The Fordham Prize 2014 – Nostalgia and lost identity by Elena Pourtova

Gru 16th, 2014 | By | Category: English News

The 2014 Fordham Prize was awarded to Jungian analyst from Russia Elena Pourtova for her paper Nostalgia and lost identity. The paper was published in the Journal of Analytical Psychology in Volume 58, Issue 1, pages 34-51, February 2013.

The Michael Fordham prize is awarded annually for the paper published in the JAP in the previous year that demonstrates the most creative and original approach to clinical analytic thinking. The prize of £250 is awarded by the Editors in consultation with the Journal Editorial Committee.

Michael Fordham believed that clinical work must always be at the heart of analytic thinking since it provides the data on which theory is based and the context in which it must be tested. The prize aims to promote this approach to the development of analytical psychology.

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