Patriarchy and Its Discontents

  • Jean Petrucelli Sarah Schoen Naomi Snider
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  • Verwacht 27 december 2022
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Includes contributions from Gloria Steinem, Susie Orbach and V (formerly Eve Ensler) * Reflects the latest thinking in feminism and interpersonal psychoanalysis * Offers a rare non-Lacanian psychoanalytic guide to incorporating feminist thinking in contemporary psychoanalytic theory and practice.
Introduction Part One: Learning from Activists: Engaging with and Resisting Patriarchal Constraint 1. Interview with Gloria Steinem 2. Interview with Carol Gilligan, Carol Jenkins, Emily Mann, and V, formerly known as Eve Ensler Part Two: On the Couch and in the Institute: How Patriarchy Impacts Psychoanalytic Theory, Practice and Structure 3. Patriarchy in Psychoanalytic Theory and Organizations: The Oedipus Complex as Ideology 4. Outlining the Psychoanalytic "Playbook" toward a Transgressive Collective Response-Ability 5. Confusion of Wills Between the Teacher and the Student: Psychoanalytic Theory and the Persistence of Gendered Abuses of Power in Psychoanalysis 6. On Psychoanalysis's Invention of Patriarchy and the Democratic Significance of Anatomical Difference 7. Maternally Speaking: Mothers, Daughters, and the Talking Cure 8. In Search of our Mother's Couch: Toward a Genealogy of Black Feminist Psychoanalytic Theory 9. Unmasking Psychoanalysis: The Emperor, The Boy, and the Search for New Clothes 10. Psychoanalysis in a Radically Changing World: How Do We Stand? Part Three: Psychoanalysis and Its Liberating Potential: A Clinical Perspective 11. Identity Searches and the Body 12. Patriarchy, Splitting, and Hunger for the Other 13. Working with Patriarchal Countertransference 14. Don't Take Up Space: How the Patriarchy Works to Undermine Trans Communities from Within 15. "Nasty Women" - Mobilizing Female Aggression to Potentiate Women and Silence the Patriarchy Part Four: Conclusion 16. Studies in Patriarchy: Intelligibility, Recognition and Psychoanalysis's Category Trouble
'Patriarchy and Its Discontents is a gripping and original compendium of powerful confrontations with an old problem that vexes our mental and cultural life. An impressive group of authors grapple in exciting and illuminating ways with the question of how to analyze and resist the ever-mutating forms of this most fundamental source of human subjugation.' Jessica Benjamin, author Beyond Doer and Done To: Recognition Theory Intersubjectivity and the Third 'Patriarchy and its Discontents boldly occupies the fraught and creative space carved out by the explosive encounter between psychoanalysis and feminism that has been making news for over a century. "Patriarchy", a formal term claimed by feminists, and "Discontents", the ironic thesis deployed by analysts, are here unleashed in these pages, each acting on the other in the service of making the kind of 'good trouble' neither could make on its own. These essays, no matter their explicit focus, all hold the tension between the theoretical and the clinical, the personal and the political - and in so doing they showcase their big ambitions. No one can write in this space without striving for moral and philosophical depth, and for emotionalized thinking that cannot be anything but bravely personal. There is no cool way to tell this story - it comes out to get you, author, and reader alike. Kudos to everyone on this big, wide, soulful project!' Virginia Goldner, faculty, NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, founding editor, Studies in Gender and Sexuality, on-camera clinical advisor to Orna Guralnik, Showtime docuseries, Couples Therapy 'When I entered the psychoanalytic field in the early fifties, patriarchy was firmly in the driver's seat; older, White, European (Teutonic) patriarchy at that. Over the past seven decades I have witnessed the most remarkable breakdown in that hegemony. We are now in the midst of radical revolutions in our tenets both in psychoanalysis and in the culture at large. Issues of race, gender, and genotype are all shifting rapidly, as are our presumptions about our own function as psychotherapists. We can no longer hide from the dynamics of power and its abuses. Petrucelli, Schoen, and Snider have organized a stellar collection of articles and authors that heed this call. They show us where we've been, where we are, and one hopes offer glimpses into where we're going. I wholeheartedly recommend this seminal book to readers in and out of our field who are interested in making sense of the chaotic sweep of change that is taking us into the future.' Edgar A. Levenson, fellow emeritus, training, supervisory analyst and faculty William Alanson White Institute; adjunct clinical professor of psychology, NYU Postdoc
Uitgavejaar 2022
ISBN 9781032201177
Serie Psychoanalysis in a New Key Book Series
Verschijningsdatum 27 dec. 2022
Omvang 296
Auteur(s) Jean Petrucelli Sarah Schoen Naomi Snider
Bindwijze Gebonden
Taal Engels

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