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Meg Harris Williams

is a writer and artist with a particular interest in the relation between psychoanalysis and aesthetic experience, in poetry and in visual art. She read English at Cambridge and Oxford universities, and studied art in Florence and the UK. Meg has taught and lectured in England, Europe, Scandinavia, South America and the USA. Many papers and book chapters have been translated into Italian, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Greek, and Japanese. She is editor of the Harris Meltzer Trust and a visiting lecturer at the Tavistock Centre. She is currently chair of Borderlands Artists Consortium. She has exhibited frequently at the Society of Women Artists' Annual Exhibition; her artwork is in private collections in this country and abroad and in the New Hall Women's Art Collection.

New and forthcoming

hamlet in analysisHamlet in Analysis: A Trial of Faith new and revised edition

The infant and the infinite: on psychoanalytic faith Psychodynamic Practice, April 2015 click here

Borderlands Art Exhibitions 2015 Godalming Museum, 1-20 June; Allen Gallery, Alton, 4-30 September

Ways of teaching and learning Seminar on education, The Racker Group, Venice, 19 September 2015

Applied Psychoanalysis Day 'The Aesthetic Conflict in Art and Psychoanalysis', Toronto Psychoanalytic Society, 3 October 2015

On having ideas 'A Mind of One's Own', conference, Tavistock Clinic, 20 February 2015 click here

Bion, the Memoir and the film Ambedkar University Delhi, 29 January 2014 and the 5th Annual Wilfred Bion Conference, Psychoanalytic Center of California, LA 6 February 2015 - about the film click here

The infant and the infinite: on psychoanalytic faith Psychodynamic Practice, 2015 click here

Louise Bourgeois and the witches: the complexity of the feminine in Steilneset Memorial, edited by Andreassun and Willumsen: Stamsund, Norway, 2015 click here

Playing with fire: the mythological consciousness
in Classical Myth and Psychoanalysis, edited by Ellen O'Gorman and Vanda Zajko
click here

Art and Analysis: An Adrian Stokes Reader (editor) click here Seminars in Biella 29 March, 4 July 2015

On psychoanalytic autobiography click here

The Educational Role of the Family: A Psychoanalytical Model (editor) click here

The child, the container and the claustrum
in Louise Bourgeois: Return of the Repressed, edited by Philip Larratt-Smith click here

The Chamber of Maiden Thought: Literary Origins of the Psychoanalytic Model of the Mind
reissued 2013, Routledge Psychology Revivals Series click here

Mythical narrative and self-development
in The Blackwell Companion to Classical Myth and Psychoanalysis, edited by Vanda Zajko


Prints etchings paintings book - The Aesthetic Development book - Bion's Dream book - The vale of soulmaking

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