|Dr. Miriam Debieux Rosa
Associate Professor at the Clinical Psychology Program, University of São Paulo (USP), Brazil.
|Miriam Debieux Rosa, Associate Professor at the Clinical Psychology Program at the University of São Paulo (USP), having presented the work Psychoanalysis theory, politics and culture: the clinic vis-à-vis the socio-political dimension of suffering, in August 2015. (USP Library). At USP, she coordinates the Psychoanalysis and Society Laboratory and the Veredas [Narrow paths] Project: Migration and Culture; as a full professor in the Graduate Program in Social Psychology at PUC-SP, she coordinates the Psychoanalysis and Politics Center. Head of the CNPq research group Subject, Society and Politics in Psychoanalysis (USP), she is also a member of the working group on Psychoanalysis, Politics and Culture, (National Association for Research and Graduate Studies in Psychology- ANPEPP. Currently conducting postdoctoral work at the Université Paris Diderot, PARIS 7, UFR Etudes psychanalytiques, with advisor Fethi Benslama (CNPq), France. As a CNPq grant holder, (September 2015 to June 2016), she has been developing the theme Vicissitudes of addressing the other in situations of violence: the case of the refugees. She is the author of Stories that are not told: psychoanalysis with children and adolescents, in 2010 (publisher: Editora Casa do Psicólogo) and a co-organizer of the books Debates on contemporary adolescence and the social bond (publisher: Juruá Psicologia Editora, Rio Grande do Sul, in 2012, and Desire and policy: challenges and perspectives in the field of immigration and asylum, in 2013 (publisher: Max Limonad Editora).|
|Debieux-Rosa has been researching and producing on the following themes: the socio-political dimension of suffering, the clinic of the traumatic, expressions of violence, violation of rights, forms of resistance and confrontation of subjects in vulnerable situations, the construction / transformation of the social bond in the contemporary world, immigration and migration, responsibility and accountability, and children and adolescents.|