Publications and Projects

As scholars and clinicians, our PSYS faculty members are engaged in a wide variety of projects and initiatives.  Selected publications and other items of interest are listed below (with links where available).

 

Max Cavitch

 

David Eng

 

Patricia Gherovici

  • Please Select Your Gender: From the Invention of Hysteria to the Democratizing of Transgenderism
  • “Psychoanalysis needs a sex change”
  • The Puerto Rican Syndrome
  • Director, Philadelphia Lacan Study Group
  • The Puerto Rican Syndrome (Other Press: New York, 2003.)
  • NAAP Gradiva Award and Boyer Prize.
  • Please Select Your Gender: From the Invention of Hysteria to the Democratizing of Transgenderism (Routledge: New York, 2010.)
  • Lacan and Madness: Madness Yes You Can’t (with Manya Steinkoler,Routledge, New York, 2015.)
  • Lacan dans le ghetto: Psychanalyser le “syndrome puerto-ricain” (Editions Le Bord de l’eau, 2016)
  • Lacan, Psychoanalysis and Comedy, (with Manya Steinkoler, Cambridge University Press, New York, 2016)
  • Transgender Psychoanalysis: A Lacanian Perspective on Sexual Difference (Routledge, New York, 2017)
  • “The Unconscious in the Last Activist” 
  • “Psychoanalysis Needs a Sex Change”

 

Heather Love

 

Deborah Luepnitz

  • Schopenhauer’s Porcupines: Intimacy and Its Dilemmas
  • “Accentuate the Negative: Two Contributions to a Non-Normative Oedipal Theory.”
  • ”Where We Start From: Thinking With Winnicott and Lacan About the Care of Homeless Adults”
  • “The Name of the Piggle: Reconsidering Winnicott’s Classic Case in Light of Some Conversations with the Adult ‘Gabrielle'”
  • “Towards a New Middle Group: Lacan and Winnicott for Beginners”

 

Jean-Michel Rabaté

  • The Cambridge Introduction to Literature and Psychoanalysis
  • Crimes of the Future
  • editor, Lacan in America

 

Barbara Shapiro

 

Richard Summers

  • with Jacques Barber, Psychodynamic Therapy: A Guide to Evidence-Based Practice
  • with Jacques Barber, Practicing Psychodynamic Therapy: A Casebook

 

Liliane Weissberg

  • “Ariadne’s Thread”
  • “Patient and Painter: The Careers of Sergius Pankejeff”
  • “Circulating Images: Notes on the Photographic Exchange.” Writing the Image after Roland Barthes, ed. Jean-Michel Rabaté (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1997), 109-131.
  • “Repetitions: Returning to Kierkegaard, Freud, and Tieck,” Under Construction: Links for the Site of Literary Theory. Essays in Honour of Hendrik van Gorp, eds. Dirk De Geest, Ortwin de Graef, Dirk Delabastita, Koenraad Geldof, Rita Ghesquière, and José Lambert, eds. (Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2000), 149-165.
  • “Exit Dora: Freud’s Patient Takes Leave.” Psychoanalytic Inquiry 25, 1 (2005). Special issue, Freud and Dora: 100 Years Later, eds. Susan Levine and Sidney Pulver, 5-26.
  • “Was will der Mann? Gedanken zum Briefwechsel von Sigmund Freud und Wilhelm Fließ.” Männlichkeit als Maskerade. Kulturelle Inszenierungen vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart, eds. Claudia Benthien and Inge Stephan (ser.) Literatur—Kultur—Geschichte (Kleine Reihe) 18 (Cologne: Böhlau, 2003), 81-99.
  • “Freuds Schiller.” Friedrich Schiller and the Path to Modernity, ed. Walter Hinderer (Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2006), 421-434.
  • “Freudian Genealogies” [Introduction to papers by Jay Geller, Paul Reitter, and Laurence Rickels]. Special issue, “Essays on Freud,” ed. Paul Reitter, Germanic Review 83,1 (2008): 5-10.
  • “’Mut und Möglichkeit’: Sigmund Freud liest Theodor Lipps.” In: Integration und Ausgrenzung. Studien zur deutsch-jüdischen Literatur- und Kulturgeschichte von der Frühen Neuzeit bis zur Gegenwart, eds. Mark H. Gelber, Jakob Hessing, and Robert Jütte (Tübingen: Niemeyer, 2009), 159-170.
  • Wiener Tragödien.” Freud und die Antike, eds. Hartmut Böhme, Inge Stephan and Claudia Benthien (Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2010), 217-238.
  • Das Unbewußte der Bundesrepublik: Alexander Mitscherlich popularisiert die Psychoanalyse”. Special Issue: Frankfurter Kreuz. Zeitschrift für Geistes- und Ideengeschichte V, 3 (2011): 45-64.
  • “Kindheit und Spiel: Winnicott, Freud, Schiller.” Schiller, der Spieler, eds. Peter-André Alt, Marcel Lepper, and Ulrich Raulff (Göttingen: Wallstein, 2013), 280-296.
  • “Freuds Namen.” Name, Ding: Referenzen, eds. Stefan Börnchen, Georg Mein, and Martin Roussel (Munich: Wilhelm Fink, 2012), 5-18.
  • “Freuds Exil.” In: Literatur und Exil. Neue Perspektiven, eds. Doerte Bischoff and Susanne Komfort-Hein (Berlin: DeGruyter, 2013), 323-336.
  • “Der Wintergarten.” 40 Jahre. Sigmund Freud Museum. Eine Festschrift. Wien, im Mai 2012, ed. Ingrid Scholz-Strasser (Wien: Sigmund Freud Privatstiftung, 2012), 48.
  • “The Parable of the Rings: Freud Reads Lessing.” Nexus 3 (2017): 97-112.
  • “Sehnsucht nach Goethe. Sigmund Freud und der Sommer 1931.” Deutsche Sprachkultur von Juden und die Geisteswissenschaften, eds. Stephan Braese and Daniel Weidner (Berlin: Kadmos Verlag, 2015), 201-214.
  • “Konversion: Eine Wortgeschichten. Zur Begriffsbildung bei Sigmund Freud.” Erzählen. Nach Feierabend. Zürcher Jahrbuch für Wissensgeschichte 10 (2014), 87-105.
  • “Legendärer Ort des Unbewussten. Original-Kissen von Sigmund Freuds Couch in London, das er aus Wien mitgebracht hat.” In: Der Wert des Originals, eds. Heike Gfrereis and Ulrich Raulff. Marbacher Magazin 148 (2014): 138-144.
  • ”Law and Dream: From Talmud Commentary to Psychoanalytical Interpretation,” translated by Japhet Johnstone. Trajekte (2015), 43-50.

 

 

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