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Freud in Focus

Date:

Wednesdays from 17th Feb 2021

Location:

Online - Freud Museum

Time:

Cost:

Free

Presenter:

The Freud Museum

Event Details

The Freud Museum London is launching a brand new podcast called ‘Freud in Focus’ which will look in-depth at some of Freud’s key texts in a discussion format. The series will be presented by Tom DeRose and Jamie Ruers.

In the first five episodes, we will look at one of Freud’s most influential and controversial texts, Beyond the Pleasure Principle which was published in 1920. Starting with close readings of the text itself, we will then go on to think about its relevance for us today in the 21st-century.

The first episode will be aired Wednesday, 17th February 2021 and a new episode will be released every other Wednesday.

Series Producer: Karolina Heller

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