Hungary, Budapest

PSYCHOALAYSIS, ART AND CULTURE

when 5 August 2019 - 10 August 2019
language English
duration 1 week
credits 6 EC
fee EUR 510

The lectures of the Summer University focus on the most fundamental psychoanalytic concepts and current theoretical constructs. The courses will cover various topics, such as the Budapest School of Psychoanalysis, ecological-psychoanalysis, creativity, literature, a critique of consumerism, occultism, gender studies and further interesting areas of research. You will also have the opportunity to get insight into an art-therapy group experience and to discover the residence of Sándor Ferenczi and his cultural connections to Budapest in the frame of interactive guided walks.


Organized by Hungarian Psychoanalytical Society and Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Education and Psychology.

Course leader

Course leaders: Krisztián Indries, Júlia Gyimesi, Barbara Miklós
Guest lecturers: Prof. Kazushige Shingu Sensei, Shaul Bar-Haim, Joseph Dodds, Dmitry Olshansky

Target group

The summer course is open to all who are studying or graduated in human and social sciences or psychology.

Course aim

Psychoanalysis is not just a psychotherapeutic approach it is also a hermeneutic-phenomenological qualitative research method on human subjectivity and culture. We invite students to delve into the mysteries of the unconscious and discover what contemporary psychoanalysis could say about art and society.

Fee info

EUR 510: Early bird discount: - 15%, 510 EUR until 31 May, 2019
Covered by fee: 30 classes (45-minute-long), lectures (90-minute-long) on Hungarian culture, history and traditions, related course materials, welcome package, two guided tours and a one-day excursion outside of Budapest;

Not included in the fee: travel and visa costs, health insurance, accommodation, meals, social activities and organised visits, personal expenses;
EUR 600: The full price course fee for one week: 600 EUR from 1 June to 15 July 2019

Covered by fee: 30 classes (45-minute-long), lectures (90-minute-long) on Hungarian culture, history and traditions, related course materials, welcome package, two guided tours and a one-day excursion outside of Budapest;

Not included in the fee: travel and visa costs, health insurance, accommodation, meals, social activities and organised visits, personal expenses;