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(p. 349) Contributors 

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date: 18 February 2019

  • Lesley Caldwell, General Editor

    Lesley Caldwell is a member of the British Psychoanalytic Association in private practice in London. She is an Honorary Professor in the Psychoanalysis Unit and Honorary Senior Research Associate in the Italian Department at University College, London. As Chair of the Squiggle Foundation (2000–03) and editor of the Winnicott Studies Monograph Series (2000–08), she published four edited collections on D. W. Winnicott. She has been an editor for the Winnicott Trust since 2002 and was the Chair of Trustees from 2008 to 2012. With Angela Joyce, she published Reading Winnicott (2011). She has a continuing interest in psychoanalysis and the arts and has also written on film and the city of Rome.

  • Helen Taylor Robinson, General Editor

    Helen Taylor Robinson is Fellow of the Institute of Psychoanalysis, British Psychoanalytical Society, London, and was a clinical psychoanalyst with adults and children until her retirement. She was an Editor and Trustee of the Winnicott Trust for seventeen years and co-edited Thinking about Children with Jennifer Johns and Ray Shepherd. Her special interest is in the relationship of psychoanalysis to the arts, literature, and cinema. She has been Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Psychoanalysis Unit of University College, London. She has contributed to books and journals in the field of psychoanalysis and to the European Psychoanalysis and Film Festival.

  • Robert Adès

    Robert Adès holds an MA (Hons) in Philosophy from Edinburgh University and an MSc in Psychoanalytic Studies from University College London. Before joining the Collected Works, he was Honorary Psychotherapist at the Maudsley Hospital and at Parkside Clinic, London, and was studying for a doctorate in theoretical psychoanalysis at University College London.

  • Clay Pearn

    Clay Pearn received his MFA in creative writing from the University of Michigan and his BMus in Theory and Composition from Western University. He was previously a marketer for Caversham Productions and assistant to Elisabeth Young-Bruehl. He currently lives in Hamilton, Ontario.

  • Anne Karpf

    Anne Karpf is a writer, journalist and sociologist. A regular broadcaster and contributor to The Guardian, she is the author of four books of nonfiction, including a family memoir, The War After: Living with the Holocaust, The Human Voice and How to Age. She is Reader in Professional Writing and Cultural Inquiry at London Metropolitan University.

  • (p. 350) Amal Treacher Kabesh

    Amal Treacher Kabesh is an Associate Professor in the School of Sociology and Social Policy (University of Nottingham). She has a long-standing interest in psychoanalytic theory, especially in relation to gender and ethnicity. Her monograph Postcolonial Masculinities: Histories, Emotions, Ethics was published by Ashgate (2013) and Egyptian Revolutions: Repetition, Conflict, Identification will be published by Rowman and Littlefield (forthcoming).