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Women’s History Month - The Contributions of Women Psychoanalysts at New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute, 1911-1961Presented by New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute
In celebration of Women's History Month, the Scientific Program Committee of New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute presents a panel on “The Contributions of Women Psychoanalysts at NYPSI, 1911-1961.” From its inception in 1911, NYPSI has counted women among its members, but it was not until the late 1930s that women began to play a major role in its affairs. The contributions of these women analysts to the development of NYPSI and psychoanalysis are illustrated by focusing on both well-known figures and those whose contributions have faded from awareness over time. The first two women members of NYPSI were Beatrice Hinkle (1874-1953) and Josephine Jackson (1865-1945). The contributions of the diverse group of women analysts who followed in their wake will be outlined by Nellie Thompson. The lives and careers of Margaret Fries, Lillian Malcove, Edith Jacobson and Berta Bornstein will be discussed by Patricia Nachman, Mary Kay O'Neil and Helene Keable.
New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute’s Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis division announces an upcoming discussion in the second series of “Dialogues on…” events with leading child development experts. Dr. Philip Herschenfeld will discuss issues pertaining to siblings: what they do with us, to us, for us and against us.
The panel discussion looks at the many forms of human trafficking and what fuels it. There is also a performance of real-life stories about human trafficking.
The film shows how women from five points on the globe are leading their communities in finding solutions to climate change and other environmental issues through policy, protests and education. The screening will take place as part of the United Nations 58th session of the Commission on the Status of Women, an annual event where delegates from around the world come together to assess progress for women and girls.
The James Beard Foundation’s Biannual Cookbook Sale will feature nearly a thousand new and used cookbooks, as well as select kitchenware. Cookbooks will range in price from $5 to $20; some may be higher or lower, depending on their condition.