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In this episode a recording of a conversation between psychoanalytic psychotherapists Berna O’Brien and Margaret Boyle Spelman. The conversation centred on the work of renowned paediatrician and psychoanalyst Donald Winnicott and was recorded for podcasting by @real-smart-media at an event dedicated to Winnicott which took place at the Teacher’s Club, Dublin on the 23rd of April 2016.
The following three podcasts are from a workshop organized by Dr Noreen Giffney, funded by UCD Humanities Institute and co-sponsored by Irish Institute of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and Irish Forum for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Additional information on this workshop can be found here.
Podcast 1: Welcome and Opening Remarks: Ann Murphy, Chairperson, Irish Forum for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy.
Podcast 2 – Publishing Psychoanalytic Articles: Covered in this podcast is the following.
- Joanne Conway: publishing in national and international peer-reviewed journals
- John O’Connor: publishing on psychoanalytic themes in publications for related clinical disciplines, such as psychology and psychiatry
- Florencia Shanahan: publishing in national and international, peer-reviewed journals
- Joanna Fortune: writing for the public in newspapers and online
- Noreen Giffney: transforming the research for your MSc/MA thesis into a peer-reviewed journal article
- Chair: Medb Ruane
Podcast 2 – Publishing Psychoanalytic Books: Covered in this podcast is the folllowing.
- Ian Miller: an experience of writing a monograph
- Toni O’Brien Johnson: an experience of writing a monograph
- Rob Weatherill: an experience of writing a monograph
- Margaret Boyle Spelman: keeping the monograph in mind when writing a thesis: using your MA/MSc/PhD thesis to produce a book
- The panel also included a talk by Ross Skelton: an experience of editing an encyclopaedia of psychoanalysis
- Chair: Carol Owens
This podcast is available on Apple Podcasts by The UCD Humanities Institute podcast’s channel and can be viewed here