Rudolph Binion

Rudolph Binion was educated at Columbia University and the University of Paris. He served two years in the United States Army and worked three years in demographic statistics at Unesco (Paris) before taking a doctorate in History at Columbia in 1958. In 1967 he moved to Brandeis University, where he has remained ever since except for a visiting professorship at the Collège de France (Paris) in 1980. He has published ten books and some fifty scholarly articles in European and American political, social, and demographic history, biography, art, and literature including a monumental psychobiography of the prodigious Russo- German woman of letters Lou Andreas-Salomé, Frau Lou in 1968.

Traumatic Reliving in History, Literature and Film

Traumatic Reliving in History, Literature and Film

by Rudolph Binion

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Traumatic Reliving in History, Literature, and Film explores an intriguing facet of human behavior never yet examined in its own right - an individual or a group may contrive, unawares, to repeat a... (more)

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