Spring 2018 Schedule

LACAN SALON SCHEDULE: WINTER-SPRING 2018

 

THE SEMINAR OF JACQUES LACAN: BOOK XXIII

JOYCE AND THE SINTHOME (http://politybooks.com/bookdetail/?isbn=9781509510009)

1975-1976

 

The Seminar of Jacques Lacan: Joyce and the Sinthome

Translated by Cormac Gallagher

Part 1

http://www.lacaninireland.com/web/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/Book-23-Joyce-and-the-Sinthome-Part-1.pdf

and Part 2 http://www.lacaninireland.com/web/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/Book-23-Joyce-and-the-Sinthome-Part-2.pdf

 

 

THE SPIRIT OF THE NODES

January 2, SEMINAR 1: 18 NOVEMBER 1975

On the logical use of the sinthome, or Freud with Joyce

facilitator: Ted Byrne

 

January 16, SEMINAR 2: 9 DECEMBER 1975

On what makes a hole in the real

facilitator: Oliver Keane

 

January 30, SEMINAR 3: 16 DECEMBER 1975

On the knot as the subject’s support

facilitator: Sasha Langford

 

THE JOYCE TRAIL

February 6*, SEMINAR 4: 13 JANUARY 1976

Joyce and the fox riddle

facilitator: Alois Sieben

 

February 27, SEMINAR FOR 20 JANUARY 1976

(Presentation at Lacan’s Seminar, by Jacques Aubert)

facilitator: Clint Burnham

 

March 13, SEMINAR 5: 10 FEBRUARY 1976

Was Joyce mad?

facilitator: Hilda Fernandez

 

March 27, SEMINAR 6: 17 FEBRUARY 1976

Joyce and imposed words

facilitator: Oliver Keane

 

THE INVENTION OF THE REAL

April 10, SEMINAR 7: 9 MARCH 1976

On a fallace that vouches for the real

facilitator: Jaleh Mansoor

 

April 24, SEMINAR 8: 16 MARCH 1976

On sens, sex and the real

facilitator: Alessandra Capperdoni 

 

May 8, SEMINAR 9: 13 APRIL 1976

From the unconscious to the real

facilitator: Alma Krilic

 

BY WAY OF CONCLUSION

May 22, SEMINAR 10: 11 MAY 1976

The writing of the Ego

facilitator: Paul Kingsbury

 

JUNE 5,

“Joyce the Symptom,” by Lacan

facilitator: Clint Burnham

 

*please note special date due to a pre-existing booking. Thanks to SFU Woodwards’ Office for Community Engagement for their continued support.

 

A copy of the Seminar is available online at www.lacaninireland.com (translated by Cormac Gallagher) or from Polity Press. Please note that the Gallagher translation is numbered consecutively from 1-11, Seminar 5 being mostly Jacques Aubert’s intervention.

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