VAMIK'S ROOM at Freud Museum, Vienna

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Molly Castelloe

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Oct 12, 2018, 9:27:37 AM10/12/18
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Dear Colleagues,
I wanted to let you know about next week’s screening at Freud Museum/Vienna in case you have friends there. I had interesting responses from the audience in London, one person from Cyprus asking whether the film would be screened in only Northern Cyprus or both Northern and Southern Cyprus. To my knowledge it is being translated into Turkish to be shown in Northern Cyprus this spring. The Freud Museum/Vienna this Tuesday with Vamik present: 

Howard Stein

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Oct 12, 2018, 11:39:48 AM10/12/18
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Wonderful news, Molly.  May you go from success to even greater success.  Your film, Vamik's Room, is living proof of the confluence of art and psychohistory into a mighty river.

Warmest regards,
Howard (Stein)


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Burton N. Seitler

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Oct 12, 2018, 3:35:34 PM10/12/18
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Makes my mouth water. 
Wish I could be there, it
sounds terrific.

Burt

Dr Judith Logue

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Oct 12, 2018, 5:03:44 PM10/12/18
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Totally thrilling, Molly!!
You did it...❤️💋💐❤️
Judy 

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Arniedr1

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Oct 12, 2018, 5:14:07 PM10/12/18
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Wonderful 

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Denis O'Keefe

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Oct 12, 2018, 5:29:56 PM10/12/18
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Congrats Molly!  
Next week, October 19 & 20, a number of Clio folk will be presenting at the Association for the Psychoanalysis of Culture & Society conference at Rutgers including a screening of Molly's film on Saturday.  Others I see on the schedule are Michael Britton (Neoliberal, Psyche and World: Struggling against becoming a "working" (Bion) world", Judy Logue (Unexpected Transformations: Til death do us part and Gender Matters), Alice Maher (Catalysis: A recipe to slow down or abort humankind's leap to war), and Ken, Paul and I will have a panel on Dystopian Trump: Trumpmania, Trump and Immigration and Nixon Compared.  Sincerest apologies if I missed someone.

Denis

Michael Britton

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Oct 14, 2018, 9:19:27 AM10/14/18
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Congratulations, Molly!
You worked long and hard, with deep sensitivity and great artistry, and you have made something that means so much to so many!  May this success continue to grow by leaps and bounds!
With very best wishes,
Michael Britton

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Brian D'Agostino

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Peter Petschauer

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Dec 18, 2020, 1:57:07 PM12/18/20
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Thank you, Brian.

I had not seen it, even though I read the NYT every day. 
Maybe I did not want to see it.

Fits well with my submission about the reasons for the hospices in 13th-century Germany. I sent it to Denis; he seemed to be one of the collectors for the Spring IPA conference. 

Stay well... try to avoid death through Corona. 

Peter

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Professor Emeritus, Appalachian State University
Author and poet
“An Immigrant in the 1960s; Becoming an American in New York City” (2020) now at peterpetschauer.com.
The 2019 book of recent poems, “Hopes and Fears. Past and Present” is at the same site. Also available are “In the Face of Evil. The Sustenance of Tradition,” about my four German “mothers,” and the novel, "A Perfect Portrait. A Woman Artist in Eighteenth-Century Weimar." Other books may also be purchased at this site or directly through amazon.com.


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Dr Judith Logue

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Dec 18, 2020, 8:49:13 PM12/18/20
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BJ is the drunk Princeton  kid who got electrocuted on top of the train dinky, sued - changed the dinky and town and college culture- and changed himself.
I remember when it happened and our town was in an uproar!

Judy

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 Thank you, Brian.

Brian D'Agostino

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Mar 4, 2021, 10:55:13 AM3/4/21
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Dear all,

It appears to me that the Republicans are launching the most vicious attack on Black political participation since the end of Reconstruction.  CPAC, Pence and most Congressional Republicans are doubling down on Trump's Big Lie about significant voter fraud in the 2020 election, which is a thinly veiled attack on Black and Latino voter participation and Democratic voter turnout generally.  Republican controlled state legislatures are rolling out more restrictive voting laws.  The conservative dominated Supreme Court appears to be sympathetic to such laws.  If all this is allowed to stand, it will in my opinion be an historic setback for democracy and racial justice.

Fortunately, it seems the Democrats are rising to the occasion; see a story in today's CNN entitled, "House passes sweeping election bill that would counter GOP efforts to restrict voter access:"  https://www.cnn.com/2021/03/03/politics/house-democrats-hr1-vote/index.html  This is going to increase pressure to abolish the filibuster, another vestige of our undemocratic past, because that will probably be the only way the bill can pass the Senate.  There is of course a lot to be said about the psychology and psychohistory of all this, and I don't now where to begin.  Your thoughts?

Brian

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dlo...@nycap.rr.com

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How can the filibuster be eliminated if the Republican’s only need 40 votes to assure it remains? Ditto  the voting rights bill just passed by the house?

 

                                                                                David

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Brian D'Agostino

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Eliminating the filibuster is not like passing legislation.  It is a senate rule that can be changed by a simple majority vote.  Two Democratic senators in red states--Joe Manchin and Krystin Sinema--have said that they oppose eliminating it, and the Democrats would need all fifty Democratic votes plus Kamala Harris to break the tie.  But with so much at stake, and especially when it becomes apparent that no Republicans will cross party lines to support a new voting rights act, there is going to be enormous pressure on Manchin and Sinema to drop their opposition and agree to eliminate the filibuster. --Brian

On 3/4/2021 2:12 PM, dlo...@nycap.rr.com wrote:

How can the filibuster be eliminated if the Republicans only need 40 votes to assure it remains? Ditto  the voting rights bill just passed by the house?

dlo...@nycap.rr.com

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Hi Brian,

 

                Thanks for the clarification. I hope you are right about Manchin and Sinema, although other democratic no votes are also possible.

Brigitte DEMEURE

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Mar 5, 2021, 12:20:15 PM3/5/21
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Dear all,

Almost every product we use is linked to global economy. Also medical gloves which are so needed in hospitals.

The actual source is one of my colleagues, a brave and courageous Englishman living in Asia. Le Monde Diplomatique was the only media en France which accepted to publish about the issue. Now it is translated in approx. 6 languages.

And in this matter, the US were much more reactive than Europe...

Best wishes

Brigitte

Le Monde Diplo March 2021 - Malaysia's dirty gloves.pdf

Brian D'Agostino

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Mar 7, 2021, 1:54:37 PM3/7/21
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Thank you, Brigitte.

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