Sigmund Freud Lectures
See a selection of video recordings of the Sigmund Freud Lectures from the last years. More on our YouTube Channel
XLVII -Jacqueline Rose: To Die One’s Own Death – Thinking with Sigmund Freud in a Time of Pandemic
Jacqueline Rose is Professor of Humanities and Co-Director of the Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities at the University of London. She gave the Sigmund Freud Lecture at the Freud Museum London. Moderated by Monika Pessler.
XLVI - Jan Assmann: Moses tragicus. Freud, Schönberg und der scheiternde Moses
In 2019, Jan Assmann, Egyptologist and Scientist for Studies of Culture and Religion gave the lecture in German.
XLV - Philipp Blom: Let Me Tell You a Story. Narrative Identitäten in Zeiten des Aufruhrs
Author and Historian Philipp Blom gave the 2018 Sigmund Freud Lecture in German.
XLIV - William Kentridge: A Defence of the Less Good Idea
Artist William Kentridge delivered the Sigmund Freud Lecture 2017 in English at Vienna's Burgtheater, moderated by Erik Porath.
XLIII - Stefano Bolognini: The Humanizing Function of Contemporary Pschoanalytic Empathy
Stefano Bolognini, President of the International Psychoanalytic Assosiation, gave the 2016 lecture in English.
XLI - Judith Butler: Politik des Todestriebes. Der Fall der Todesstrafe
Judith Butler delivered the Sigmund Freud Lecture of 2014 in German at the University of Vienna, moderated by Jeanne Wolff Bernstein.
XL - Joseph Kosuth: Freud, Beckett and the Uncanny: Some Thoughts on Art as Installation
Artist Joseph Kosuth gave the 2013 lecture in German at the Sigmund Freud Museum, moderated by Peter Pakesch.
XXXVIII - Siri Hustvedt: "Freud's Playground: Some Reflections on the Art and Science of Subjectivity and Intersubjectivity
Author Siri Hustvedt gave the lecture 2011 in English at the Austrian National Bank, moderated by Andrea Bronner.