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List of Articles

Volume 52 (1995)

Issue 1
In Memoriam—Donald Kaplan  1
Mark Grunes, Maynard Solomon and William Herman
Reading Freud's Life  9
Madelon Sprengnether
The Affirmation of Primary Repression Rethought: Reflections on the State of the Self in its Unconscious Relational World  55
Anthony Elliott
Reading Lacan, or Harlaquanage: An Essay Review  81
Shuli Barzilai
Trauma, Gender Identity and Sexuality: Discourses of Fragmentation  107
Lynne Layton
Issue 2 - Psychoanalysis and Film
Issue Editor: Ann Kaplan
Erratum  iv
Introduction  127
E. Ann Kaplan
The Uncastrated Man: The Irrationality of Masculinity Portrayed in Cinema  131
Jurgen Reeder
Spike Lee's Malcolm X as Transformational Object  155
Jonathan Scott Lee
Reality, the Real, and the Margaret-Thatcher-Signifier in Two British Films of the 1980s  169
Michael Walsh
Lacan and the Ostrich: Desire and Narration in Bunuel's Le Fantôme de la Liberté  191
Reynold Humphries
Innerspace: A Spectacular Voyage to the Heart of Identity  205
Robert Lang
Issue 3 - Psychoanalysis and Power
Issue Editors: Joel Whitebook and Louise J. Kaplan
Editor's Introduction  237
Joel Whitebook
Introductory Remarks: Conference on “Psychoanalysis and Power” Sponsored by Goethehouse and the New School for Social Research 12/10–11, 1993  239
Norbert Freedman
The Jewish and German Roots of Psychoanalysis and the Impact of the Holocaust  243
Martin S. Bergmann
The Internalization of Nazism and its Effects on German Psychoanalysts and their Patients  261
Volker Friedrich
The Intergenerational Taboo of Nazism: A Response and Elaboration of Volker Friedrich's Paper, “Internalization of Nazism and its Effects on German Psychoanalysts and their Patients”  281
Harold P. Blum
In the Aftermath of Nazi-Germany: Alexander Mitscherlich and Psychoanalysis—Legend and Legacy  291
Karen Brecht
Response to Karen Brecht, “In the Aftermath of Nazi Germany: Alexander Mitscherlich and Psychoanalysis—Legend and Legacy”  313
Anson Rabinbach
The Presence of the Past—Xenophobia and Rightwing Extremism in the Federal Republic of Germany: Psychoanalytic Reflections  329
Werner Bohleber
Nazi Psychoanalysis: Response to Werner Bohleber  345
Laurence A. Rickels
Issue 4
H.D.'s Post-Freudian Cultural Analysis: Nike versus Oedipus  359
Katherine Arens
“Desire pronounced and/Punctuated”: Lacan and the Fate of the Poetic Subject  405
David Kellogg
Recasting Moses: Narrative and Drama in the Dumbshow of Freud's “The Moses of Michelangelo”  439
David Wagenknecht
Guys and Dolls: Exploratory Repetition and Maternal Subjectivity in the Fort/Da Game  463
Jay Eatson
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