Kudszus, W. G.
Kudszus, W. G.: Professor of German Literature at the University of California at Berkeley (USA). He holds advanced degrees in Clinical Psychology and in German. His numerous books and articles thematize poetry, twentieth-century prose, literature and schizophrenia, the theory of translation and psychoanalysis. He has been a Fellow at the Society for the Humanities at Cornell University, a Guggenheim Fellow, and a Merton Research Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Mainz. His books engage questions of translation, cultural transfer, and topographical imprint. Publications: Sprachverlust und Sinnwandel (1969). Austriaca (co-ed., 1975). Literatur und Schizophrenie (ed., 1977). Psychoanalytische und psychopathologische Literaturinterpretation (co-ed., 1981). Poetic Process (1995). Wishing for a Network: Sigmund Freud´s Autoanalytic Conceptions between Vienna and Paris (2004). His forthcoming book, Terrors of Childhood, focuses on memory and affect on the verge of linguistic formulation.
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