Call for Papers, Submissions
This conference will bring together an international gathering of clinicians, researchers, and academics to discuss and debate the present-day relevance of Ferenczi’s ideas and work.
The themes of the conference, Introjection and Transmission; Trauma, Fragmentation and Narrative; and Innovations in the Clinical Encounter: Elasticity, Relaxation and Mutuality, are indicative of the breadth of Ferenczi’s creative psychoanalytic thinking and research. On these broad themes, contributors and audience are invited to add their own creative narratives based on collegial discourse with colleagues in a Ferenczian Psychoanalytic Renaissance.
More Information at the 13th International Sándor Ferenczi Conference Website
Proposal Submission Guidelines
The ISFN invites psychoanalytic colleagues, trauma specialists, neuroscientists, and academics to submit proposals to be considered in the sessions of the Florence conference. Presenters, as all participants, have to register for the conference.
Abstracts for individual presentations and panels, relevant to one of the three conference themes, either in English, Italian or Spanish, may be submitted via the form below.
Each submission should include the title of the presentation, name, degree, regular and email addresses, and professional affiliation (association, society, institute, etc.) of the presenter.
Abstracts for individual presentations should be maximum 500 words. The presentations should be no longer than 3000 words (20 minutes).
Panel proposals (with a chair and 3 panelists) should outline the main theme of the panel in up to 150 words. In addition, include the names, degrees, regular and email addresses, professional affiliations (association, society, institute, etc.) and a maximum 500-word abstract for each individual presenter of the panel.
The deadline for submissions is Saturday, Sept 30, 2017.