Cultural Studies: Book Series

Studying Lacan's Seminars

Series Editor:

Studying Lacan’s Seminars brings together leading Lacanian scholars and practitioners from across the globe to participate in a contemporary examination of Lacan’s seminars, many of which are newly translated into English. Featuring practical examples from case studies and packed with cultural illustrations from film, literature and beyond, these books will provide vital companions for students and readers of Lacan. The first dedicated series on Lacan’s seminars, each book will cover the fundamental concepts while at the same time applying a contemporary perspective informed by the standards considered important by scholars and practising Lacanian psychoanalysts today.

  • Studying Lacan's Seminars IV and V

    From Lack to Desire, 1st Edition

    Edited by Carol Owens, Nadezhda Almqvist

    This is the first collection of essays to offer a comprehensive analysis of, and reflection on, the major themes emergent in Jacques Lacan’s seminars of 1955-56 and 1956-57: Seminar IV – the object relation, and Seminar V – formations of the unconscious. Assessing the value of a clinical approach…

    Paperback – 2018-12-21
    Routledge
    Studying Lacan's Seminars