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Psychoanalytic movement project : oral history, 1963-1982

Title
Psychoanalytic movement project : oral history, 1963-1982.
Description
Transcript: 2,591 leaves.
Summary
The early history of psychoanalysis and its subsequent ramifications, as discussed by psychoanalysts and others closely associated with the movement in interviews with Dr. Bluma Swerdloff. The series includes interviews, in this country and abroad, with associates of Sigmund Freud and leading representatives of major schools of psychoanalytic theory. The project aims to provide anecdotal, subjective material that will shed new light on the pioneers of the psychoanalytic movement and its influence on contemporary society.
Participants, pagination, and restrictions: Michael Balint, 78; Muriel Gardiner, 415 (restriction pending); Edward Glover, 137 (permission required); Heinz Hartmann, 145; Connie Harvey, 30; Willi Hoffer, 116; Abram Kardiner, 712 (certain pages closed); Lawrence C. Kolb, 156; Rudolph Loewenstein, 149; Margaret Mahler, 116; Sandor Rado, 317; Joseph Sandler, 43 (permission required); Raymond de Saussure, 73 (permission required); Rene Spitz, 104 (permission required).
Restrictions
Access: Open, except as noted.
Permission required to cite, quote, and reproduce. Contact repository for information.
Notes
Each interviewee's oral history is individually cataloged.
Provenance
Underwritten by the New-Land Foundation, New York, NY.
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Language
English
Format
Manuscript/Archive Manuscript/Archive
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