The Political Mind seminars

This is a series of lectures that can be streamed according to your interests. This series will focus on the effects that economics and society have in the mind of the individual. 

You can watch an introduction to the series by its creator, Psychoanalyst David Morgan by clicking here.

Available now - Click here to view our Vimeo page


Lectures currently available for streaming: (videos are available for one month once purchased, or three months if you purchase the series)

Dr Jonathan Sklar
Europe in Dark Times: Alterity, Hatred and Prejudice (50:22)

Professor Joshua Cohen 
Varieties of Inertial Experience: Psychic Life in the Shadow of the Ego Ideal (42:22)

Ruth McCall 
Psychoanalysis and Feminism. A Modern Perspective (43:06)

David Morgan
Migration, Trauma and Identity (43:42)

We are also making the following video available for free:

David Morgan
The Individual and Social Unconscious (12:41)

Why study with us?


Individual videos: £18

Series (4 videos): £62

From time to time, we will be offering online discussion groups for £20 per session.
Please express interest by emailing and stating which lecture(s) you would like to discuss.

For discussion groups it is essential that you have a strong broadband connection (around 400kbps - 2Mbps download speed, 400kbps+ upload speed) and a good degree of understanding of English language, unless stated otherwise.

Further information

Blended Learning options:

Although our online courses are designed to be as interactive and accessible as possible, we like to offer students, when possible, the option to complement online learning with face to face contact.

Typically our online learners can complement their studies with an intensive series of face to face discussions and supervisions on the topics covered during the online course. If you are interested in blended learning opportunities, please let us know and we will contact you if and when such opportunities become available where you are. This option is open across the UK and abroad.

Please contact us with 'blended learning' as the subject at:

Last modified: Wednesday, 11 July 2018, 6:48 PM