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Henry Abramovitch

List of Publications:

 

 

A.    Books and Monographs:

1. Abramovitch, Henry.

The First Father. Abraham: Psychology and Culture of a Spiritual Revolutionary.

  1. University Press of America. 1994.
  2. 2nd Edition and with new Preface. Libertary Press, 2010

2. A. Apter, S. Abu-Shah, I. Iancu, H. Abramovitch, A. Weitzman & S. Tyano.

 ‘Cultural Effects on Eating Attitudes in Israeli Subpopulations and Hospitalized Anorectics.’

Genetic, Social & General Psychology Monographs 120 (1): 85-99, 1994.

3. Abramovitch, Henry.

Rabbinic and Pilgrimage Dreams and the Living Symbol of the Tzadik.

The Guild of Pastoral Psychology. Guild Paper No. 309. London, UK. 2012
4. Abramovitch, Henry

a) Brothers and Sisters: Myth and Reality.

Fay Lecture Series in Analytical Psychology

Texas A & M University Press 2014.

b) Brothers and Sisters: Myth and Reality. (Russian Edition)

Klass Publications. 2015, in press.

c) Brothers and sisters: Myth and Reality (Hebrew Edition)

 Resling Publications, in press.

5. Abramovitch Henry

The Performance of Analysis: Clinical and Jewish Explorations (Russian)

in press.

B. Original Articles:

 

B.1 Abramovitch, H. 

‘Tromba: A Spirit Possession cult in ile Sainte-Marie de Madagascar’

Taloha Winter 1975.

B.2 Yoram B. & Abramovitch, H.

‘In Search of the Saddiq : Visitational Dreams among Moroccan Jews in Israel’

Psychiatry 48: 83-92, 1985.

B.3 Abramovitch, H. & Bilu, Y.

‘Visitational Dreams and Naming Practices among Moroccan Jews in Israel’

Jewish Journal of Sociology 28(1): 13-21, 1985.

B.4 Baider, L. & Abramovitch, H.

‘The “Dybbuk”: Cultural Context of a Cancer Patient.’

Hospice Journal 1:113-9, 1985.

B.5 Abramovitch, H.

‘There are no Words: Two Greek-Jewish Survivors of Auschwitz’

Psychoanalytic Psychology, 3(3): 201-216, 1986.

B.6 Abramovitch, H.

‘An Analysis of an Israeli Near Death Experience: A Case of Cultural Dissonance.’

Journal of Near Death Studies 6(3): 175-94, 1988.

B.7 Abramovitch, H. & Epstein, S.

 ‘Driving Amulets in Jerusalem’

The Mankind Quarterly 29 (1&2):161-4, 1988.

B.8 Abramovitch I.B. & Abramovitch H.

 ‘Enuresis in Cross-Cultural Perspective: A Comparison of Training for Elimination Control in Three Israeli Ethnic Groups.’

Journal of Social Psychology, 129 (1): 47-56, 1989.

B.9 Sered, S. & Abramovitch, H.

‘Pregnant Dreaming: A Proposed New Genre and Search for  a Typology”’

Social Science & Medicine 34(12): 1404-11, 1992.

B.10 Abramovitch, H. 

‘The Selection and Training of Candidates: An International Survey’

Newsletter of the International Association of Analytical Psychology 13:13-17, 1993.

B.11 Abramovitch H. & Lange T. (1994).

‘Dreaming about my patient: a case illustration of therapist’s initial dream’

a. Dreaming: Journal of the Association for the Study of Dreams 4: 105-113, 1994.

b. Journal of the Israeli Association for Analytical Psychology 1 (1): 21-32, 1994. (Hebrew).

B.12 Abramovitch, H.

‘The Nightmare of Returning Home: Acute Onset Dream Anxiety Disorder treated by Lucid Dreaming’

Israel Journal of Psychiatry 32:140-5, 1996.

B.13 Abramovitch, H. & Schwartz, E..

‘The Three Stages of Medical Dialogue’

Theoretical Medicine 17:175-87, 1996.

B.14 Schreier, A. & Abramovitch, H.

‘American Medical Students in Israel: Stress and Coping’.

Medical Education 30:445-52, 1996.

B.15 Abramovitch, H.

‘Temenos Lost: Reflections on Moving’

a. Journal of Analytical Psychology 42, 569-584, 1997.

b. Russian Journal of Analytical Psychology (Russian), 3: 84-104, 2010

c. Journal of the Israeli Association for Analytical (Hebrew) v.2 (1).

B.16 H. Abramovitch & I. Kariv (1997).

‘Architecture in a Divided City: The Jerusalem City Hall as a Symbolic Center.’

Cited in World Architecture 55:52-7, 1997.

B.17 Weiss, G. Abramovitch, H. Winters, S.L., Curwin, J.H. Neglio, D. & Raquet, S.

 ‘Living with an Implanted Cardioverter Defibrilitator: Assessment of Psychosocial Factors Affecting Coping.’

On Line Journal of Cardiology March 21, 1999.

http: //www.mmip.mcgill.ca/heart/manu990316rl.html

B.18 H. Abramovitch, A. Schreier & N. Koren

‘American Medical Students in Israeli: Stress & Coping  - A follow up Study.’Medical Education 34:890-6, 2000.

B.19 JM Borkan, MA Weingarten, E Schlank, J Fadlon, S Kornitzer, N Notzer, R Aviram, H Abramovitch, S Lehmann, N Smidt-Afek, M Fainaru.

‘A Model for Educating Humanistic Physicians in the 21st Century: The New Medicine, Patient, and Society Course at Tel Aviv University.’

Education for Health 13(3): 346-55,2000.

B.20 Abramovitch, Henry

 ‘Analytical Psychology in Different Cultural Contexts’

Journal of the New Israeli Jungian Society v.3,  2000. (Hebrew)

B.21 Abramovitch, Henry

‘Analyst as Anthropologist’

Mantis 13: 38-41, 2001.

B.22 Abramovitch, Henry

‘Temenos Regained: Reflections on the Absence of the Analyst’

Journal of Analytical Psychology 47: 583-97, 2002.

B.23 Henry Abramovitch, L Shenkman, E Schlank, S Shoham & J Borkan

‘A Tale of Two Exposures: A Comparison of Approaches to Early Clinical Exposure’

Education for Health: Change in Learning and Practice. 15(3): 386-90, 2002.

B.24 Henry Abramovitch

“Living and Working in Israel in Terrible Times”

a. National Association for the Advancement of

Psychoanalysis News v. 25, Fall 2002.

b. International Association of Analytical Psychology

Website: http://www.iaap.org

B.25 Henry Abramovitch.

 “Analysis in the Shadow of Terror”

a. San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal, 21(3): 23-6,2002.

b. International Association of Analytical Psychology Newsletter v. 23, 2003.

c. Oxford Psychotherapy Society Bulletin 40:15-6, 2004.

B.26 H. Abramovitch & L. Kirmayer (2003)

‘The Relevance of Jungian Psychology for Cultural Psychiatry’

Transcultural Psychiatry v.40 (2):155-63, 2003.

B.27 Joel Rosen, Erica Spatz, Henry Abramovitch, Baruch Weinrib, Neil S. Wenger, and Carmi Z. Margolis.

“A New Approach To Teaching Cross Cultural Skills To Medical Students”

Medical Teacher 26(2):126-32, 2004.

B.28 Henry Abramovitch.

‘Rabban Gamliel & Rabbi Yehoshua in the Analytic Training Institute: A Talmudic Text (Berachot 27b-28a) and the Group Life of Analysts’.

Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice. 6(2): 21-40, 2004.

B.29 Henry Abramovitch.

‘Styles of Leadership: Two More Talmudic Stories.’

Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice. 6 (2): 45-6, 2004.

B.30 Netta Notzer  Henry Abramovitch, Roni Dado-Harari & Abraham Rudnick.

‘Medical Students’ Ethical, Legal and Cross-Cultural Experiences during their Clinical Studies.’

Israel Medical Association Journal 7:58-61, 2005.

B.31 Henry Abramovitch

‘Die Anregung ethischen Bewusstseins: Ein talmudischer Ansatz’

Analytische Psychologie 36; 140 (2) 123-6, 2005.

B.32 Henry Abramovitch

‘Stimulating Ethical Awareness during Training’

Journal of Analytical Psychology, 52: 449-461, 2007.

B.33 Henry Abramovitch

‘Analysis in the Shadow of Terror: Securing the Temenos, Treating the “Enemy” and Surviving Creatively’

San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal 25: 1-8, 2006.

B. 34 Henry Abramovitch

‘The Origins and History of a Creative Man: Celebrating 100 Years of the Birth of Erich Neumann.”’

Harvest: International Journal for Jungian Studies  52(2): 9-17. 2006

B. 35 Henry Abramovitch

‘Erich Neumann, Theorist and Analyst: A Brief Introduction.’

Harvest: International Journal for Jungian Studies  52 (2): 19-25. 2006.

B. 36 Henry Abramovitch

‘Erich Neumann and the Search for a New Ethic’

Harvest: International Journal for Jungian Studies 52 (2): 130-147. 2006.

B. 38 Henry Abramovitch

‘Erich Neumann as My Supervisor: An Interview with Dvora Kutzinski’’

Harvest: International Journal for Jungian Studies  52 (2): 162-181. 2006.

B. 39 Henry Abramovitch & Marion Badrian

‘Neve Ze’elim Children’s Home: A Unique Long-term Treatment Centre Inspired by the Teaching of Erich Neumann.’

Harvest: International Journal for Jungian Studies  52 (2): 182-199. 2006.

B. 40  Henry Abramovitch and Raymond Prince

‘The Jewish Heritage of Ludwig Wittgenstein: Its Influence on his Life and Work.’

Transcultural Psychiatry  43: 533-553, 2006.

B. 41  Henry Abramovitch

‘Analyser a L’ombre de la Terreur: Aspects Cliniques.

Cahier Jungians de Psychoanalyse no. 119-120: 113-120. 2006.

B. 42  Henry Abramovitch and Ella Abramovitch

‘The (Non) Representation of Trauma’

Jung Journal: Psyche and Culture  1(4): 32-42. 2007.

B. 43  Henry Abramovitch

‘Below, the Therapy King’

Jung Journal: Psyche and Culture  3(1): 57-67. 2009.

B. 44 Michael A Weingarten, Nurit Guttman, Henry Abramovitch, Ruth Stashevsky Margalit, Debra Roter, Amitai Ziv, John Yaphe, Jeffrey M. Borkan

‘An Anatomy of Conflicts in Primary Care Encounters: A Multi-method study.’

Family Practice, November 30, 2009.

B.  45.   Ilan Kariv and Henry Abramovitch

‘Where Has the Arch Gone: Annals of the Hurva Synagogue.’

Architecture of Israel Quarterly 83: 82-93. November, 2010.

B. 46.  Cadja Bachmann Henry Abramovitch, Carmen Gabriela Barbu, Afonso Miguel Cavaco, Rosario Dago Elorza, Rainer Haak, Elizabete Loureiro, Anna Ratajska, Jonathan Silverman, Sandra Winterburn, Marcy Rosenbaum              A European consensus on learning objectives for a core communication curriculum in health care professions. Patient Education and Counseling  93(1):18-26. 2013.

B. 47. Henry Abramovitch

“ Making war a part of medical education”

Invited Editorial, Israel Medical Association Journal (IMAJ) 15(3):174-5. 2013.

B. 48 Henry Abramovitch

‘Rabbinic Conceptions of Healing’

Jungian Analysis Journal2(13):41-50. 2013. (Russian).

B. 49. Henry Abramovitch

‘Approches Juives Du Reve.’

Revue de Psychologie Analytique  1: 105-123, 2014.

Review Articles:

B. 50. Palgi, Phyllis and Abramovitch, Henry

 ‘Death: A Cross-Cultural Perspective.’

Annual Review of Anthropology 13: 385-417, 1984.

B.51 Abramovitch, Henry.

‘Eros Out of Thanatos: Suicide, Cancer & Mourning.’

San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal 7(1): 41-56, 1987.

B. 52 Abramovitch, Henry.

‘Psychoanalysis Observed.’

San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal  9(4): 23-38, 1990.

B.53 Abramovitch, Henry

 ‘Pygmy Giants.’

San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal 13(3): 43-7, 1994.

B.54 Abramovitch, Henry

 ‘Anthropology of Disability.’

Israeli Sociology: A Journal for the Study of Israeli Society 1(1): 209-10. 1998.

B.55 Abramovitch, Henry

‘The Neglect of Siblings in Depth Psychology.’

San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal 23(2): 17-30, 2005.

B.56 Abramovitch, Henry

‘The Cultural Complex:  Linking Psyche and Society.

Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche  Winter, 2006, 26:47-50.

C. Chapters in Books

C.1 Halper, J. & Abramovitch, H.

‘ “Saharanei” as a Mediator of Kurdish-Jewish Ethnicity.’

The Anthropology of Edot HaMizrach (Eds. Deshen, S. & Shokeid, M.) Tel Aviv: Schocken. 1984. (Hebrew).

C.2 Baider, L. & Abramovitch, H.

 ‘The “Dybbuk”: Cultural Context of a Cancer Patient.’

The Sociology of Health and Health Care in Israel. (Ed. A. Antonovsky) New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction Publishers., 1985.

C.3 Abramovitch, Henry.

 ‘Death’

a. Contemporary Jewish Religious Thought: Original Essays on Critical Concepts, Movements and Beliefs. (Eds. A.A. Cohen & P. Mendes-Flohr). New York: Scribners. pp. 131-5., 1987.

b. Lexicon of Contemporary Jewish Culture (Ed. A. Schapira) Tel Aviv: Am Oved. 1993. (Hebrew).

C.4 Abramovitch, H.

‘The Jerusalem Funeral As a Microcosm of the “Mismeeting” between Religious and Secular Israelis.’

Tradition, Innovation, Conflict: Judiasm and Jewishness in Contemporary Israel. (Eds. Z. Sobol & B. Beit-Hallachmi). Albany, New York: SUNY. 1991.

C.5 Abramovitch, H.

 ‘The Healing Dialogue’

 Martin Buber in Perspective (Eds. K. Yaron & P. Mendes-Flohr) Jerusalem: Magnes Press. pp. 133-6., 1992.

C.6 Abramovitch, H.

 ‘The Jerusalem Funeral: An Anthropological Perspective.’ 

a. Loss and Bereavement in Jewish Society in Israel. (Eds R. Malkinson, S.S. Rubin & E. Witztum). Jerusalem: Kaneh.

pp. 181-96., 1993. (Hebrew)

b. Israel: A Local Anthropology. Studies in the Anthropology of Israel. (Eds. O. Abuav, E. Hertzog, H. Goldberg & E. Marx) Tel Aviv: Cherikover.  pp. 553-570., 1998. (Hebrew).

c. Studies in the Anthropology of Israel. (Eds. O. Abuav, E. Hertzog, H. Goldberg & E. Marx) Detroit: Wayne State University Press. 2010.

C.7  Abramovitch, H.

 ‘Ethics: A Jewish perspective’

Cast the First Stone: The Ethics of Analytical Therapy (eds. L. Ross & M. Roy) Boston: Shambhala. pp. 31-6., 1995.

C.8 Abramovitch, Henry.

 ‘Images of the “Father” in psychology and religion’

 The Role of the Father in Child Development 3rd edition. (ed. Michael Lamb). New York: John Wiley & Sons. Ch. 2, pp. 19-32. 1997.

C.9 Abramovitch, H. & Bilu, Y.

‘Visitational Dreams and Naming Practices among Moroccan Jews in Israel’

a. These are the Names. (Eds. Demsky, A., Reif, J.A. & Tabory, J.)

Ramat Gan: Bar Ilan University Press. 1997.  (Hebrew).

b. Pleasant are Your Names - Jewish Names in the Sephardi Diaspora.

(Ed. Aaron Demsky) University of Maryland Press. 2009.

C.10. Abramovitch, Henry.

 “Good Death” and “Bad Death”: Therapeutic Implications of Cultural Conceptions of Death and Bereavement.

 Traumatic and Nontraumatic Loss and Bereavement (Eds. R. Malkinson, S. S. Rubin & E. Witztum). Madison, CT.: Psychosocial Press. Chapter 10.  255-72. 2000.

C.11 Abramovitch, Henry.

“Brothers & Sisters in Conflict in the Book of Genesis”

Stories of Our Beginnings: Conversations about Human Relations, a Dialogue with the Book of Genesis. (Ed. Tanya Zion).

Tel Aviv: Yediyot Acharonot. pp.34-8. 2002. (Hebrew).

C.12 Abramovitch, Henry.

‘Where are the Dead?

Bad Death, the Missing, and the Inability to Mourn’

Death, Bereavement and Mourning. (Ed. Samuel Heilman). New Brunswick, N.J. & London: Transaction Publishers.  Chapter 5. pp. 53-68. 2005.

C.13 Abramovitch, Henry.

“My Father’s Illness: A Case Study of Ageism”

Illness in the Academy:  A Collection of Pathographies by Academics

(Ed. Kimberly Myers) Purdue University Press.  pp.179-188. 2007.

C.14 Abramovitch, Henry.

“Wittgenstein as a Jew”

Ludwig Wittgenstein: Contextualizations of a Genius (German)

(Eds. Jan Drehmel and Katherina Jaspers) Berin: Schwules Museum. 2011.

C. 15 Abramovitch, Henry.

“More Dry Bones: The Significance of Changes in Mortuary Ritual in Contemporary Israel

Towards an Anthropology of Nation-Building and Unbuilding in Israel(Eds. Fran Markowitz, Moshe Shokeid & Steven Sharot). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.  2014, pp. 253-269.

C. 16 Abramovitch, Henry.

“Into the Marginal Zone”

Marked By Fire: Personal Stories of the Jungian Way (Eds. Patricia Damery & Naomi Lowinsky). Carmel, CA: Fisher King Press. 2012, pp. 94-109.

C. 17 Abramovitch, Henry.

“The Dream always follows the Mouth”: Jewish approaches to dreaming”

The Dream and its Amplification   (Eds. Erel Shalit & Nancy Swift Furlotti)             Carmel, CA: Fisher King Press. 2013,  pp. 151-165.

C. 18 Abramovitch, Henry,

“The Influence of Martin Buber’s Philosophy of Dialogue on Psychotherapy:

His Lasting Contribution.”

Dialogue as a Trans-Disciplinary Concept (Ed. Paul Mendes-Flohr). In press.

C. 19 Schwartz, E. Keystone, J. & Abramovitch H.

“Delusional Parasitosis”

Tropical diseases in Travellers (Ed. Eli Schwartz). Wiley-Blackwell. 2009,  pp. 352-357.

C. 20  Abramovitch, Henry,

‘Pioneers or Colonisers?’  

Between Innovation and Tradition: Jungian Analysts working in Different Cultural Settings (Ed. Catherine Crowther and Jan Weiner). Spring Books. 2015.

D.2. Papers Published in Congress Proceedings:

D.2.1 Abramovitch H. (1999). ‘Analytical Psychology in Various Cultural  Settings.’  In Destruction and Creation: Personal and Cultural Transformations. Proceedings of the 14th International Congress for Analytical Psychology. (ed. M. Mattoon). Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag. pp. 303-321.

D.2.2 Abramovitch, H. (1994). ‘Relations between Fathers and Sons in Biblical Narrative.’ In Proceedings of the 11th World Congress of Jewish Studies.Division A. Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies. pp. 31-6.

D.2.3 Abramovitch H. (1993). ‘Disguise as a Transition to Homecoming.’ In The Transcendent Function: Individual & Collective Aspects. Proceedings of the 12th International Congress for Analytical Psychology. (ed. Mary Ann Mattoon).

Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag. pp. 250-7.

D.2.4 H. Abramovitch & E. Schwartz (1991). ‘A Typology of Dying: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on the Definition of Death’ Proceedings of the 4th International Congress on Ethics in Medicine. Jerusalem. p. A32.

D.2.5 H. Abramovitch (1986). ‘The Clash of Values in the Jerusalem Funeral: a Particiapnt-Observer Study of a Hevra Kadisha.’ In Proceedings of the 9th World Congress of Jewish Studies. Division D. Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies. pp. 113-9.

D.2.6 Jeff Halper & Henry Abramovitch (1982). ‘The Saharanei as a Mediator of Kurdish-Jewish Identity’ In Proceedings of the 8th World Congress of Jewish Studies. Division D. Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies. pp. 77-84.

D.2.7 H. Abramovitch (1975). ‘Report on the Living and the Dead’

Applied Cross-Cultural Psychology: Selected Papers from 2nd International Conference of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. (Eds. J.W. Berry & W.J. Lonner) Amsterdam: Swets & Zeitlinger. pp. 321-6

D.2.8 Henry Abramovitch (2003) ‘Analysis in the Shadow of Terror’ Terrorism and Boundaries: Anthropological Perspectives. Proceedings of the Israel Anthropological Association, Neve Ilan, Israel. pp. 2-4

D 2.9  Henry Abramovitch (2005) ‘Analysis in the Shadow of Terror: Clinical Aspects’ Edges of Experience: Proceedings of the 14th International Congress of Analytical Psychology. (Ed. Lyn Cowan). Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag.

D.2.10  Henry Abramovitch (2012), ‘Illness in the Analyst’ Facing Multiplicity: Proceedings of 16th International Congress of Analytical Psychology. (Ed.Pramila Bennett). Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag.

D. 2.11  Henry Abramovitch (2014), ‘Finding Brothers and Sisters in Myth, Analysis and Active Imagination’ Proceedings of 17th International Congress of Analytical Psychology. (Ed. Pramila Bennett). Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag.

E. Items in Encyclopedias:

E.1 H. Abramovitch. (2001). ‘Anthropology of Death’

International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. N. J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes  (Editors) Pergamon, Oxford. pp. 3270-3.

E.2 H. Abramovitch. (2001). ‘Sociology of Death and Dying.’

International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. N. J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes  (Editors) Pergamon, Oxford. pp. 3267-70.

E.3 H. Abramovitch. (2006). ‘Erich Neumann’

The Edinburgh International Encyclopedia of Psychoanalysis. Edinburgh University Press. (Ed. RM Skelton)

E. 4 H. Abramovitch. (2014). ‘Anthropology of Death’

International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. N. J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes  (Editors) Pergamon, Oxford. 2nd  online edition.

G. Ethnographic Documentation:

H. Abramovitch Field Recordings, Rituals & Songs. Ile Ste-Marie de Madagascar. On Deposit: World Music Archive, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, USA

H. Recent Book Reviews:

Review of Travel Medicine: Tales Behind the Science.

(Eds. Annelies Wilder-Smith, Eli Schwartz and Marc Shaw)

Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2007. in Journal of Travel Medicine

15 (3), 2008, pp.253-4.

Review of Barbara Helen Miller, Connecting and Correcting: A Case Study of Sami Healers in Porsanger. Leiden: CNWS Publications. 2007. in Transcultural Psychiatry 2008.

Review of Ranjit Chatterjee,. Wittgenstein and Judaism: A Triumph of Concealment. Studies in Judaism Vol. 1 New York: Peter Lang. 2005. in Journal of Religion 2008.

Review of David Shulman, Dark Hope: Working for Peace in Israel and Palestine. Chicago: University of Chicago Press 2007. in Transcultural Psychiatry 2009.

Review of Robert Langs, Beyond Yahweh and Jesus: Bringing Death’s Wisdom to Faith, Spirituality, and Psychoanalysis. Lantham: Jason Aronson, 2008. inJournal of Analytical Psychology 2009.

Review of Jay Sherry, Carl Gustav Jung: Avant-Guard Conservative. Palgrave Studies in Cultural and Intellectual History. Palgrave MacMillan 2010. In Jung Journal: Psyche & Symbol. Special Edition on Jung and Judaism. 2012.

 

Henry Abramovitch

List of Publications:

1. Abramovitch, Henry.

The First Father. Abraham: Psychology and Culture of a Spiritual Revolutionary.

  1. University Press of America. 1994.
  2. 2nd Edition and with new Preface. Libertary Press, 2010

2. A. Apter, S. Abu-Shah, I. Iancu, H. Abramovitch, A. Weitzman & S. Tyano.

 ‘Cultural Effects on Eating Attitudes in Israeli Subpopulations and Hospitalized Anorectics.’

Genetic, Social & General Psychology Monographs 120 (1): 85-99, 1994.

3. Abramovitch, Henry.

Rabbinic and Pilgrimage Dreams and the Living Symbol of the Tzadik.

The Guild of Pastoral Psychology. Guild Paper No. 309. London, UK. 2012

4. Abramovitch, Henry

a) Brothers and Sisters: Myth and Reality.

Fay Lecture Series in Analytical Psychology

Texas A & M University Press 2014.

b) Brothers and Sisters: Myth and Reality. (Russian Edition)

Klass Publications. 2015, in press.

c) Brothers and sisters: Myth and Reality (Hebrew Edition)

 Resling Publications, in press.

5. Abramovitch Henry

The Performance of Analysis: Clinical and Jewish Explorations (Russian)

in press.

B. Original Articles:

B.1 Abramovitch, H. 

‘Tromba: A Spirit Possession cult in ile Sainte-Marie de Madagascar’

Taloha Winter 1975.

B.2 Yoram B. & Abramovitch, H.

‘In Search of the Saddiq : Visitational Dreams among Moroccan Jews in Israel’

Psychiatry 48: 83-92, 1985.

B.3 Abramovitch, H. & Bilu, Y.

‘Visitational Dreams and Naming Practices among Moroccan Jews in Israel’

Jewish Journal of Sociology 28(1): 13-21, 1985.

B.4 Baider, L. & Abramovitch, H.

‘The “Dybbuk”: Cultural Context of a Cancer Patient.’

Hospice Journal 1:113-9, 1985.

B.5 Abramovitch, H.

‘There are no Words: Two Greek-Jewish Survivors of Auschwitz’

Psychoanalytic Psychology, 3(3): 201-216, 1986.

B.6 Abramovitch, H.

‘An Analysis of an Israeli Near Death Experience: A Case of Cultural Dissonance.’

Journal of Near Death Studies 6(3): 175-94, 1988.

B.7 Abramovitch, H. & Epstein, S.

 ‘Driving Amulets in Jerusalem’

The Mankind Quarterly 29 (1&2):161-4, 1988.

B.8 Abramovitch I.B. & Abramovitch H.

 ‘Enuresis in Cross-Cultural Perspective: A Comparison of Training for Elimination Control in Three Israeli Ethnic Groups.’

Journal of Social Psychology, 129 (1): 47-56, 1989.

B.9 Sered, S. & Abramovitch, H.

‘Pregnant Dreaming: A Proposed New Genre and Search for  a Typology”’

Social Science & Medicine 34(12): 1404-11, 1992.

B.10 Abramovitch, H. 

‘The Selection and Training of Candidates: An International Survey’

Newsletter of the International Association of Analytical Psychology 13:13-17, 1993.

B.11 Abramovitch H. & Lange T. (1994).

‘Dreaming about my patient: a case illustration of therapist’s initial dream’

a. Dreaming: Journal of the Association for the Study of Dreams 4: 105-113, 1994.

b. Journal of the Israeli Association for Analytical Psychology 1 (1): 21-32, 1994. (Hebrew).

B.12 Abramovitch, H.

‘The Nightmare of Returning Home: Acute Onset Dream Anxiety Disorder treated by Lucid Dreaming’

Israel Journal of Psychiatry 32:140-5, 1996.

B.13 Abramovitch, H. & Schwartz, E..

‘The Three Stages of Medical Dialogue’

Theoretical Medicine 17:175-87, 1996.

B.14 Schreier, A. & Abramovitch, H.

‘American Medical Students in Israel: Stress and Coping’.

Medical Education 30:445-52, 1996.

B.15 Abramovitch, H.

‘Temenos Lost: Reflections on Moving’

a. Journal of Analytical Psychology 42, 569-584, 1997.

b. Russian Journal of Analytical Psychology (Russian), 3: 84-104, 2010

c. Journal of the Israeli Association for Analytical (Hebrew) v.2 (1).

B.16 H. Abramovitch & I. Kariv (1997).

‘Architecture in a Divided City: The Jerusalem City Hall as a Symbolic Center.’

Cited in World Architecture 55:52-7, 1997.

B.17 Weiss, G. Abramovitch, H. Winters, S.L., Curwin, J.H. Neglio, D. & Raquet, S.

 ‘Living with an Implanted Cardioverter Defibrilitator: Assessment of Psychosocial Factors Affecting Coping.’

On Line Journal of Cardiology March 21, 1999.

http: //www.mmip.mcgill.ca/heart/manu990316rl.html

B.18 H. Abramovitch, A. Schreier & N. Koren

‘American Medical Students in Israeli: Stress & Coping  - A follow up Study.’Medical Education 34:890-6, 2000.

B.19 JM Borkan, MA Weingarten, E Schlank, J Fadlon, S Kornitzer, N Notzer, R Aviram, H Abramovitch, S Lehmann, N Smidt-Afek, M Fainaru.

‘A Model for Educating Humanistic Physicians in the 21st Century: The New Medicine, Patient, and Society Course at Tel Aviv University.’

Education for Health 13(3): 346-55,2000.

B.20 Abramovitch, Henry

 ‘Analytical Psychology in Different Cultural Contexts’

Journal of the New Israeli Jungian Society v.3,  2000. (Hebrew)

B.21 Abramovitch, Henry

‘Analyst as Anthropologist’

Mantis 13: 38-41, 2001.

B.22 Abramovitch, Henry

‘Temenos Regained: Reflections on the Absence of the Analyst’

Journal of Analytical Psychology 47: 583-97, 2002.

B.23 Henry Abramovitch, L Shenkman, E Schlank, S Shoham & J Borkan

‘A Tale of Two Exposures: A Comparison of Approaches to Early Clinical Exposure’

Education for Health: Change in Learning and Practice. 15(3): 386-90, 2002.

B.24 Henry Abramovitch

“Living and Working in Israel in Terrible Times”

a. National Association for the Advancement of

Psychoanalysis News v. 25, Fall 2002.

b. International Association of Analytical Psychology

Website: http://www.iaap.org

 

B.25 Henry Abramovitch.

 “Analysis in the Shadow of Terror”

a. San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal, 21(3): 23-6,2002.

b. International Association of Analytical Psychology Newsletter v. 23, 2003.

c. Oxford Psychotherapy Society Bulletin 40:15-6, 2004.

B.26 H. Abramovitch & L. Kirmayer (2003)

‘The Relevance of Jungian Psychology for Cultural Psychiatry’

Transcultural Psychiatry v.40 (2):155-63, 2003.

B.27 Joel Rosen, Erica Spatz, Henry Abramovitch, Baruch Weinrib, Neil S. Wenger, and Carmi Z. Margolis.

“A New Approach To Teaching Cross Cultural Skills To Medical Students”

Medical Teacher 26(2):126-32, 2004.

B.28 Henry Abramovitch.

‘Rabban Gamliel & Rabbi Yehoshua in the Analytic Training Institute: A Talmudic Text (Berachot 27b-28a) and the Group Life of Analysts’.

Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice. 6(2): 21-40, 2004.

 

B.29 Henry Abramovitch.

‘Styles of Leadership: Two More Talmudic Stories.’

Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice. 6 (2): 45-6, 2004.

B.30 Netta Notzer  Henry Abramovitch, Roni Dado-Harari & Abraham Rudnick.

‘Medical Students’ Ethical, Legal and Cross-Cultural Experiences during their Clinical Studies.’

Israel Medical Association Journal 7:58-61, 2005.

B.31 Henry Abramovitch

‘Die Anregung ethischen Bewusstseins: Ein talmudischer Ansatz’

Analytische Psychologie 36; 140 (2) 123-6, 2005.

B.32 Henry Abramovitch

‘Stimulating Ethical Awareness during Training’

Journal of Analytical Psychology, 52: 449-461, 2007.

B.33 Henry Abramovitch

‘Analysis in the Shadow of Terror: Securing the Temenos, Treating the “Enemy” and Surviving Creatively’

San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal 25: 1-8, 2006.

B. 34 Henry Abramovitch

‘The Origins and History of a Creative Man: Celebrating 100 Years of the Birth of Erich Neumann.”’

Harvest: International Journal for Jungian Studies  52(2): 9-17. 2006

B. 35 Henry Abramovitch

‘Erich Neumann, Theorist and Analyst: A Brief Introduction.’

Harvest: International Journal for Jungian Studies  52 (2): 19-25. 2006.

B. 36 Henry Abramovitch

‘Erich Neumann and the Search for a New Ethic’

Harvest: International Journal for Jungian Studies 52 (2): 130-147. 2006.

B. 38 Henry Abramovitch

‘Erich Neumann as My Supervisor: An Interview with Dvora Kutzinski’’

Harvest: International Journal for Jungian Studies  52 (2): 162-181. 2006.

B. 39 Henry Abramovitch & Marion Badrian

‘Neve Ze’elim Children’s Home: A Unique Long-term Treatment Centre Inspired by the Teaching of Erich Neumann.’

Harvest: International Journal for Jungian Studies  52 (2): 182-199. 2006.

B. 40  Henry Abramovitch and Raymond Prince

 ‘The Jewish Heritage of Ludwig Wittgenstein: Its Influence on his Life and Work.’

Transcultural Psychiatry  43: 533-553, 2006.

B. 41  Henry Abramovitch

‘Analyser a L’ombre de la Terreur: Aspects Cliniques.

Cahier Jungians de Psychoanalyse no. 119-120: 113-120. 2006.

B. 42  Henry Abramovitch and Ella Abramovitch

‘The (Non) Representation of Trauma’

Jung Journal: Psyche and Culture  1(4): 32-42. 2007.

B. 43  Henry Abramovitch

‘Below, the Therapy King’

Jung Journal: Psyche and Culture  3(1): 57-67. 2009.

B. 44 Michael A Weingarten, Nurit Guttman, Henry Abramovitch, Ruth Stashevsky Margalit, Debra Roter, Amitai Ziv, John Yaphe, Jeffrey M. Borkan

‘An Anatomy of Conflicts in Primary Care Encounters: A Multi-method study.’

Family Practice, November 30, 2009.

B.  45.   Ilan Kariv and Henry Abramovitch

‘Where Has the Arch Gone: Annals of the Hurva Synagogue.’

Architecture of Israel Quarterly 83: 82-93. November, 2010.

B. 46.  Cadja Bachmann Henry Abramovitch, Carmen Gabriela Barbu, Afonso Miguel Cavaco, Rosario Dago Elorza, Rainer Haak, Elizabete Loureiro, Anna Ratajska, Jonathan Silverman, Sandra Winterburn, Marcy Rosenbaum              A European consensus on learning objectives for a core communication curriculum in health care professions. Patient Education and Counseling  93(1):18-26. 2013.

B. 47. Henry Abramovitch

“ Making war a part of medical education”

Invited Editorial, Israel Medical Association Journal (IMAJ) 15(3):174-5. 2013.

B. 48 Henry Abramovitch

‘Rabbinic Conceptions of Healing’

Jungian Analysis Journal2(13):41-50. 2013. (Russian).

B. 49. Henry Abramovitch

‘Approches Juives Du Reve.’

Revue de Psychologie Analytique  1: 105-123, 2014.

Review Articles:

B. 50. Palgi, Phyllis and Abramovitch, Henry

 ‘Death: A Cross-Cultural Perspective.’

Annual Review of Anthropology 13: 385-417, 1984.

B.51 Abramovitch, Henry.

‘Eros Out of Thanatos: Suicide, Cancer & Mourning.’

San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal 7(1): 41-56, 1987.

B. 52 Abramovitch, Henry.

‘Psychoanalysis Observed.’

San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal  9(4): 23-38, 1990.

B.53 Abramovitch, Henry

 ‘Pygmy Giants.’

San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal 13(3): 43-7, 1994.

B.54 Abramovitch, Henry

 ‘Anthropology of Disability.’

Israeli Sociology: A Journal for the Study of Israeli Society 1(1): 209-10. 1998.

B.55 Abramovitch, Henry

‘The Neglect of Siblings in Depth Psychology.’

San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal 23(2): 17-30, 2005.

B.56 Abramovitch, Henry

‘The Cultural Complex:  Linking Psyche and Society.

Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche  Winter, 2006, 26:47-50.

C. Chapters in Books

C.1 Halper, J. & Abramovitch, H.

‘ “Saharanei” as a Mediator of Kurdish-Jewish Ethnicity.’

The Anthropology of Edot HaMizrach (Eds. Deshen, S. & Shokeid, M.) Tel Aviv: Schocken. 1984. (Hebrew).

C.2 Baider, L. & Abramovitch, H.

 ‘The “Dybbuk”: Cultural Context of a Cancer Patient.’

The Sociology of Health and Health Care in Israel. (Ed. A. Antonovsky) New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction Publishers., 1985.

C.3 Abramovitch, Henry.

 ‘Death’

a. Contemporary Jewish Religious Thought: Original Essays on Critical Concepts, Movements and Beliefs. (Eds. A.A. Cohen & P. Mendes-Flohr). New York: Scribners. pp. 131-5., 1987.

b. Lexicon of Contemporary Jewish Culture (Ed. A. Schapira) Tel Aviv: Am Oved. 1993. (Hebrew).

C.4 Abramovitch, H.

‘The Jerusalem Funeral As a Microcosm of the “Mismeeting” between Religious and Secular Israelis.’

Tradition, Innovation, Conflict: Judiasm and Jewishness in Contemporary Israel. (Eds. Z. Sobol & B. Beit-Hallachmi). Albany, New York: SUNY. 1991.

C.5 Abramovitch, H.

 ‘The Healing Dialogue’

 Martin Buber in Perspective (Eds. K. Yaron & P. Mendes-Flohr) Jerusalem: Magnes Press. pp. 133-6., 1992.

C.6 Abramovitch, H.

 ‘The Jerusalem Funeral: An Anthropological Perspective.’ 

a. Loss and Bereavement in Jewish Society in Israel. (Eds R. Malkinson, S.S. Rubin & E. Witztum). Jerusalem: Kaneh.

pp. 181-96., 1993. (Hebrew)

b. Israel: A Local Anthropology. Studies in the Anthropology of Israel. (Eds. O. Abuav, E. Hertzog, H. Goldberg & E. Marx) Tel Aviv: Cherikover.  pp. 553-570., 1998. (Hebrew).

c. Studies in the Anthropology of Israel. (Eds. O. Abuav, E. Hertzog, H. Goldberg & E. Marx) Detroit: Wayne State University Press. 2010.

C.7  Abramovitch, H.

 ‘Ethics: A Jewish perspective’

Cast the First Stone: The Ethics of Analytical Therapy (eds. L. Ross & M. Roy) Boston: Shambhala. pp. 31-6., 1995.

C.8 Abramovitch, Henry.

 ‘Images of the “Father” in psychology and religion’

 The Role of the Father in Child Development 3rd edition. (ed. Michael Lamb). New York: John Wiley & Sons. Ch. 2, pp. 19-32. 1997.

C.9 Abramovitch, H. & Bilu, Y.

‘Visitational Dreams and Naming Practices among Moroccan Jews in Israel’

a. These are the Names. (Eds. Demsky, A., Reif, J.A. & Tabory, J.)

Ramat Gan: Bar Ilan University Press. 1997.  (Hebrew).

b. Pleasant are Your Names - Jewish Names in the Sephardi Diaspora.

(Ed. Aaron Demsky) University of Maryland Press. 2009.

C.10. Abramovitch, Henry.

 “Good Death” and “Bad Death”: Therapeutic Implications of Cultural Conceptions of Death and Bereavement.

 Traumatic and Nontraumatic Loss and Bereavement (Eds. R. Malkinson, S. S. Rubin & E. Witztum). Madison, CT.: Psychosocial Press. Chapter 10.  255-72. 2000.

C.11 Abramovitch, Henry.

“Brothers & Sisters in Conflict in the Book of Genesis”

Stories of Our Beginnings: Conversations about Human Relations, a Dialogue with the Book of Genesis. (Ed. Tanya Zion).

Tel Aviv: Yediyot Acharonot. pp.34-8. 2002. (Hebrew).

C.12 Abramovitch, Henry.

‘Where are the Dead?

Bad Death, the Missing, and the Inability to Mourn’

Death, Bereavement and Mourning. (Ed. Samuel Heilman). New Brunswick, N.J. & London: Transaction Publishers.  Chapter 5. pp. 53-68. 2005.

C.13 Abramovitch, Henry.

“My Father’s Illness: A Case Study of Ageism”

Illness in the Academy:  A Collection of Pathographies by Academics

(Ed. Kimberly Myers) Purdue University Press.  pp.179-188. 2007.

C.14 Abramovitch, Henry.

“Wittgenstein as a Jew”

Ludwig Wittgenstein: Contextualizations of a Genius (German)

(Eds. Jan Drehmel and Katherina Jaspers) Berin: Schwules Museum. 2011.

C. 15 Abramovitch, Henry.

“More Dry Bones: The Significance of Changes in Mortuary Ritual in Contemporary Israel

Towards an Anthropology of Nation-Building and Unbuilding in Israel(Eds. Fran Markowitz, Moshe Shokeid & Steven Sharot). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.  2014, pp. 253-269.

C. 16 Abramovitch, Henry.

“Into the Marginal Zone”

Marked By Fire: Personal Stories of the Jungian Way (Eds. Patricia Damery & Naomi Lowinsky). Carmel, CA: Fisher King Press. 2012, pp. 94-109.

C. 17 Abramovitch, Henry.

“The Dream always follows the Mouth”: Jewish approaches to dreaming”

The Dream and its Amplification   (Eds. Erel Shalit & Nancy Swift Furlotti)             Carmel, CA: Fisher King Press. 2013,  pp. 151-165.

C. 18 Abramovitch, Henry,

“The Influence of Martin Buber’s Philosophy of Dialogue on Psychotherapy:

His Lasting Contribution.”

Dialogue as a Trans-Disciplinary Concept (Ed. Paul Mendes-Flohr). In press.

C. 19 Schwartz, E. Keystone, J. & Abramovitch H.

“Delusional Parasitosis”

Tropical diseases in Travellers (Ed. Eli Schwartz). Wiley-Blackwell. 2009,  pp. 352-357.

C. 20  Abramovitch, Henry,

‘Pioneers or Colonisers?’  

Between Innovation and Tradition: Jungian Analysts working in Different Cultural Settings (Ed. Catherine Crowther and Jan Weiner). Spring Books. 2015.

D.2. Papers Published in Congress Proceedings:

D.2.1 Abramovitch H. (1999). ‘Analytical Psychology in Various Cultural  Settings.’  In Destruction and Creation: Personal and Cultural Transformations. Proceedings of the 14th International Congress for Analytical Psychology. (ed. M. Mattoon). Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag. pp. 303-321.

D.2.2 Abramovitch, H. (1994). ‘Relations between Fathers and Sons in Biblical Narrative.’ In Proceedings of the 11th World Congress of Jewish Studies.Division A. Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies. pp. 31-6.

D.2.3 Abramovitch H. (1993). ‘Disguise as a Transition to Homecoming.’ In The Transcendent Function: Individual & Collective Aspects. Proceedings of the 12th International Congress for Analytical Psychology. (ed. Mary Ann Mattoon).

Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag. pp. 250-7.

D.2.4 H. Abramovitch & E. Schwartz (1991). ‘A Typology of Dying: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on the Definition of Death’ Proceedings of the 4th International Congress on Ethics in Medicine. Jerusalem. p. A32.

D.2.5 H. Abramovitch (1986). ‘The Clash of Values in the Jerusalem Funeral: a Particiapnt-Observer Study of a Hevra Kadisha.’ In Proceedings of the 9th World Congress of Jewish Studies. Division D. Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies. pp. 113-9.

D.2.6 Jeff Halper & Henry Abramovitch (1982). ‘The Saharanei as a Mediator of Kurdish-Jewish Identity’ In Proceedings of the 8th World Congress of Jewish Studies. Division D. Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies. pp. 77-84.

D.2.7 H. Abramovitch (1975). ‘Report on the Living and the Dead’

Applied Cross-Cultural Psychology: Selected Papers from 2nd International Conference of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. (Eds. J.W. Berry & W.J. Lonner) Amsterdam: Swets & Zeitlinger. pp. 321-6

D.2.8 Henry Abramovitch (2003) ‘Analysis in the Shadow of Terror’ Terrorism and Boundaries: Anthropological Perspectives. Proceedings of the Israel Anthropological Association, Neve Ilan, Israel. pp. 2-4

D 2.9  Henry Abramovitch (2005) ‘Analysis in the Shadow of Terror: Clinical Aspects’ Edges of Experience: Proceedings of the 14th International Congress of Analytical Psychology. (Ed. Lyn Cowan). Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag.

D.2.10  Henry Abramovitch (2012), ‘Illness in the Analyst’ Facing Multiplicity: Proceedings of 16th International Congress of Analytical Psychology. (Ed.Pramila Bennett). Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag.

D. 2.11  Henry Abramovitch (2014), ‘Finding Brothers and Sisters in Myth, Analysis and Active Imagination’ Proceedings of 17th International Congress of Analytical Psychology. (Ed. Pramila Bennett). Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag.

E. Items in Encyclopedias:

E.1 H. Abramovitch. (2001). ‘Anthropology of Death’

International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. N. J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes  (Editors) Pergamon, Oxford. pp. 3270-3.

E.2 H. Abramovitch. (2001). ‘Sociology of Death and Dying.’

International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. N. J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes  (Editors) Pergamon, Oxford. pp. 3267-70.

E.3 H. Abramovitch. (2006). ‘Erich Neumann’

The Edinburgh International Encyclopedia of Psychoanalysis. Edinburgh University Press. (Ed. RM Skelton)

E. 4 H. Abramovitch. (2014). ‘Anthropology of Death’

International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. N. J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes  (Editors) Pergamon, Oxford. 2nd  online edition.

G. Ethnographic Documentation:

H. Abramovitch Field Recordings, Rituals & Songs. Ile Ste-Marie de Madagascar. On Deposit: World Music Archive, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, USA

H. Recent Book Reviews:

Review of Travel Medicine: Tales Behind the Science.

(Eds. Annelies Wilder-Smith, Eli Schwartz and Marc Shaw)

Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2007. in Journal of Travel Medicine

15 (3), 2008, pp.253-4.

Review of Barbara Helen Miller, Connecting and Correcting: A Case Study of Sami Healers in Porsanger. Leiden: CNWS Publications. 2007. in Transcultural Psychiatry 2008.

Review of Ranjit Chatterjee,. Wittgenstein and Judaism: A Triumph of Concealment. Studies in Judaism Vol. 1 New York: Peter Lang. 2005. in Journal of Religion 2008.

Review of David Shulman, Dark Hope: Working for Peace in Israel and Palestine. Chicago: University of Chicago Press 2007. in Transcultural Psychiatry 2009.

Review of Robert Langs, Beyond Yahweh and Jesus: Bringing Death’s Wisdom to Faith, Spirituality, and Psychoanalysis. Lantham: Jason Aronson, 2008. inJournal of Analytical Psychology 2009.

Review of Jay Sherry, Carl Gustav Jung: Avant-Guard Conservative. Palgrave Studies in Cultural and Intellectual History. Palgrave MacMillan 2010. In Jung Journal: Psyche & Symbol. Special Edition on Jung and Judaism. 2012.

 

Henry Abramovitch

List of Publications:

1. Abramovitch, Henry.

The First Father. Abraham: Psychology and Culture of a Spiritual Revolutionary.

  1. University Press of America. 1994.
  2. 2nd Edition and with new Preface. Libertary Press, 2010

2. A. Apter, S. Abu-Shah, I. Iancu, H. Abramovitch, A. Weitzman & S. Tyano.

 ‘Cultural Effects on Eating Attitudes in Israeli Subpopulations and Hospitalized Anorectics.’

Genetic, Social & General Psychology Monographs 120 (1): 85-99, 1994.

3. Abramovitch, Henry.

Rabbinic and Pilgrimage Dreams and the Living Symbol of the Tzadik.

The Guild of Pastoral Psychology. Guild Paper No. 309. London, UK. 2012

4. Abramovitch, Henry

a) Brothers and Sisters: Myth and Reality.

Fay Lecture Series in Analytical Psychology

Texas A & M University Press 2014.

b) Brothers and Sisters: Myth and Reality. (Russian Edition)

Klass Publications. 2015, in press.

c) Brothers and sisters: Myth and Reality (Hebrew Edition)

 Resling Publications, in press.

5. Abramovitch Henry

The Performance of Analysis: Clinical and Jewish Explorations (Russian)

in press.

B. Original Articles:

B.1 Abramovitch, H. 

‘Tromba: A Spirit Possession cult in ile Sainte-Marie de Madagascar’

Taloha Winter 1975.

B.2 Yoram B. & Abramovitch, H.

‘In Search of the Saddiq : Visitational Dreams among Moroccan Jews in Israel’

Psychiatry 48: 83-92, 1985.

B.3 Abramovitch, H. & Bilu, Y.

‘Visitational Dreams and Naming Practices among Moroccan Jews in Israel’

Jewish Journal of Sociology 28(1): 13-21, 1985.

B.4 Baider, L. & Abramovitch, H.

‘The “Dybbuk”: Cultural Context of a Cancer Patient.’

Hospice Journal 1:113-9, 1985.

B.5 Abramovitch, H.

‘There are no Words: Two Greek-Jewish Survivors of Auschwitz’

Psychoanalytic Psychology, 3(3): 201-216, 1986.

B.6 Abramovitch, H.

‘An Analysis of an Israeli Near Death Experience: A Case of Cultural Dissonance.’

Journal of Near Death Studies 6(3): 175-94, 1988.

B.7 Abramovitch, H. & Epstein, S.

 ‘Driving Amulets in Jerusalem’

The Mankind Quarterly 29 (1&2):161-4, 1988.

B.8 Abramovitch I.B. & Abramovitch H.

 ‘Enuresis in Cross-Cultural Perspective: A Comparison of Training for Elimination Control in Three Israeli Ethnic Groups.’

Journal of Social Psychology, 129 (1): 47-56, 1989.

B.9 Sered, S. & Abramovitch, H.

‘Pregnant Dreaming: A Proposed New Genre and Search for  a Typology”’

Social Science & Medicine 34(12): 1404-11, 1992.

B.10 Abramovitch, H. 

‘The Selection and Training of Candidates: An International Survey’

Newsletter of the International Association of Analytical Psychology 13:13-17, 1993.

B.11 Abramovitch H. & Lange T. (1994).

‘Dreaming about my patient: a case illustration of therapist’s initial dream’

a. Dreaming: Journal of the Association for the Study of Dreams 4: 105-113, 1994.

b. Journal of the Israeli Association for Analytical Psychology 1 (1): 21-32, 1994. (Hebrew).

B.12 Abramovitch, H.

‘The Nightmare of Returning Home: Acute Onset Dream Anxiety Disorder treated by Lucid Dreaming’

Israel Journal of Psychiatry 32:140-5, 1996.

B.13 Abramovitch, H. & Schwartz, E..

‘The Three Stages of Medical Dialogue’

Theoretical Medicine 17:175-87, 1996.

B.14 Schreier, A. & Abramovitch, H.

‘American Medical Students in Israel: Stress and Coping’.

Medical Education 30:445-52, 1996.

B.15 Abramovitch, H.

‘Temenos Lost: Reflections on Moving’

a. Journal of Analytical Psychology 42, 569-584, 1997.

b. Russian Journal of Analytical Psychology (Russian), 3: 84-104, 2010

c. Journal of the Israeli Association for Analytical (Hebrew) v.2 (1).

B.16 H. Abramovitch & I. Kariv (1997).

‘Architecture in a Divided City: The Jerusalem City Hall as a Symbolic Center.’

Cited in World Architecture 55:52-7, 1997.

B.17 Weiss, G. Abramovitch, H. Winters, S.L., Curwin, J.H. Neglio, D. & Raquet, S.

 ‘Living with an Implanted Cardioverter Defibrilitator: Assessment of Psychosocial Factors Affecting Coping.’

On Line Journal of Cardiology March 21, 1999.

http: //www.mmip.mcgill.ca/heart/manu990316rl.html

B.18 H. Abramovitch, A. Schreier & N. Koren

‘American Medical Students in Israeli: Stress & Coping  - A follow up Study.’Medical Education 34:890-6, 2000.

B.19 JM Borkan, MA Weingarten, E Schlank, J Fadlon, S Kornitzer, N Notzer, R Aviram, H Abramovitch, S Lehmann, N Smidt-Afek, M Fainaru.

‘A Model for Educating Humanistic Physicians in the 21st Century: The New Medicine, Patient, and Society Course at Tel Aviv University.’

Education for Health 13(3): 346-55,2000.

B.20 Abramovitch, Henry

 ‘Analytical Psychology in Different Cultural Contexts’

Journal of the New Israeli Jungian Society v.3,  2000. (Hebrew)

B.21 Abramovitch, Henry

‘Analyst as Anthropologist’

Mantis 13: 38-41, 2001.

B.22 Abramovitch, Henry

‘Temenos Regained: Reflections on the Absence of the Analyst’

Journal of Analytical Psychology 47: 583-97, 2002.

B.23 Henry Abramovitch, L Shenkman, E Schlank, S Shoham & J Borkan

‘A Tale of Two Exposures: A Comparison of Approaches to Early Clinical Exposure’

Education for Health: Change in Learning and Practice. 15(3): 386-90, 2002.

B.24 Henry Abramovitch

“Living and Working in Israel in Terrible Times”

a. National Association for the Advancement of

Psychoanalysis News v. 25, Fall 2002.

b. International Association of Analytical Psychology

Website: http://www.iaap.org

 

B.25 Henry Abramovitch.

 “Analysis in the Shadow of Terror”

a. San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal, 21(3): 23-6,2002.

b. International Association of Analytical Psychology Newsletter v. 23, 2003.

c. Oxford Psychotherapy Society Bulletin 40:15-6, 2004.

B.26 H. Abramovitch & L. Kirmayer (2003)

‘The Relevance of Jungian Psychology for Cultural Psychiatry’

Transcultural Psychiatry v.40 (2):155-63, 2003.

B.27 Joel Rosen, Erica Spatz, Henry Abramovitch, Baruch Weinrib, Neil S. Wenger, and Carmi Z. Margolis.

“A New Approach To Teaching Cross Cultural Skills To Medical Students”

Medical Teacher 26(2):126-32, 2004.

B.28 Henry Abramovitch.

‘Rabban Gamliel & Rabbi Yehoshua in the Analytic Training Institute: A Talmudic Text (Berachot 27b-28a) and the Group Life of Analysts’.

Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice. 6(2): 21-40, 2004.

B.29 Henry Abramovitch.

‘Styles of Leadership: Two More Talmudic Stories.’

Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice. 6 (2): 45-6, 2004.

B.30 Netta Notzer  Henry Abramovitch, Roni Dado-Harari & Abraham Rudnick.

‘Medical Students’ Ethical, Legal and Cross-Cultural Experiences during their Clinical Studies.’

Israel Medical Association Journal 7:58-61, 2005.

B.31 Henry Abramovitch

‘Die Anregung ethischen Bewusstseins: Ein talmudischer Ansatz’

Analytische Psychologie 36; 140 (2) 123-6, 2005.

B.32 Henry Abramovitch

‘Stimulating Ethical Awareness during Training’

Journal of Analytical Psychology, 52: 449-461, 2007.

B.33 Henry Abramovitch

‘Analysis in the Shadow of Terror: Securing the Temenos, Treating the “Enemy” and Surviving Creatively’

San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal 25: 1-8, 2006.

B. 34 Henry Abramovitch

‘The Origins and History of a Creative Man: Celebrating 100 Years of the Birth of Erich Neumann.”’

Harvest: International Journal for Jungian Studies  52(2): 9-17. 2006

B. 35 Henry Abramovitch

‘Erich Neumann, Theorist and Analyst: A Brief Introduction.’

Harvest: International Journal for Jungian Studies  52 (2): 19-25. 2006.

B. 36 Henry Abramovitch

‘Erich Neumann and the Search for a New Ethic’

Harvest: International Journal for Jungian Studies 52 (2): 130-147. 2006.

B. 38 Henry Abramovitch

‘Erich Neumann as My Supervisor: An Interview with Dvora Kutzinski’’

Harvest: International Journal for Jungian Studies  52 (2): 162-181. 2006.

B. 39 Henry Abramovitch & Marion Badrian

‘Neve Ze’elim Children’s Home: A Unique Long-term Treatment Centre Inspired by the Teaching of Erich Neumann.’

Harvest: International Journal for Jungian Studies  52 (2): 182-199. 2006.

B. 40  Henry Abramovitch and Raymond Prince

 ‘The Jewish Heritage of Ludwig Wittgenstein: Its Influence on his Life and Work.’

Transcultural Psychiatry  43: 533-553, 2006.

B. 41  Henry Abramovitch

‘Analyser a L’ombre de la Terreur: Aspects Cliniques.

Cahier Jungians de Psychoanalyse no. 119-120: 113-120. 2006.

B. 42  Henry Abramovitch and Ella Abramovitch

‘The (Non) Representation of Trauma’

Jung Journal: Psyche and Culture  1(4): 32-42. 2007.

B. 43  Henry Abramovitch

‘Below, the Therapy King’

Jung Journal: Psyche and Culture  3(1): 57-67. 2009.

B. 44 Michael A Weingarten, Nurit Guttman, Henry Abramovitch, Ruth Stashevsky Margalit, Debra Roter, Amitai Ziv, John Yaphe, Jeffrey M. Borkan

‘An Anatomy of Conflicts in Primary Care Encounters: A Multi-method study.’

Family Practice, November 30, 2009.

B.  45.   Ilan Kariv and Henry Abramovitch

‘Where Has the Arch Gone: Annals of the Hurva Synagogue.’

Architecture of Israel Quarterly 83: 82-93. November, 2010.

B. 46.  Cadja Bachmann Henry Abramovitch, Carmen Gabriela Barbu, Afonso Miguel Cavaco, Rosario Dago Elorza, Rainer Haak, Elizabete Loureiro, Anna Ratajska, Jonathan Silverman, Sandra Winterburn, Marcy Rosenbaum              A European consensus on learning objectives for a core communication curriculum in health care professions. Patient Education and Counseling  93(1):18-26. 2013.

B. 47. Henry Abramovitch

“ Making war a part of medical education”

Invited Editorial, Israel Medical Association Journal (IMAJ) 15(3):174-5. 2013.

B. 48 Henry Abramovitch

‘Rabbinic Conceptions of Healing’

Jungian Analysis Journal2(13):41-50. 2013. (Russian).

B. 49. Henry Abramovitch

‘Approches Juives Du Reve.’

Revue de Psychologie Analytique  1: 105-123, 2014.

Review Articles:

B. 50. Palgi, Phyllis and Abramovitch, Henry

 ‘Death: A Cross-Cultural Perspective.’

Annual Review of Anthropology 13: 385-417, 1984.

B.51 Abramovitch, Henry.

‘Eros Out of Thanatos: Suicide, Cancer & Mourning.’

San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal 7(1): 41-56, 1987.

B. 52 Abramovitch, Henry.

‘Psychoanalysis Observed.’

San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal  9(4): 23-38, 1990.

B.53 Abramovitch, Henry

 ‘Pygmy Giants.’

San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal 13(3): 43-7, 1994.

B.54 Abramovitch, Henry

 ‘Anthropology of Disability.’

Israeli Sociology: A Journal for the Study of Israeli Society 1(1): 209-10. 1998.

B.55 Abramovitch, Henry

‘The Neglect of Siblings in Depth Psychology.’

San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal 23(2): 17-30, 2005.

B.56 Abramovitch, Henry

‘The Cultural Complex:  Linking Psyche and Society.

Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche  Winter, 2006, 26:47-50.

 

C. Chapters in Books

C.1 Halper, J. & Abramovitch, H.

‘ “Saharanei” as a Mediator of Kurdish-Jewish Ethnicity.’

The Anthropology of Edot HaMizrach (Eds. Deshen, S. & Shokeid, M.) Tel Aviv: Schocken. 1984. (Hebrew).

C.2 Baider, L. & Abramovitch, H.

 ‘The “Dybbuk”: Cultural Context of a Cancer Patient.’

The Sociology of Health and Health Care in Israel. (Ed. A. Antonovsky) New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction Publishers., 1985.

C.3 Abramovitch, Henry.

 ‘Death’

a. Contemporary Jewish Religious Thought: Original Essays on Critical Concepts, Movements and Beliefs. (Eds. A.A. Cohen & P. Mendes-Flohr). New York: Scribners. pp. 131-5., 1987.

b. Lexicon of Contemporary Jewish Culture (Ed. A. Schapira) Tel Aviv: Am Oved. 1993. (Hebrew).

C.4 Abramovitch, H.

‘The Jerusalem Funeral As a Microcosm of the “Mismeeting” between Religious and Secular Israelis.’

Tradition, Innovation, Conflict: Judiasm and Jewishness in Contemporary Israel. (Eds. Z. Sobol & B. Beit-Hallachmi). Albany, New York: SUNY. 1991.

C.5 Abramovitch, H.

 ‘The Healing Dialogue’

 Martin Buber in Perspective (Eds. K. Yaron & P. Mendes-Flohr) Jerusalem: Magnes Press. pp. 133-6., 1992.

C.6 Abramovitch, H.

 ‘The Jerusalem Funeral: An Anthropological Perspective.’ 

a. Loss and Bereavement in Jewish Society in Israel. (Eds R. Malkinson, S.S. Rubin & E. Witztum). Jerusalem: Kaneh.

pp. 181-96., 1993. (Hebrew)

b. Israel: A Local Anthropology. Studies in the Anthropology of Israel. (Eds. O. Abuav, E. Hertzog, H. Goldberg & E. Marx) Tel Aviv: Cherikover.  pp. 553-570., 1998. (Hebrew).

c. Studies in the Anthropology of Israel. (Eds. O. Abuav, E. Hertzog, H. Goldberg & E. Marx) Detroit: Wayne State University Press. 2010.

C.7  Abramovitch, H.

 ‘Ethics: A Jewish perspective’

Cast the First Stone: The Ethics of Analytical Therapy (eds. L. Ross & M. Roy) Boston: Shambhala. pp. 31-6., 1995.

C.8 Abramovitch, Henry.

 ‘Images of the “Father” in psychology and religion’

 The Role of the Father in Child Development 3rd edition. (ed. Michael Lamb). New York: John Wiley & Sons. Ch. 2, pp. 19-32. 1997.

C.9 Abramovitch, H. & Bilu, Y.

‘Visitational Dreams and Naming Practices among Moroccan Jews in Israel’

a. These are the Names. (Eds. Demsky, A., Reif, J.A. & Tabory, J.)

Ramat Gan: Bar Ilan University Press. 1997.  (Hebrew).

b. Pleasant are Your Names - Jewish Names in the Sephardi Diaspora.

(Ed. Aaron Demsky) University of Maryland Press. 2009.

C.10. Abramovitch, Henry.

 “Good Death” and “Bad Death”: Therapeutic Implications of Cultural Conceptions of Death and Bereavement.

 Traumatic and Nontraumatic Loss and Bereavement (Eds. R. Malkinson, S. S. Rubin & E. Witztum). Madison, CT.: Psychosocial Press. Chapter 10.  255-72. 2000.

C.11 Abramovitch, Henry.

“Brothers & Sisters in Conflict in the Book of Genesis”

Stories of Our Beginnings: Conversations about Human Relations, a Dialogue with the Book of Genesis. (Ed. Tanya Zion).

Tel Aviv: Yediyot Acharonot. pp.34-8. 2002. (Hebrew).

C.12 Abramovitch, Henry.

‘Where are the Dead?

Bad Death, the Missing, and the Inability to Mourn’

Death, Bereavement and Mourning. (Ed. Samuel Heilman). New Brunswick, N.J. & London: Transaction Publishers.  Chapter 5. pp. 53-68. 2005.

C.13 Abramovitch, Henry.

“My Father’s Illness: A Case Study of Ageism”

Illness in the Academy:  A Collection of Pathographies by Academics

(Ed. Kimberly Myers) Purdue University Press.  pp.179-188. 2007.

C.14 Abramovitch, Henry.

“Wittgenstein as a Jew”

Ludwig Wittgenstein: Contextualizations of a Genius (German)

(Eds. Jan Drehmel and Katherina Jaspers) Berin: Schwules Museum. 2011.

C. 15 Abramovitch, Henry.

“More Dry Bones: The Significance of Changes in Mortuary Ritual in Contemporary Israel

Towards an Anthropology of Nation-Building and Unbuilding in Israel(Eds. Fran Markowitz, Moshe Shokeid & Steven Sharot). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.  2014, pp. 253-269.

C. 16 Abramovitch, Henry.

“Into the Marginal Zone”

Marked By Fire: Personal Stories of the Jungian Way (Eds. Patricia Damery & Naomi Lowinsky). Carmel, CA: Fisher King Press. 2012, pp. 94-109.

C. 17 Abramovitch, Henry.

“The Dream always follows the Mouth”: Jewish approaches to dreaming”

The Dream and its Amplification   (Eds. Erel Shalit & Nancy Swift Furlotti)             Carmel, CA: Fisher King Press. 2013,  pp. 151-165.

C. 18 Abramovitch, Henry,

“The Influence of Martin Buber’s Philosophy of Dialogue on Psychotherapy:

His Lasting Contribution.”

Dialogue as a Trans-Disciplinary Concept (Ed. Paul Mendes-Flohr). In press.

C. 19 Schwartz, E. Keystone, J. & Abramovitch H.

“Delusional Parasitosis”

Tropical diseases in Travellers (Ed. Eli Schwartz). Wiley-Blackwell. 2009,  pp. 352-357.

C. 20  Abramovitch, Henry,

‘Pioneers or Colonisers?’  

Between Innovation and Tradition: Jungian Analysts working in Different Cultural Settings (Ed. Catherine Crowther and Jan Weiner). Spring Books. 2015.

D.2. Papers Published in Congress Proceedings:

D.2.1 Abramovitch H. (1999). ‘Analytical Psychology in Various Cultural  Settings.’  In Destruction and Creation: Personal and Cultural Transformations. Proceedings of the 14th International Congress for Analytical Psychology. (ed. M. Mattoon). Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag. pp. 303-321.

D.2.2 Abramovitch, H. (1994). ‘Relations between Fathers and Sons in Biblical Narrative.’ In Proceedings of the 11th World Congress of Jewish Studies.Division A. Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies. pp. 31-6.

D.2.3 Abramovitch H. (1993). ‘Disguise as a Transition to Homecoming.’ In The Transcendent Function: Individual & Collective Aspects. Proceedings of the 12th International Congress for Analytical Psychology. (ed. Mary Ann Mattoon).

Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag. pp. 250-7.

D.2.4 H. Abramovitch & E. Schwartz (1991). ‘A Typology of Dying: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on the Definition of Death’ Proceedings of the 4th International Congress on Ethics in Medicine. Jerusalem. p. A32.

D.2.5 H. Abramovitch (1986). ‘The Clash of Values in the Jerusalem Funeral: a Particiapnt-Observer Study of a Hevra Kadisha.’ In Proceedings of the 9th World Congress of Jewish Studies. Division D. Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies. pp. 113-9.

D.2.6 Jeff Halper & Henry Abramovitch (1982). ‘The Saharanei as a Mediator of Kurdish-Jewish Identity’ In Proceedings of the 8th World Congress of Jewish Studies. Division D. Jerusalem: World Union of Jewish Studies. pp. 77-84.

D.2.7 H. Abramovitch (1975). ‘Report on the Living and the Dead’

Applied Cross-Cultural Psychology: Selected Papers from 2nd International Conference of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. (Eds. J.W. Berry & W.J. Lonner) Amsterdam: Swets & Zeitlinger. pp. 321-6

D.2.8 Henry Abramovitch (2003) ‘Analysis in the Shadow of Terror’ Terrorism and Boundaries: Anthropological Perspectives. Proceedings of the Israel Anthropological Association, Neve Ilan, Israel. pp. 2-4

D 2.9  Henry Abramovitch (2005) ‘Analysis in the Shadow of Terror: Clinical Aspects’ Edges of Experience: Proceedings of the 14th International Congress of Analytical Psychology. (Ed. Lyn Cowan). Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag.

D.2.10  Henry Abramovitch (2012), ‘Illness in the Analyst’ Facing Multiplicity: Proceedings of 16th International Congress of Analytical Psychology. (Ed.Pramila Bennett). Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag.

D. 2.11  Henry Abramovitch (2014), ‘Finding Brothers and Sisters in Myth, Analysis and Active Imagination’ Proceedings of 17th International Congress of Analytical Psychology. (Ed. Pramila Bennett). Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag.

E. Items in Encyclopedias:

E.1 H. Abramovitch. (2001). ‘Anthropology of Death’

International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. N. J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes  (Editors) Pergamon, Oxford. pp. 3270-3.

E.2 H. Abramovitch. (2001). ‘Sociology of Death and Dying.’

International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. N. J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes  (Editors) Pergamon, Oxford. pp. 3267-70.

E.3 H. Abramovitch. (2006). ‘Erich Neumann’

The Edinburgh International Encyclopedia of Psychoanalysis. Edinburgh University Press. (Ed. RM Skelton)

E. 4 H. Abramovitch. (2014). ‘Anthropology of Death’

International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. N. J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes  (Editors) Pergamon, Oxford. 2nd  online edition.

G. Ethnographic Documentation:

H. Abramovitch Field Recordings, Rituals & Songs. Ile Ste-Marie de Madagascar. On Deposit: World Music Archive, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, USA

H. Recent Book Reviews:

Review of Travel Medicine: Tales Behind the Science.

(Eds. Annelies Wilder-Smith, Eli Schwartz and Marc Shaw)

Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2007. in Journal of Travel Medicine

15 (3), 2008, pp.253-4.

Review of Barbara Helen Miller, Connecting and Correcting: A Case Study of Sami Healers in Porsanger. Leiden: CNWS Publications. 2007. in Transcultural Psychiatry 2008.

Review of Ranjit Chatterjee,. Wittgenstein and Judaism: A Triumph of Concealment. Studies in Judaism Vol. 1 New York: Peter Lang. 2005. in Journal of Religion 2008.

Review of David Shulman, Dark Hope: Working for Peace in Israel and Palestine. Chicago: University of Chicago Press 2007. in Transcultural Psychiatry 2009.

Review of Robert Langs, Beyond Yahweh and Jesus: Bringing Death’s Wisdom to Faith, Spirituality, and Psychoanalysis. Lantham: Jason Aronson, 2008. inJournal of Analytical Psychology 2009.

Review of Jay Sherry, Carl Gustav Jung: Avant-Guard Conservative. Palgrave Studies in Cultural and Intellectual History. Palgrave MacMillan 2010. In Jung Journal: Psyche & Symbol. Special Edition on Jung and Judaism. 2012.