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Corbett, K., Goldner, V. (2001). Editors' Note. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 2:345.

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(2001). Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 2(4):345

Editors' Note

Ken Corbett, Ph.D. and Virginia Goldner, Ph.D.

With this issue, we inaugurate a special section of the journal focused on the presentation and discussion of clinical case material. Psychoanalysis is held in the tension between theory and the clinic, and we want to capture the sense of vitality that emerges in the uncertainty and unknowing of that space between. Our goal is to create a venue for sharing and thinking about clinical work that fosters reflexivity, that raises rather than answers questions, a space where theory and critique may be sparked and where clinical understanding is potentiated. No matter the direction, our intent is to provide a venue for the serendipity of lively, engaged clinical thinking.

We invite anyone interested in writing up a case or case vignette to email us (Vgoldner@aol.com; kencorbett@earthlink.net). If the submission is suitable for this section, we will organize a group of discussants to to respond and also provide the presenter the opportunity to reply.

The clinical symposium that follows is an expanded version of a panel presented at the conference, “Women and Psychoanalysis: Contemporary Re-visions,” sponsored by the Psychoanalytic Institute of the Postgraduate Center for Mental Health, in affiliation with Studies in Gender and Sexuality, Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, and the Psychoanalytic Studies Program of the New School University, on October 20, 2000.

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