Respect, Plurality, and Prejudice: A Psychoanalytical and Philosophical Enquiry into the Dynamics of Social Exclusion and Discrimination, Karnac Books, 2015
Encuentro en la SEP del grupo Psychoalysis and Politics (The Spanish Psychoanalytical Society’s encounter with Psychoanalysis and Politics)
Interview with me and Jonathan Davidoff by the Spanish psychoanalysts Neri Daurella and Eileen Wieland, on the Spanish Society’s webpages, (in Spanish) Link to the text
Skremmende at rasistiske meninger gis plass i det offentlige rom (It is frightening that racist opinions are housed in public space)
An interview with Lene Auestad on the prevalence of hate speech in Norwegian public life, by Christian Boger, in Norwegian. Published in Radikal Portal Nov 23rd 2014. Link to the full text
An interview with Lene Auestad, Iréne Matthis and Diana Mulinari about the relevance of psychoanalysis to social critique today, by Anders Hylmö, in Swedish. In Fronesis no. 44-45 2013, special issue on the psyche. Link to the issue on the journal’s homepage.
Introducing Psychoanalysis and Politics
An interview with Lene Auestad and Jonathan Davidoff, conducted and edited by Steffen Krüger.
In Journal of Psycho-Social Studies Vol 7 No 1 2013, Published Nov. 8 2013.
Fierce online debate brings more prejudice
Permitting extreme utterances in public discourse will enhance rather than counteract prejudices prevailing in society, says Norwegian scholar. By Kamilla Simonnes, journalist, Published Sep 13, 2013.
Norsk originalversjon/ Original version, in Norwegian:
Strengere krav til debatt
Å tillate ekstreme ytringer i offentlig debatt vil øke heller enn å redusere fordommene i samfunnet, mener stipendiat. Av Kamilla Simonnes (frilansjournalist). Publisert 11. sep. 2013
Intervju i Morgenbladet, Doktoren svarer
av Ida Kvittingen, journalist, publisert 5. juli 2013
(Interview in the Norwegian weekly newspaper Morgenbladet, in the series “the doctor responds”, published July 5th 2013, by Ida Kvittingen, journalist.)