CAROLA KAPLAN, PH.D., PSY.D
15720 Ventura Blvd., Ste. 206
Encino, California 91436
818 453 1426
Psy.D. Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles, California. Ph. D, M.A. Cornell University English and American Literature B.A. Brooklyn College, CUNY Magna cum laude, with honors in English
Professor of English Emerita, California State University, Pomona Research Psychoanalyst (License Number RP 234) in private practice, Encino, California
Conrad in the Twenty-First Century: New Approaches and Perspectives (with Peter Mallios and Andrea White). New York and London: Routledge, 2005.
Seeing Double: Revisioning Edwardian and Modernist Literature (with Anne B. Simpson). New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 1996.
1.“Exorcising Specters, Exercising Possibilities: Working Through Grief in the Drafts of Christopher Isherwood’s A Single Man.” Our Kind: Christopher Isherwood in the Twenty-First Century. Ed. James J. Berg and Chris Freeman. U of Minnesota P, Forthcoming 2013.
2.“Sudden Holes in Space and Time”: Dissociation, Enactment, and the Precariousness of Everyday Life.” Psychoanalytic Inquiry. Ed. Frank Faranda. Forthcoming 2012.
3.“The Psychoanalyst’s Apprentice.” International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology. (6:4) 2011.
4.“Conrad—Polak: Z Pewnoscia Nie “Jeden Z Nas.” Conrad A Polska. Ed. Wieslaw Krajka. Lublin: U Marii Curie-Sklodowskie, 2011.
5.“Navigating Trauma in Joseph Conrad’s Victory: A Voyage from Sigmund Freud to Philip M. Bromberg.” Psychoanalytic Dialogues. 20:4 (July-August 2010). Pp. 441-448.
6.“Navigating Trauma: Reply to Commentary.” Psychoanalytic Dialogues. 20:4 (July-August 2010). Pp. 456-458.
7.“Conrad’s Fatherless Sons: Betrayal by Paternity and Failure of Fraternity in Under Western Eyes. The Conradian. Forthcoming 2011.
8.“’A Very Genuine Conrad’: The Singular Vision of The Secret Agent.” One of Us. Ed. Fausto Ciompi: Pisa, Italy: ETS, 2009.
9.“Introduction.” “Conrad in the Twenty-First Century.” Conradiana 39:1 Ed. Carola M. Kaplan and Andrea White, Guest Editors. (Spring 2007): 1-2.
- “Totem, Taboo, and Blutbrudershaft in Women in Love.”. D. H. Lawrence’s Women in Love: A Casebook. Ed David Ellis. Oxford and New York: Oxford UP, 2006, 185-203.
- “Beyond Gender: Deconstructions of Masculinity and Femininity from Conrad’s “Karain” to Under Western Eyes.” Conrad in the Twenty-First Century. Ed. Kaplan and others. New York and London: Routledge, 2005.
- “Introduction.” Conrad in the Twenty-First Century. Ed. Kaplan and others. New York and London: Routledge, 2005.
- “Italy as Alibi and Intimate Other in Conrad’s Criticism of England.” The Ugo Mursia Memorial Lectures. Second Series. Papers from the International Conrad Conference University of Pisa 2004. Ed. Mario Curreli. Pisa, Italy: Edizioni ETS, 2005.
- “Women’s Caring and Men’s Secret Sharing: Constructions of Gender and Sexuality in Heart of Darkness and ‘The Secret Sharer.’” Conrad’s Heart of Darkness and “The Secret Sharer.” Ed. Hunt Hawkins and Brian Shaffer. Approaches to Teaching World Literature Series. New York: Modern Language Association, 2002.
- “”The Wandering Stopped”: An Interview with Christopher Isherwood.” Conversations with Christopher Isherwood. Ed. James J. Berg and Chris Freeman. Jackson: Mississippi UP, 2001.
- “”The Wandering Stopped”: An Interview with Christopher Isherwood.” The Isherwood Century. Ed. James J. Berg and Chris Freeman. Madison: Wisconsin UP, 2000.
- “Colonizers, Cannibals, and the Horror of Good Intentions in Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness.” Studies in Short Fiction. 35 (1998):
- “No Refuge: The Duplicity of Domestic Safety in Conrad’s Fiction.” The Conradian, 22 (Spring/Winter 1997): 138-146.
- “No Refuge: The Duplicity of Domestic Safety in Conrad’s Fiction.” Conradian. (22:1-2). 1997.
- “Conrad the Pole: Definitively Not ‘One of Us.'” Conrad and Poland. Ed. Alex Kurczaba. Joseph Conrad: Eastern and Western Perspectives. 5. Ed. Wieslaw Krajka. New York: Columbia U P, 1996
- “Totem, Taboo, and Blutbruderschaft in D. H. Lawrence’s Women in Love.” Seeing Double: Revisioning Edwardian and Modernist Literature. Ed. Carola M. Kaplan and Anne B. Simpson. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1996.
- “Conquest as Literature, Literature as Conquest: The Artistic Campaign of T. E. Lawrence in Seven Pillars of Wisdom.” Texas Studies in Literature and Language. 37.1 (Spring 1995): 72-97.
- “Joseph Conrad’s Narrative Occupation of/by Russia in Under Western Eyes.” Conradiana 27.2 (1995): 97-114.
- “Absent Father, Passive Son: The Dilemma of Rickie Elliott in E. M. Forster’s The Longest Journey.” E. M. Forster. Ed. Jeremy Tambling. New York: Macmillan New Casebooks Series, 1995. 51-66.
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND HONORS (Selected):
Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Member and Instructor. IARPP. IAPSP, Phi Beta Kappa, Member
Research Psychoanalyst License No. RP 234 California.
President, Joseph Conrad Society of America 1998-2000, Woodrow Wilson Fellow, NEH Fellow.