Hello and welcome to the new PEP-Web quarterly newsletter. We’re always working to improve PEP-Web and there’s lots new content and features that you might be interested in. In this and future newsletters we’ll be bringing you our latest news and updates, as well as interesting video and media content. We’ll also be sharing useful hints and tips for using PEP-Web so that you can get the most out of the archive. We hope you enjoy reading it! If you’ve got any comments on how we can improve this newsletter please get in touch by emailing email@example.com.
New international content
We’re delighted to announce that we have added Revista de Psicoanálisis, a publication of the Asociación Psicoanalítica Argentina (APA), Volumes 1-27 (1943 – 1970) to PEP-Web.
We also added The Chinese Annual of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis earlier this year. Find out more.
Our new app: PEP-Easy
We’ve developed and are Beta-testing a new web app, PEP-Easy, which will make it quicker and easier to look up an article on PEP-Web using small mobile devices. You can do simple author and title searches or searches using more advanced terms. Like PEP-Web, you can search and read abstracts without logging in, but you need an account to read or download the full-text of articles. The first public Beta version will be ready in early December at pepeasy.pep-web.org and will run on smart phones, tablets, and other small mobile devices running a current version of a standard mobile browser. Find out more here
Our film collection
PEP-Web’s got an expanding collection of films, documentaries and interviews about psychoanalysis. In each newsletter we’ll be sharing some of our favourites. Insights in Psychoanalysis is a series of interviews with the world’s most cited analysts. There’s already over 20 available on PEP-Web and the aim is to produce 100. Watch the promo here.
PEP-Web film wins award
The Mourning After, a film directed by Donna Bassin and funded by PEP-Web, has won the prestigious Gradiva Writer and Directors Award.
The film explores how US veterans are turning the traumatic grief of war into community activism and art. A round-table discussion by senior psychoanalysts illuminates the therapeutic action embedded in these restorative and redemptive activities
Our media picks
- Selling bad therapy to trauma victims in Psychology Today.
- What not to do when the boss is a sexual predator in Forbes.
- Why Freud survives in the New Yorker.
- How to handle the departure of a nanny in the New York Times.
- Why we all need psychoanalysis in the Guardian.
- Your memories make you who you are in Psychology Today.