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Jan 29, 2022 |
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Gravida Awards

We are very pleased to let you know that three of the papers published in this Journal were shortlisted for National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis’ Gravida awards, and that Christopher Carter’s paper, "Time for space at the table: an African American-Native American analyst-in-training's first-hand reflections. A call for the IAAP to publicly denounce (but not erase) the White supremacist writings of C.G. Jung", won the Student Paper award (it was published in the Journal of Analytical Psychology [Vol. 66, No. 1; February 2021]). We are very pleased that Christopher’s important paper has been recognised in this way; he has prepared a short video by way of introduction and our publishers, Wiley, have made the paper free to download.

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We are very pleased to let you know that three of the papers published in this Journal were shortlisted for National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis’ Gravida awards, and that Christopher Carter’s paper, "Time for space at the table: an African American-Native American analyst-in-training's first-hand reflections. A call for the IAAP to publicly denounce (but not erase) the White supremacist writings of C.G. Jung", won the Student Paper award (it was published in the Journal of Analytical Psychology [Vol. 66, No. 1; February 2021]). We are very pleased that Christopher’s important paper has been recognised in this way; he has prepared a short video by way of introduction and our publishers, Wiley, have made the paper free to download.

 

Second, we are very pleased to recognise that The Art and Psyche Group and ARAS, in collaboration: Art in a Time of Global Crisis: Interconnection and Companionship, won the ‘Digital media’ Gravida prize; Link: https://aras.org/special-feature. This was such a moving piece that I remember well as we all struggled through the early days of the pandemic, something wonderful and life-affirming to accompany us through such dark times. Click here to link to their digital piece.


Third, Susanna Wright’s paper, which won our own Fordham Prize last year,  'Analytic attitude – focus or embodiment? Subtle communications in the transference/countertransference relationship’, was also shortlisted for the Gravida Award for best paper. Although it didn’t win the main prize it has been a very good year for representation on the NAAP shortlist. In case you missed it, Susanna also made a video presentation of her paper, available on this website - click here.

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