LIT 836S

The collision of psychoanalysis and Marxism in the first half of the twentieth century gave rise to a diverse set of efforts to synthesize Freud's understanding of the psyche with Marx's dialectical view of social transformation. This seminar examines how major philosophers, theoreticians, and literary writers from the 1920s onward imagined the intersection of psychological and socioeconomic structures.
Typically Offered
Fall and/or Spring