiration is an interest in Klein, Post-Kleinians, Winnicott, Fairbairn, Guntrip and other and more recent writers in the object relations tradition within psychoanalysis. There is an existing list on Bion and there is an object relations web site, but there is no forum or web site specifically dedicated to this particular stratum of psychoanalytic theory. This forum and its associated web site are designed to fill this void.

Any topic within the broad domain mentioned above is welcome. So are interventions aimed at mounting critiques of this tradition, broadly conceived. However, civility must be the norm. In addition to theoretical and clinical issues, we are particularly interested in encouraging applications to the object relations tradition to literature, film and other aspects of culture and cultural studies. Submissions for essays for consideration for the web site should be sent to either of the forum moderators.

Form Moderator:
Robert M. Young robert@rmy1.demon.co.uk
Professor of Psychotherapy and Psychoanalytic Studies
Centre for Psychotherapeutic Studies
University of Sheffield

Michael Szollosy egp97ms@sheffield.ac.uk
Research Student in English Literature & Psychoanalytic Studies
University of Sheffield


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