The Psychoanalytic Activist: Past Issues

  • April 2013

    In this issue: Messages from the editor and the president, a glimpse at raising the next generation of activists, and a look at a training institute designed to be free of political influence.

  • April 2012

    In this issue: A message from the editor, notes from the occupy movement, the meaning of race for immigrants, evaluating asylum seekers, and psychoanalytic activism and immigrants.

  • October 2011

    In this issue: A message from the president, and the introduction of several members of Section IX showcasing their insights and contributions as American psychoanalytic activists working with Palestinians.

  • March 2011

    In this issue: politics of privilege, earthquake relief in Brooklyn, abortion and a review of 'First Do No Harm.'

  • October 2010[PDF]

    This issue examines several definitions of Psychoanalytic Aactivism.

  • November 2008[PDF]

    This issue includes the Story of an Accidental Academic Activist and What She Found Along the Way.

  • January 2008[PDF]

    This issue includes the story on Becoming a Psychoanalyst-Activist; and and edited Transcript of Presentation to the Department of Psychology, The New School, New York.

  • January 2007[PDF]

    This issue includes the story A Profession Struggles to Save Its Sooul: Psychologists, Guantanamo and Torture.

  • January 2005[PDF]

    This issue of the newsletter features two articles addressing efforts to alleviate the suffering of Palestinians living in the Occupied Territories.

  • January 2005[PDF]

    This issue examines at the controversy of the role of psychologists in military interrogations and other national security operations.

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