A fresh, provocative reading of Freud's theory of sexuality.
Aims to let silence disclose itself by cultivating attunements with silences’ happening.
Retraces Hölderlin's journeys to Bordeaux and back in 1801–02, explaining why they are turning points in the great poet's life.
Breaks the spell of economic thought by interrogating the widespread language and logic of “incentives” in public life from a Lacanian perspective.
Explores the slow but inevitable implosion of our civilization by considering the correlation between capital, work, and ideology.
Compares life today in the German Black Forest with Thoreau's experiences at Walden Pond.
Examines experimental art and literature by women alongside psychoanalysis and philosophy to develop a new understanding of sublimation and aesthetic experience.
Examines representations of surplus enjoyment in postcolonial literature and film to focus on self-other relations rather than difference.
A comprehensive discussion of an important but elusive Lacanian concept within the field of psychoanalysis, as well as its relevance for philosophy, literature, gender, and queer studies.
Anthology of recent, cutting-edge work in psychoanalysis and philosophy on the concept of inheritance.
Rethinks the significance of the son’s relationship to his father for Freud’s psychoanalytic theory.
Analyzes the theme of self-sacrifice in Puerto Rican literature through psychoanalytic theory.
Explores the philosophical, literary, and psychoanalytic significance of film endings.
Everything you wanted to know about the Lacanian critique of deconstruction, but were afraid to ask the Coen Brothers.
Brings Lacan and Nietzsche together as part of a common effort to rethink the tradition of Western ethics.
Psychoanalytic perspectives on Kristeva's fiction.
A psychoanalytic theory of biopolitics.
Reframes the terms of cultural analysis with a fresh take on transference theory in Freud and Lacan and a critical engagement with the philosophy of Alain Badiou.
Explores the conceptualization of the Freudian uncanny in various late-twentieth-century theoretical and critical discourses (literary studies, psychoanalysis, cultural studies, art history, trauma studies, architecture, etc.).
Explores why American Romantic writers and contemporary continental thinkers turn to art when writing about ethics.
Offers a constructive new approach to the debate between hermeneutics and deconstruction.
Explores the connections between sexual difference and political structure in ancient Greek tragedy.
Considers the social and political significance of Kristeva’s oeuvre.
A comprehensive examination of Lacan’s seminar on ethics.
Places anxiety at the heart of the aesthetic experience.
Explores the relationship between disciplinarity and contemporary ethics of scholarship about the Holocaust.
Feminist and psychoanalytic analysis of spectatorship.
Clinical and philosophical perspectives on key issues and debates in Lacanian psychoanalysis.
Situates Lacan’s theory of the subject within contemporary philosophical debates over freedom and agency.
Melds philosophical analysis with early cinematic history to develop a fresh theory of the notion of comedy.
Maintains that Lacanian psychoanalysis is the proper continuation of the line of thought from Spinoza to Marx.
Reflections on the enigma and secret of “literature.”