Meg Harris Williams

Meg Harris Williams is a writer and lecturer on literature and psychoanalysis and also a visual artist. She has published many articles in psychoanalytic and literary journals on the relation between psychoanalysis, art and literature. Her books include The Apprehension of Beauty (with Donald Meltzer; 1988), The Vale of Soulmaking (2005), The Aesthetic Development (2010), Bion’s Dream (2010), The Becoming Room: Filming Bion’s Memoir of the Future (2016), and The Art of Personality (2017).  She has also edited many books including Teaching Bion: Modes and Approaches, and has produced a film based on Bion’s autobiographical writings. Her forthcoming book is Dream Sequences in Shakespeare (Routledge, 2020). Meg teaches and lectures widely in this country and abroad, including most recently in China. She is a visiting lecturer at the Tavistock Clinic and for AGIP and an Honorary Member of the Psychoanalytic Center of California. She is editor of The Harris Meltzer Trust, Her own website is:


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