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5th International Erich Fromm Seminar - New Date: September 2022

for Doctoral Students and Postdocs at the Erich Fromm Institute Tuebingen September 14, thru 17, 2022

The seminar gathers up to 10 doctoral students and postdocs working on Fromm-related research projects (e.g. in psychology, sociology, philosophy, education, history, anthropology, political theory, political science, social work, theology, religious studies, international relations, literary studies etc.) from all over the world. The Seminar language is English. All participants have the chance to present their own research. Each project will receive feedback from a senior advisor and will be discussed in the seminar group. The seminar runs from Wednesday, September 14, 2:00 p.m., to Saturday, September 17, 1:00 p.m.

The event is organized by the Erich Fromm Study Center (EFSC) of the International Psychoanalytic University, Berlin (IPU), takes place at the Erich Fromm Institute Tuebingen and is supported by the Karl Schlecht Foundation (KSG). The seminar is directed by Rainer Funk (Fromm’s last assistant and Director of the Erich Fromm Institute Tuebingen) and Thomas Kühn (holder of the Erich Fromm endowment professorship at the IPU); Catherine Silver (Psychoanalyst and Professor at City University New York), Lynn Chancer (Professor at Hunters College, NY) and Neil McLaughlin (Professor of Sociology at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada) are faculty advisors.