BestOnlineCollege.org has collected the best Sigmund Freud resources online. We have compiled a list of his works, libraries, museums and biographical materials, as well as materials in the Brill Library archives.
- The Freud Museum (London) For those looking for photographs for personal use and/or publications, this is the right place.
- Freud Museum (Wien) Another great site which features Freud home movies and the only recording of his voice. For the Freud lover in us all!
- Vienna, Austria: Information about Sigmund Freud.
- Sigmund Freud Overview. (Biographical materials and commentaries)
- From the Freud Archives: The latest information on the Rescheduled Freud Show, direct from the Library of Congress
- The Sigmund Freud Archives and the Cancellation of the LOC Exhibit (memo from Dr. Harold Blum)
- Before the Controversy: The Freud Exhibit at the Library of Congress
- The full spectrum of informed opinion… : Text and list of signatories to July 31, 1995 letter to the Library of Congress [not online]
- The Sigmund Freud Museum
- Freud as Collector
- Freud Pilot Project at theCenter for Electronic Text in the Humanities.
Freud Texts on the Internet
While most of Freud’s work is still under copyright, certain early (and unfortunately, inferior) translations of Freud’s work are in the public domain. Below our links to these texts, courtesy of Psychweb. (Please note: we cannot vouch for the accuracy of these texts, nor for their conformity to copyright laws)
- The Interpretation of Dreams (1900) (3rd edition) (A.A. Brill translation)
- Freud, Sigmund: The History of the Psychoanalytic Movement, trans. by A. A. Brill (HTML at York)
- Freud, Sigmund: Psychopathology of Everyday Life, trans. by A. A. Brill (HTML at York)
A number of excerpts from the writings are also scattered across the numberous websites featuring Freud’s work.
- From “Repression” (1915)
- Manuscript page from the Library of Congress from A Seventeenth Century Demonological Neurosis” (1923)
- The Structure of the Unconscious: from “An Outline of Psycho-Analysis” (1938)
In addition, the diligent browser may happen upon a stray letter of Freud’s, or reference thereto, as with the following finds.
Writings on Freud
The following are links to writings of interest on Freud, including some general biographical and bibliographic information as well as work of more concentrated merit.
We would gratefully welcome any suggestions to enhance this list of Freud’s works on the Internet.