|31. ||Chodorow, N.J. (2005). Gender on the Modern-Postmodern and Classical-Relational Divide: Untangling History and Epistemology. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 53(4):1097-1118. |
| ||. . . to have substantial salience. But before we
13 Virginia Goldner is obviously missing from this lineup: she . . .|
|32. ||Clifford, M.D. (2004). Reply to Discussion. Progress in Self Psychology, 20:231-234. |
| ||. . . my reply to this discussion by thanking Virginia Goldner for her thoughtful response to my paper, . . . pleased to find in the discussion that Virginia responded with understanding and compassion for both . . . understanding and compassion for both Davida and me.
Goldner and I certainly agree that it was . . .|
|33. ||Clinton, G. (2011). President's Report. Fort Da, 17(2):5-7. |
| ||. . . gender and sexuality with Muriel Dimon and Virginia Goldner, which attracted large numbers of students and . . .|
|34. ||Corbett, K. (2001). More Life: Centrality and Marginality in Human Development. Psychoanal. Dial., 11(3):313-335. |
| ||. . . Program.
I am indebted to Stephen Mitchell and Virginia Goldner for their thoughtful discussions of an earlier . . .|
|35. ||Corbett, K. (2013). Shifting Sexual Cultures, the Potential Space of Online Relations, and the Promise of Psychoanalytic Listening. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 61(1):25-44. |
| ||. . . Chodorow [1978, 1989, 1994], Muriel Dimen , Virginia Goldner [2003, 2011], Adrienne Harris , Stephen Mitchell . . .|
|36. ||Corbett, K. Dimen, M. Goldner, V. Harris, A. (2014). Talking Sex, Talking Gender—A Roundtable. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 15(4):295-317. |
| ||. . . Gender—A Roundtable
Ken Corbett, Ph.D., Muriel Dimen, Ph.D., Virginia Goldner, Ph.D. and Adrienne Harris, Ph.D. Author Information . . . you can really have it both ways.
Virginia Goldner: In the “theoretical gender” of the academy, . . . in theory and in practice. Living one’s politics.
K.C.: You have always been, in my eyes, . . .|
|37. ||Corbett, K. Goldner, V. (2001). Editors' Note. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 2(4):345. |
| ||. . . and Sexuality, 2(4):345
Ken Corbett, Ph.D. and Virginia Goldner, Ph.D.
With this issue, we inaugurate a special . . .|
|38. ||Corbett, K. Goldner, V. (2002). “Stephen Moved Very, Very Fast” Margaret Black, 2001. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 3(1):1-2. |
| ||. . . Fast” Margaret Black, 2001
Ken Corbett, Ph.D. and Virginia Goldner, Ph.D.
With deep sadness and grateful admiration, we . . .|
|39. ||Crastnopol, M. (2006). The Rub: Sexual Interplay as a Nexus of Lust, Romantic Love, and Emotional Attachment. Psychoanal. Dial., 16(6):687-709. |
| ||. . . of which those by Ruth Stein and Virginia Goldner were especially pointed. Stein (1998), invoking Freud's . . .|
|40. ||Cushman, P. (2015). Relational Psychoanalysis as Political Resistance. Contemp. Psychoanal., 51(3):423-459. |
| ||. . . of other feminists such as Muriel Dimen, Virginia Goldner, and Adrienne Harris have added a great . . .|
|41. ||de Peyer, J. (2002). Reply to Commentaries. Psychoanal. Dial., 12(4):545-549. |
| ||. . . to reemerge from the vortex of sadomasochistic enactment.
Virginia Goldner, in her quite different response, applies the . . .|
|42. ||Dimen, M. (1995). The Third Step: Freud, the Feminists, and Postmodernism. Am. J. Psychoanal., 55(4):303-319. |
| ||. . . divides human possibility between two categories. As Virginia Goldner says (1991), the very language one uses . . .|
|43. ||Dimen, M. (1997). The Engagement Between Psychoanalysis And Feminism. Contemp. Psychoanal., 33:527-548. |
| ||. . . privileging of masculinity has unconscious correlates that, Virginia Goldner (1991) explains, require not only decoding (a . . .|
|44. ||Dimen, M. (2000). The Body as Rorschach. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 1(1):9-39. |
| ||. . . Lewis, Robert Roth, Sue Shapiro, and, especially, Virginia Goldner.
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Consider the body a Rorschach. In . . .|
|45. ||Dimen, M. (2005). Sexuality and Suffering, Or the Eew! Factor. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 6(1):1-18. |
| ||. . . materializes what it aims to describe,” says Virginia Goldner (2003, p. 120), elucidating Foucault's take on . . .|
|46. ||Dimen, M. (2006). Editor's Introduction. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 7(1):1-6. |
| ||. . . of that vision, the Editors before me, Virginia Goldner and Ken Corbett, like my heretofore Co-Executive . . .|
|47. ||Dimen, M. (2014). Introduction to The Giard Portfolio: A Man for All Seasons. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 15(2):85-87. |
| ||. . . of the four panelists—Ken Corbett, Muriel Dimen, Virginia Goldner, and Adrienne Harris, each of whom had . . .|
|48. ||Dimen, M. Ipp, H. Harris, A. Goldner, V. Corbett, K. (2014). Through the Lens of Psychoanalysis: The Photographic Portraiture of Robert Giard—A Panel Discussion. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 15(2):143-153. |
| ||. . . Ph.D., Hazel Ipp, Ph.D., Adrienne Harris, Ph.D., Virginia Goldner, Ph.D. and Ken Corbett, Ph.D. Author Information . . . were Ken Corbett, Ph.D.; Muriel Dimen, Ph.D.; Virginia Goldner, Ph.D.; and Adrienne Harris, Ph.D. The moderator . . . followed by Adrienne Harris, Ken Corbett, and Virginia Goldner.
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Muriel Dimen: This is a very . . . magnificent collection.
H.I.: Thank you, Ken. And finally, Virginia Goldner.
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Virginia Goldner: One of the points that . . .|
|49. ||Ehrensaft, D. (2014). Found in Transition: Our Littlest Transgender People. Contemp. Psychoanal., 50(4):571-592. |
| ||. . . creative credit. In “Gender in Free Fall,” Virginia Goldner (2011) poses the question: “Is gender invariance . . .|
|50. ||Ehrensaft, D. (2014). Listening and Learning from Gender-Nonconforming Children. Psychoanal. St. Child, 68:28-56. |
| ||. . . gender. In “Trans: Gender in Free Fall,” Virginia Goldner poses the question “Is gender invariance necessarily . . .|
|51. ||Eisold, B.K. (1999). Profound Recognition: Where Does it Fit in Analytic Work?. Contemp. Psychoanal., 35(1):107-130. |
| ||. . . generously headed by Drs. Jody Davies and Virginia Goldner and including Drs. Kathy Bacon, Elizabeth Brunoski, . . .|
|52. ||Ellenzweig, A. (2014). Facing Facts: An Analysis of the Early “Nude Self-Portraits” by Robert Giard. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 15(2):88-102. |
| ||. . . pp. 143–153). However, in these “self-portraits,” what Virginia Goldner terms “mutuality and relationality” (this issue, p. . . .|
|53. ||Feld, B. (2004). Prologue. Psychoanal. Inq., 24(3):341-345. |
| ||. . . In their articles, analysts Barbara
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Feld, Virginia Goldner, and David and Jill Scharff focus on . . .|
|54. ||Fischer, R. (2005). GENDER IN PSYCHOANALYTIC SPACE. Edited by Muriel Dimen, Ph.D., and Virginia Goldner, Ph.D. New York: Other Press, 2002. 368 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 74(4):1173-1178. |
| ||. . . SPACE. Edited by Muriel Dimen, Ph.D., and Virginia Goldner, Ph.D. New York: Other Press, 2002. 368 . . . SPACE. Edited by Muriel Dimen, Ph.D., and Virginia Goldner, Ph.D. New York: Other Press, 2002. 368 . . . by Judith Butler, Ken Corbett, Muriel Dimen, Virginia Goldner, and Adrienne Harris.
Here we have Butler's lost . . .|
|55. ||Fitch, J. (2011). Program Committee. Fort Da, 17(2):122-123. |
| ||. . . Event and Lecture featured Muriel Dimen and Virginia Goldner, two highly esteemed theorists and clinicians, known . . .|
|56. ||Fitch, J. (2012). Program Committee. Fort Da, 18(2):119. |
| ||. . . the 5th Annual Psychoanalytic Couple will host Virginia Goldner, who will read two papers about violence . . .|
|57. ||Flax, J. (2004). The Scandal of Desire: Psychoanalysis and Disruptions of Gender: A Meditation on Freud's Three Essays on The Theory of Sexuality. Contemp. Psychoanal., 40(1):47-68. |
| ||. . . within relational approaches, such as Muriel Dimen, Virginia Goldner, Jessica Benjamin, and Adrienne Harris (Dimen & Goldner, . . .|
|58. ||Frawley-O'Dea, M.G. Goldner, V. (2004). Introduction. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 5(1):113-120. |
| ||. . . and Sexuality, 5(1):113-120
Mary Gail Frawley-O'Dea, Ph.D. and Virginia Goldner, Ph.D. Author Information
“The priesthood is a . . . and the Conference of Major Superiors of Men.
Virginia Goldner, Ph.D. is a founding editor of Studies . . .|
|59. ||Gagnon, J.H. (1991). Commentary on “Toward a Critical Relational Theory of Gender”. Psychoanal. Dial., 1(3):273-276. |
| ||. . . since I find so much of what Virginia Goldner has written to be provocative, intelligent, and . . .|
|60. ||Garriga i Setó, C. (2015). The Long Journey to Becoming an Emancipated Woman and a Relational Psychotherapist. Psychoanal. Inq., 35(2):222-233. |
| ||. . . want to mention one paper, that of Virginia Goldner (2003), which was such a gem to . . . me that I translated it into Spanish (Goldner, 2009) and reviewed it (Garriga, 2004b, 2004c).
SGS . . .|