Psiche is a biannual journal of the Società Psicoanalitica Italiana. The journal aims to participate in the contemporary cultural debate through the contributions of psychoanalysts and scholars from various disciplines. Psiche was established and directed by Nicola Perrotti in 1948. Since then, considerable attention has been devoted to the psychological aspects of social life. For this reason, the journal was – and still is – intended for a wide audience of readers, providing a valuable tool for the analysis of the present and its transformations. The editorial board is composed of distinguished psychoanalysts, anthropologists, philosophers, historians and scholars. The journal is open to interdisciplinary dialogue and publishes articles that cut across different fields of knowledge.
Editor in chief Stefania Nicasi Assistant editors Vanna Berlincioni, Chiara Cattelan, Fabio Dei, Alessia Fusilli De Camillis, Benedetto Genovesi, Andrea Giorgianni, Mariagrazia Portera, Anatolia Salone, Cristina Saottini, Massimiliano Sommantico, Rossella VaccaroScientific boardMaurizio Balsamo, Fethi Benslama, Maurizio Bettini, Raffaele Bianchetti, Nicoletta Bonanome, Giovanni Bottiroli, Fulvio Carmagnola, Bernard Chervet, Simona Costa, Sophie de Mijolla, Anna Ferruta, Giovanni Foresti, Serge Frisch, Murielle Gagnebin, Tebaldo Galli, Patrizia Guarnieri, Patrick Guyomard, Marcel Henaff, Laurence Khan, François Jullien, Antonello La Vergata, Gaetano Lettieri, Giovanni Levi, Michela Marzano, Emilio Mazza, Francesco Napolitano, Thomas Ogden, Paolo Francesco Pieri, Carmine Pisano, Georges Pragier, Jacques Press, Lorena Preta, Mario Rossi Monti, Martino Rossi Monti, Dominique Scarfone, Roberto Secchi, Giulia Sissa, Sergio Vitale, Eli ZaretskyEditorial office Alessandra D’Agostino
Direzione:SPI – Società Psicoanalitica Italiana: via Panama, 48, 00198 Roma, tel. 06.85.46.716 e via Corridoni, 38, 20122 Milano, tel. 02.37.90.1999
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