Louis Rose and Anton O. Kris, American Imago

In 1912, Sigmund Freud began the journal Imago, as a journal for the application of psychoanalysis to the humanities, arts, and social sciences. Published originally in Austria, the journal was suppressed in 1938, but re-founded in the United States by Freud and Hanns Sachs as American Imago. Now approaching its 69th volume, American Imago is honoring the centenary of Freud's original journal in 2012. Today, current editor Lou Rose and Tony Kris, son of Freud colleague and Imago editor Ernst Kris, join us to talk about this milestone.