The Psychoanalytic Study of Society, V. 14
Essays in Honor of Paul Parin
Edited by L. Bryce Boyer, Simon A. Grolnick
Routledge – 1989 – 341 pages
Volume 14 includes chapters on the psychoanalysis of political commitment (P. Parin); Jews and homosexuals as strangers (P. Parin); the analogous tasks of the psychoanalyst and the ethnographer (M. Gehrie); cultic elements in early Christianity (W. Meissner); Jewish apocalyptists (D. Merkur); creationist resistance to evolution (R. Graber & L. McWhorter); sacred objects and transitional phenomena in aboriginal Central Australia; and a review of the contributions of Paul Parin (D. Freeman).
1. Freedom and Independence: On the Psychoanalysis of Political Commitment, Parin 2. The Mark of Oppression: Jews and Homosexuals, Parin 3. Psychoanalytic Anthropology: The Analogous Tasks of the Psychoanalyst and the Ethnographer, Gehrie 4. The Theoretical Importance of Pseudo-Procreative Symbolism, Shapiro 5. Cultic Elements in Early Christianity: Antioch and Jerusalem, Meissner 6. The Visionary Practices of Jewish Apocalyptists, Merkur 7. Incest and Parricide on the Throne of Judah? Falk 8. Creationist Resistance to Evolution: The Patriarchal Unconscious as the Key, Graber, McWhorter 9. Mama, Papa, and the Space Between: Children, Sacred Objects, and Transitional Phenomena in Aboriginal Central Australia, Morton 10. Cinderella and the Saint: The Life Story of a Jewish Moroccan Female Healer in Israel, Bilu, Hasan-Rokem 11. The False Face: Observations on the Reaction to Maskers and Strangers, Muensterberger 12. Contributions of Crosscultural Studies to Clinical Theory and Practice: The Work of Paul Parin, Freeman