Links to other sites that explore Lacan’s work and Lacanian psychoanalysis.
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The New Lacanian School was founded by Jacques-Alain Miller and is part of the World Association of Psychoanalysis
Founded in 1992, the World Association of Psychoanalysis unites the different Lacanian Schools of the Freudian Field
A UK-based psychoanalytic training organisation
Part of the New Lacanian School
San Francisco Society for Lacanian Studies
Paris-based School formed in 1981
Groupe Interdisciplinaire Freudien de Recherche et d’Intervention Cliniques et Culturelles – Canadian group founded in 1977 and based in Quebec
New York City-based training organisation founded in 1987
A forum for Lacanian practice and research in Auckland, New Zealand
Association founded in 1982 by Charles Melman, Marcel Czermak, Claude Dorgeuille et Jean Bergès. Publishes the review La Revue lacanienne (site in French)
Australian associate of the New Lacanian School
The SFL is a new school founded in 2014. It has a presence in the UK and in Cyprus, where the Cyprus Society pursues its work
A Toronto-based group which has now started a teaching programme in the Lacanian orientation
An independent school formed in 1991 and based in Berekley, California
Analytica is a research and training association linked to the New Clinic, both founded in 2000 by Dr. Scott Von and associates for the production of clinical and theoretical work in integral medicine, psychiatry, psychoanalysis, philosophy, and related fields of the arts and sciences.
Lacanian Foothold is an online networking group with the goal of linking North American clinicians interested in Lacanian psychoanalysis with each other.
A cartel in clinical Lacanian psychoanalysis in Hong Kong
A Lacanian study group based in Vancouver, Canada
A Toronto-based not-for-profit group for the study of Lacanian psychoanalysis
Uforca group for the Université Populaire Jacques Lacan
The Lacanian Compass is a group dedicated to the development and promotion of the Lacanian Orientation of Psychoanalysis in the United States
A network of clinically-orientated reading groups in the US
Bilingual (Spanish-English) group hosting reading seminars and cartels on Lacan’s work
Site run by members of the London Society of the New Lacanian School
French-language site run by Parisian psychoanalyst Guy Flecher, dedicated to Lacan in China
European network of analysts concerned with the political status of psychoanalysis. Organises the PIPOL Congress.
Center for Research and Psychoanalytic Studies, based in Santiago, Chile
Zamyn provides interdisciplinary analyses of the geo-political dynamics between corporate globalisation and cultural practice in an increasingly interconnected world.
The Philadelphia Lacan Study Group & Seminar has been meeting since 1990 as an open seminar devoted to the discussion of Freud’s and Lacan’s main ideas and their application to broader clinical, social, and cultural issues.
The newly founded Lacan Reading Group has been inaugurated to study Lacan’s principle theories and their application to a broader understanding of texts, art, drama, literature, philosophy, and aesthetics. In its regular two-hour forums, the group will create a space where the learning, discussion and transmission of Lacan’s works became part of the ongoing global scholarly debates. Poststructuralist responses to Lacanian theory, especially by Kristeva, Irigaray, Cixious, Derrida, Foucault, Delueze and Guattari, Butler and so on in a multidisciplinary context, are part of the group’s research interest areas. The group is open to the postgraduates across humanities, writers, artists, and academics interested in Lacan and his theories. Lacan Reading is run by Dr Ehsan Azari, who teaches a postgraduate course for students of Master of Fine Arts (Writing for Performance) at NIDA. Please Ehsan.Azari@nida.edu.au, or 0402 440 63 if you wish to participate in the meetings. The seminars will be held at Tutorial Room 3 at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), 215 Anzac Parade Kensington, NSW, Australia.
Lacan in Scotland aims to flag research activities and events taking place in Scotland on Lacanian theory as well as related topics such as psychoanalytic theory and practice, and discourse theory.
Innovative Belgian institution using Lacanian ideas to treat autistic young people
Texts and Resources
Website of Cormac Gallagher, contains many translations of Lacan’s Seminars in PDF form, downloadable for free.
Archive of 20,000 documents released in 2017 stretching from 1851- five years before Freud’s birth – in the form of family papers and legal documents, to interviews and recollections of Freud up to the late 1990s. The archive also includes Freud’s correspondence with nearly 600 people, including his most famous patients such as the Wolf Man and Emma Eckstein, and notable contemporaries like Albert Einstein.
Seminar XXIII – Full text of Lacan’s Seminar XXIII, The Sinthome, available free online (translated by Luke Thurston, this is an alternative translation to Cormac Gallagher’s linked to above)
Past and current articles from the Journal, many available for free
Paris-based non-profit site offering vast access to Lacan’s work online. Not affiliated to the San Francisco-based Lutecium Group Psychoanalytic Group listed above.
Richard G. Klein’s site – a number of fascinating articles, translations and resources
This interview, conducted by Lacan’s friend Madeleine Chapsal, appeared in L’Express on 31st May 1957 under the title ‘Clefs pour la psychanalyse’ (‘Keys to psychoanalysis’). In her biography of Lacan, Elisabeth Roudinesco describes (p.262) how Chapsal insisted that Lacan answer her questions in plain language that made his thoughts accessible to the general reader. It is one of the rare instances where we find Lacan being disciplined in his clarity and succinctness.
Recordings of a number of Lacan’s seminars and radio broadcasts
Featuring the ten issues of the Cahiers pour l’Analyse, the journal published by Lacan’s students at the Ecole Normale Supérieure
Website of Lacanian psychoanalyst Julia Evans
Now-retired site from a collective of Lacanians devoted to analysing the signs of everyday life (closed 2016 but contributions remain)
Blog of Melboure psychoanalyst David Ferraro
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