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Race in Psychoanalysis: Aboriginal Populations in the Mind. Routledge. Relational Perspectives Book Series  (Routledge N.Y. & Abingdon, U.K: Routledge, 2018); originally published by Columbia University Press, 2003.

2015: Pastoral Psychology. Volume 64, Issue 6, pp. 883–898. "Jungian Studies: time
for some new wine in some new bottles." In “Teaching Jung: A Symposium on a
New Book in the American Academy of Religion’s Teaching Religious Studies

2014: The Skillful Soul of the Psychotherapist: The Link Between Spirituality and
Clinical Excellence
. Ed. George Stravros & Steven Sandage (Lanham, MD:
Rowland & Little). “Shared Histories, Emerging Horizons: Reflections on David
Wallin’s Attachment in Psychotherapy.”

2011: Encyclopedia of Global Religion and Society, ed. Mark Juergensmeyer and Wade

Clark Roof (Sage Publications): Encyclopedia entry on Freud.

2010: Answering a Question with a Question: Contemporary Psychoanalysis and
Jewish Thought,
ed. Lewis Aron and Libby Henik (Academic Studies Press),
“Psychoanalysis and Judaism in Context.”

2008: Mourning Religion: Method, Meaning, and Identity in a Post-Modern World,
edited by Diane Jonte-Pace, William Parsons, Susan E. Henking (Virginia
University Press), “The Persistence of the Past: Framing Symbolic Loss and
Religious Studies in the Context of Race”

2005: The American Psychoanalyst, vol. 39, no. 3, “Psychoanalysis and Race Redux.”

2004: The Chicago Tribune. “Split Personality:” Review of Secrets of the Soul: A
Social and Cultural History of Psychoanalysis by Eli Zaretsky (New York:
Alfred A. Knopf, 2004).

2002: Journal of Religion, vol. 82 no.1, “Primitivity, Race and Religion in


2002: Postmodern Self Psychology: Progress in Self Psychology, vol. 18, ed. Arnold
Goldberg, pp. 207-215 (Hillsdale, N. J.: The Analytic Press). “Self and Other in
the Self-Psychological Approach to Religion.”

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