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Volume 20 (2019)

Issue 1
“If You Knew Who I Really Am …”  1
Deborah Sherman, BC-DMT, LMHC
I Can’t Think: Past Trauma in Present Time  6
Sandra Silverman, LCSW
The Implosion of the Moral Third: Moral Omnipotence in the Era of Horror About Donald Trump  11
Malin Fors, MSc
The Annihilations of “Knowing” Moral Collapse: A Discussion of Papers by Deborah Sherman, Sandy Silverman, and Malin Fors  17
Katie Gentile, Ph.D.
Childfree by Choice  22
Rebecca Harrington, LCSW
Transgender, Hysteria, and the Other Sexual Difference: An Ettingerian Approach  36
Sheila L. Cavanagh, Ph.D.
Beyond Repair: Interpretation, Reparation, and Melanie Klein’s Clinical Play-Technique  51
Carolyn Laubender, Ph.D.
Sex and Sexuality in the Shadow of Death: Reflections on the First Two Seasons of Six Feet Under  68
Hywel Probert, MSc
Issue 2
An Introduction, In Parts  73
Ann Pellegrini, Ph.D.
Notes on Psychoanalysis and Technology, the Psyche and the Social  75
Patricia T. Clough, Ph.D.
Hashtag Mania or Misadventures in the #ultrapsychic  84
Stephen Hartman, Ph.D.
The Mystic Group  101
Fred Moten, Ph.D.
Riding Instincts, Even to Die  106
Daniel G. Butler
In Recognition of Their Desperation: Sonic Relationality and the Work of Deep Listening  119
Julia Steinmetz, Ph.D.
Novel Excerpt: The Incubator  133
Linda Schlossberg, Ph.D.
AFTER SUICIDE  140
Lorna O’Dowd, Ph.D.
Issue 3
Introduction: 2019 Symonds Prize  145
Maura Sheehy, L.C.S.W.
Racialized Bodies and the Violence of the Setting  146
Daniel G. Butler, L.M.F.T.
Necessary Disruptions: A Discussion of Daniel Butler’s “Racialized Bodies and the Violence of the Setting”  159
Francisco J. González, M.D.
A Mingling of Ghosts: A Response to Daniel Butler’s “Racialized Bodies and the Violence of the Setting”  165
Sally Swartz, Ph.D.
Setting (on) Fire: Reply to Discussions  171
Daniel G. Butler, L.M.F.T.
Radical “Boyhood” Futures for the Twenty-First Century, or, Pinocchio (Finally) Gets His Phallus  177
K. Allison Hammer, Ph.D.
A Critique of Queer Phenomenology: Gender and the Sexual  189
Jeta Mulaj
On Get Out and the Problem of Racialized Aliveness  204
Rebecca Barnett, B.A
Issue 4
Introduction  209
Lisa Baraitser, Ph.D.
On Missed Encounters: Psychoanalysis, Queer Theory, and the Psychosocial Dynamics of Exclusion  214
Sasha Roseneil, Ph.D.
Welcome to the Family: A Queer Affection for Psychoanalysis  220
Philip Lance, Ph.D.
Queer Theory, Psychoanalysis, and the Symptom: A Lacanian Reading  226
Sheila L. Cavanagh, Ph.D.
How Queer Can Psychoanalysis Be? Reflections on the Encounter Between Analytic Practice and Queer Theorizing of Sexuality  231
David Richards
Psychoanalytic Practice and Queer Theory: Queering the Clinic  234
Chrysanthi Nigianni and Angie Voela
Sexual Polyphony and the Necessary Failure of Group Analysis  238
Daniel Anderson, MRCPsych, Ph.D.
Psychoanalysis and Queer Theory: Towards an Ethics of Otherness  242
Eve Watson, Ph.D.
The Use of an Object  245
Noreen Giffney, Ph.D.
Sex Instead of Shattering: A Critical Exploration of Bersani and Laplanche  249
Gila Ashtor, Ph.D.
The Locker Room  263
Luc Olivier Charlap, Ph.D.
Yes-Saying, No-Saying, and the Places In-Between: Seduction and the Psychoanalytic Exploration of Sexual Consent  274
Ginna Clark, Psy.D.
Three Strong Grandmothers  285
Pauline Eaton, Ph.D.
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