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List of Articles


Volume 48 (1991)

Issue 1 - Psychoanalysis, Culture and Trauma
Issue Editor: Cathy Caruth
Introduction  1
Cathy Caruth
Education and Crisis, or the Vicissitudes of Teaching  13
Shoshana Felman
Truth and Testimony the Process and the Struggle  75
Dori Laub
Integration and Self-Healing in Post-Traumatic States: A Ten Year Retrospective  93
Henry Krystal
Not Outside the Range: One Feminist Perspective on Psychic Trauma  119
Laura S. Brown
Freud: Frontier Concepts, Jewishness, and Interpretation  135
Harold Bloom
Interview with Robert Jay Lifton  153
Cathy Caruth
Issue 2 - Psychoanalysis and Democracy
Issue Editor: Donald Moss
Introductory Note  177
Donald Moss
Formal Democracy and its Discontents  181
Slavoj Žižek
Geopsychoanalysis: “…And the Rest of the World”  199
Jacques Derrida
The “Great Man” from Vienna to Paris in the Thirties  233
François Peraldi
Gender Hierarchy, Equality, and the Possibility of Democracy  247
Drucilla L. Cornell
Psychoanalysis and the Vicissitudes of Enlightenment  265
William Kerrigan
Issue 3 - The Perverse Strategy
Issue Editor: Louise J. Kaplan
Introduction  279
Louise J. Kaplan
On the Genesis of Perversions  283
Hanns Sachs and Translated By Ruth B. Goldberg
Fetishism, Reality, and “The Snow Man”  295
Alan Bass
Perversion: Destruction and Reparation: On the Contributions of Janine Chasseguet-Smirgel and Joyce McDougal  329
Joel Whitebook
“What's love got to do, got to do with it?”: Woman as the Glitch in the Postmodernist Record  351
Jo Anna Issak
Jorge Luis Borges and the Rhetoric of Fetishism  381
James H. Spencer
T. E. Lawrence  395
June Turner
Note on Endogenous Opioids  412
T. E. Lawrence and June Turner
Issue 4 - Psychoanalysis, Culture and Trauma: II
Issue Editor: Cathy Caruth
Introduction  417
Cathy Caruth
The Intrusive Past: The Flexibility of Memory and the Engraving of Trauma  425
B. A. Van Der Kolk and Onno Van Der Hart
Notes on Trauma and Community  455
Kai Erikson
The Obscenity of Understanding: An Evening with Claude Lanzmann  473
Claude Lanzmann
Concerning the Accounts Given By the Residents of Hiroshima  497
Georges Bataille
Traumatic Poetry: Charles Baudelaire and the Shock of Laughter  515
Kevin Newmark
“The AIDS Crisis is Not over”: A Conversation with Gregg Bordowitz, Douglas Crimp, and Laura Pinsky  539
Cathy Caruth and Thomas Keenan
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