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Presentation of the russian version of «European Journal of Psychoanalysis»

Presentation of the russian version of "European Journal of Psychoanalysis"

This Wednesday, January the 30th, 2013 at 14:00 in "Ukrinform" will be
a presentation of the first issue of the Russian version
of the "European Journal of Psychoanalysis"

European Journal of Psychoanalysis is published in English since 1995.
The magazine is published in Rome and New York, and the journal introduces
the reader with important European authors in the field of psychoanalysis
and other related disciplines (philosophy, humanities and social sciences).
The magazine includes philosophical, anthropological, literary and historical works.
The material chosen solely from the point of view of quality, originality
and relevance to the international debate in psychotherapy
and psychoanalytic circles.

Conference participants:

Sergio Benvenuto - Rome, Italy, Editor "European Journal of Psychoanalysis",
president of ISAP (Institute of Advanced Studies in psychoanalysis), psychoanalyst, researcher of psychology and philosophy of the Italian Research Council (CNR)
at the Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies.

Anatoly Tolstoukhov - Kiev, Ukraine, author and chief editor of the Russian
version of the "European Journal of Psychoanalysis", Ph.D., president
of the Ukrainian Academy of Political Science, member of the National Academy
of Pedagogical Sciences and the commissioner of the Prime Minister of Ukraine.

Svetlana Gennadievna Uvarova - Kiev, Ukraine, the chief editor of the Russian
version of the "European Journal of Psychoanalysis", chief editor of "Psychoanalysis. Journal ", the analyst, the rector of the International Institute of depth psychology,
a member of the World Council for Psychotherapy.

Vladimir Mother - Kiev, Ukraine, the project coordinator and translator
of the Russian version of the "European Journal of Psychoanalysis", a psychoanalyst,
a member of the Management Board and the training committee of the Ukrainian Association of Psychoanalysis.

Address "UKRINFORM":

city Kyiv, str. Khmelnytsky, 8/16

Notice of Press Conference by UKRINFORM.