Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Friday, 25/Oct/2019
8:30am
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10:00am
1A Room A: Symposium
 

Forced to Move: Socio-political and Environmental Trauma in the Context of Oppression and the Latin American Migrant and Refugee Crisis

Chair(s): Rossanna Maria Echegoyen, Chakira Haddock-Lazala

Discussant(s): Steven Hugh Knoblauch

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Displacement of the Self: The Effects of Colonialism on Undocumented Immigrants and Refugees

Rossanna Maria Echegoyen

 

The Ladies of the Wind- Huracanes Katrina, Maria and Me

Chakira Haddock-Lazala

1B Room B: Paper session: Narratives of Displacement in Mental Health provision
Chair: Billie Pivnick
 

Narratives Of Displacement At The World Trade Center Mental Health Program

Tanja Auf der Heyde



Diverting Open Wounds: Addiction And Intergenerational Transmission Of Trauma

Karla Lizette Gomez



"Who Can Bear to Feel Themselves Forgotten?": A Critical Review of Current Psychiatric Care for Psychosis

Mila Kirstie C. Kulsa, Paul S. Saks



Effects Of (Internal) Displacements In Children’s Minds: Reflections On A Community Engagement

Vasundhara Singh

1C Room C: Symposium
 

Epistemic Injustice, Ethical Loneliness, and the Devastation of Marginalization and Displacement

Chair(s): Marilyn Charles

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Sumud and Satyagraha: Resisting the Terrible Satisfaction of War

Lama Z. Khouri

 

Statehood, Citizenship, Personhood and Displacement

Danielle Frank

 

: Reclaiming Our Time: Challenging the Notions of Displacement and Hermeneutical Injustice.

Cynthia Chalker

 

Obstetric Violence and Dehumanization

Paola J. González Castro

1D Room D: Paper session: Displacement and boundaries
Chair: Lita Iole Crociani-Windland
 

“To Flee No More: The Symbolic Meanings of Asylum and Those In Search of It

Jyoti M. Rao



Failures of Responsibility: The Double Displacement of Refused Asylum

Simone Drichel



Criticism As The Displacement Of Restriction

Luis Carlos Ramos Capelo



Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay: Psychic Migrations and Boundary Crossings

Karen Lombardi

1L Library
10:00am
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10:30am
Coffee Break
10:30am
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12:00pm
2A Room A: Paper session: Displacement across time and cultures
Chair: Nikol Alexander-Floyd
 

Das Unheimliche And The Warao Indians

João Pedro Cabral Reis



Biblical Displacement: The Sale Of Joseph From A Lacanian Perspective

Yosef Jacobs



“An Encounter Between Two Freedoms”: Frantz Fanon’s Approach To Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

Daniel Gaztambide



The Seeds of the Group's Destruction: Oedipus, Depression, and "Wokeness"

Conrad S Chrzanowski

2B Room B: Symposium
 

On Margins That Rise and Flood the Text: Psychoanalytic Displacements in the Poetry of Sylvia Plath, Charles Simic, and Tomas Transtromer

Chair(s): Marilyn Charles

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The Dark, Cruel, Murderous Shades”: Psychoanalytic Displacement in Sylvia Plath’s Confessional Poetry

Judith Harris

 

Displacement, Trauma and the Trickster: The Poetry of Charles Simic

Zak Mucha

 

The Stones Roll Right through But Each Pane Stays Whole: The Psychology of Displacement, Trauma, and Hope in the Poetry of Tomas Transtromer

Claude Barbre

 

Sense-making: Exploring the Self through Confessional Poetry

Maria Miron Alvarez

2C Room C: Symposium
 

Challenging Cross Cultural Narratives Surrounding Disability And The Impact Upon Identity From A Psycho-Social Perspective: Embodying Resistance Through A Synchronous Conversation

Chair(s): Leslie Thompson

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The Power Of Cultural Exchange Resisting Social Barriers Of Disability: Existing In Transition.

Sophie Savage

 

Becoming Blind: Building Cross-Cultural Bridges.

Leslie Thompson



Countertransference Challenges in Treating Patients with Disabilities

Paul Gedo



When a Psychiatrist and Psychoanalyst Becomes the Mother of a Child with Disabilities

Ginta V. Remeikis

2D Room D: Paper session: Displacement and Precarity
Chair: Lita Iole Crociani-Windland
 

In Homeland, Yet Exiled

Indu Chauhan



Displacement of Feelings in Older Cubans Coping with Precarity

David Strug



Shame, Disconnection and Double Suffering: The Subject and The Worker in ‘Helping Professions’.

Elizabeth Ann Frost

 
12:00pm
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1:00pm
Lunch
1:00pm
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2:30pm
3A Room A: Symposium
 

Cinematic and Traumatic Disavowal: Television as a Medium for Displacement and Containment

Chair(s): Marilyn Charles, Leslie Marian Thompson Garcia

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Westworld: Expanding Symbolization and Integration through Displacement

Zane Dodd

 

Russian Doll or Streamed Analysis of Trauma

Natalia M. M. Potter

 

The Haunting of Hill House: Ghosts of Unresolved Trauma

Maria Miron Alvarez

 

Maybe this Time: Bodily Destruction, Creation, and Enactment in Fosse/Verdon

Dana Leigh Charatan

3B Room B: Paper session: Home, Sisterhood and Displacement
Chair: Claude Barbre
 

I Don't Know Where Home Is: What Does It Mean For a Latina Immigrant To Enter Analysis In The U.S.?

Frances Lang, Yudy Muneton



Sisterhood in Displacement, a Subjective Position in “ilegal” Migration

Hada Soria Escalante



The Internally Displaced: Navigating The Unconscious, Politics and Trauma with Undocumented Immigrants

Rossanna Maria Echegoyen

3C Room C: Paper session: Young people and displacement
Chair: Jyoti M. Rao
 

Displacement in University

Shalini Masih, Deepti Sachdev



Is The Winnicottian Concept Of “Analyst’s Survival” Useful For Teachers Who Struggle With Children’s Suffering In The Classroom?

Ana Archangelo, Fábio Camargo Bandeira Villela



Psychoanalysis in the Community: Should I Stay Here or Should I Go?

Ayushi Madan

3D Room D: Paper session: Political Displacements
Chair: Lita Iole Crociani-Windland
 

“Show us You Care!” Theresa May and the Psycho-Politics of Emotion and Women as Political Leaders.

Candida Yates



(The Failing Of) The Promise Of Prosperity And Economic Growth As ‘Narcissistic Filling’

Katharina Rothe, Oliver Decker



Alt-Right Racism and Projection of Purity

Daniel Rosengart

3L Library: Roundtable
 

Clinical Work Under Structural Constraints: Student Roundtable. Open to All!

Chair(s): Scott Pytluk, Amy Taylor

Presenter(s): Karla Gomez, Mila Kirstie C. Kulsa, M. Rocio Barcellona, Kamila Smyk-Jaworski

2:30pm
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3:00pm
Coffee Break
3:00pm
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4:30pm
4A Room A: Symposium
 

Machine Learning Techniques for Supporting Decision Making in Differential Diagnosis

Chair(s): David Zachary Hafner, Alejandro Molina Villegas, Edwyn Javier Aldana Bobadilla, Melesio Crespo Sánchez

Discussant(s): David Zachary Hafner

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Speech Analysis Of Patients Suffering From Episodes And Traits Characteristic Of Psychosis And Dissociation

David Zachary Hafner, Marilyn Charles, María Mirón Álvarez, Grecia Cárdenas Reyes, Aldo Emigdio Bartolini Salinas, Juan Jaime de la Fuente Herrera, Joanna Porte Santos Alonso

 

Semantic Analysis Using Probabilistic Topic Models And Markov Chains

Alejandro Molina Villegas, Edwyn Javier Aldana Bobadilla, Melesio Crespo Sánchez, David Zachary Hafner

 

Grammatical Pattern Recognition For Patients Suffering From Formal Thought Disorder

Melesio Crespo Sánchez, Edwyn Javier Aldana Bobadilla, Alejandro Molina Villegas, David Zachary Hafner

4B Room B: Symposium
 

Panel proposal: The Displaced Body between the Virtual and the Physical

Chair(s): Jacob Johanssen, Candida Yates

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The Potential Pathologies of Masculinity and Digital Intimacy in Spike Jonze’s Her (2013)

Jacob Johanssen

 

The Virtual Body and Technology in Cam (2018)

Candida Yates



The Cult of Immediacy, Technology and Imagination

Michael Melmed

4C Room C: Symposium
 

Swimming in the Undertow: Lives Amidst The Timelessness And Continuity Of Displacement

Chair(s): Aanchal Bhatnagar, Indu Chauhan, Epsita Sandhu

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Gardens and Graveyards: Narratives Of The Objects From Home

Aanchal Bhatnagar

 

Engaging With The Unconsoled Within- A Journey In Search Of Self

Indu Chauhan

 

Eyes Of The Storm: A Reflection Of A Self Splitting Across Multiple Displacements

Epsita Sandhu

4D Room D: Paper session: Refugees, Therapy and Social Policy
Chair: Billie Pivnick
 

When Displacement Begets Displacement: Treating Immigrant and Underserved Children and Adolescents in Community Mental Health Settings

Elizabeth Scholom



Baltic Displaced Persons Camps: From Old Photos to a Consideration of the Impact of The DP Experience on Subsequent Generations

Ginta V. Remeikis



The Shadow of the Object has Fallen on ‘Them’: Psychological Factors Intruding on Humanistic Immigration Policy

Denis J. O'Keefe



Internal And External Displacement Of Emotions In Refugees- Observations From A Refugee Community (Settlement) In Delhi, India

Rohan Parashar

4L Library: Roundtable
 

Social Displacement and Trauma: Student Roundtable. Open to All!

Chair(s): Jyoti Rao

Presenter(s): Karla Gomez, Grecia Cárdenas, Hayat Nadar, Paulina Noval Hillman, Mariam Rahman, Elissa Graff, OmoyeJennifer Lawal

4:30pm
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5:00pm
Coffee Break
5:00pm
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6:30pm
5A Room A
 

Palimpsest, An Analytic Play

Chair(s): Diana Cuello

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Palimpsest, An Analytic Play.

Diana Cuello

5B Room B
5C Room C
5D Room D
5L Library
6:45pm
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8:30pm
Dinner: followed by poetry evening
Date: Saturday, 26/Oct/2019
8:30am
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10:00am
7A Room A: Symposium
 

On Border Crossings and Displacements: Reflections by Border-crossing Migrants on Belonging, Identity and the Politics of the ‘Illegal Traveller’

Chair(s): Michael O'Loughlin

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Where Do I Belong? I Do Not Have a Home: I Am a Refugee

Ruth Lijtmaer

 

Looking and Seeing Nothing

Ionas Sapountzis

 

‘At Least Here They Appreciate One’s Skills and Pay Decent Wages’: A Psychoanalytic Account of Narratives of Identity and Employment of Post-2008 Greek Migrants in the UK.

Angie Voela

 

The Consequence of Necropolitics for the ‘Illegal Traveller’

Michael O'Loughlin

7B Room B: Experiential event
 

Social Dreaming

Lita Iole Crociani-Windland, Nigel Williams

7C Room C: Symposium
 

Widening The Tent: LGBTQ, The #MeToo Movement and the Disenfranchised Poor

Chair(s): Ellen Toronto

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

MeToo: Disruption, Displacment and Disappointment--A Feminist Psychoanalyst Addresses the MeToo Movment

Judith Logue

 

Precarity and the Poor: Can We Analyze the Unemployed?

Ellen Toronto

 

Queer Equality Has a Long Way to Go

Shara Sand

7D Room D: Symposium
 

The Double Bind Of Being And Not Being In The World: Ambiguous Loss, Soul-Oppression, And Displacements And The Body

Chair(s): Claude Barbre

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

To Bear Misfortune’s Mark: Simone Weil’s Writing on Uprootedness and Displacment and Their Effect on the Phenomenology of the Body

Claude Barbre

 

“Surviving’s Not a Noun”: A Phenomenological Study and Ethnodrama of the Lived Experiences of Female Sexual Assault Survivors Post- Assault

Erin Sheplavy

 

Persecuting the Living and Punishing the Dead: Ambiguous Loss and the Psychological Implications of Enforced Disappearances in Guatemala

Stephanie Contreras

 

Anorexia Nervosa and the Double Bind of Being and Not Being in the World

Austin Aibel

7L Library
10:00am
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10:30am
Coffee Break
10:30am
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12:00pm
8A Room A: Symposium
 

Mad as Hell: displaced resistance or acting out? (Panel 1 of Nasty Gals and Never-Good-Enough Mothers)

Chair(s): Angie Voela

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

From Symptom to Sinthome: Ridding the “Body of Substance” in My Year of Rest and Relaxation

Erica Galioto

 

Gender, Aggression and Corporeal Dislocation: A Lacanian Reading of Cassils’ Durational Performance Art

Sheila Cavanagh

 

‘An Exquisitely Choreographed, Blood Soaked Pas de Deux’: Aggression, Eroticism and the Discourse of Capitalism in the BBC Series Killing Eve.

Angie Voela

8B Room B: Paper session: Women, Self and Body Displacements
Chair: Jyoti M. Rao
 

The Sublime Object of Confidence: Enjoyment, fantasy and the persecutory female figure

Darren Thomas Baker



Devdasi Displaced: From a psychoanalytical Lens

Ayushi Madan



What The Displacement Of Women's Sports Tells Us About Ourselves: The 2019 World Cup

Joseph Reynoso



From Displaced Self to Misplaced Self: The Experience of Being a Female Refugee Survivor of Sexual Violence

Jayati Singh

8C Room C: Paper session: Fantasy and Reality in Political Displacements
Chair: Candida Yates
 

Politics and Paranoia: The Political Exploitation of Paranoid Anxiety

Alan Roland



Psychoanalysis in the Age of Trump

Christopher R. Bell, Gary Senecal



Freud's Fundamental Concepts

Bob Samuels



"Revulution" of Integrity: Inclusion, Security and Community

Judith Logue

8D Room D: Paper session: Intergenerational Displacements
Chair: Michael O'Loughlin
 

Personal, Clinical, Theoretical, and Political Reflections of a Daughter and Granddaughter of Displaced Persons

Ginta V. Remeikis



Chidiyan Da Chamba- Hope For The Homing Flight: A Reflection On The Mother-Daughter Wound As A Moment Of Exile

Epsita Sandhu



Eastern European Jewish And Contemporary Immigration: The Confluence Of Migration And Trauma

Hannah Hahn



Invisible Survivors: Time Travel in the Consulting Room and Beyond

Janet Brown Lobel

8L Library: Paper session: Contradictions and Displaced Fears
Chair: Leslie Thompson
 

On Transience and Other Hatreds

Lita Iole Crociani-Windland



"The Constitutive Moment of Abolition": Madness and the Displacement into Otherness as Depicted in Art and Culture

Paul Steven Saks, Nikaya Becker-Matero



The Good Immigrant

Karen Lombardi

12:00pm
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1:00pm
Lunch
1:00pm
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2:30pm
9A Room A: Symposium
 

Bad Mothers:Displaced Wombs, Displaced Ambivalences (Panel 2 of Nasty Gals and Never-Good-Enough Mothers)

Chair(s): Carol Owens

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Bad-Enough Mothers (And What To Do With Them)

Carol Owens, Manya Steinkoler, Jessica Datema, Mahrou Zhaf

 

The Tsumommy

Manya Steinkoler

 

Never Look Away: Sublimating The Womb

Jessica Datema

 

Revenge Fantasy Towards “The Bad Mother”: The Case of Lars Von Trier

Mahrou Zhaf

9B Room B: Paper session: Ways to Work with Displacing and Being Displaced
Chair: Leslie Thompson
 

Displacement in Itself

Eilon Nathan Shomron-Atar



Metaphors of Freedom: On Friendship, Foraging, and the Work of Mark Bradford

Maria Ghira Renu Cappelli



The Ethics of the Other: Levinas with Lacan

Meera Lee



Placing The Displacement Within

Reva Puri

9C Room C: Paper session: Misplaced Humility, Self-blame and Myths
Chair: Claude Barbre
 

The Myth and Associated Symbols of the American Hero, and Other Myths and Symbols as Well, in the Service of the Displacement of Truth.

David Neal



The Narcissistic Dynamics of Submission: The Attraction of the Powerless to Authoritarian Leaders

Jay Frankel



The Melancholic Subject: Psychic responses to loss of the ‘perfect worker’

Darren Thomas Baker, Deborah Brewis

9D Room D: Paper session: Literature and film examples of displacement
Chair: Nigel Williams
 

Overdetermination, Condensation, and Displacement in Bagdad Cafe

Don Kunze



From the Land of Mowgli: Reading Kipling’s ‘The Jungle Book’ from the lens of Displacement

Aanchal Bhatnagar



“That S*** is Transcendent”: Virtual Sexuality and Embodied Virtuality in Striking Vipers (and Beyond)

Amy E. Taylor

9L Library: Roundtable
 

The Old and The New Are The Same: How Yesterday’s Slavery and Today’s Institutionalized Racism Have Impacted Black Women’s Relationships With The Self, Others, and Clinicians

Chair(s): Courtney Slater

Presenter(s): Diane Miller, Lisa Edwards, Emily Johansen, Marissa Lawrence, Jourdan Porter

2:30pm
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3:00pm
Coffee Break
3:00pm
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4:30pm
10A Room A: Symposium
 

MultiCultural Psychosocial Perspectives on Liminal States of Experience: Islamic, Tibetan, and African Approaches to Displacement Phenomenon and In-Between Worlds

Chair(s): Claude Barbre

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Families in the Bardo: Dementia, Displacement, and the Edges of Liminal Loss

Claude Barbre

 

The Intersection of Tibetan Buddhism Beliefs of Karma and Western Psychoanalysis

Matthew Schneider

 

Psychosocial and Spiritual Development of Memorizers of the Qur’an from an Islamic Hermeneutical Framework

Hamza Quadri

 

The Psychology of Dreams in the African Context: Freud, Jung, and the African Psychologists

Michael Njeru

10B Room B: Paper session: Ways of Displacing and Being Displaced
Chair: Angie Voela
 

Transothering: Enjoy your displacement!

Eilon Nathan Shomron-Atar



Queer Displacements: Sites of Memory, Neighborhood Haunts

Maria Ghira Renu Cappelli



How the New Brain Sciences Displace Psychoanalysis

Bob Samuels



Technology and the Displacement of Desire

Steven R Botticelli

10C Room C: Symposium
 

Displacements in the mother/daughter relationships: Enabling and Disabling

Chair(s): Nigel Williams

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Mother and Child Absence and Presence

Lita Crociani-Windland

 

Becoming my Mother's Eyes

Leslie Thompson

 

Intensive Care and Institutionalisation: W(o/a)ndering for Self

Sophie Savage

 

Childhood and Memory: The River Running Through Us

Marilyn Charles

10D Room D: Symposium
 

The Value of Betrayal: Resonance and Mutuality through Displacement

Chair(s): Dan Rose

Discussant(s): Greg Stevens

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Dangerous Spaces: Room for Displacement

Greg Stevens

 

To Feed or Eat the Rich: Has Psychoanalysis Betrayed the Middle Class?

Dan Rose

 

On The Capacity to Feel Betrayed

Megan Kolano

 

Tenderized for Transformation by the Terror of Cultural Collisions

Kimberly Korobov

10L Library
4:30pm
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5:00pm
Coffee Break
5:00pm
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6:30pm
11A Room A
 

Talking About Writing: Enlarging the Space for New and Subaltern Writers in Academia

Chair(s): Michael O'Loughlin

Presenter(s): Angie Voela, Jacob Johanssen, Marilyn Charles, Lita Crociani-Windland, Michael O'Loughlin, Daniel Gaztambide, Annie Lee Jones

11B Room B
11C Room C
11D Room D
11L Library
6:30pm
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7:15pm
Conference Feedback Session
7:15pm
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9:00pm
Wine & Cheese Reception
Date: Sunday, 27/Oct/2019
8:00am
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9:30am
PCS Editorial Board Meeting
9:30am
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12:00pm
APCS Annual Board Meeting

 
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