TRAUMA, CAUSES, EFFECTS
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Neurosis ("The Wolfman," 1918) available in Freud, Three
Case Studies, which is available for purchase.
Cathy Caruth, ed., Trauma: Explorations in Memory (1995).
Shoshona Felman and Dori Laub, Testimony: Crises
of Witnessing in Literature, Psychoanalysis, and
Peter Gay, Freud for Historians (1985).
Peter Gay, Freud: A Lfe for Our Time (1988).
Dominick LaCapra, History and Memory after Auschwitz (1998).
Dominick LaCapra, "Trauma, Absence, Loss," Critical
Inquiry (1999), 696-727.
Patrick Mahoney, Cries of
the Wolf-Man (1984).
Charles Maier, "A Surfeit of Memory? Reflections
on History, Melancholy, and Denial," History and
Memory 5:2 (1993), 136-152.
Karin Obholzer, The Wolf-Man,
Sixty Years Later (1972).
Michael Roth, Psycho-Analysis as History (1987).
Carl Schorske, Fin-de-siècle Vienna: Politics and Culture (1980).
Spang, "History and Psychoanalysis" graduate colloquium, website
Joseph H. Smith and Humphrey Morris, eds., Telling
Facts: History and Narration in Psychoanalysis (1992), especially the contributions by Cynthia
Chase and Dorrit Cohn.
Lynn Struve, ed., "Traumatic Memory in Chinese History," issue of History and Memory 16.2 (2004).