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People's History of Psychoanalysis: From Freud to Liberation Psychology

by Daniel Jose Gaztambide Lexington Books
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From Freud and the first generation of psychoanalysts in the late 1800s to Jesuit priest Ignancio Martin-Baro's writings in the 1970s, Daniel Jos+¬ Gaztambide introduces readers to the social justice leaders and movements that have defined the field of psychoanalysis and made it relevant to all classes and races.

Introduction: “A Recovery of Historical Memorya: Old Questions and New Horizons
Chapter 1: “A Tool to Achieve Powera'Colonialism, Anti-Blackness, and Anti-Semitism
Chapter 2: “A Sort of Inner Revolutiona'Freud, Ferenczi, Fenichel, and Fromm
Chapter 3: “For Justice, For Equal Treatment for Alla'Freud as Proto-Postcolonial Theorist
Chapter 4: “The Possibility of Lovea'Black Psychoanalysis from Harlem to Algeria
Chapter 5: “A Loving Encounter of Peoplea'Freud, Marx, Freire and the Afro-Latinx Origins of Concientizacao
Chapter 6: “To Recognize Ourselves in Our Realitya'Liberation Psychology as Political Mentalization
Conclusion: “A Preferential Optiona
About the Author

Daniel José Gaztambide is assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at the New School for Social Research and voluntary faculty member at Mount Sinai St. Luke's Hospital.