The Psychoanalysis of Race

The Psychoanalysis of Race Are divisive political forces the sole cause of racism and its alarming recurrence in contemporary society Or are there also subtler intractable reasons for racism s irrational power and historical p
  • Title: The Psychoanalysis of Race
  • Author: ChristopherLane
  • ISBN: 9780231109475
  • Page: 248
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Psychoanalysis of Race
    Are divisive political forces the sole cause of racism and its alarming recurrence in contemporary society Or are there also subtler, intractable reasons for racism s irrational power and historical persistence This collection of essays takes the study of racism in a radically new direction that of unconscious fantasies and identifications offering perspectives frAre divisive political forces the sole cause of racism and its alarming recurrence in contemporary society Or are there also subtler, intractable reasons for racism s irrational power and historical persistence This collection of essays takes the study of racism in a radically new direction that of unconscious fantasies and identifications offering perspectives from a variety of leading figures in many fields.
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  • ChristopherLane

    Christopher Lane teaches at Northwestern University A Victorianist by training, he has a secondary interest and specialization in 19th and 20th century psychology, psychiatry, and intellectual history, and has held Northwestern s Pearce Miller Research Professorship.He is the author of six books, most recently Surge of Piety Norman Vincent Peale and the Remaking of American Religious Life Yale, November 2016 His other books include The Age of Doubt Tracing the Roots of Our Religious Uncertainty Yale, 2011 and Shyness How Normal Behavior Became a Sickness Yale, 2007 , winner of the Prescrire Prize for Medical Writing and now in six translations.His writing has appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, Boston Globe, Los Angeles Times, Slate, TIME, Chronicle Review, and several other newspapers and magazines He also has published articles in journals such as Raritan, Novel, Victorian Studies, Common Knowledge, Theory and Psychology, and the International Literary Quarterly.Lane has held fellowships from the Mellon Foundation and the Guggenheim Foundation He writes for the Huffington Post and a blog for Psychology Today called Side Effects.

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