Annie Rogers, professor emerita of psychoanalysis and clinical psychology, received her B.A. from Webster College and her Ph.D. from Washington University. She comes to Hampshire after fifteen years of teaching and doing research at Harvard University.
Professor Rogers has conducted studies on a range of topics including girls’ psychological development and trajectories of change in child analysis, as well as studies of language and visual art in psychosis. Co-director of Hampshire’s Psychoanalytic Studies Program, she is analyst member and faculty at the Lacanian School of San Francisco and associate member of the Association for Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy in Ireland. She is also a member of Zea Mays Printmaking.
Professor Rogers is a recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland; a Radcliffe Fellowship at Harvard University; a Whiting Fellowship at Hampshire College; and an Erikson Scholar at Austen Riggs. She is the author of three books: A Shining Affliction (Penguin Viking, 1995) and The Unsayable (Random House, 2006), and Incandescent Alphabets: Psychosis and the Enigma of Language, Karnac, 2016), in addition to numerous scholarly articles, short fiction, and poetry.