STUDY ROOM

Stillpoint Magazine is deepening our commitment to an essential feature of our founding purpose: fostering public intellectualism and building public knowledge that’s rooted in psychoanalysis. As part of this effort, we have created this Study Room which contains open-access, intellectual resources for personal study and sharing. Click the icons below to access:


Reviewed July 2022

A review of Grafton Tanner’s The Hours Have Lost Their Clock: The Politics of Nostalgia (Repeater Books, 2021), by Jasmine Erkan.

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Reviewed June 2022

A review of Tom Whyman’s Infinitely Full of Hope: Fatherhood and the Future in an Age of Crisis and Disaster (Repeater Books, 2021), by Guillermo Rebollo Gil.

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Reviewed May 2022

A review of Paige Clark’s collection of short stories She Is Haunted (Two Dollar Radio, 2022), by Nick Gardner.

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Published May 2022

A bibliography of texts by, and in response to, Freud’s “female homosexual,” compiled and annotated by Harriet Mossop.

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Reviewed April 2022

A review of Lora DeVore’s memoir Darkness Was My Candle (Confer Books, 2022), by Valerie Vargas.

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Reviewed March 2022

A review of Adam Phillips’ recent book The Cure for Psychoanalysis (Confer Books, 2021), by Oliver Thorne.

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Published March 2022

An update to Dr Setterberg’s January Extra expanding on the specter of nuclear escalation by Putin, as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues.

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Published Jan 2022

An Analytic Extra on Putin’s justification for annexing Ukrainian territory, by Stillpoint Magazine‘s Publisher Dr Stephen Setterberg.

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Event hosted May 2021

On Novack’s 2020 short film Hysterical Girl, a critical look at Freud’s famous Dora case. Hosted by Stillpoint Magazine and MPSI.

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Published Sept 2020 – Updated Jan 2022

An introductory bibliography on female sexuality through the patriarchal unconscious. Compiled and annotated by Amelie Wittenberg.

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Published June 2020 – Updated Jan 2022

Includes contributions from: Mihir Sharma, Dr Edna Bonhomme, Rashida Taylor, Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon, Kate Holford.

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