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List of Articles


Volume 18 (2017)

Issue 1
Danger Talk: Sexual Error, Boundary Crossings, and the Limits of Thought
Danger Talk: Sexual Error and the Limits of Thought: An Introduction  1
Ann Pellegrini, Ph.D.
Rethinking a Case of Paranoia as a Workplace Complaint  4
Jennifer Doyle, Ph.D.
Violating Boundaries  13
Anne C. Dailey, J.D.
Danger Talk: Sexual Error, Boundary Crossings, and the Limits of Thought Panel
Fetishizing Music as Rape Culture  19
Ummni Khan, S.J.D.
Horse F#$@ing and the Limits of Consent: What Broad City Teaches Us About Sexual Violence  31
Joseph J. Fischel, Ph.D.
Danger Talk in Psychoanalysis: Things I Learned From Muriel Dimen  35
Charles Levin, Ph.D.
Symonds Prize 2016
Making and Treating Trans Problems: The Ontological Politics of Clinical Practices  40
J. R. Latham, Ph.D.
Real Gender: Identity, Loss, and the Capacity to Feel Real  62
Hannah Wallerstein, Ph.D.
Original Article
Assemblies of Chairs: The Politics of Spectatorship in Post-Traumatic Times  72
Ethan Philbrick, M.A.
Miscellany
Queer Social Dreaming Matrix  86
kitt price, Ph.D.
Issue 2 - Muriel Dimen Memorial Issue
Editors’ Introduction  89
Katie Gentile, Ph.D., Stephen Hartman, Ph.D. and Eyal Rozmarin, Ph.D.
Reprint Article
Inside the Revolution: Power, Sex, and Technique in Freud’s “‘Wild’ Analysis”  90
Muriel Dimen, Ph.D.†
Disgust, Delight, and In-Between  104
Mark J. Blechner, Ph.D.
On Being Bad and Good: My Brilliant Friend Muriel Dimen  110
Velleda C. Ceccoli, Ph.D.
Words Are Her Legacy: Remembering Muriel Dimen  115
Ken Corbett, Ph.D.
I/I-Thou/It: Muriel Dimen as Clinician  118
William F. Cornell, M.A.
Muriel’s Claims on Psychoanalysis (and Me)  123
Katie Gentile, Ph.D.
Remembering Muriel  126
Virginia Goldner, Ph.D.
Pleasure and Danger: An Appreciation of Muriel Dimen  128
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D.
Muriel Dimen, Field Theorist  132
Stephen Hartman, Ph.D.
Happy Memories of Muriel Dimen and Her Ethos of Meta-Practice  136
Charles Levin, Ph.D.
Reading Some Fragments From the Work of Muriel Dimen, or Contradictions on the Spicy Side  139
Adrian Rifkin
You Must Change Your Life  141
Eyal Rozmarin, Ph.D.
Muriel Dimen: Teacher, Mentor, Psychoanalytic Scholar  143
Avgi Saketopoulou, Psy.D.
Miscellany
The Parting  149
Eleanor Bowen-Jones, M.Sc.
Issue 3
Symonds Prize 2017
Introduction: 2017 Symonds Prize  153
Maura Sheehy, L.C.S.W.
Beyond Sexuality, Beyond Perversion: The Annihilated Last Scream  154
Ofra Eshel, Psy.D.
Articles
The Re-turning of the Screw: The Question of Intent and the Risk of Ideality—A Response to Saketopoulou’s Essay “To Suffer Pleasure”  167
Oren Gozlan, Psy.D., ABPP
Breast Surgery as a Gender Technology: Analyzing Plastic Surgeons’ Discourses  178
Gerard Coll-Planas, Ph.D., Marta Cruells, Ph.D. and Eva Alfama, Ph.D.
The Clitoris: Anatomical and Psychological Issues  190
Mark J. Blechner, Ph.D.
Why Dora Left: Freud and the Master Discourse  201
Judy Gammelgaard, Ph.D.
My Freudian Cocaine Fantasia: Altering Consciousness, Theorizing Desire  212
Steven Botticelli, Ph.D.
Miscellany
Primal Scene  223
Amber Jacobs, Ph.D.
Issue 4
Introduction  227
Katie Gentile, Ph.D.
Francisco Varela, Relational Psychoanalysis, and the Post-Phenomenological  228
Patricia Ticineto Clough, Ph.D.
Varela and Contemporary Psychoanalysis, an Epistemological Gesture: From Representations to Co-emergence  235
Simón Guendelman, M.D.
Holding Mutual Vulnerability in Brilliant Sanity  244
Sebastián Medeiros, M.D.
Reflections Toward an Enactive Psychoanalysis  251
Ricardo Pulido, Ph.D.
Introducing “The Ontology of the Rape Joke”  258
Katie Gentile, Ph.D.
Rape Jokes  260
Vanessa Place, J.D., M.F.A.
The Rape Joke as Ur-Joke  269
Jamieson Webster, Ph.D.
Rape, Jokes, Consent  274
Jeff Dolven, Ph.D.
What Do we Learn About Rape Jokes From Rape Jokes About Rape Jokes?  277
Gayle Salamon, Ph.D.
For (The) Real: You Mean Rate ’em or Rape ’em?  281
Kyoo Lee, Ph.D.
Playing With Shame: The Temporal Work of Rape Jokes for the Cultural Body  287
Katie Gentile, Ph.D.
Rape Jokes: Laugh Till You Cry  294
Virginia Goldner, Ph.D.
Rape Joke  299
Patricia Lockwood
Sex Ed in Higher Ed: Should We Say Yes to “Affirmative Consent?”  302
Stacey Novack, Psy.D.
The “Replacement Child”: On Adoption, Haunting, and the Unlived Life  313
Olive Donoghue, Ph.D.
EOV  318
 
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