Eva Simms

Publications prior to 2010

Simms, E.M. (2009) Eating one's mother: Female embodiment in a toxic world. Environmental Ethics, vol. 31, Fall 2009, pp. 263-278

Simms, E.M. (2008) The child in the world: Embodiment, time, and language in early childhood. Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

Simms, E.M. (2008) Literacy and the Appearance of Childhood, Janus Head, 10(2), 445-459

Simms, E.M. (2008) Children's lived spaces in the Inner city: geographical and political aspects of the psychology of place. The Humanistic Psychologist, vol. 36, Issue 1, January 2008, pp. 72-89

Simms, E.M. (2005) Goethe, Husserl, and the Crisis of the European Sciences. In Janus Head, Special Issue: Goethe's Delicate Empiricism. Summer 2005, vol. 8.1, pp. 160-172

Simms, E.M. (2005) Growing up in the Hood: sixty years of childhood in an inner city neighborhood. In Forneck, H.J. and Retzlaf, B., eds. Kontingenz - Transformation - Entgrenzung. 'ber Ver-nderungen im p-dagogischen Feld. Rostock: Ingo Koch Verlag. Pp. 75-88

Simms, E.M. (2004) Uncanny Dolls: Images of Death in Rilke and Freud, re-anthologized in Piven, J. The Psychology of Death in Fantasy and History. New York, Greenwood/Praeger.

Simms, E.M. (2003) Play and the Transformation of Feeling - A Clinical Case Study. In Olfman, S. (ed.), Crisis in Early Childhood Education: The Rise of Technologies and Demise of Play. New York, Geenwood/Prager.

Simms E.M. (2001) Milk and flesh: A phenomenological reflection on infancy and coexistence. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology. Vol. 32, Number 1, Spring 2001.

Simms, E.M. (2000) In Destitute Times: Archetype and Existence in Rilke's Duino Elegies. In R. Brooke (ed.) Pathways into the Jungian World. London: Routledge