2nd Delphi International Psychoanalytic Symposium (July 26-31, 1988)
“The Maternal Element in Psychoanalysis. Clinical and Cultural Perspectives»
The presentations covered topics such as the female faces of tragedy, the position of the individual in the social and political life of Ancient Greece, images of motherhood in Greek Mythology and the transformations of the image of the mother in Ancient Tragedy.
Main speakers: French-speaking psychoanalysts, colleagues from New Delhi and Denmark, as well as historians and archaeologists (Jean Rudha from Geneva, Alexis Diamantopoulos, Popi Zora, Michalis Sakellariou).
– Screening of the film “Iphigenia” by Michalis Kakogiannis (1977)
– Theatrical excerpt of the tragedy “Bacchus” by Euripides in the ancient theater of Delphi by actors of the Art Theater directed by prominent theatre director Karolos Koun. The play focused on the dark side of women and mothers.