Friday, March 30
NYU Medical School
550 First Avenue, Farkas Auditorium
An interdisciplinary evening with Alain Vanier, Ronald Britton, Nasir Ilahi, Patricia Clough and Alan Roland.
Saturday, March 31
The NYU Kimmel Center, Eisner & Lubin Auditorium
60 Washington Square South, 4th Floor
A full day of workshops and round-table panel discussions with Todd Gitlin, Ashis Nandy, Alain Vanier, Ronald Britton, Patricia Clough, Noah Feldman, Ruth Stein, and Pola Mieli.
For more information about workshops, please visit www.naap.org
This interdisciplinary conference co-presented by A/P/A Institute and the National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis will explore how leaders of certain countries consciously manipulate the public by the deliberate arousal of paranoid anxiety through citing ominous threats to their well-being. These means often lead to war, and often through the manipulative use of the media. An examination of relevant socio-political, media, and psychanalytic perspectives will aim to shed light on the interaction between politics and paranoia, and address ways of countering this type of destructive manipulation.
Conference guests include:
Matthias Beier, Steven Botticelli, Roanld Britton, Patricia Ticineto Clough, Frederick Feirstein, Noah Feldman, Todd Gitlin, Laurence J. Gould, M. Nasir Ilahi, Edith Kurzweil, Paola Mieli, Ashis Nandy, Karen Proner, Arthur Robbins, Alan Roland, Catherine Silver, Ruth Stein, John Kuo Wei (Jack) Tchen, Alain Vanier.
FREE REGISTRATION: for current NYU students only with advance RSVP to A/P/A Institute at NYU at 212-992-9653 or email@example.com (first come, first serve). NYU ID number required for RSVP to qualify for free registration. Please have two workshop choices ready when you reply. For more information on workshops, go to www.naap.org. For more information visit www.apa.nyu.edu
PRE- and REGULAR REGISTRATION: Mental Health Professionals: $110, $130 at the door; Academics and General Public $55. Students: $35, $45 at the door. (Student I.D.s are required.) Register either by mail with a check to National Association for Advancement of Psychoanalysis (NAAP), 80 8th Avenue, New York, NY 10011; or by credit card by phone (212-741-0515) This program qualifies for 8 CE Credits. Visit NAAP.org
Co-sponsored by: New York University GSAS Dean’s Office, NYU FAS Dean’s Office, NYU Department of Social and Cultural Analysis, NYU Center for Asian American Health at the Medical School, NYU Department of Social and Cultural Analysis, Kevorkian Center at NYU, NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy & Psychoanalysis, Law and Society Program at NYU, Area Studies at Columbia University, the India-China Institute at The New School University, the Womens Studies Department at the Graduate Center at City University of New York, the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis, and Cooper Union.