March 25, 7-8:15pm CST
IB 1010 / Zoom 298 656 1787
What makes a roommate a good roommate, or a partner a good partner, or a dog a good dog? Kafka used to wonder what was the minimum amount of words he had to say at any given dinner party in order not to be seen as a bad guest. In the third event of our series on Intimacy, psychoanalyst Claire Nioche-Sibony will guide us through that very question: how to live together?
All are welcome to join!
Light food and drinks provided.
Claire Nioche-Sibony is a practicing psychoanalyst. She obtained her PhD in philosophy and psychoanalysis at the University of Paris VII. She is an assistant professor at the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences at the Université Sorbonne Paris Cité. Her research interests encompass questions of singularity, madness, nomadism, and writing.