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Volume 21 (2020)

Issue 1
“I Will Have Lacked”: Rethinking Sexual Difference and Sexed Subjectivity Through Psychoanalytic Temporal Relationality  1
Chenyang Wang, Ph.D.
Questioning the Phallus: Jacques Lacan and Judith Butler  12
Gavin Rae, Ph.D.
Dangerous Liaisons: The Time Is Out of Joint  27
Veronica Csillag, L.C.S.W.
Fathers Don’t Cry: On Gender, Kinship, and the Death Drive  38
Eyal Rozmarin, Ph.D.
Editor’s Introduction: All About the Mother  48
Stephen Hartman, Ph.D.
The Mother Stands for the Realm That Must Be Exited  49
Orna Guralnik, Ph.D.
Translation  53
Jade McGleughlin, L.I.C.S.W.
The Bad Enough Mother  58
Julie Leavitt, M.D.
In My Mother’s Tongue  62
Stephen Hartman, Ph.D.
A Girl Is a Girl, Is a Girl, Is a Girl  65
Masha Borovikova Armyn, Ph.D.
Home Is Where She Is  69
June Lee Kwon, Ph.D.
Issue 2
Talking Back Introduction to Special Edition: Black, Indigenous, Women of Color Talk Back: Decentering Normative Psychoanalysis  73
Lara Sheehi, Psy.D.
A Black Woman as an American Analyst: Some Observations From One Woman’s Life Over Four Decades  77
Annie Lee Jones, Ph.D.
I Hear You in My Dreams  85
Gayle Skawen:nio Morse, Ph.D.
X’ing Psychoanalysis: Being LatinX in Psychoanalysis  88
Chakira M. Haddock-Lazala, Ph.D.
What Is My Part?  94
Katherine Marshall Woods, Psy.D
Another F***ing Growth Opportunity: Overcoming Islamophobia and the Enduring Impacts  99
Sara Ghalaini, M.S.W., LCSW
Don’t Be Put Off by My Name  104
Almas Merchant, Ph.D.
The Motherland, My Ancestors, and Me: My Experience Navigating Psychoanalytic Spaces  113
Natasha Holmes, Psy.D.
Queer Use of Psychoanalytic Theory as a Path to Decolonization: A Narrative Analysis of Kleinian Object Relations  119
Mamta Banu Dadlani, Ph.D.
Invisible: A Mixt Asian Woman’s Efforts to See and Be Seen in Psychoanalysis  127
Leilani Salvo Crane, Psy.D., M.B.A.
Harnessed the Storm—Rereading Drexciya with The Black Atlantic  136
Mick Harvey, M.Sc.
Issue 3
Introduction: 2020 Symonds Prize  141
Maura Sheehy, L.C.S.W.
Working Clinically With the Skin’s Surface: Tattoos, Scars, and Gendered Embodiment  143
Kathleen Del Mar Miller
Transgender Embodiment as an Appeal to Thought: A Psychoanalytic Critique of “Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria”  155
Lisa Farley, Ph.D. and RM Kennedy, Ph.D.
Transgendering Speech: Discussion of Farley and Kennedy’s “Transgender Embodiment as an Appeal to Thought”  173
Jill Gentile, Ph.D.
Introducing Chaim Shatan  182
Andrea Recarte, Ph.D
Happiness Is a Warm Gun: Militarized Mourning and Ceremonial Vengeance: Toward a Psychological Theory of Combat and Manhood in America  187
Chaim F. Shatan, M.D., C.M.
In My Opinion: Shatan Should Be Celebrated for His Successes. “Happiness Is A Warm Gun” Was Not One of Them  205
Edmund C. Levin, M.D.
Madness and the Social Link  213
Françoise Davoine, Ph.D
Diagnosis and Its Discontents: Chaim Shatan and the Definition of Military Trauma  218
Ghislaine Boulanger, Ph.D.
Erections Exploding in Midair: The Obscenity of War Discussion of Chaim Shatan’s “Happiness Is a Warm Gun”  226
Steven Botticelli, Ph.D.
Creative Performances: Horror and Human Destructiveness in Psychoanalytic Writing  231
Andrea Recarte, Ph.D
Afterword  238
Adrienne Harris, Ph.D.
Pregnancy in the Time of COVID-19: Maternal Self-Focus and Kristevan Herethics  240
Alice Haylett Bryan, Ph.D.
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