40th Anniversary gala and graduation
Friday, October 11
5:00PM: Graduation of the Class of 2013
6:30PM: 40th Anniversary Gala Dinner with Dancing, Honors, and Silent Auction
29th Annual Cape Cod Summer Institute, July 15-18 2013
Human Passions: Dead or Alive?
Details to follow.
March 28, 2013
What Are Words Worth? Some Reflections on the Circulation of Money in the Psychoanalytic Economy
Saturday, April 20, 9AM
Special Guest Lecturer: Dany Nobus, Chair of Psychology and Psychoanalysis, Brunel University, London
Moderator & Discussant: Siamak Movahedi, Ph.D., Training and Supervising Analyst, Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis, Professor of Sociology,University of Massachusetts Boston
March 22, 2013
Identity and Time
Thursday, April 18, 5-7PM
Abstract and Expressionistic Oil Paintings by Joanne Tarlin
The exhibit is composed of three collections: Silent Soul, an installation of
88 twelve-inch-square canvases memorializing Ms. Tarlin's father, Bertram Tarlin; As a woman, how do I feel?, five "self-portraits" painted as birthday presents to herself; and Speculations, abstract compositions of squares and rectangles juxtaposed curves and circles, allegories for entryways to the imagination and for the flow of spiritual energy. The abstract notions of time and identity are key components to each installation.
Joanne Tarlin, an American abstract painter known internationally for her sophisticated use of color, is based in Boston, Massachusetts. She trained in industrial and graphic design as well as painting on both coasts. In Los Angeles, she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Otis Art Institute, then a division of Parsons School of Design. In New England, her fine art training included sculpture and painting at both the deCordova and Danforth Museum schools.
Joanne's work is in private and corporate collections including a piece at MathWorks, acquired to commemorate their twenty-fifth anniversary. Her work has been in solo exhibits at the Touch Gallery, Cambridge, MA, Bentley College, Waltham, MA and The Danforth Museum School Gallery, Framingham, MA. Joanne has also exhibited in numerous juried group shows, which include the National Arts Club, New York City, The Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL, Alta Luna Gallery, Bristol, RI and The Juarez Arts Gallery, San Miguell deAllende, Mexico.
Joanne can be reached through her web site: joannesgallery.com or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
January 18, 2013
BGSP Grad and Faculty Member Published in International Journal of Psychoanalysis
At BGSP, our graduates often continue to achieve huge successes in the field of psychoanalysis. For example, this article from the International Journal of Psychoanalysis features BGSP faculty member, Dr. Siamak Movahedi and a graduate of our doctoral program, Dr. Gohar Homayounpour. "The Couch and the Chador" depicts a clinical discussion of the psychic functions of the chador, a veil-like outer garment worn in public by some Iranian women. Click here to read the article.
January 15, 2013
Special Issue of The Journal of Research Practice features three BGSP faculty Members
BGSP faculty member Dr. Stephen Soldz is also Associate Editor of The Journal of Research Practice. This Special Issue, "New Approaches to Psychodynamic Research," illustrates the varied uses of countertransference and researcher subjectivity in a wide variety of research areas. It also features articles from two BGSP faculty members--Sara Hueso and Siamak Movahedi. Read the Special issue here.