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Miriam Debieux Rosa

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Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Instituto de Psicologia (IP)  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Psychoanalyst, professor of the Postgraduate Program in Clinical Psychology at USP, where she coordinates the Psychoanalysis Laboratory, Society and Politics and the Grupo Veredas: psychoanalysis and immigration. He was Full Professor of the Postgraduate Program of Social Psychology at PUC-SP, where he coordinated the Psychoanalysis and Politics Center, until 2017. She has a CNPq productivity scholarship. He leads the research group CNPq Subject, society and politics in psychoanalysis (USP). Member of the Working Group on Psychoanalysis: Politics and Culture, ANPEPP. He has researched and produced particularly on the socio-political dimension of suffering, the clinic of trauma, the expressions of violence, violation of rights, the modalities of resistance and confrontation of subjects in situations of vulnerability, the construction / transformation of the social bond in contemporaneity, immigration and migration, responsibility and accountability, children and adolescents. She is the author of the book Stories that are not told: psychoanalysis with children and adolescents, re-edited by Editora Casa do Psicólogo, in 2010, co-organizer of the book Debates on Contemporary Adolescence and the Social Tie, edited by Juruá Psicologia Editora, RGS, in 2012 and the book Desejo e Política: desafios e perspectivas no campo da imigração e refúgio, by Editora Max Limonad in 2013. Published the book A clínica psychoanalítica face à sofrimento socio-político (2016), by Ed. Escuta e Fapesp (first place in the Jaboti 2017 award, psychology and psychoanalysis). Website of the Psychoanalysis and Society Laboratory: And the Facebook page: ORCID ID ResearcherID: L-3977-2013 Scopus Author ID: 7202546662 (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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