This international journal explores the intersection between psychoanalysis and the social world. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society is a journal of both clinical and academic relevance which publishes articles examining the roles that psychoanalysis can play in promoting and achieving progressive social change and social justice.
Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society benefits a worldwide community of psychoanalytically informed scholars in the social and political sciences, media, cultural and literary studies, as well as clinicians and practitioners who probe the relationship between the social and the psychic.
Published quarterly, the journal offers several special sections and complete special issues per year, on such topics as Psychoanalysis, African Americans and Inequality; Acknowledgement and accountability in the Israel-Palestine conflict and Psychoanalysis, Trauma and Community.
Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society is the official journal of the Association for the Psychoanalysis of Culture & Society.
Ellen Ramvi, Julian Manley, Lynn Froggett, Anne Liveng, Aase Lading, Wendy Hollway, Birgitta Haga Gripsrud