The International Association Interactions of Psychoanalysis is a non-profit scientific association, governed by the law of 1901 created on June 12th 2011 in Paris, France.
Siret Number : 34906112700024.
Its head office is located in Paris : 8 rue du Commandant René Mouchotte, 75014, France.
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone : 01 30 15 05 07
Presentation of the objectives of the Association
This new Association wishes to constitute the synthesis of a dual dynamic of research, that of the history of psychoanalysis and of its interactions with other fields of knowledge.
These two fields have been investigated, respectively, through publications and conferences in the IAIP (non-profit organization) and the research group "Interactions of Psychoanalysis" (University Research Team Paris 7 Denis Diderot).
The previous non-profit organization (IAHP, International Association for the History of
Psychoanalysis, founded in 1985 by Alain de Mijolla with Sophie de Mijolla-Mellor) was amended June 12th, 2011 as regards its title since it becomes the AIIP, International Association Interactions of Psychoanalysis and its object which is no longer limited to the history of psychoanalysis, but extends to psychoanalysis in its interactions with other fields of knowledge.
The A2IP now proposes to continue this work based on an extension of its scope, which now includes the study of the relationships of psychoanalysis with other fields of knowledge. Therefore, its vision is not only historical but also prospective, giving psychoanalysis its place in the present and in the horizon of civilizations.
This perspective, which was already that of Freud in 1913 (Das Interesse an der Psychoanalyse), is based on a university research group, established in 1990 at the University Paris 7 by Pr S. de Mijolla-Mellor, named "Interactions of Psychoanalysis", affiliated with the Graduate School "Research in Psychoanalysis and Psychopathology" at the University of Paris Diderot.
This group has fostered many studies and publications, it has organized national and international conferences and established international links with several foreign universities with which it has been working regularly ever since.
Since the beginning, its identity relies on the concept of interdisciplinarity as it appears today more than ever as necessary to advance research.
The common axis that brings together the researches conducted within this group is epistemological, aiming to study, in all of their forms, the effects within psychoanalysis of the importation of models from several human sciences and fields of the culture. It is therefore not "applied psychoanalysis", but a new approach taking into account not only the impact and implications of the Freudian discovery of the unconscious within the Human Sciences, but also the effects the models specific to these areas have on psychoanalysis itself, as a method and theory of cure.
Thus we will work the mutual penetration of the concepts, the specificity of the fields of knowledge, their eventual impermeability and therefore the potential limitations of these interactions.
The focal areas an extension of this research that will lead to :
IAIP’s researches will be regularly published in the journal TOPIQUE (journal skills by scientific standards which publishes four volumes per year.
Membership in the IAIP
Board of the IAIP in France
Chair : Sophie de Mijolla-Mellor
Vice-chair: Jacques Sédat
General Secretary : Guy Mérigot
Finance : Dominique Fessaguet
Website :Pablo Bergami
Communication : Simruy Ikiz
Organisation of congresses : Saïd Bellahkdar and Caroline Saupique
International contacts: Sophie de Mijolla-Mellor& the team of translators
The Board manages the Association and consults the Members regularly about its scientific program.
It takes advice from the scientific Committee to decide on the contents and on the announcement of the seminars and of the work days in France and of the international scientific Committee to organize every other year International reunions and concerted actions of scientific collaboration in general.
Scientific committee in France
Frédéric Advenier, Branko Aleksić, Nader Barzin, Roseline Bonnellier, Joëlle Bordet, Anne Brun,
Robert Colin, Xanthoula Dakovanou, Olivier Douville, Francis Drossart, Nicolas Gougoulis,
Florian Houssier, Vassilis Kapsambélis, Alain de Mijolla, Sydney Lévy, Ségolène Payan, Jacques Perget, Anne Perret, Jean Peuch-Lestrade, Gérard Reynier Alain Vanier, Loïc Villerbu, , JeanMichel Vives, Daniel Zagury.
Marilia Arreguy (Brésil), Maurizio Balsamo (Italie), Jallil Bennani
(Maroc), Harold Blum (USA), Jerry Blackman (USA), Mounir Chamoun (Liban), Jean Clam (Allemagne), Xanthoula Dakovanou (Grece), Alf Gerlach (Allemagne), Tevfika Ikiz (Turquie), Daniel Kuperman (Brésil), Renato
Mezan (Brésil), André Michels (Luxembourg), Mouzayan Osseiran Houballah (Liban), Riad Ben Rejeb (Tunisie), Lorena Preta (Italie), Nelson da Silva Junior (Brésil), Esmat Torghashghaei (Iran), Myriam Vaucher Winterhalter (Suisse).
In Istanbul (Turkey) Istanbul, directed by Pr Tevfika Ikiz
In Athens (Greece) directed by Daniella Angueli
In Rio de Janeiro (Brasil), directed by Marilia Arreguy