Ulrike May

Ulrike May, PhD, is a practising psychoanalyst in Berlin and a member of the Karl-Abraham-Institute Berlin, the German Psychoanalytic Association, and the International Psychoanalytical Association. She has published two books: Freuds frühe klinische Theorie (1894–1896): Wiederentdeckung und Rekonstruktion and (together with Elke Mühlleitner) Edith Jacobson: Sie selbst und ihrer Objekte. Leben, Werk, Erinnerungen, as well as numerous papers on the history of psychoanalytic theory and practice. Together with Michael Schröter she recently presented a critical edition of Freud's Beyond the Pleasure Principle, including the first version of 1919.

Freud at Work: On the History of Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice, with an Analysis of Freud's Patient Record Books

Freud at Work: On the History of Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice, with an Analysis of Freud's Patient Record Books

by Ulrike May

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Presenting a new frame of reference, the author argues that Freud’s theories are not the result of his genius alone but were developed in exchange with colleagues and students, which is not always... (more)

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