The Life of Gregory Zilboorg, 1940–1959: Mind, Medicine, and Man is the second volume of a meticulously researched two-part biography of the Russian-American psychoanalyst Gregory Zilboorg and chronicles the impact of the Second World ...
Author: Caroline Zilboorg
The Life of Gregory Zilboorg, 1940–1959: Mind, Medicine, and Man is the second volume of a meticulously researched two-part biography of the Russian-American psychoanalyst Gregory Zilboorg and chronicles the impact of the Second World War on his work and thinking as well as his divorce, remarriage, and conversion to Catholicism. With extensive references to Zilboorg’s writing and politics, this book demonstrates the significance of his contributions to the fields of psychiatry and psychoanalysis in the context of his tumultuous intellectual, personal, and spiritual life. In his late work, he would argue, controversially, that there was no incompatibility between psychoanalysis and religion. Grounded in a wealth of primary source material and impressive research, this book completes the compelling biography of a major figure in psychoanalysis. It will be of interest to general readers as well as scholars across a range of disciplines, particularly the history of psychoanalysis and religion.
Psyche, Psychiatry, and Psychoanalysis Caroline Zilboorg. Psychoanalytisches Institut: Poliklinik und Lehranstalt, ed. ... 26, 23 July 1940, 13. ———. ... Gregory Zilboorg (second edition). New York: Dutton, 1959, xiii–xviii. ———.
Author: Caroline Zilboorg
The Life of Gregory Zilboorg, 1890–1940: Psyche, Psychiatry, and Psychoanalysis is the first volume of a meticulously researched two-part biography of the Russian-American psychoanalyst Gregory Zilboorg and chronicles the period from his birth as a Jew in Tsarist Russia to his prominence as a New York psychoanalyst on the eve of the Second World War. Educated in Kiev and Saint Petersburg, Zilboorg served as a young physician during the First World War and, after the revolution, as secretary to the minister of labour in Kerensky’s provisional government. Having escaped following Lenin’s takeover, Zilboorg requalified in medicine at Columbia University and underwent analysis with Franz Alexander at the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute. His American patients ranged from wealthy and artistic figures such as George Gershwin and Lillian Hellman to prison inmates. His writing includes important histories of psychiatry, for which he is still known, as well as examinations of gender, suicide, and the relationship between psychiatry and the law. His socialist politics and late work on Freud’s (mis)understanding of religious belief created a wide circle of friends and acquaintances, from members of the Warburg banking family to the Trappist monk Thomas Merton. Drawing on previously unpublished sources, including family papers and archival material, The Life of Gregory Zilboorg, 1890–1940: Psyche, Psychiatry, and Psychoanalysis offers a dramatic narrative that will appeal to general readers as well as scholars interested in the First World War, the Russian revolution, the Jewish diaspora, and the history of psychoanalysis.
Dorian Feigenbaum, Bertram David Lewin, Gregory Zilboorg, Frankwood Earl Williams. ( 1940 , 1959 ) and Schilder ( 1935 ) have made a strong case for the extension of the concept of conversion to include derivation from pregenital levels ...
Author: Dorian Feigenbaum
Category: Electronic journals
"Primitive high gods, by Gʹeza Rʹoheim": v. 3, no. 1, pt. 2 (133 p.).
In This I Believe: The Living Philosophies of One Hundred Thoughtful Men and Women in All Walks of Life, edited by E. P. Morgan, ... 2 (October 1940): 92–109. ———. ... Mead, Margaret, Louis M. Hacker, John R. Rees, and Gregory Zilboorg.
Author: George Blaustein
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
What has it meant to be an Americanist? What did it mean to be an Americanist through fascism, war, and occupation? Nightmare Envy and Other Stories is a study of Americanist writing and institutions in the 20th century. Four chapters trace four routes through the mid-twentieth century. The first chapter is the hidden history of American Studies in the United States, Europe and Japan. The second is the strange career of "national character" in anthropology. The third is a contest between military occupation and cultural diplomacy in Europe. The fourth is the emergence and fate of the "American Renaissance," as the scholar and literary critic F.O. Matthiessen carried a canon of radical literature across the Iron Curtain. Each chapter culminates in the postwar period, when the ruin of postwar Europe led writers and intellectuals on both sides of the Atlantic to understand America in new ways. Many of our modern myths of the United States and Europe were formed in this moment. Some saw the United States assume the mantle of cultural redeemer. Others saw a stereotypical America, rich in civilization but poor in culture, overtake a stereotypical Europe, rich in culture and equally rich in disaster. Drawing on American and European archives, the book weaves cultural, intellectual, and diplomatic history, with portraits of Matthiessen, Margaret Mead, Ruth Benedict, David Riesman, Alfred Kazin, and Ralph Ellison. It excavates the history of the Salzburg Seminar in American Civilization, where displaced persons, former Nazis, budding Communists, and glad-handing Americans met on the common ground of American culture. Others found keys to their own contexts in American books, reading Moby-Dick in the ruins. Nightmare Envy and Other Stories chronicles American encounters with European disaster, European encounters with American fiction, and the chasms over which culture had to reach.
... see Ruth Shonle Cavan, “The Chicago School of Sociology, 1918–1933,” Urban Life 11 (1983): 407–20; Martin Bulmer, ... Alfred Adler (1870–1937), Franz Alexander (1891–1964), and Gregory Zilboorg (1890–1959), the last also being a ...
Author: Matthew Smith
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Social psychiatry was a mid-twentieth-century approach to mental health that stressed the prevention of mental illness rather than its treatment. Its proponents developed environmental explanations of mental health, arguing that socioeconomic problems such as poverty, inequality, and social isolation were the underlying causes of mental illness. The influence of social psychiatry contributed to the closure of psychiatric hospitals and the emergence of community mental health care during the 1960s. By the 1980s, however, social psychiatry was in decline, having lost ground to biological psychiatry and its emphasis on genetics, neurology, and psychopharmacology. The First Resort is a history of the rise and fall of social psychiatry that also explores the lessons this largely forgotten movement has to offer today. Matthew Smith examines four ambitious projects that investigated the relationship between socioeconomic factors and mental illness in Chicago, New Haven, New York City, and Nova Scotia. He contends that social psychiatry waned not because of flaws in its preventive approach to mental health but rather because the economic and political crises of the 1970s and the shift to the right during the 1980s foreclosed the social changes required to create a more mentally healthy society. Smith also argues that social psychiatry provides timely insights about how progressive social policies, such as a universal basic income, can help stem rising rates of mental illness in the present day.
On Death and the Continuity of Life Robert Jay Lifton. First Psychoanalyst , " in Insight ... 23 , 1940 ( 1938 ) , pp . 141-208 , 199 . 3. ... Gregory Zilboorg , " Fear of Death , " Psychoanalytic Quarterly 12 ( 1943 ) : 465-75 . 11.
Author: Robert Jay Lifton
Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub
The unique human awareness of our own mortality enables us to ensure our perpetuation beyond death through our impact on others. This continuity of life has been profoundly shaken by the advent of wars of mass destruction, genocide, and the ever-present threat of nuclear annihilation. In The Broken Connection, Robert Jay Lifton, one of America's foremost thinkers and preeminent psychiatrists, explores the inescapable connections between death and life, the psychiatric disorders that arise from these connections, and the advent of the nuclear age which has jeopardized any attempts to ensure the perpetuation of the self beyond death.
In 1941, on the advice of his psychiatrist, Dr. Gregory Zilboorg, Hart made a permanent professional break with his ... His autobiography, Act One (1959), became a best seller, selling over 740,000 copies, and he received the Antoinette ...
Author: Steven H. Gale
First published in 1988, this book contains entries on famous American Humorists. Humor has been present in American literature, from the beginning, and has developed characteristics that reflect the American character, both regional and national. Although American literature was, in the past, treated as inferior to British literature, there has always been a large popular audience for the genre, which this book shows. The figures with entries in this encyclopedia not only amuse in their writing, but also aim to enlighten- setting out to expose the foibles and foolishness of society and the individuals who compose it. It is the manner in which these authors try to accomplish this end that determines whether they appear in the volume. Indeed, the book will demonstrate that the best humor has at its base, a ready understanding of human nature.
JOURNAL EDITOR'S NOTE This interesting and instructive paper, presented by Dr. Zilboorg (1890–1959) at Saint Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington, D.C., ... the Study of Life-Threatening Behavior, University of California at Los Angeles.
Author: John T. Maltsberger
Publisher: NYU Press
In the context of a plateau in the development of new methodologies for using nuclear magnetic resonance to investigate the structure of macromolecules, 21 lectures and ensuing discussions, and three panel discussions evaluate the status of the field and the directions it might take. The keynote address discusses the possibilities and limitations of NMR studies of the intramolecular dynamics of biomolecules. Among the other topics are proteins involved in cell adhesion processes, incorporating motional properties into the interpretation of three-dimensional solution structures, the accurate measurement of internuclear distances by suppressing spin diffusion, and flexible molecules. Abstracts are also provided for about 70 poster papers. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
This is an enlarged version of the 1982 edition, updated to include the 1991 recipients. It offers the same inclusive listing of Newbery and Caldecott Medal and Honor Books, library collections with significant holdings and background readings on each of the 325 award-winning authors and illustrators. The volume is organised by author/illustrator and identifies the first appearance of each title. It also includes separate listings of Newbery Medal and Honor Books; Caldecott Medal and Honor Books; collections; a background reading bibliography; and an author/illustrator/title index. It has a companion volume, Newberry and Caldecott Medal and Honor Books in Other Media, and the two books are also available as a set at a price of u72.00."
She also wrote poetry and nonfiction , including an autobiography published in 1940 , short stories and motion - picture ... 13 , 1959 ) . Zilboorg , Gregory , U.S. psychiatrist ( b . Kiev , Russia , Dec. 25 , 1890 - d .
Norman Vincent Peale and the Remaking of American Religious Life Christopher Lane ... Gregory Zilboorg, as quoted in Academy of Religion and Mental Health, Religion, Science, and Mental Health: Proceedings of the First Academy Symposium ...
Author: Christopher Lane
Publisher: Yale University Press
The dramatic, untold story of how Norman Vincent Peale and a handful of conservative allies fueled the massive rise of religiosity in the United States during the 1950s Near the height of Cold War hysteria, when the threat of all-out nuclear war felt real and perilous, Presbyterian minister Norman Vincent Peale published The Power of Positive Thinking. Selling millions of copies worldwide, the book offered a gospel of self-assurance in an age of mass anxiety. Despite Peale’s success and his ties to powerful conservatives such as Dwight D. Eisenhower, J. Edgar Hoover, and Joseph McCarthy, the full story of his movement has never been told. Christopher Lane shows how the famed minister’s brand of Christian psychology inflamed the nation’s religious revival by promoting the concept that belief in God was essential to the health and harmony of all Americans. We learn in vivid detail how Peale and his powerful supporters orchestrated major changes in a nation newly defined as living “under God.” This blurring of the lines between religion and medicine would reshape religion as we know it in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
Mora , " Three American Historians of Psychiatry : Albert Deutsch , Gregory Zilboorg , George Rosen " in Edwin R. ... For more on the social medicine movement of the 1940s , see Dorothy Watkins ( Porter ) , " What Was Social Medicine ?
Author: Mark S. Micale
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
This book brings together leading international authorities - physicians, historians, social scientists, and others - who explore the many complex interpretive and ideological dimensions of historical writing about psychiatry. The book includes chapters on the history of the asylum, Freud, anti-psychiatry in the United States and abroad, feminist interpretations of psychiatry's past, and historical accounts of Nazism and psychotherapy, as well as discussions of many individual historical figures and movements. It represents the first attempt to study comprehensively the multiple mythologies that have grown up around the history of madness and the origin, functions, and validity of these myths in our psychological century.
the problems of life and correcting the bad posture of the mind , symptoms and social maladjustments usually disappear " ... J. C. Whitehorn and Gregory Zilboorg , " Present Trends in American Psychi- atric Research , " AJP 90 ( 1933 ) ...
Author: Jack D. Pressman
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This book, first published in 1998, revisits the period in the 1940s and 1950s when many Americans were operated on for mental illness.
Release on 1981-11-22 | by Susan Stanford Friedman
See also Bryher's memoir of their war experience together , The Days of Mars : A Memoir , 1940—1946 ( New York ... Both Marcuse in Eros and Civilization and Brown in Life Against Death ( New York : Random House , 1959 ) base much of ...
Author: Susan Stanford Friedman
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Category: Social Science
"... a major study of the poetry." -- Sandra M. Gilbert, New York Times Book Review "... the first book-length study to approach H.D. from a feminist perspective.... Psyche Reborn is a valuable book not only for H.D. specialists but also for those interested in twentieth-century intellectual history." -- Cheryl Walker, Signs "... lucid, deeply informed assessment... " -- Joanne Felt Diehl, Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature "Indiana University Press should be heartily commended for promoting Psyche Reborn in paperback, hence making this vital critical work more widely available." -- Lesbian and Gay Studies Newsletter "... a richly documented, polemical, and intelligent study... Friedman's is a splendid and rewarding achievement." -- The Year's Work in English Studies
Boston , Houghton Mifflin Co. , of Science , " New York Times , Decem1942 ber 30 , 1959 " The Process Equation of Psy- Simpson , George E. and ... pany , March 1959 more , Johns Hopkins Press , 1935 Zilboorg , Gregory Bibliography 2093.
Gregory Roettger ) , 798 : 1962 Medicine and Men - Father Alphonsus Bonnar ; ( ed . ... Reginald H. Fuller ) , 629 : 1959 More Than Many Sparrows - Father Leo J. Trese , 103 : 1959 Music of the Catholic Church - Alec Robertson ...