Reminder! Call for Nominations: The 2021 Jellinek Memorial Fund Award for outstanding contribution to the advancement of knowledge on alcohol/alcoholism

Nominations are solicited for the 2021 Jellinek Memorial Fund Award to a scientist who has made an outstanding contribution to the advancement of knowledge in the alcohol/alcoholism field. Nominated candidates may come from any country. The category for the Year 2021 award, specified by the Board of Directors of the Jellinek Memorial Fund, will be Social and CulturalContinue reading “Reminder! Call for Nominations: The 2021 Jellinek Memorial Fund Award for outstanding contribution to the advancement of knowledge on alcohol/alcoholism”

Call for Nominations: The 2021 Jellinek Memorial Fund Award for outstanding contribution to the advancement of knowledge on alcohol/alcoholism

Nominations are solicited for the 2021 Jellinek Memorial Fund Award to a scientist who has made an outstanding contribution to the advancement of knowledge in the alcohol/alcoholism field. Nominated candidates may come from any country. The category for the Year 2021 award, specified by the Board of Directors of the Jellinek Memorial Fund, will beContinue reading “Call for Nominations: The 2021 Jellinek Memorial Fund Award for outstanding contribution to the advancement of knowledge on alcohol/alcoholism”

E.M. Jellinek’s Departure from Budapest in 1920, Part Two

Part One of this post may be found here. László Frank(1) described a chance encounter with Jellinek on the streets of Berlin in 1930, 10 years after Jellinek’s disappearance from Budapest.  He, wrote Frank, looked like “a skinny, brown-haired, middle-aged man.”  Jellinek told Frank that he did not live in Berlin but was just visiting. Continue reading “E.M. Jellinek’s Departure from Budapest in 1920, Part Two”

E.M. Jellinek’s Essay on Drinking’s Symbolism: Another Look

Whatever’s written in your heart, that’s all that matters. You’ll find a way to say it all someday.  — Gerry Rafferty (1947-2011) This is a heart-warming story.  You’ll see! As a young man, in Budapest, E.M. Jellinek (1890-1963) became involved in the then-blossoming psychoanalytic movement.  He seems to have had a particular fascination with theContinue reading “E.M. Jellinek’s Essay on Drinking’s Symbolism: Another Look”

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