The PEP Archive includes works by most of the major contributors to psychoanalysis since its inception – from all schools in all countries around the world. If there is an author whose work you would like to see included, click on the Help icon “?” on the main toolbar and from the dropdown list select “Provide Feedback”
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In addition to the complete works of Sigmund Freud in English and German, the archive includes seminal texts by many of the key psychoanalysts of all time. These include: Karl Abraham, Lou Andreas-Salomé, Didier Anzieu, Michael Balint, Wilfred Bion, John Bowlby, Josef Breuer,Nancy Chodorow, Erik Erikson, Ronald Fairbairn, Sándor Ferenczi, Wilhelm Fliess, Anna Freud, Erich Fromm, André Green, Karen Horney, Theodore Jacobs, Ernest Jones, CG Jung,Otto Kernberg, Melanie Klein, Heinz Kohut, Julia Kristeva, Jacques Lacan, RD Laing, Jean Laplanche, Bertram Lewin, Rudolf Loewenstein, Wolfgang Loch, Margaret Mahler, Ignacio Matte-Blanco, Karl Menninger, Ronald Money-Kyrle, Jaak Panksepp, Jean-Bertrand Pontalis,Otto Rank, David Raphling, Wilhelm Reich, Herbert Rosenfeld, Joseph Sandler, Hanna Segal,Donald Spence, René Spitz, Harry Stack Sullivan, Daniel Stern, James Strachey, and Donald Winnicott.
There are also key contributions from writers from various other fields, including literature, art, philosophy and science. These include works by Francis Crick, Antonio Damasio, EH Gombrich, FP Haldane, Max Horkheimer, Frank Kermode, Thomas Mann, Herbert Read, Richard Rorty, Jacqueline Rose, Slavoj Žižek, and Sherry Turkle.
The PEP Archive also features psychoanalytic considerations of many works of literature, including the works of Jane Austen, Albert Camus, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Franz Kafka, Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa, DH Lawrence, Georg Lukács, Thomas Mann, Ian McEwan, Joyce Carol Oates,Jean-Paul Sartre, William Shakespeare, Italo Svevo, and Virginia Woolf.
Furthermore, the PEP Archive also features psychoanalytic essays on films and filmmakers, including the work of Pedro Almodóvar, Theo Angelopoulos, Clint Eastwood, Milós Forman, Stanley Kubrick,François Ozon, and the Wachowski Brothers.