Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing (PEP)

PEP is excited to announce the release of PEP Preview, a new book feature showcasing a wide array of digitized titles from major publishers. Users will be able to discover a range of key psychoanalytic works, including the latest publications.

How PEP Preview Works

The books featured in PEP Preview are fully integrated into the archive.

  • Fully Text-Searchable. When you enter search terms, Preview books containing a match will display in your search results.
  • Accessible Content. A significant portion of each book is available to view in the archive.
  • Purchase Options.  If you find a book you like, there are direct links to the publishers where you can purchase a copy.

Available Titles

In this initial release, PEP users can browse recent titles from the New Library of Psychoanalysis (NLP) and Rowman & Littlefield.

The NLP series aims to stimulate the interchange of ideas across different schools of psychoanalysis internationally, and between psychoanalysis and other disciplines. Some current releases featured in PEP Preview include Margaret Rustin’s Finding a Way to the Child: Selected Clinical Papers 1983-2021 (2023),  R. D. Hinshelwood’s W.R. Bion as Clinician: Steering Between Concept and Practice (2023), and David Black’s Psychoanalysis and Ethics: The Necessity of Perspective (2024). Previews of new titles will appear as they are published, with the NLP Teaching and Beyond the Couch Series to feature in future releases.

From Rowman & Littlefield, users can explore Knowing What Psychoanalysts Do and Doing What Psychoanalysts Know (2023) by David Tuckett and colleagues. A compendium of over 20 years of research by the European Psychoanalytical Federations’ (EPF) Comparative Clinical Methods project, the book introduces an innovative theoretical framework for reflecting on and discussing everyday clinical work. 

Did you know? The authors of Knowing What Psychoanalysts Do and Doing What Psychoanalysts Know will be discussing and debating the book’s central ideas at a dedicated hybrid conference at UCL on 14-15 June 2024, discover more here

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