The Portland Center for Public Humanities and the Oregon Psychoanalytical Center present
a film screening and discussion of David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive
Wednesday, November 20 at 6:00 PM
5th Avenue Cinema
510 SW Hall Street
Portland, OR 97201
This event is free and open to the public
Light refreshments will be served prior to the screening.
Following the film’s conclusion, commentators David Denny, Ph.D., Director of Literature and Humanities at Marylhurst University and Michael Clark, Ph.D., J.D., Director of the Portland Center for Public Humanities will join psychoanalysts Carol Stuart, PsyD, and Nancy Winters, MD, both faculty members of the Oregon Psychoanalytic Center, for discussion.
About the commentators:
David Denny, Ph.D., studied in the philosophy, literature and criticism program at the State University of New York, Binghamton, receiving an MA in philosophy and a Ph.D. in comparative literature. His interests are in critical theory, psychoanalysis, modern literature and philosophy, and film studies.
Michael Clark, Ph.D., J.D., received a Ph.D. from the State University of New York, Binghamton and a J.D. from the University of Oregon. His field of study includes: literature and the law, modernism, comparative literature, philosophy and literature, and film studies.
Carol Stuart, PsyD, graduate analyst from the Northwest Center for Psychoanalysis in Seattle, training and supervising analyst of the Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles and Pacific University’s doctoral training program in psychology, completed her doctorate in clinical psychology from Pacific University, and child and adult psychology internship at Elmcrest Psychiatric Institute in Portland Connecticut. With a background and training in the visual arts, she is interested in the relationship between psychoanalysis and the process of creativity. She practices psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy in SW Portland.
Nancy Winters, MD, graduate analyst from the Oregon Psychoanalytic Institute, received her medical training at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in NY, her adult psychiatry residency training at Yale University, and child/adolescent psychiatry residency at OHSU. She practices psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy in NW Portland, integrating contemporary, developmental, and neuroscience perspectives. With a background in music and the visual arts, she has a special interest in psychoanalytic explorations of creativity.