The History of Psychoanalysis Series
Series Editor: Professor Brett Kahr and Professor Peter L. Rudnytsky

  The Clinic and the Context
Historical Essays

  Corresponding Lives
Mabel Dodge Luhan, A. A. Brill, and the Psychoanalytic Adventure in America

  A Dangerous Legacy
Judaism and the Psychoanalytic Movement

  Ferenczi and Beyond
Exile of the Budapest School and Solidarity in the Psychoanalytic Movement During the Nazi Years

  Ferenczi and His World
Rekindling the Spirit of the Budapest School

  Ferenczi for Our Time
Theory and Practice

  A Forgotten Freudian
The Passion of Karl Stern

  Freud and the Dora Case
A Promise Betrayed

  Freud at Work
On the History of Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice, with an Analysis of Freud's Patient Calendar

  Freud in Zion
Psychoanalysis and the Making of Modern Jewish Identity

  The Freudian Orient
Early Psychoanalysis, Anti-Semitic Challenge, and the Vicissitudes of Orientalist Discourse

  Her Hour Come Round at Last
A Garland for Nina Coltart

  Karl Abraham
Life and Work, a Biography

  The Life and Times of Franz Alexander
From Budapest to California

  The Milan Seminar
Clinical Applications of Attachment Theory

  Psychoanalytic Filiations
Mapping the Psychoanalytic Movement

  The Skin-Ego
A New Translation by Naomi Segal

  What is this Professor Freud Like?
A Diary of an Analysis with Historical Comments