A Modern Language for Female Development
THE MICHIGAN PSYCHOANALYTIC SOCIETY
THE ACADEMIC COUNCIL OF
THE MICHGAN PSYCHOANALYTIC SOCIETY
THE WOMEN’S STUDIES PROGRAM OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
“A Modern Language for Female Development”
PLEASE JOIN US FOR A DISCUSSION WITH
MARIANNE GOLDBERGER, M.D.
National Psychoanalytic Women’s Scholar
Training and Supervising Analyst Baltimore Washington Institute
The development of a distinct theory of female development, as differentiated from male development has evolved since the time that Freud first began to write about his theories on sexuality. In particular, over the span of the past thirty years, major revisions in our understanding of female psychology has changed the way we have come to think and talk about the postmodern woman.
Dr. Goldberger will present a brief overview of past and present views of female development, with an emphasis on recent theory that is derived from the data collected from our female patients. We look forward to a stimulating exchange of ideas.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2003
2239 Lane Hall
(204 South State Street, corner of East Washington)
Ann Arbor, Michigan