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.