Is “Heal Hitler” more than just a provocative title?
An exhibit on Louise Bourgeois’s art and psychoanalytical writings is opening at the Jewish Museum. But does Freud expand or limit her art?
In “Freud,” the young psychoanalyst is reimagined as an amateur detective.
The founder of modern psychoanalysis studied Jewish humor and collected hundreds of jokes.
Bidding for the letter, which will be up for sale Thursday, is set to start at $25,000.
One of Freud’s rare biographical letters is set to be auctioned by Nate D. Sanders’ Auctions in Los Angeles on August 30.
“After I finished painting over, or ‘blacking’ out the text and part of the images, it stopped being ‘Mein Kampf.’”
(JTA) — Two elderly women in Britain said that they had been sexually abused, one of them as a child, by a late lawmaker who was a grandson of the Austrian Jewish psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud. The accusations were leveled against Clement Freud, a celebrated British broadcaster and politician, to ITV in a documentary scheduled to be aired Wednesday, the…
In 1880, a Jewish Viennese woman known as Anna O was labeled ‘hysterical’ by Freud’s colleague. How would she have described herself if she’d been able to trust — and record — her own perceptions?
Vienna’s Sigmund Freud Museum, a Jewish French cemetery and a Polish watchdog on anti-Semitism all were hit by vandalism in recent days.