The Lacanian Review nr 12 AMERICAN LACAN

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The Lacanian Review


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The Lacanian Review No12 explores American encounters with psychoanalysis. Following the 40th anniversary of Jacques Lacan’s death, this volume collects histories of Lacan in the United States: how Lacan arrived, who listened, and what developed from transferences that moved through languages and across continents. Speaking about psychoanalysis in America, Lacan said, “. . .in truth everything can make itself heard in America.” In analysis, hystories unfold in the gaps between what is said, what is heard, and the very act of speaking. TLR No12 offers some vantages of the living history of the Lacanian orientation in North America.








Marie-Hélène Brousse, Lacan, the English Language and the USA…

Cyrus Saint Amand Poliakoff, Return Ticket


New World

Pierre-Gilles Guéguen, American Lacan

Jacques Lacan, Of Structure as the Inmixing of an Otherness Prerequisite to Any Subject Whatever

Jacques Lacan, Yale University: Kanzer Seminar

Jacques Lacan, Yale University: Interview with Students 

Jacques Lacan, Yale University: Lecture on the Body

Jacques Lacan, Columbia University: Lecture on the Symptom

Jacques Lacan, MIT: Lecture on Topology


Jacques-Alain Miller, North America

Jacques-Alain Miller, Lacan Clinicien

Jacques-Alain Miller, Lacan Clinician


Lacan, At the Moment

Angelina Harari, “Can They Possibly Be My Students?”

Alicia Arenas, The Unconscious, Where Did It Go?

Janet Rachel, English Exodus: Leaving England With Lacan

Thomas Svolos, Meeting the Subjectivity of Our Time

Maria Cristina Aguirre, When the Dust, the Sparks, the Smoke . . .

Isolda Alvarez, A Lacanian Glitch

Robert Buck, Constellation

Alexandre Stevens, With Lacan

Jorge Assef, Pushing the Impossible

Christiane Alberti, Lacan Redivivus: Preface


U.S. Hystories

Josefina Ayerza & Gérard Wajcman, Is Contemporary Art Lacanian?

Ellie Ragland, (Re)-turning to Lacan



Robert Buck, Enjoy!

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