Study Freud at the Freud Museum

A rare opportunity
Sigmund Freud: famous for his theories of the unconscious mind. Photograph: Harlingue/Viollet/Rex Features

The Freud Museum in London is organizing an evening class to introduce newcomers to the work of Sigmund Freud. It sounds like an interesting and 'uncanny' privilege: to be guided through some of the founding concepts of psychoanalysis while sitting in Freud's former home:
Introducing Freud at the Freud Museum

An exploration of Freud's life and thought and the origins of psychoanalysis

What exactly is a Freudian slip? What did Freud say about the unconcious? What can psychoanalysis tell us about dreams? If you're curious to find out, this is the course for you!

In the unique setting of the Freud Museum, discover Freud's life and work with our fascinating new course. No prior knowledge is required and you will be guided by an experienced tutor.

The couse runs for 12 weeks and will be taught by Keith Barrett BA (Oxon), PhD (London).
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The course runs from 14 January 2010 - 8 April 2010, and takes place every Thursday, 18.30 - 20.30.