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Gentile, K. (2017). Muriel’s Claims on Psychoanalysis (and Me). Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 18(2):123-125.

(2017). Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 18(2):123-125

Muriel’s Claims on Psychoanalysis (and Me)

Katie Gentile, Ph.D.

This essay memorializes Muriel Dimen and her creative and generative claims on the future of psychoanalysis. The essay goes over her early ideas about gender and sexuality as well as her keen feminist analyses of the everyday that continue to fuel my own standards as a feminist psychoanalytic theorist.

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