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1. Del Pozo Ortea, Marta. Soldados de Salamina: Terapias Para Después de una Guerra.

Degree: MA, Hispanic Literatures & Linguistics, 2007, University of Massachusetts

According to Jung, the individuation process is a spiritual transformation through which the individual attains the maturity of his personality. This process requires the incorporation of subconscious material to the conscious life. The unconscious, though personal, is according to the famous psychologist full of images and archetypes that conform what Jung called the “collective unconscious”, which transcends the personal and expands inter-culturally through time and space. This is the perspective used in the present study of Soldados de Salamina (2001), a novel by the Spanish writer Javier Cercas. The hero of this story that combines fiction and reality travels from the present time into the past of his country, the Spanish Civil war, with the purpose of understanding. This immersion in time parallels another one in his psyche through which he deepens into the collective unconscious of the Spanish people. As a result, we have the vital, spiritual and psychological voyage of a man that stars the narration from a chaotic state to finally emerge innerly renovated and mature. By virtue of this transformation, we witness the hero’s process of individuation. Soldados de Salamina returns to the mystery of the ix unconscious and becomes the narration of a voyage of a human being from his deepest psyche, both as a universal and a particular man, towards his conscience. Comprehension is ultimately the engine of a novel that revisits the Spanish past in order to heal inner wounds. Advisors/Committee Members: Barbara Zecchi, Julio Vélez-Sainz.

Subjects/Keywords: memory; mourning; hauntologie; collective unconscious; synchronicity; individuation; therapy

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APA (6th Edition):

Del Pozo Ortea, M. (2007). Soldados de Salamina: Terapias Para Después de una Guerra. (Masters Thesis). University of Massachusetts. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.umass.edu/theses/783

Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition):

Del Pozo Ortea, Marta. “Soldados de Salamina: Terapias Para Después de una Guerra.” 2007. Masters Thesis, University of Massachusetts. Accessed December 01, 2020. https://scholarworks.umass.edu/theses/783.

MLA Handbook (7th Edition):

Del Pozo Ortea, Marta. “Soldados de Salamina: Terapias Para Después de una Guerra.” 2007. Web. 01 Dec 2020.

Vancouver:

Del Pozo Ortea M. Soldados de Salamina: Terapias Para Después de una Guerra. [Internet] [Masters thesis]. University of Massachusetts; 2007. [cited 2020 Dec 01]. Available from: https://scholarworks.umass.edu/theses/783.

Council of Science Editors:

Del Pozo Ortea M. Soldados de Salamina: Terapias Para Después de una Guerra. [Masters Thesis]. University of Massachusetts; 2007. Available from: https://scholarworks.umass.edu/theses/783

2. Petrou, Michael. Souffrances limites individuelles et cadres transsubjectifs pour leur symbolisation. : approche psychanalytique des institutions de soin, de l'adolescence, de la violence et du deuil, à l'interface de l'Anthropologie : Individual suffering limits and trans-subjective frames for their symbolisation : psychoanalytic approach to care institutions, adolescence, violence and mourning, on the interface of Anthropology.

Degree: Docteur es, Psychologie, 2019, Lyon

Cette Thèse est un travail de réélaboration et de synthèse à partir de l’expérience de l’auteur acquise lors :● de sa participation active à la récente réforme psychiatrique en Grèce (mise en place et fonctionnement d’un foyer d’hébergement pour patients asilaires et ensuite d’un centre de jour pour enfants autistes) ;● de sa réflexion clinico-théorique sur la maltraitance et les adolescents (auteurs et victimes de violence), à savoir ce que l’auteur propose d’appeler transitions violentées ;● de ses recherches étalées sur trente ans au sujet du devenir du deuil des personnes disparues à Chypre (lors de l’invasion de l’île par la Turquie en 1974) et des interférences individuelles, sociales et politiques de ce deuil impossible ;● de ses études sur les extensions du concept du travail du deuil (en tant que prototype du travail psychique dans son rapport au travail culturel), des limites et des obstacles que le deuil rencontre au sein de la culture et de la société contemporaines.Le long de ces développements l’approche pluridisciplinaire adoptée met en dialogue la Psychanalyse, l’Anthropologie et la Littérature grecque ancienne. La pluridisciplinarité permet à la fois de multiplier les approches, afin de mieux saisir les phénomènes dans leur complexité et leurs rapports avec leurs environnements, d’examiner ce qui se développent sur les interfaces, de mettre en relief nos limites conceptuelles et méthodologiques, enfin de mettre en perspective des voies de dégagement et de dépassement. (L’étude de la primauté présumée de la mère en Psychanalyse et en Anthropologie, ainsi que l’étude de la culture postmoderne comme métacadre anti-deuil, en sont l’exemple).2En multipliant les expressions des souffrances psychiques à étudier, les environnements où elles se manifestent et les perspectives de leur examen, l’auteur s’efforce de montrer que la structure et les processus psychiques du sujet singulier, d’autant plus ses souffrances, ne peuvent être suffisamment comprises et encore moins soutenues et soulagées, que si on les rapporte aux charges et aux contenus qu’ils prennent pour d’autres sujets, que si on les articule et les met en communication avec les opérations psychiques de ceux-ci, ainsi qu’avec les cadres et métacadres dans lesquels les sujets s’inscrivent, en tant que partie prenante et partie constituante d’un ensemble transsubjectif.Des hypothèses sur les processus, les fonctions et les contenus intersubjectifs de transfert, de charge, de transit, d’encadrement transsubjectif, de reprise et de resymbolisation sont au premier plan de ce travail.

This Thesis is the reworking and re-composition of a study based on the experience acquired by the author from the following:• his active participation in the recent psychiatric reform in Greece (establishment and functioning of a shelter for asylum-seeker patients and later a daycentre for autistic children);• his clinical theory reflections on maltreatment and adolescents (offenders and victims of violence), what the author proposes to call violated transitions.• this…

Advisors/Committee Members: Brun, Anne (thesis director).

Subjects/Keywords: Absence; Antigone; Autisme; Chypre; Culture; Grèce; Désinstitutionnalisation; Interface; Double deuil du moi; Interférences individuelles sociales et politiques; Ntersubjectivité; Matriarcat; Métaphore transmodale; Pluridisciplinarité; Porté-disparu; Porte-«deuil»; Postmodernité; Primauté de la mère; Relance de symbolisation; Souffrance sociale; Traumatismes individuelles et collectives; Violence; Transition; Absence; Antigone; Autism; Cyprus; Culture; Greece; Deinstitutionalization; Interface; Double mourning of the ego,; Individual social and political interference; Ntersubjectivity; Matriarchy; Transmodal metaphor; Pluridisciplinarity; Missing person; Mourning-holder; Postmodernity; Primacy of the mother; Revival of symbolization; Social suffering; Individual and collective traumas; Violence; Transition; 150

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APA (6th Edition):

Petrou, M. (2019). Souffrances limites individuelles et cadres transsubjectifs pour leur symbolisation. : approche psychanalytique des institutions de soin, de l'adolescence, de la violence et du deuil, à l'interface de l'Anthropologie : Individual suffering limits and trans-subjective frames for their symbolisation : psychoanalytic approach to care institutions, adolescence, violence and mourning, on the interface of Anthropology. (Doctoral Dissertation). Lyon. Retrieved from http://www.theses.fr/2019LYSE2107

Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition):

Petrou, Michael. “Souffrances limites individuelles et cadres transsubjectifs pour leur symbolisation. : approche psychanalytique des institutions de soin, de l'adolescence, de la violence et du deuil, à l'interface de l'Anthropologie : Individual suffering limits and trans-subjective frames for their symbolisation : psychoanalytic approach to care institutions, adolescence, violence and mourning, on the interface of Anthropology.” 2019. Doctoral Dissertation, Lyon. Accessed December 01, 2020. http://www.theses.fr/2019LYSE2107.

MLA Handbook (7th Edition):

Petrou, Michael. “Souffrances limites individuelles et cadres transsubjectifs pour leur symbolisation. : approche psychanalytique des institutions de soin, de l'adolescence, de la violence et du deuil, à l'interface de l'Anthropologie : Individual suffering limits and trans-subjective frames for their symbolisation : psychoanalytic approach to care institutions, adolescence, violence and mourning, on the interface of Anthropology.” 2019. Web. 01 Dec 2020.

Vancouver:

Petrou M. Souffrances limites individuelles et cadres transsubjectifs pour leur symbolisation. : approche psychanalytique des institutions de soin, de l'adolescence, de la violence et du deuil, à l'interface de l'Anthropologie : Individual suffering limits and trans-subjective frames for their symbolisation : psychoanalytic approach to care institutions, adolescence, violence and mourning, on the interface of Anthropology. [Internet] [Doctoral dissertation]. Lyon; 2019. [cited 2020 Dec 01]. Available from: http://www.theses.fr/2019LYSE2107.

Council of Science Editors:

Petrou M. Souffrances limites individuelles et cadres transsubjectifs pour leur symbolisation. : approche psychanalytique des institutions de soin, de l'adolescence, de la violence et du deuil, à l'interface de l'Anthropologie : Individual suffering limits and trans-subjective frames for their symbolisation : psychoanalytic approach to care institutions, adolescence, violence and mourning, on the interface of Anthropology. [Doctoral Dissertation]. Lyon; 2019. Available from: http://www.theses.fr/2019LYSE2107

3. Ercel, Erkan. Psychonalysis, Fantasy, Postcoloniality: Derivative Nationalism and Historiography in Post-Ottoman Turkey.

Degree: PhD, Sociology, 2014, York University

Probably nowhere are the themes of tolerance and multiculturalism more prominently at display than in the recently flourishing literature on Ottoman religious-ethnic communities in Turkey, wherein Ottoman rule, particularly the Millet System of the 15th -17th centuries, is romanticized by Turkish nativist historiographers as a perfect model of peaceful coexistence distinguished by exemplary hospitality and multicultural tolerance toward the Other, the “minorities”, be they Jews, Armenians or Greeks. In this dissertation, I investigate the role of these nativist historians and their historiography in the recuperation of Turkish national imagery, as well as the pitfalls of this sort of remembrance. While doing so, I draw upon the psychoanalytically-inspired concept of fantasy and postcolonial theory to demonstrate how the fantasy of Ottoman tolerance as a melancholic attachment to the past deals with the empire’s loss by pointing to internal and external enemies as threats to the unity and coherence of the nation. Domestically speaking, this fantasy promises to bring back the golden age in as much as enemies new and old will be eliminated on the way to restoring the nation’s power. At the same time, this fantasy takes on an international significance as it captures the essence of the reaction to the European imperative: “you should become multicultural and liberal like us.” The fantasy of the Ottoman Tolerance beats its European Other at its own game by claiming: “we were already multicultural.” Seen in these terms, the analysis of the nostalgic literature on Ottoman peace can illuminate how the “Occident/Western” and “Oriental/Derivative” (i.e. the Ottoman and Turkish) formations of the national imaginary are constructed, remembered and contested in the contemporary Global South. In light of these discussions I will question the conditions and possibilities of the ethics of remembering the Empire, and of entertaining a different relationship to the past in contemporary politics in Europe and Turkey. The key concern of my work is then to inquire into alternative ways to remember the Empire without remaining trapped in the fantasy of Ottoman tolerance, or its obverse, the fantasy of Oriental/Ottoman Despotism. Advisors/Committee Members: Canefe, Nergis (advisor).

Subjects/Keywords: Sociology; World history; Nativism; Ottoman tolerance; Ottoman minorities and historiography; Psychoanalysis; Fantasy; Postcoloniality; Post-colonial theory; Ethics; Collective mourning; Social losses and Imperial melancholia; Multiculturalism; Cosmopolitanism; Minorities; European enlargement debates; (ab)use of history; Turkish derivative nationalism; Occidentalism

…narcissistic Turkish collective group identity. A mourning process wherein subjects unquestionably… …paradise lost. In light of literature on the ethics and politics of mourning collective losses… …national imagery and collective identity. I conceive of the recently emerging Ottoman… …Turkish collective unconscious, the Ottoman-Turkish case is left out of the literature and has… …collective memory. Instead of focusing on whether these Turkish historians misrepresent historical… 

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APA (6th Edition):

Ercel, E. (2014). Psychonalysis, Fantasy, Postcoloniality: Derivative Nationalism and Historiography in Post-Ottoman Turkey. (Doctoral Dissertation). York University. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10315/27633

Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition):

Ercel, Erkan. “Psychonalysis, Fantasy, Postcoloniality: Derivative Nationalism and Historiography in Post-Ottoman Turkey.” 2014. Doctoral Dissertation, York University. Accessed December 01, 2020. http://hdl.handle.net/10315/27633.

MLA Handbook (7th Edition):

Ercel, Erkan. “Psychonalysis, Fantasy, Postcoloniality: Derivative Nationalism and Historiography in Post-Ottoman Turkey.” 2014. Web. 01 Dec 2020.

Vancouver:

Ercel E. Psychonalysis, Fantasy, Postcoloniality: Derivative Nationalism and Historiography in Post-Ottoman Turkey. [Internet] [Doctoral dissertation]. York University; 2014. [cited 2020 Dec 01]. Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/10315/27633.

Council of Science Editors:

Ercel E. Psychonalysis, Fantasy, Postcoloniality: Derivative Nationalism and Historiography in Post-Ottoman Turkey. [Doctoral Dissertation]. York University; 2014. Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/10315/27633

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