Study days are the Lacan Circle’s link to activities of the New Lacanian School and the Freudian Field, just as they are a bridge to the wider community. The practice of psychoanalysis does not take place in a vacuum and Lacanian psychoanalysis is both sensitive to the manner in which subjective positions and choices respond to social change and attentive to developments in areas cognate with psychoanalysis.
Study Days are held on the third Saturday of each month from 10am to 2pm
Multipurpose Room 1 or 2, Kathleen Syme Centre, 251 Faraday St., Carlton.
Semester 1, 2018
|17 February||Open Day: welcome to the Lacan Circle and its 2018 program|
|17 March||Divine erotics: psychoanalysis and religion|
|21 April||The children of psychoanalysis: little Hans to Lacan’s ‘Note on the child’|
|19 May||Love and the sexual non-relationship|
|16 June||Families, couples and children in a hypermodern world|
Semester 2, 2018
|18 August||Segregation and identity|
|15 September||The postmodern family|
|20 October||Truth and jouissance|
|17 November||Cartels in conversation|
In 2018 Study Days are admission free.
For all enquiries contact the events convenor: email@example.com
April 21st 2018 Study Day references:
Freud, Sigmund (1909). Analysis of a Phobia in a Five-Year-Old Boy. Standard Edition vol. 10.
Klein, Melanie (1957). Envy and Gratitude. Envy and Gratitude and Other Works.
Lacan, Jacques (1956-57). Seminar IV. The Object Relation, chapters 12-24.
Lacan, Jacques (1969). Note on the Child. The Lacanian Review no. 4 (2018), 13-14.