Berlin Psychoanalytic: Psychoanalysis and Culture in Weimar Republic Germany and Beyond

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Acknowledgments

The research for this book was made possible by grants from the SSRC, the NEH, the ACLS, the American Psychoanalytic Association, the Deutsche Schillergesellschaft, the University of Chicago, and Dartmouth College.

Eric Santner, Katie Trumpener, and Robert Pippin were wonderful mentors in the initial stages of this book, when it was still all about Döblin. They helped me see beyond. I would have never set out to write this book had it not been for Sander Gilman, who years ago got me interested in Karl Abraham’s works, and whose generous support and intellectual vision were vital to the project throughout.

The members of the Berlin Forum for the History of Psychoanalysis were an important resource for me—discussions with them helped me shape the book at crucial junctures. I owe many thanks to Lilli Gast, Ulrike May, and Michael Schröter, but especially to Regine Lockot and Thomas Müller. The first forum member I met was Ludger Hermanns. He opened many doors for me, and I am deeply indebted to him for his continuous, amiable support and the many references he shared with me. Rainer Herrn and Ralf Dose from the Magnus-Hirschfeld-Gesellschaft helped me see my research on psychoanalysis as part of larger developments in scientific debates on sexuality. Several scholars of the Döblin society were important interlocutors in the initial stages, especially Anthony Riley. I am grateful to Bodo Kunke and Adam Zweig for talking to me about their family histories and giving life to some of my source material.

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