Brett Kahr`s Top Ten 2022

Professor Brett Kahr certainly knows something about the art of authoring books. Over the decades, he has written or edited sixteen volumes and has served as series editor for more than seventy-five further titles.

Most recently, Karnac Books has published his latest volume, Freud’s Pandemics: Surviving Global War, Spanish Flu, and the Nazis, the inaugural title in the new Freud Museum London Series, undertaken in collaboration with the Freud Museum. This highly pertinent book describes how the great Sigmund Freud survived not one but, rather, six separate pandemics during his own lifetime and yet still managed to thrive. Kahr examines what lessons each of us can learn from Freud about the art of resiliency and the efficacy of what he has come to refer to as “psychological vaccination”.

As Advisory Editor-in-Chief to both Confer Books and Karnac Books, he continues to help colleagues develop their book projects. And, once again, Confer takes great pleasure in having invited Brett to share with us his recommendations of the ten best books of the year.

Books that are included in Brett Kahr`s Top Ten 2022

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