Deborah P. Britzman is Distinguished Research Professor at York University in Toronto, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, and a working psychoanalyst. Known for her work in critical pedagogy and psychoanalysis, Britzman is the author of nine books, the most recent of which include A Psychoanalyst in the Classroom; Freud and Education; and Melanie Klein: Early Childhood, Play and the Question of Freedom.
Books by Deborah Britzman:
Anticipating Education is an interdisciplinary collection of Britzman’s previously published and unpublished papers that examines the dilemmas created by anticipating education, provoked when teachers, students, and professors encounter the unknown while trying to know emotional situations affecting their waiting, wanting, and wishing for teaching and learning. Anticipation has a particular flavor in scenes of education and not only since schooling presents again the mise-en-scène of childhood; anticipation also signifies the estranged temporality of anxiety, phantasies, and defense that compose and decompose hopes for transforming knowledge, sociality, and subjectivity in group life.
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