Among The Blind is a journey into an unfamiliar world. A world separated from our own by a single sensory organ. Director Eva Spreitzhofer challenges our assumptions in this documentary by introducing us to the experiences The sun is shining, the landscape is beautiful, they are in love. Things would be perfect For programme and registration form please see website. Hanna is Three days of screenings, workshops and panel discussions exploring cinema as a resource for reshaping a crisis-ridden global present. Further performance dates throughout September A regular drop-in peer-to-peer workshop for literary translators between German and English.
Participants can bring passages or queries from a translation they are working on to discuss with the group or just come to listen and offer feedback. Please bring The Full Moon Cafe. A junction hidden in the middle of virtual highway. A point where space, time and two strangers come together. An innocent encounter that crumbles, lost in the maze of the information age. The Internet. A modern A landmark of twentieth century musical theatre, The Threepenny Opera comes to the National Theatre in a bold new production.
Rory Kinnear In the decade before the Iron Curtain fell, walled-in Berlin became the creative melting pot for sub- and pop-culture which attracted musicians and artists from West Germany and all over the world. Everything and anything seemed possible at this special The first part of the workshop will cover the topic German films in the classroom and will give suggestions on how to deal with them with regards to content and methodology in accordance with the new A-level syllabus.
The second Translated into German at a crucial moment in the formation of a German literary canon, Shakespeare has been seen by many in Germany as the third great national poet, next to Goethe and Schiller. This evening is dedicated to exploring We will be providing a post referendum analysis by a speaker from the LSE name to be confirmed and an opportunity A taster session allowing year 10 pupils to find out more about what it is like to study German at university.
This year's topic is Literacy in the German Classroom. The day will include seminars, advice and tools Film Tom Schilling Oh Boy plays Benjamin, a shy student who may be pretty much invisible to the people around him, but can have considerable impact on a computer server. This comes in handy when he gets hold of exam The actor reflects on the challenges and rewards of playing Macheath in this new production of The Threepenny Opera.
Chaired by Anne McElvoy. This is a wonderful opportunity to see some of the best new short films For the piece exploring the Roma communities of Europe, Dorky Viennese director, scriptwriter and producer Ulrich Seidl b. The fictional Dog Days Es spielt Basilikaorganist Elmar Lehnen aus Kevelaer. This conference, organised by Deborah Holmes Salzburg and Florian Krobb Maynooth , offers insights into Austrian 'Festkultur' - from Habsburg court ritual to the media spectacles of the present day, from 'Volksfeste' to festivals of high culture and classical music.
This double bill presents films by two of the founding members of Austrian arthouse production company coop This was followed by a second novel, 'Hinter den Augen' and a collection of short prose 'Draussen um diese Zeit' in She is an The photographs on display show moments of social, cultural and political identity of the United Kingdom. Rather than During her stay in Suriname Gustav Deutsch, the maestro of found footage filmmaking, investigates the endless wealth of the medium in this triple bill.
The first film is dedicated to the scientific laboratory as the first birth place of cinematography, while the second Clara Immerwahr, wife of the famed Heimatfilm, a genre particular to the German-speaking world drew on the tradition of Bergfilm mountain film , as promoted by the Frank School in the s and 30s.
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Convenor: Dr Heide Kunzelmann, Ingeborg Film Showing More than ten years after Run Lola Run and after having directed major international productions like Perfume and The International , Tom Tykwer returned to Berlin to make this more modest, but intricate and subtly amusing film In the searing summer heat of Italy, the simple Emilia Galotti prepares for her wedding. In the Palace, a Prince broods over this beauty he cannot attain. When it is required, will the middle-classes rise up against their masters?
Following the disaster a km restricted zone was erected around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, Our April Event promises to be exciting and informative. During his tropical and subtropical South American journey, the German naturalist Alexander von Humboldt explored mountain peaks, pondered the origins of the river Orinoco, listened to nocturnal animals in primeval forests, and experienced awe in the face of the Film Showing Germany Ruby and Martin are young and rebellious. They want to be free, to be together and to create their own destinies. Together they deside to run away to Berlin.
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She must leave her husband behind. A gripping snapshot of a woman struggling to escape the growing shadow of Nazi terror. A parable for any political system based on the Organized buy the English Goethe Society. All welcome. Lecture by Patrick Bade. Between and Gustav Mahler conducted performances at the Metropolitan Opera that set new standards and evoked paeans of praise from the New York critics.
Despite declining health and fierce competition from the thrusting young The recital includes two arias from Bach's St Matthew Passion and one aria from Ulrike Draesner is a prize-winning writer of novels, short stories, critical essays and poetry 17 books to date who last year won the biggest German poetry prize the Joachim Ringelnatz - akin to the Whitbread or T.
Eliot Prize and Part of a seminar series entitled 'Vienna Tales on Page and Screen' bringing together short stories by well-known literary figures such as Arthur Schnitzler and films on contemporary themes made in or set in Vienna. In the heat of the summer. An isolated house in the countryside between woods and corn fields For the first time, a true international finance industry insider tells all. These deliciously scary, thrilling and funny tales are adapted from the Brothers Grimm by poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy.
They include the magical stories of Hansel and Gretel and the original Cinderella, along with less well known stories for you Every family has a secret, a darkness no one wants to touch. We continue to explore the best of new Austrian and British writing in our new author discussion series. The series will bring Austrian and British authors together to discuss a topic that is prominent in their work. Carolina Schutti and A girl must make a choice… to take the child and run, or leave him behind in the fury of civil war. The text will be About the lecture Germany regained its position How and why did musicians start programming song recitals the way they do now?
After the success of our Vanillekipferl event last December, we invite you on another culinary and literary tour down memory lane. The second event takes its inspiration from a famous Austrian collection of stories by Friedrich Torberg and the comfort Renowned as the inventor of tanztheater, and widely regarded as one of the most significant influences in modern dance, Pina Bausch inspired generations of audiences and artists before her untimely death in Featuring the haunting music of Chilean composers Exhibition until Friday 15 April Basic structures of presents three artists that use the vocabulary of fabric within the development of their practice.
Positioned within the frame of fashion week, this exhibition delves into the conceptualisation of trends, repetitive A seminar to mark the publication of the second volume of essays published in the context of a joint research project between the IMLR and the University of Exeter on the history, discourses and literary and filmic reflections of German Seminar Series. Taking Lorenz Puntel's and Alan White's 'Structural-Systematic Philosophy' as a starting point, the seminar will consider various phases of the history of the question of 'being' phenomenological, dialectical, critical and analogical in dialogue with the most important representatives Following a period The German Comedy Embassador will be joined on the A malicious serpent.
An evil sorcerer who is holding a beautiful princess captive. A dark queen with manipulative motives. And three testing trials of his courage and virtue. What else must Prince Tamino overcome in his quest for love, light Lecture by Prof. Her research focuses on the history of social welfare in a transnational perspective. Theatre performance. Seminar series. The seminar Friday, 29 January pm , will have a special guest: Prof.
Why do we eat soup with a spoon, when we could drink it, This is Fritz Lang's most harrowing study of guilt and damnation, with Edward G. Robinson as a quietly suffering bookkeeper who encounters fate in the form of a calculating prostitute Joan Bennett and her pimp Dan Duryea. Taking Lorenz Puntel's and Alan White's 'Structural-Systematic Philosophy' as a starting point, the seminar will consider various phases of the history of the question of 'being' phenomenological, dialectical, critical and analogical in dialogue with the most important representatives of the The new seminar series 'Vienna Tales on Page and Screen', brings together short stories by well-known literary figures such as Arthur Schnitzler and films on contemporary themes made in or set in Vienna.
Seminars are based on selected stories from The Reappearance of Public Mourning on the Streets of European Cities': In this lecture Professor Sigrid Weigel investigates the relatively recent phenomenon of rituals of public communal grieving in Europe, placing it in the historical context of an Our first one will be held on 20th January , Scott Henderson Franchot Tone , a successful young businessman, is arrested for allegedly strangling his wife.
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Posted: 8th Oct Posted by: admin. Posted: 10th Oct Posted by: admin. But it was not only Moll who attacked Freud over his understanding of infant and childhood sexuality. Within the psychoanalytical movement, a fundamental critique came from C. Jung believed that this was too much centred on sexuality. Although Jung agreed with Freud over a link between the nutritive and sexual function of libido, Jung saw libido as a form of energy that changed its function during childhood. By the end of this phase, libido eventually would be stripped of all the characteristics and functions it showed during early infancy.
Perversions, then, would be the consequence of an incomplete or disrupted change of function in libido. Most psychologists had rejected Freudian psychoanalysis until this point. In a polemical and intellectually sharp analysis, William Stern, for instance, professor of psychology at Breslau University and at the time more prominent than Freud, criticised the application of psychoanalytical theories to infants and children.
He accused psychoanalysts of going much too far by detecting something sexual everywhere and in everyone. This would lead to, as he called it, an Entharmlosung of sexuality making sexuality not harmless or innocent in the young. If a child showed signs of precocious sexual interests, Stern considered this pathological. Like Jung and Stern, Kraus suspected that much of psychoanalysis was based on projections.
In , Kraus broke with Freud — the immediate reason was the conflict with Wittels — and from then on, commented with biting irony on the psychoanalytical movement. She criticised the fact that psychoanalysis ignored serious methodological problems when exploring infant and childhood sexual experiences, because one could not draw any analogies between their experiences and those of adults.
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This was exactly what, in her view, psychoanalysts were guilty of doing. Therefore, sexual behaviour in children could not be interpreted from an adult perspective but had to be understood in its own right. Both masturbation in infancy and sexual activities between children were, in her view, neither common nor frequent. Freud and his fellow psychoanalysts did everything to defend their psychoanalytical understanding of infant and childhood sexuality. From both of their accounts, one gets a very good impression of how much they disliked each other. After the death in of Krafft-Ebing, Moll was amongst the best-known sexologists in Europe.
The critique of Moll by psychoanalysts quickly gained force. The nineteenth-century approach that had pathologised sexual feelings and activities of children — or, to be more precise, feelings and activities that were perceived as being of a sexual nature — had become obsolete. However, contrasting theories and explanations, as well as open questions, persisted. Freud and other psychoanalysts, for instance, continued to discuss the detrimental effects of masturbation for at least the following two decades, whereas Moll could not see such pathological effects.
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Moll and other researchers at the time eg. Ellis and later on eg. Intellectuals, writers and artists were obsessed with a sexualised understanding of children, in particular of girls before puberty. The position of C.
Jung is ambiguous. However, by contrast, Stern rejected any notion of a normal sexuality in children, and Jung perceived the first three to five years of infanthood as a non-sexual phase. Freud and the Discovery of Child Sexuality. History of Childhood Quarterly. Cologne: Hohenheim, I am using here the revised German edition.
Critical Inquiry. Frankfurt: Fischer, Geschichte des privaten Lebens , Vol. Jahrhundert Frankfurt: Campus, Hurley trans. Das Saugen an den Fingern, Lippen etc. Ueber Coitus im Kindesalter: Eine hygienische Studie. Zur Psychologie in der Vita sexualis. Instead, he assumed that the sexual drive in childhood was not always undifferentiated, as in some cases a heterosexual tendency in childhood remained heterosexual after puberty, and likewise a homosexual tendency continued after puberty ibid.
Although having interviewed many people, Moll was unable to find out which of the two developed first more often, but presumed that in most cases the impulse to touch the genitals, the Detumescenztrieb , developed first ibid. This would be supported by the observations of the Italian psychiatrist and director of the asylum in Catanzaro, Silvio Venturi — , who, according to Moll, suggested that temporary masturbation could be explained physiologically, Silvio Venturi, Le degenerazioni psico-sessuali nella vita degli individui e nella storia delle societa Turin: Bocca, , 6—8.
Speyer reported of several cases of children showing passionate feelings of love, jealousy and hatred towards other children or adults in letters, R. Moll referred to pages 6, —2, and —5.
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Moll referred here to a case of a one-and-a-half-year-old girl who was seen playing at her genitals with her fingers, ibid. Moll did not make any reference to the emerging endocrinological literature. However, Moll made a distinction between the two drives. The detumescence-impulse, he thought, was a direct consequence of the gonads, at least in men, whereas in women during intercourse the detumescence-impulse was separated from the functioning of the gonads.
The contrectation-impulse, in contrast, he interpreted as an indirect consequence of the gonads that could only be understood from an evolutionary perspective in relation to the purpose of the genitals ibid. Moll explained this indirect effect of the gonads as excitement Erregung stemming from the testicles or ovaries. This excitement, however, he understood to be probably independent from the secretion of semen or from ovulation ibid. See Moll, op. Moll and Krafft-Ebing regularly corresponded Sulloway, ibid. See also Sulloway, op. He also collected a large number of picture postcards and had photographs taken of young girls he favoured and admired, many of them in the nude and put on display on the walls of his room in the Grabenhotel where he lived.
Hans Christian Kosler ed. The child—woman came into fashion. There was thirst after immaturity. Das Weibkind kam in Mode. Man lechzte nach Unreife. In he came into conflict with the law when he was accused of sexually molesting and abusing underage girls in the Vienna Forest; Werkner, op. It is not clear who the author was, but Felix Salten — , the author of Bambi , has been alleged to have written the novel, although he had denied this. See K. One of the most famous examples was Charles Lutwidge Dodgson Lewis Carroll and his fascination with young girls, whom he photographed in the nude from the late s.
Some scholars eg. Imhof and D. Roberts trans. London: Reaktion, ch. Paul trans. London: Allen, , repr. Die Kinderfehler. Bell had been a student of G.
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Stanley Hall cf. Moll, ibid. Moll repeated his criticism of Freud several times throughout his study, see, for example, idem op. London: Max, , — and — Bleuler saw himself standing somewhere between Freud and Jung in this respect but leaning more towards Freud; Shamdasani, ibid. On the strained relationship between Stern and Freud and other psychoanalysts, ibid. Ein Protest. On the relationship between Kraus and Freud, Wagner, op. A few days before the meeting, Freud had made a similar negative comment in a letter to C.
Jung , Ralph Manheim and R. Hull trans. Sulloway, op. Geuter, op. A reviewer for the American Journal of Psychology op. Wilhelm Stekel, for instance, did not believe masturbation was pathological as such; rather, the pathological effect was caused by those fighting against masturbation. Nunberg and Federn eds , op. National Center for Biotechnology Information , U. Journal List Med Hist v. Med Hist. Published online Apr. Lutz D. Author information Copyright and License information Disclaimer.
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