The Lacanian Clinical Field Series
Judith Feher-Gurewich, series editor
In collaboration with Susan Fairfield
The clinical expertise of French psychoanalysts, deeply influenced by the thought of Jacques Lacan, has finally found a publishing home in the United States. Through the Lacanian Clinical Field series, books that have been acclaimed in France, Italy, Spain, Greece, South America, for their clarity, didactic power, and clinical relevance are now at the disposal of American psychotherapeutic and academic communities.
Though all these works are clinically relevant, they are also intended for those American scholars who have taught and used Lacan's theories in literary criticism, philosophy, human sciences, women's studies, film studies, and multicultural studies. This series provides access to the clinical insights of a theorist primarily known in the United States for his revolutionary vision of the formation of the human subject.
“Finally, a clear and thoughtful set of books that offer the Lacanian provocation to analytic work in the most productive ways. Here is a rare blend of philosophical reflection, analytic sensitivity, and useful pedagogy.”-Judith Butler