Sur Analysis: Institutional Psychotherapy and Analysis

Event Date: 6 – 7 April 2017
Central Saint Martins,
Granary Building
King’s Cross,
London N1C 4AA

Sur Analysis: Institutional Psychotherapy and Analysis

Institutional Analysis is the linchpin connecting Deleuze and Guattari’s schizoanalysis and Frantz Fanon’s contributions to postcolonial theory with art and aesthetics. However, strikingly little work has been done in this area.

This two-day event, the first of its kind in the UK, will bring together key figures in the Institutional Analysis movement as well as researchers working in this field in order to reconstruct the origins and development of this practice and introduce to the English-speaking world this framework for engaging with philosophy, mental health, aesthetics and the arts.

The first day of the event (recorded here), the first of its kind in the UK, will bring together key figures in the Institutional Analysis movement as well as researchers working in this filed in order to reconstruct the orgigins and development of this pracitice and introduce to the English-speaking world this framework for engaging with philosophy, mental health, aesthetics and the arts.

6 April 2017

Welcome by Anthony Faramelli (Kingston):

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Introduction to topic by Ed Thornton (RHUL):

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Session 1:

Anthony FaramelliWhy Institutional Analysis, Why Now?

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Jean-Claude PolackSome Notes on the Birth and Split of Institutional Psychotherapy (read by Ed Thornton)

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Session 1 Questions:

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Session 2:

Olivier ApprillInstitutional Psychotherapy doesn’t exist (in French)

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Val SchaepelynckThe Institution as Strategy

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Session 2 Questions:

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Session 3:

Ed ThorntonAnalysis and Writing: From the Institutional Pedagogy to Felix Guattari

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Anne QuerrienWhat is an Analyser?

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Susana CalóInstitutional Analysis Today

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Session 4:

Andrew GoffeySome Reflections on Istitutional Analysis and The University

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Roundtable discussion 1:

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7 April 2017

Roundtable discussion 2:

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