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Volume 19 (2018)

Issue 1
Introduction to Nonhuman Encounters: Animals, Objects, Affects, and the Place of Practice  1
Katie Gentile, Ph.D. and Ann Pellegrini, Ph.D.
Animated Encounters  3
Carla Freccero
Animals as the Symptom of Psychoanalysis Or, The Potential for Interspecies Co-emergence in Psychoanalysis  7
Katie Gentile, Ph.D.
The Dog Who Barks and the Noise of the Human: Psychoanalysis After the Animal Turn  14
Ann Pellegrini, Ph.D.
Animal Unconscious: Three Questions  20
Nathan Snaza, Ph.D.
Precopulatory Sexual Cannibalism and Other Accidents: Evolution, Material Trans Theory, and Natural Law  28
Donovan Schaefer, Ph.D.
Unknowing  36
Nuar Alsadir, Ph.D.
Re-Placing Objects  41
Francisco J. González, M.D.
Disposable Objects: Ethecology, Waste, and Maternal Afterlives  48
Julietta Singh, Ph.D.
Call Me Text, Just Text*  55
Eleonora Fabião, Ph.D.
Islands of Encounter: A Reflection on the Place of Psychoanalysis  69
Michelle A. Stephens, Ph.D.
The Other-Than-Human and the “User Unconscious”  73
Patricia Ticineto Clough, Ph.D.
A Note on Animal and Political Economy in Quesnay  81
Andrew Billing, Ph.D.
Erratum  85
 
Issue 2
Thinking Through Affect and Psychoanalysis: Introducing Papers from the Conference “Worldings, Tensions, Futures”  87
Katie Gentile, Ph.D. and Lisa Baraitser, Ph.D.
The Ideology of Transference: Laplanche and Affect Theory  89
Gila Ashtor, Ph.D.
Queering the Palimpsest: Affective Entanglement Beyond Dichotomization  106
Christa Binswanger, Ph.D. and Andrea Zimmermann, Ph.D.
Affective Ankylosis and the Body in Fanon and Capécia  120
Christopher Chamberlin
Under Erasure: William Kentridge, Derrida, and Post-Apartheid South Africa  133
Natalie Haziza, M.A.
Shame and Cognitive Strikes: What Would it “Really” Mean for Queer Psychoanalysis to Enter the Perverse?  145
Bogdan Popa, Ph.D.
Transmissions of Aliveness and Deadness in the Hours (2002)  157
Maria Farress, B.A. (Hons)
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