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Jacques Lacan

Psychiatrist, Critic, Philosopher (13-Apr-1901 — 9-Sep-1981)


Bice Benvenuto; Roger Kennedy. The Works of Jacques Lacan: An Introduction. St. Martin's Press. 1986. 237pp.

Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen. Translated by Douglas Brick. Lacan: The Absolute Master. Stanford University Press. 1991. 295pp.

David S. Caudill. Lacan and the Subject of Law: Toward a Psychoanalytic Critical Legal Theory. Humanities Press. 1997. 206pp.

Gilbert D. Chaitin. Rhetoric and Culture in Lacan. Cambridge University Press. 1996. 278pp.

Lorenzo Chiesa. Subjectivity and Otherness: A Philosophical Reading of Lacan. MIT Press. 2007. 235pp.

Catherine Clément. The Lives and Legends of Jacques Lacan. Columbia University Press. 1983. 225pp.

Joan Copjec. Read My Desire: Lacan Against the Historicists. MIT Press. 1994. 272pp.

Joel Dor. Introduction to the Reading of Lacan: The Unconscious Structured Like a Language. J. Aronson. 1997. 268pp.

Bruce Fink. Lacan to the Letter: Reading Ecrits Closely. University of Minnesota Press. 2004. 192pp.

John Forrester. The Seductions of Psychoanalysis: Freud, Lacan and Derrida. Cambridge University Press. 1991. 421pp.

David Ross Fryer. The Intervention of the Other: Ethical Subjectivity in Levinas and Lacan. Other Press. 2004. 254pp.

Jane Gallop. Reading Lacan. Cornell University Press. 1985. 198pp.

Elizabeth Grosz. Jacques Lacan: A Feminist Introduction. Allen & Unwin. 1990. 228pp.

Sean Homer. Jacques Lacan. Routledge. 2005. 155pp.

Jonathan Scott Lee. Jacques Lacan. University of Massachusetts Press. 1991. 245pp.

Anika Lemaire. Translated by David Macey. Jacques Lacan. Routledge. 1979. 266pp.

Alexandre Leupin (editor). Lacan and the Human Sciences. University of Nebraska Press. 1991. 191pp.

Alexandre Leupin. Lacan Today: Psychoanalysis, Science, Religion. Other Press. 2004. 150pp.

Juliet Flower MacCannell. Figuring Lacan: Criticism and the Cultural Unconscious. Routledge. 1986. 182pp.

Marcelle Marini. Translated by Anne Tomiche. Jacques Lacan: The French Context. Rutgers University Press. 1993. 302pp.

Todd McGowan. The End of Dissatisfaction? Jacques Lacan and the Emerging Society of Enjoyment. SUNY Press. 2004. 238pp.

Todd McGowan; Sheila Kunkle (editors). Lacan and Contemporary Film. Other Press. 2004. 246pp.

Dany Nobus. Jacques Lacan and the Freudian Practice of Psychoanalysis. Routledge. 2000. 258pp.

Jean-Michel Rabaté. The Cambridge Companion to Lacan. Cambridge University Press. 2003. 310pp.

Jean-Michel Rabaté (editor). Lacan in America. Other Press. 2000. 420pp.

Jean-Michel Rabaté. Jacques Lacan: Psychoanalysis and the Subject of Literature. Palgrave. 2001. 225pp.

Ellie Ragland-Sullivan; Mark Bracher (editors). Lacan and the Subject of Language. Routledge. 1991. 277pp.

Ellie Ragland-Sullivan. Jacques Lacan and the Philosophy of Psychoanalysis. Routledge. 1986. 358pp.

Elisabeth Roudinesco. Jacques Lacan: An Outline of a Life and History of a System of Thought. Polity Press. 1997. 596pp.

François Roustang. Translated by Greg Sims. The Lacanian Delusion. Oxford University Press. 1990. 138pp.

Moustafa Safouan. Translated by Jacqueline Rose. Jacques Lacan and the Question of Psychoanalytic Training. Macmillan. 2000. 170pp.

Stuart Schneiderman. Jacques Lacan: The Death of an Intellectual Hero. Harvard University Press. 1983. 182pp.

Colette Soler. Translated by John Holland. What Lacan Said about Women: A Psychoanalytic Study. Other Press. 2006. 321pp.

Yannis Stavrakakis. Lacan and the Political. Routledge. 1999. 188pp.

Ben Stoltzfus. Lacan and Literature: Purloined Pretexts. SUNY Press. 1996. 227pp.

Luke Thurston. Re-Inventing the Symptom: Essays on the Final Lacan. Other Press. 2002. 185pp.

Sherry Turkle. Psychoanalytic Politics: Jacques Lacan and Freud's French Revolution. Free Association Books. 1992. 320pp.

Veronique Voruz; Bogdan Wolf (editors). The Later Lacan: An Introduction. SUNY Press. 2007. 275pp.


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  2. Encyclopaedia Britannica Online [link]

  3. Internet Movie Database [link]

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  5. Benet's Readers Encyclopedia, 4th Edition (p.573)

  6. One Hundred Twentieth-Century Philosophers (pp.105-06)

  7. 20th Century Culture: A Biographical Companion (p.417)

  8. International Dictionary of 20th Century Biography (p.394)

  9. Oxford Companion to Women's Writing in the United States (p.722)

  10. The Hutchinson Dictionary of Ideas (p.299)

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