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Author Johnson, T. R
Title The Other Side of Pedagogy : Lacan's Four Discourses and the Development of the Student Writer
Imprint Albany : State University of New York Press, 2014
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Series SUNY Series, Transforming Subjects: Psychoanalysis, Culture, and Studies in Education Ser
SUNY Series, Transforming Subjects: Psychoanalysis, Culture, and Studies in Education Ser
Note Intro -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction Recovering the Unconscious: Pedagogy's Other Side -- Chapter 1: The Crisis: Forfeiting Our Most Valuable Asset -- The Roots of Our Crisis -- Forms of Disconnection: The Four Discourses as Modes of Address -- Toward a Psychoanalytic Knowledge-A Science of the Particular, a Rhetoric of the Unconscious-for the University Classroom -- Raising the Dead -- Chapter 2: Contemporary Composition Studies: Development Means Joining Our Community, and That's All There Is to Know -- Why We Can't Say More: All the Other Things We Might Say -- The Major Studies Since 1990 -- The Call for an Intersubjective Model and the Precedents for a Turn to Psychoanalysis -- Chapter 3: Why the "Growth" Movement Didn't Grow-And an Alternative -- Dartmouth, 1966: "What Is English?" -- Bergson: Perception, Movement, Evolution, and the Individual -- Bergson's Legacy: Piaget, Moffett, Rogers, and Growth as a Natural, Individualized Journey into Ever-Greater Abstraction -- A different tradition: Vygotsky and the Feminists -- Back to 1966: Britton's Sister's Husband's Colleague in Paris -- Chapter 4: Psychoanalysis and Pedagogy: Some Historical Context and Key Terms for Doing the Impossible -- Psychoanalysis Versus Schooling -- Freud Lite: The American Version -- Paris, 1968: "Beneath the paving stones, the beach!" -- Lacan's Problem: Institutionalizing the Revolutionary -- Lacan on Campus: Unveiling (and Reveiling) the Four Discourses -- Shame and/as the Structure of Discourse -- Unconscious Desire (S) and the Object-a -- In Other Words . . . What the Unconscious Does -- The Unconscious as a Public -- The Four Positions in the Matrix -- Chapter 5: A Perfect Ignorance and Paralysis: The Discourse of the Master -- Discourse and the Primordial Dynamic: A History -- Twin Zombies -- The Production of Object-A
Speaking and Writing as S1 -- The Discourse of Mastery in Contemporary Culture -- The Discourse of Mastery in the Contemporary Classroom -- Narcissism -- Chapter 6: Only Following Directions: The Discourse of the University -- School-Based Writing -- Priestcraft and "Clarity": A History -- Two Illustrations: Wallace and Albee -- Two More Illustrations: Coetzee and Kafka -- Masochism -- Chapter 7: "Songs . . . dripping off my fingers": The Discourse of the Hysteric -- Le Roy's Cheerleaders -- A Performance Art: What It Is(n't) (A Brief History, Part I) -- But Then Came Freud: What It Is(n't) (A Brief History, Part II) -- The Neuroses, the Rejection of Knowledge, and How It Begins -- For Example -- The Writing Classroom -- Chapter 8: Playing by Ear: The Discourse of the Analyst -- Equality, Intuition, Love, and the Symptom -- Speech Versus Language -- Object-A and S1, Separation and Alienation -- Lacan's Object-A and Winnicott's Transitional Object: How to Play -- The Ear in the Clinic and the Classroom -- The Poetic, The Particular, The Public -- Course Description -- Works Cited -- Index
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Johnson, T. R. The Other Side of Pedagogy : Lacan's Four Discourses and the Development of the Student Writer Albany : State University of New York Press,c2014 9781438453194
Subject Lacan, Jacques, -- 1901-1981.;English language -- Rhetoric -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Psychological aspects.;Psychoanalysis and education
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