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【For Students and Academics】17th CISMOR Seminar "The Phantom of the Holocaust: An Interdisciplinary Discussion of Trauma”

Updated Oct. 5, 2018
Center for Interdisciplinary Study of Monotheistic Religions (CISMOR) will hold the seminar on November 8, 2018. Please see below for the details.


Date: November 8, 2018
Time: 16:40-18:10
Venue: Meeting room, 3rd floor, Shisei-kan, Imadegawa Campus
Lecturer: Dr. Rina Dudai (Senior Lecturer at the Kibbutzim College of Education and Tel Aviv Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis)
Theme: The Phantom of the Holocaust: An Interdisciplinary Discussion of Trauma

Abstract:
The lecture presents the encounter between the poetic and the psychoanalytic language, showing how the poetic language can deal with trauma and its memory. The poetic language has a unique ability to precede verbal language in latent traumatic experience, extracting the memory of trauma from the invisible. The analysis is illustrated by referring to the movie “Ida” (Pawel Pawlikowsky, 2013), demonstrating the ways by which the translation of trauma into poetic language brings forth the unconscious, inaccessible workings of the mind.

※Language: English only, No interpretation

Center for Interdisciplinary Study of Monotheistic Religions (CISMOR) will hold the seminar on November 8, 2018. Please see below for the details.


Date: November 8, 2018
Time: 16:40-18:10
Venue: Meeting room, 3rd floor, Shisei-kan, Imadegawa Campus
Lecturer: Dr. Rina Dudai (Senior Lecturer at the Kibbutzim College of Education and Tel Aviv Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis)
Theme: The Phantom of the Holocaust: An Interdisciplinary Discussion of Trauma

Abstract:
The lecture presents the encounter between the poetic and the psychoanalytic language, showing how the poetic language can deal with trauma and its memory. The poetic language has a unique ability to precede verbal language in latent traumatic experience, extracting the memory of trauma from the invisible. The analysis is illustrated by referring to the movie “Ida” (Pawel Pawlikowsky, 2013), demonstrating the ways by which the translation of trauma into poetic language brings forth the unconscious, inaccessible workings of the mind.

※Language: English only, No interpretation

Date
Nov. 8, 2018 (Thu.)
16:40 - 18:10
Venue
IMADEGAWA (Imadegawa Campus)
Meeting room, 3rd floor, Shisei-kan, Imadegawa Campus, Doshisha University
Speaker
Dr. Rina Dudai (Senior Lecturer at the Kibbutzim College of Education and
Tel Aviv Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis)
Admission
  • Free
Audience
  • Current Students
This seminar is open for students and academics.
Application
  • Necessary
If you would like to participate in this seminar, please send an email to the CISMOR office in advance: rc-issin@mail.doshisha.ac.jp. Registration closes on November 6.
Note
Contact:
CISMOR Office, Doshisha University   E-mail: rc-issin@mail.doshisha.ac.jp