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(2018). Notes on Contributors. Psychoanal. Rev., 105(3):361-362.
(2018). Psychoanalytic Review, 105(3):361-362
Notes on Contributors
Susan E. Barbour, EdD, is a psychologist and psychoanalyst in private practice in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She is a graduate of the Pittsburgh Psychoanalytic Institute and has a certificate in Object Relations Theory and Practice from the International Psychotherapy Institute in Bethesda, Maryland. Dr. Barbour is faculty at the Pittsburgh and Wisconsin Psychoanalytic Institutes and Assistant Clinical Faculty in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Sheila L. Cavanagh, PhD, is Associate Professor at York University, Toronto, Canada, co-editor of the journal Somatechnics, and outgoing chair of the Canadian Sexuality Studies Association. She edited a special double issue on psychoanalysis for Transgender Studies Quarterly (2017) and co-edited Skin, Culture, and Psychoanalysis (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013). Cavanagh is the author of Queering Bathrooms: Gender, Sexuality, and the Hygienic Imagination (University of Toronto Press, 2010) and Sexing the Teacher: School Sex Scandals and Queer Pedagogies (UBC Press, 2007) and is completing a third book on transgender and psychoanalysis.
Nicolas Evzonas, PhD, received his BA in Classics from the National University of Athens, completed his M. Phil degree in Modern Greek Literature at the University Paris Sorbonne - Paris IV and subsequently his PhD in Literature and Psychoanalysis at the same faculty. He is also trained in clinical psychology (BA) with a specialization in psychoanalytic psychopathology (MD) at the University Paris Diderot - Paris VII.
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