This is a letter which I received.
I keep coming back to Freud because I have always been interested in how people make sense of the past. This was Freud's great subject. I don't go to his work for answers, but I still find his answers "good to think with." Some years ago I curated an exhibition at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. (which traveled internationally) that attempted to make sense of Freud within cultural history. You can see much of the material of the exhibition here. In the exhibition there are film clips that show the impact of psychoanalysis on popular culture, and there is a voice recording of Freud made at the end of his life (in English).
This year I actually was interviewed as Sigmund Freud at a program at New York’s The Jewish Museum. I even got to see a cigar box from their collections!
The writer of this letter emphasized the 'as'. I suppose he intended something. But I don't know. Besides, I don't know what it means that 'he was interviewed as Sigmund Freud.' Does it mean that he was interviewed from interviewer as though he was a great psychologist like Freud?
I would be much obliged if you help me.:)