Ethical Challenges in Conducting Psychoanalytic Ethnography
May
18
9:00 AM09:00

Ethical Challenges in Conducting Psychoanalytic Ethnography

Ethical Challenges in Conducting
Psychoanalytic Ethnography

DATE: May 18, 2019

TIME: 9:00AM - 12:00PM

LOCATION:
OU Colege of Public Health
Auditorium 801NE 13th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73104

ABOUT THE EVENT
In this OSPS seminar, practicing psychoanalyst Dr. Ainslie will use vignettes from his work to highlight ethical questions and challenges that he has encountered while working outside of his consulting room.  Audience members will learn about concepts for and parallels between work outside of the consulting room.


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Ricardo Ainslie, PhD is a psychologist-psychoanalyst who uses writing, filmmaking, and photography to capture and depict subjects of social and cultural interest. A native of Mexico City, he currently teaches at the University of Texas at Austin where he holds the M.K. Hage Centennial Professorship in Education. His expertise on immigration issues, especially in surrounding Latino immigration, is extensive.

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Film Screening of "The Mark of War"
May
14
6:00 PM18:00

Film Screening of "The Mark of War"

Screening of Documentary Film “The Mark of War”

DATE: May 14, 2019

TIME: Doors Open at 6:00 PM

LOCATION:
Alamo Drafthouse
250 East Montecillo Blvd
El Paso, TX 79912

WEBSITE: https://drafthouse.com/el-paso

The Mark of War is a documentary feature film directed by Ricardo Ainslie that balances vintage archival footage with deeply personal interviews from seven Veterans of the Vietnam War, and connects their experiences with those returning from today’s military conflicts, revealing the enduring mark of war on the human spirit.

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Film Screening of "The Mark of War"
May
2
6:00 PM18:00

Film Screening of "The Mark of War"

Screening of Documentary Film “The Mark of War”

DATE: May 2, 2019

TIME: Doors Open at 6:00 PM

LOCATION:
Rice Cinema
6100 Main Street
Houston, TX 77005

WEBSITE: https://vada.rice.edu/rice-cinema

The Mark of War is a documentary feature film directed by Ricardo Ainslie that balances vintage archival footage with deeply personal interviews from seven Veterans of the Vietnam War, and connects their experiences with those returning from today’s military conflicts, revealing the enduring mark of war on the human spirit.

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Film Screening of "The Mark of War"
Apr
17
6:00 PM18:00

Film Screening of "The Mark of War"

  • Bryan/College Station, TX (The Queen Theater) (map)
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Screening of Documentary Film “The Mark of War”

DATE: April 17, 2019

TIME: Doors Open at 6:00 PM

LOCATION:
The Queen Theater
110 South Main Street
Bryan, Texas 77803

WEBSITE: https://www.queenbryantx.com/

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The Mark of War is a documentary feature film directed by Ricardo Ainslie that balances vintage archival footage with deeply personal interviews from seven Veterans of the Vietnam War, and connects their experiences with those returning from today’s military conflicts, revealing the enduring mark of war on the human spirit.

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Facts, Fictions and Collective Anxieties in the  Contemporary Immigration Debate
Apr
11
7:00 PM19:00

Facts, Fictions and Collective Anxieties in the Contemporary Immigration Debate

  • Saint Louis, MO (Saint Louis Psychoanalytic Institute) (map)
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Facts, Fictions and Collective Anxieties
in the Contemporary Immigration Debate

DATE: Thursday, April 11, 2019

TIME: 7:00 PM

LOCATION:
Saint Louis Psychoanalytic Institute
8820 Ladue Road, 3rd Floor
Saint Louis, MO 63124

ABOUT THE EVENT
The American social landscape has changed dramatically in the last three decades, driven primarily by Mexican and other Latin American immigration. These changes have sparked deep debate, as politicians and others scapegoat immigrants as the source of America’s ills. Dr. Ainslie will not only give the history and current status of this issue, but also use this anti-Latino discourse as a microcosm of the issues facing our our nation, and our city.

This interactive, dynamic evening will not only delve into the psychoanalytic framework of the “why” of the “otherness,” giving insights into the role of communities as psychic entities, and our perceived roles within, but also open up the dialogue for mental health professionals, educators, social workers and all attendees to find pathways to better communication and being able to work better with those in their care. These insights will also be of interest to anyone who wishes to gain a better understanding of the current immigration debate, and how to close the distance between cultures, overcome resistance to change, and offer change that works.


Ricardo Ainslie, PhD is a psychologist-psychoanalyst who uses writing, filmmaking, and photography to capture and depict subjects of social and cultural interest. A native of Mexico City, he currently teaches at the University of Texas at Austin where he holds the M.K. Hage Centennial Professorship in Education. His expertise on immigration issues, especially in surrounding Latino immigration, is extensive.

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Narratives of Migration in Media & the Arts
Mar
27
3:00 PM15:00

Narratives of Migration in Media & the Arts

Narratives of Migration in Media and the Arts

DATE: March 27, 2019

TIME: 3:00PM - 5:00PM

LOCATION:
Benson Latin American Collection
The University of Texas at Austin


ABOUT THE EVENT
A conversation with Donna de Cesare, Alicia Laguna, John Moore, and Jorge Vargas on how storytelling helps us uncover the complex layers of the migrant experience.


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Rough Cut Screening of "The Mark of War"
Feb
20
7:00 PM19:00

Rough Cut Screening of "The Mark of War"

  • San Marcos, TX (Texas State University) (map)
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The Mark of War is a documentary feature film directed by Ricardo Ainslie that balances vintage archival footage with deeply personal interviews from seven Veterans of the Vietnam War, and connects their experiences with those returning from today’s military conflicts, revealing the enduring mark of war on the human spirit.

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