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UPDATE: Due to the pandemic, the conference has been postponed indefinitely.

The submissions for Psychoanalysis to Come: Community and Culture is now CLOSED and all presenters have been notified of their selection. 

There are no keynote speakers or simultaneous panels for this weekend of events. This is envisioned as a place for us to come together as colleagues and peers to think, work, discuss and engage with one another and the material presented. The conference is designed to promote dialogue and communication, as we contemplate the current state of psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic community and transmission, and our place in relation to the larger culture and political landscape. Questions and participation from the audience and group discussion will be encouraged. 

If you would like to invite colleagues, friends or family members to attend and participate as audience members, we are opening up the invitation to purchase tickets for the weekend. There are a limited number of seats, so if you have someone that you know would like to attend, please encourage them to register ASAP by PayPaling 135 EU (equivalent to 150 USD or 1000 DKK) to  There are no day passes available, only weekend tickets.

Feel free to write with any questions. 

For more, please visit Psychoanalysis to Come: Community and Culture

Previous conferences:


May 30-June 1 – Re-writing the Future: 100 Years of Esoteric Modernism & Psychoanalysis conference co-organized with Carl Abrahamsson, Schloss Pienzenau and Brunnenburg, Merano, Italy.


May 6-8 – Psychoanalysis, Art & the Occult conference co-organized with Carl Abrahamsson, Candid Arts Trust, London, England. The papers from this conference are collected together into a special edition of The Fenris Wolf, vol 9 (Trapart Books, 2017). 


May 1-3 – On Violence and Psychoanalysis conference co-organized with Manya Steinkoler, Fordham University – Lincoln Center Campus, New York City, USA. On Psychoanalysis and Violence: Contemporary Lacanian Perspectives (Routledge, 2018) inspired from this conference. 


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