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In Memoriam, Humberto Nagera, MD 1927-2016

This Month and Next at the Center...

Professionals and Public invited free of charge, except where otherwise specified.

(All the lectures and papers have an informational/educational purpose only. Nothing should be implemented without previous profesional advice)


Participants discuss after a seminar.

Coming Soon
  • Totem and Taboo: Freud was Right! Lecture 2: Rethinking the Primal Horde, by Michael Poff, Psychoanalyst – The Carter-Jenkins Center Psychoanalytic Institute, M.A., Anthropology, The University of Chicago.

  • Totem and Taboo: Freud was Right! Lecture 3: Rethinking Lamarckism, by Michael Poff, Psychoanalyst – The Carter-Jenkins Center Psychoanalytic Institute, M.A., Anthropology, The University of Chicago.

  • Totem and Taboo: Freud was Right! Lecture 4: Cultural Evolutionism Updated, by Michael Poff, Psychoanalyst – The Carter-Jenkins Center Psychoanalytic Institute, M.A., Anthropology, The University of Chicago.

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Throughout our website, you will notice works of arts featured on some of our pages. The artists have graciously offered to donate 20% of any sales referred from The Center. To get to know more about the artists and to see a 'gallery' of their works, please click here.

 
     
 
Last Update: December 6, 2018

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