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Letter from Freud to MacCurdy dated 24th January 1916 discussing the impact of the conflict on Freud's work, 19160124
Reference Code: GBR/3377/JTMacC/1/2
Scope and Contents The 'Zeitschrift' is continuing, though reduced because of the War. Freud hopes that the continuing international interest in psychoanalysis, particularly in America, will ensure the future of the work. He comments that America could help to shorten the War if it wanted. Freud fears that because his school is based in Austria (an aggressor in the conflict) this has negative associations, noting that Jungian work fares better for being more associated with Switzerland, a neutral country....
Letter from Sigmund Freud to MacCurdy dated 31 August 1916 saying he would accept with satisfaction if one of MacCurdy's learned societies gave him honorary membership, 19160831
Reference Code: GBR/3377/JTMacC/1/3
Scope and Contents
Freud credits the hard work of colleagues who have been helping to keep scholarly periodicals going, and praises the published research of one or two colleagues in particular. He tells MacCurdy of the publication of his own 'Lectures on Psychoanalysis', which are coming out in parts. He encourages MacCurdy to send work for publication in the 'Zeitschrift fur Arztliche Psychoanalyse'.
Letter from the University Librarian, A. F. Schofield, asking the Board about requirements for foreign journals, 19250523
Reference Code: GBR/3377/EPLab/2/8/4
Letter to MacCurdy from Sigmund Freud in Vienna about their respective academic projects, and assuring him that work continues as usual in Vienna in spite of the War, 19150212
Reference Code: GBR/3377/JTMacC/1/1