The Freud Museum in London, once the home of both Sigmund and Anna Freud, has announced a series of Autumn/Winter events. These will include a talk from award-winning writer and clinical psychologist Dr. Frank Tallis, who will examine the 'enduring appeal' of the detective fiction genre in relation to his work. Professor Naomi Segal will be discussing her most recent book, Consensuality. And the prize-winning British poet Ruth Padel will be exploring the debt to Darwin in Sigmund Freud's psychoanalytic texts.
Tuesday 13 October
Being Good: Aichhorn and Anna - A performance presentation
Tuesday 20 October
The Interpretation of Screams: Freud and Detective Fiction
Thursday 12 November
Consensuality: Skin, gender and the sense of touch
Thursday 3 December
Darwin and Tangle : The Skeins of Family, Creativity and Loss
For more information on the series, or to arrange a booking, you can find all necessary details at the Freud Museum homepage.