Author Connection

Recent publications by Division 39 members

Publications on topics such as exile, sexuality, endings, personality and lifespan development
  • Andrew Harlem, PhD, published "Exile as a Dissociative State:When a Self is 'Lost in Transit,'" in Psychoanalytic Psychology, 27(4), 460-474, (2010).

  • Suzanne Iasenza, PhD, published "What is Queer About Sex: Expanding Sexual Frames in Theory and Practice" in, Family Process, 49(3),291-308, (2010). For a copy of this article, please email the author..

  • Craig Piers, PhD, published Personality and Psychopathology: Critical Dialogues with David Shapiro. New York: Springer. (2011).

  • Louis Rothschild, PhD, provides a Spotlight article on the Division 39 website on Andrew Harlem's piece in Psychoanalytic Psychology.

  • Jil Salberg contributed to and edited Good Enough Endings: Breaks, Interruptions and Terminations from Contemporary Relational Perspectives. United Kingdom: Routledge, (2010).

  • Sebastiano Santostefano, PhD, published a chapter titled "Developmental Psychopathology: Self, Embodiment, Meaning: A Holistic-Systems Perspective," in W. F. Overton (Ed.) The Handbook of Life-Span Development, Volume I; Cognition, Biology and Methods. Hoboken, N J; Wiley, 792-836, (2010).

  • Richard Waugaman, MD, published "Samuel Clemens and Mark Twain: Pseudonym as Act of Reparation" in The Psychoanalytic Review 97, 835-856, (2010) and "The Bisexuality of Shakespeare's Sonnets and Implications for De Vere's Authorship" in The Psychoanalytic Review, 97, 857-879 (2010). Request reprints.

What are you writing?

Future issues will highlight the varieties of publishing activities our members are engaged in. All links to books, articles and blogs will be considered. To be included, please contact the editor by the 21st of the month with information about your publications.