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I Love Luce: The Lesbian, Mimesis And Masquerade In Irigaray, Freud, And Mainstream Film

notes 1 for discussions of irigaray's writings in relation to literature, philosophy and feminist politics, see, for example, diana adler and couze venn, 'introduction to irigaray', and 'women's exile: interview with luce irigaray', trans. couze venn, ideology and consciousness, 1 (may 1977), 57-76; elizabeth berg, 'the third woman', diacritics, 12, 2 (1982), 11-20; beverley brown and parveen adams, 'the feminine body and feminist polities', m/f, 3 (1979), 35-50; carolyn burke, 'introduction to luce irigaray's "when our lips speak together", signs, 6, 1 (autumn 1980), 66-9, 'irigaray through the looking glass', feminist studies, 7, 2 (summer 1981), 288-306, and 'romancing the philosophers: luce irigaray', minnesota review, 29 (fall 1987), 103-14; claire duchen, feminism in france (london: routledge & kegan paul, 1986), especially 67-102; jane gallop, the daughter's seduction (ithaca, ny: cornell university press, 1982), and 'quand nos levres s'ecrivent: irigaray's body politic', romanic review, 74, 1 (1983), 77-83; linda godard, 'pour une nouvelle lecture de la question de la "femme": essai a partir de la pensee de jacques derrida', philosophiques, 12, 1 (spring 1985), 147-64; margaret homans, bearing the word (chicago: university of chicago press, 1986); mary jacobus, reading woman (new york: See, for example, david ansen, 'nightmare on madison avenue', newsweek (28 september 1987), 76; fred bruning, 'sex and the psychopath factor', maclean's, 100 (23 november 1987), 7; vincent canby, 'our big hits: out of this world', new york times (31 january 1988), section 2, 19-20; richard corliss, 'killer', time, 130 (16 november 1987), 72-6, 79; barbara grizzuti harrison, 'fatal attraction: single girl, double standard', mademoiselle, 94, 4 (april 1988), 197; j. hoberman, 'the other, woman', village voice (29 september 1987), 68 and 'sex and the single family', village voice (15 december 1987), special supplement, 83; stanley kauffman, 'orphaned, abandoned', new republic, 187 (19 october 1987), 26-7; 'mortal friends', movie guardian (17 december 1987), 11; regina nadelson, 'fatally yours', guardian (7 january 1988); lawrence o'toole, 'fatal attraction', maclean's, 100 (21 september 1987), 58; amy taubin, the rabbit died: eight capsule comments on fatal attraction', village voice (15 december 1987), special supplement, 90-1; richard schickel, 'the war between the mates', time, 130, 13 (28 september 1987), 69; john simon, 'overindulgence', national review, 39, 23 (4 december 1987), 56-7; laurie stone, 'the new femme fatale', ms, 76 (december 1987), 78-9; p. travers, 'fatal attraction', people weekly, 28 (5 october 1987), 10; judith williamson, 'nightmare on madison avenue', new statesman (15 january 1988), 28-9; ellen willis, 'sins of the fathers', village voice (15 december 1987), special supplement, 85-6.
New Formations Number 9 Winter 1989

A Race Against Time: Change and the Public Service in the New South Africa

soundings issue 4 autumn 1996 a race against time: change and the public service in the 'new south africa' francie lund a personal account of the struggle to transform south africa's racially divided welfare services south africa had its first democratic election in april 1994. How to overcome the fragmentation of these diverse bits, following the 1994 elections? e ach department in the nine new provinces was allocated a budget to set up strategic management teams (smts) for this purpose, and the smts typically employed some people outside of government to work with them, to bridge the gap between the civil servants from the previously separate administrations, and to bring in management and planning skills.
Soundings Issue 4, Autumn 1996

The Undergrowth Of Enjoyment: How Popular Culture Can Serve As An Introduction To Lacan

New formations number 9 winter 1989 slavoj zizek the undergrowth of enjoyment: how popular culture can serve as an introduction to lacan the english reception of jacques lacan, predominantly at least, has still not integrated all the consequences of the break marked by the seminar on ethics of psychoanalysis (1959-60), a break which radically shifted the accent of his teaching: from the dialectics of desire to the inertia of enjoyment (jouissance), from the symptom as coded message to the sinthome as letter permeated with enjoyment, from the 'unconscious structured like a language' to the thing in its heart, the irreducible kernel of jouissance that resists all symbolization.1 the aim of the present article is to exemplify some of the key motifs of this last stage of lacanian theory via a reading of certain narratives borrowed from popular cinema and literature. to indicate the specificity of this one, lacan coined the neologism le sinthome: the point which functions as the ultimate support of the subject's consistency, the point of 'thou art that', the point marking the dimensions of 'what is in the subject more than itself and what it therefore 'loves more than itself, that point which is none the less neither symptom (the coded message in which the subject receives from the other its own message in reverse form, the truth of its desire) nor fantasy (the imaginary scenario which, with its fascinating presence, screens off the lack in the other, the radical inconsistency of the symbolic order).
New Formations Number 9 Winter 1989


without an awareness of feminist alternatives such as these, the anti-fascist movement will remain incapable of challenging the sexism at the root of fascist ideology, which vron’s pamphlet so effectively reveals....... our work in the women and fascism study group has revealed that work such as vron’s is by no means the first of its kind. 29 vron shows how this view of women’s role can appeal to white women because it draws on popular beliefs about what are held to be ‘natural’ differences between men’s and women’s abilities and because: ‘women are being flattered into believing that this subordinate and passive role is their only way to selfexpression and fulfilment’.
Red Rag Volume 14