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List of Articles


Volume 70 (2013)

Issue 1
Freud's Shylock  1
David Hillman
Vestiges, Dream Images, and Immaculate Sexuality  51
Céline Masson
In Search of Lost Time in Psychological Space  69
Fred L. Griffin
Being without Pleasurable Memories: On the Predicament of the Shoah's Child Survivors in Norman Manea's “Proust's Tea” and Kindred Narratives  107
Dana Mihâilescu
Contributors  125
 
Issue 2
2012 Corst Essay Prize in Psychoanalysis and Culture
Angel with a Missing Wing: Loss, Restitution, and the Embodied Self in the Photography of Josef Sudek  127
Adele Tutter
Articles
Cinema and Psychoanalysis: Across the Dispositifs  191
Lucilla Albano
Observe All: On the Staging of Fundamental Fantasy, Jouissance, and Gaze in Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange  225
Wim Matthys
Deaths of Nobodies: Fantasmatic Fascination in Cultural Products and Intellectual Discourses  249
Dorit Szykierski
The Italian Turn: A Certain Tendency in Contemporary Psychoanalytic Aesthetics  271
MAURO RESMINI, Ph.D.
Contributors  299
 
Issue 3
Article
Introduction: When Matter Speaks  301
Louis Rose
Two Modernist Approaches to Linking Art and Science  315
Eric R. Kandel, M.D.
Unlearning and Learning Psychoanalysis  341
Anton O. Kris, M.D.
The Painter's Eye: Paul-Henri Bourguignon's Haitian Photographs  357
Erika Bourguignon
The Gaze of the Blind: Notes on Cézanne and Cubism  385
Sergio Benvenuto
Brecht and the Gorgon's Head  407
Alexander Stillmark
Dust to Dust: The Figure-Ground Problem of Readymade Realism in Film  415
John E. Davidson
Only Stories Matter: The Psychology and Neurobiology of Story  445
Richard Brockman, M.D.
Savage Science: Primitives, War Neurotics, and Freud's Uncanny Method  461
John Zilcosky
Barthes, the Neutral, and Our Neutrality  487
Henry P. Schwartz, M.D.
Mondrian's Search for Geometric Purity: Creativity and Fixation  515
Bennett Simon, M.D.
Contributors  557
 
Issue 4
L'effet c'est toi: Projective Identification from Nietzsche to Klein  563
Jared Russell
“The Skin She Lives In”: The Skin Ego in the Sculpture of Ursula von Rydingsvard  585
Vera J. Camden
“Now We're Out of Time”: Thoughts on Endings in Poetry and Psychoanalysis  607
Alice A. Jones
Isabel Archer's “Delicious Pain”: Charting Lacanian Desire in The Portrait of a Lady  633
Phyllis Van Slyck
Neurotic Being and Erotic Time: Philosophic Reflections on Hans Loewald's Contributions to Psychoanalysis  663
Teresa Fenichel
Film Review Essay
Re-configuring Oedipal Scenes: Loss, Retrieval, and Deathly Visitation in Peter Sasdy's Hands of the Ripper and Tom McLoughlin's The Unsaid  699
Panayiota Chrysochou
Contributors  711
 
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