MARIA CRISTINA AGUIRRE practices psychoanalysis in New York City. She is the editor of the on-line journal Lacanian Compass. She contributes to The Symptom, Issue 10 with The Refusal of the Language of the Other.

JORGE ALEMÁN is a psychoanalyst, member of the WAP - World Psicoanalisis Association. He lives and works in Madrid. He is the author of Lacan: Heidegger, un decir menos tonto (del Cifrado) and Cuestiones antifilosóficas en Jacques Lacan (Atuel). His article "Lacan: the End" was published in lacanian ink 11. His essay "Lacan, Foucault: el debate sobre el "construccionismo" appears in The Symptom, Issue 3.

ASUNCIÓN ÁLVAREZ is a poet, author, and translator. Her poetry has appeared in both American and European publications. Alvarez has translated numerous articles for lacanian ink, and her poem CODA is included in lacanian ink 36.

CRISTINA ALVARES teaches French literature at the University of Minho (Portugal). In 1999, she published O amor da letra: o heterogéneo, o artificial e o femenino no Roman de la Rose de Jean Renart, Braga: Hesperides. Her essay "Regard, incarnation et paternité dans Corps du roi de Pierre Michon - La photo de Faulkner" appears in The Symptom, Issue 5. She contributes with Pastoute, lettre, science in The Symptom, Issue 7.

LOUIS ARMAND's recent books include The Garden, Inexorable Weather and Land Partition. He is poetry editor of The Prague Revue. His essay "Hamlet/Machine" appears in The Symptom, Issue 2, "Symptom in the Machine: Lacan, Joyce, Sollers" appears in Issue 3, and "The Cyclops & The Gnomon" appears in Issue 5. His latest contribution to The Symptom, Issue 7 is Mechanistics, Grammar & Locality of Thought.

COLLEEN ASPER is a writer, artist, and the co-founder of Ad Hoc Vox: their roving panels happen at Cooper Union. Her newest contribution, "Empty Centers", appeared in lacanian ink 40.

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JAN AVGIKOS is an art historian. She is currently a visiting critic at Yale's School of Fine Art; she writes for Art Forum. She has interviewed Wolfgang Staehle for lacanian ink 8.Her article "'What is a Picture?' Times Two" was published in lacanian ink 9; and her article "The Woman Who Filled Up the World..." was published in lacanian ink 11. She contributed a drawing to Written/Spoken/Drawn.

JOSEFINA AYERZA is a psychoanalyst, member of the WAP - World Association of Psychoanalysis. and has a private practice in New York City.
She is an art critic who writes for Art Forum, Flash Art, Dü… L'Âne and other magazines.
She edits the journal lacanian ink for which she writes the editorials and contributed the following articles:
1 - to begin with, Jacques-Alain Miller's Perversion, Guillermo Kuitca, Cheri Samba
2 - to resume again, Donald Baechler, Julio Galán
3 - to resume again, Silvia Kolbowsky, Jonathan Lasker
4 - to resume again, Suzan Etkin, Meyer Vaisman
5 - to resume again, Ashley Bickerton
6 - to resume again, Jane Hammond, David Salle
7 - to resume again, Wim Delvoye, Sue Williams
8 - to resume again, Maureen Connor
9 - to resume again, Charles Long
10 - to resume again, Rena Grant
11 - to resume again
12 - to resume again
13 - to resume again
14 - to resume again, Comme des Garçons, Philip-Lorca diCorcia
15 - to resume again
16 - to resume again, Heidi II: Sue de Beer/Laura Parnes
17 - to resume again, Ghada Amer
18 - to resume again, Rosemarie Trockel
19 - to resume again, Wim Delvoye
20 - to resume again, Marlene McCarty
21 - to resume again, Gary Hill, George Condo
22 - to resume again, Jacqueline Humphries
23 - to resume again, Katy Grannan
24/25 - to resume again, Jane and Louise Wilson
26 - to resume again, Inez van Lamswerde/Vinoodh Matadin
27 - to resume again, Catherine Opie
28 - to resume again, Florencia Gonzalez Alzaga
29 - to resume again, Janine Antoni, Toril Goksøyr and Camilla Martens
30 - to resume again, Kohei Yoshiyuki
31 - to resume again, Luis Gispert, Shirin Neshat, Dawn Mellor
32 - to resume again, Cecily Brown, Doug Aitken
33 - to resume again, Ridley Howard
34 - to resume again, Lux Lindner, Leonid Sokov
35 - to resume again, Mike Kekkey, Carroll Dunham, Olaf Breuning
36 - to resume again, Rivane Neuenschwander
37 - to resume again, Richard Phillips
38 - to resume again, Martin Kippenberger, Sigmar Polke
39 - to resume again, Lisa Yuskavage
40 - to resume again
41/42 - to resume again
43/44 - the Cut Word, Wolfgang Tillmans
45 - to resume again..., Aunty Needle Heel, Gregory Crewdson
46 - to resume again..., La Tenadora, Julianna Huxtable
47 - to resume again..., Porno, Gasper Noé's "Love"

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ALAIN BADIOU is Director of the Départment of Philosophy at l'École Normale Supérieure, Rue d'Ulm, Paris. He is also Conference Director at the Collège International de Philosophie. His latest books are: Abrégé de métapolitique, and Petit manuel d'inesthétique. He contributed the following articles to lacanian Ink.
16 - "Highly Speculative Reasoning on the Concept of Democracy" (Also featured in The Symptom, Issue 2).
17 - "Art and Philosophy" (this article was also the topic of his lecture at Deitch Projects for the launch of lacanian ink 17 in the Fall 2000).
19 - "The Political as a Procedure of Truth.
21 - "The Scene of Two".
22 - "Of An Obscure Disaster: On the end of the Truth of State".
23 - "Fifteen Theses on Contemporary Art," (this text is a transcript of the lecture he gave at The Drawing Center in NYC for the launch of lacanian ink 22 in the Fall 2003).
24/25 - "Manifesto of Affirmationism."
26 - "Lacan. Seminar, Book X: Anxiety".
27 - "The Formulas of L'étourdit".
28 - "Drawing", "The Formulas of the Real" and "The Question of Democracy".
29 - "35 Propositions from Logiques des mondes" translated by Jake Bellone, and "Towards a New Concept of Existence"
30 - "Hegel, Kant, Lacan from Logiques des mondes" translated by Jake Bellone with James Curley-Egan
31 - "A Political Variant on the Physics of the Subject-of-Truth" and "What is to Live" from Logiques des mondes translated by Jake Bellone with James Curley-Egan
32 - "The Son's Aleatory Identity in Today's World" translated by James Curley-Egan with Jake Bellone
33 - "Adorno's Negative Dialectics and Wagner" translated by Jake Bellone, Barbara P. Fulks and Peter Bradley
34 - "For Today Plato: The Republic" translated by Susan Spitzer
35 - "Reducing the Sophist to Silence" translated by Susan Spitzer
36 - "Disciplines of the Body" translated by Susan Spitzer
37 - "The Philosophy of Government" translated by Susan Spitzer
38 - "Women and Families" translated by Susan Spitzer

40 - "The Communist Idea & The Question of Terror"


In April 2005 he lectured at Deitch Projects in New York City on The Subject of Art. (The full English text appears in The Symptom, Issue 6).
In March 2006 he returned to New York City sponsored by Lacanian Ink to address Art's Imperative: Speaking the Unspeakable first at Tilton Gallery in the Upper East Side and the following evening at The Drawing Center in SoHo. The lecture is obtainable in The Symptom, Issue 7. A video is also available.
In the Fall of 2006 Badiou gave the following lectures in the New York area: Truth Art as a Place for Politics at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn; Truth Procedures in Politics at the Miguel Abreu Gallery, NYC; and Truth Procedure in Art at the Tilton Gallery, NYC.
For The Symptom, Issue 8 he contributed with The Desire for Philosophy and the Contemporary World and Philosphy as Creative Repetition.
For The Symptom, Issue 9 he contributed with Philosophy as Biography, Some Remarks Concerning Marcel Duchamp, and The Dimensions of Art (Udi Aloni" Forgiveness). For The Symptom 10 he contributed with On a Finally Objectless Subject.
Find more of his writings in his Bibliography.


NANCY BARTON is an Associated Professor at NYU. She directs the Prattsville Art Center and Residency. Her art has been shown at MOMA and American Fine Arts Gallery. Her article, "Better Living Through Facebook," appeared in lacanian ink 40. Her newest contribution, "The Unconscious and the Teaching Body," can be found in lacanian ink 45.

MIQUEL BASSOLS is the president of the WAP – World Association of Psychoanalysis. A practicing psychoanalyst of l'École de la Cause, he lives and works in Spain. His article, "The Wicked Other & Its Lawless Gravity," appeared in lacanian ink 47.

JACK B. BEDELL teaches English at Southeastern Louisiana University. His essay "Lead in the Looking Glass: A Lacanian Approach to John Ashbery's 'Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror'" appears in The Symptom, Issue 2.

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PAOLO BERDINI teaches Art History at Stanford University. He is currently working on a collection of essays on Caravaggio, the initial text, "Gaze-bo, Videbo—I Shall See—" was published in lacanian ink 10.

WOLFRAM BERGANDE is the author of "Lacan's Psychoanalyse und die Dekonstruktion." his essay "Lacan, Kojève und Las meninas von Velázquez" appears in The Symptom, Issue 2.

ALEX BETANCOURT-SERRANO teaches Political Theory and Political Economy at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. His paper, "J'accuse?: A critical approach to Jacques Derrida's Speculation on Freud" is in Issue 4 of The Symptom and "Let's bury a few liberals!" (A Lacanian Gesture)" appears in The Symptom, Issue 5.

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ANURADHA BHATTACHARRYA is a research scholar in the department of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India. She contributed the article "Showing in Disguise: The Subject's Perspective" to The Symptom, Issue 3.

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MAX BLAGG is a poet who lives and works in New York City. His text "What Remains" was published in lacanian ink 7. He has also contributed a drawing to Written/Spoken/Drawn.

HOWARD BRITTON is an analyst based in York, England and member of the London Circle of the European School of Psychoanalysis. He contributed the article "Contemporary Symptoms" to Issue 3 of The Symptom.

GRACIELA BRODSKY is president of The New Lacanian School ("NLS") and Delegate General of The World Association of Psychoanalysis ("AMP/WAP"). She contributed "The Proofs of Interpretation" to lacanian ink 21. Her dictation of "Symptom and Sexuation" appears in Issue 2 of The Symptom.

MARIE-HÉLÈNE BROUSSE is a practicing analyst, member of the W.A.P. and president of The European School of Psychoanalysis. She contributed the article "A Sublimation at Risk of Psychoanalysis" to lacanian ink 24/25. lacanian ink 36 features her article "Ruse, Ravaging, Ravishment. She appears in lacanian ink 38 with "Moments in a Love Story." LI40 - "A Desire Without Cause?" LI43/44 - "Beyond Prince Charming & Pink Swords," and "Everlasting Couch." LI45 - "Three Dimensional Gender."

DELPHINE BURRUS is a French filmmaker. Her animated short Le Conte du Livre, has been shown in New York and Paris. The scenario for this film was published in lacanian ink 8. She has also contributed a drawing to Written/Spoken/Drawn.

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REX BUTLER is a Senior Lecturer in English, Media and Art History at the University of Queensland. He is the author of Jean Baudrillard: The Defense of the Real (Sage) in 1999. Excerpts from his Slavoj Zizek: Live Theory (Polity Press) appear in Lacan Dot Com. In 2005 he edited with Scott Stephens Interrogating the Real the first volume of the collected writings of Slavoj Zizek. The introduction to the second volume The Universal Exception (forthcoming 2006), Slavoj Zizek's Third Way appears in Lacan Dot Com.
He co-wrote with Scott Stephens "Play Fuckin' Loud:" Zizek vs. the Left which appears in The Symptom, Issue 7, and in lacanian ink 28 The Sound of Silence: Wagner with Stalin. His essay "Boris Groys: Communist Art Historian" appears in The Symptom 12.


GIL CAROZ is a Lacanian psychoanalyst, member of the École de la Cause freudienne and of the WAP, who lives and works in Israel. His article, "Psychoanalytic remarks," appeared in lacanian ink 46.

ALESSANDRO CASSIN is a theater director and co-founder of Mulita Productions International Performance Group. He lives in Rome and New York. He interviewed Butch Morris for lacanian ink 12. In The Symptom Issue 6 he interviews the photographer Katharina Bosse and for his Twentieth Anniversary of Conduction, Butch Morris.

FRANÇOIS CHENG was the winner of the 1998 Prix Femina for Le Dit de Tianyi – A. Michel, Paris, 1998. He also was elected to the Académie française. His article, "Lacan's Smile," appeared in lacanian ink 39.

CATHERINE CLÉMENT is a French philosopher, novelist, and literary critic. She studied with J. Lacan and Claude Lévi-Strauss. Her article, "Lacan on the Spot," appeared in lacanian ink 39.

DANIEL COLLINS is a graduate student of English and Comparative Literature at SUNY Buffalo. He is editor of the journal Umbr(a). He contributed the translation of Jacques-Alain Miller's "Matrix" to lacanian ink 12 and he assembled Miller's bibliography. For lacanian ink 34 he translated Jacques-Alain Miller's The Divine Details.

PETER CONNOR is Associate Professor of French and Comparative Literature at Barnard College (Columbia University). He is the author of Georges Bataille and the Mysticism of Sin (Johns Hopkins, 2000) and the translator of Jean-Luc Nancy's The Inoperative Community (Univ. of Minnesota, 1989). For lacanian ink 34 he tramslated Pierre-Gilles Guéguen's Ordinary Psychosis: the Extraordinary Case of Jean Genet.

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JOAN COPJEC teaches psychoanalysis at SUNY Buffalo. Her article "The Subject Defined by Suffrage" was published in lacanian ink 7 and "The Symbolic Without the Father" appears in lacanian ink 10. Most recently she contributed "The Body's Organs and Cindy Sherman's Face" to lacanian ink 14.
Find more titles in Joan Copjec's bibliography.


LYNN CRAWFORD is an American fiction writer and art critic. She published Solow in 1995 and most recently Blow. She contributed an excerpt from the former to lacanian ink. She published "Maneuver" in lacanian ink 4 and "Four" in lacanian ink 8.

SIMON CRITCHLEY is a British philosopher who teaches Heidegger's Being and Time and Theories of the Political at The New School for Social Research in New York. He is the author of Things Merely Are: Philosophy in the Poetry of Wallace Stevens (Routledge, 2005) and Infinitely Demanding: Ethics of Commitment, Politics of Resistance (Verso, 2007). For lacanian ink 30 he wrote Confraternity of the Faithless: Wilde's Christianity".

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GLYN DALY is a Senior Lecturer in Politics in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at University College, Northampton. He is the author of Conversations with Zizek (Polity, 2003) and his book Zizek: Ideology, the Real and the Subject (Sage) is forthcoming. His "Slavoj Zizek: Risking the Impossible" as well as "Slavoj Zizek: A Primer" appear in Lacan Dot Com.

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ADRIAN DANNATT is an English writer living in New York City. In 1976 he starred in the children's show, Just William. He contributes regularly to Flash Art, The Art Newspaper and other publications. His article "The Three" was published in lacanian ink 7, "Wet Fear" in lacanian ink 8, "Étant Donnés: Le Gaz(e) d'Éclairage" in lacanian ink 9, "La Can-Can Française" in lacanian ink 10, "The Crack" in lacanian ink 11, and "Psychoanalysis?" in lacanian ink 12. He also contributed a drawing to Written/Spoken/Drawn. He contributed "Couple" to lacanian ink 13. Most recently he wrote Jean Claude Abreu for lacanian ink 28. Gossip by Adrian Dannatt can be found in Perfume.

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GARY DAUPHIN is a writer and a film critic who lives and works in New York City. He regularly publishes articles in the Village Voice and Vibe magazine. His article The Pre-session of Ricki Lake was published in lacanian ink 12. To lacanian ink 13 he contributed "The Diary of Kotpotus."

PHILIPPE DE GEORGES is a French psychoanalyst of the École de la Cause freudienne and member of the World Association of Psychanalysis. He contributed the article "The Other Will Always Be a Menace," to lacanian ink 45.

GUSTAVO DESSAL is an A.M.E. and member of the Escuela Lacaniana de Psicoanálisis; he lives and practices in Madrid, Spain. His article, "Conjeturas sobre el psicoanálisis en el siglo XXI" appears in The Symptom Issue 7.

WILFRIED DICKHOFF is a German born philosopher who teaches at Princeton University. A review of his books After Nihilism (with Donald Kuspit), Cambridge, 2000, appears in The Symptom Issue 5. He writes extensively on contemporary German art.

MLADEN DOLAR taught philosophy at the University of Ljubljana until 2002 and he collaborated with Slavoj Zizek on Opera's Second Death (Routledge, 2002). His Master's Voice is due by Verso next year. A shorter version of "His Master's Voice" appears in lacanian ink 22.

DEBORAH DRIER is a writer living in New York. She contributes regularly to the New Yorker. Her text "A Camille for the Nineties" was published in lacanian ink 10.

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DAVID EBONY is a writer, an art critic, and an editor for Art in America magazine. He has contributed the following articles to lacanian ink:
15 - "Gustave Moreau's Prized Possession; or, The Secret Language of Jacques Derrida"
16 - "Technology, Capital, Nihilism, and Love: Recent Works by Gabriel Orozco and Alain Badiou"
17 - "Cultural Ideation:Recent Works by Tunga and Terry Eagleton"
19 - "In Your Dreams: Serrano and Freud"
22 - "Slow Time and the Limits of Modernity: Craigie Horsfield and Fredric Jameson"
26 - "Dressed in Shadows: Sarah Lucas and Alenaka Zupancic".


BARBARA EINZIG is a poet and critic who lives in New York City. Her poem "Anything Can Happen to a Body Like a Brick" was published in lacanian ink 8.

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ELAINE EQUI is a poet; she lives and works in New York City. Her poem "A Lemon" was published in lacanian ink 7.

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DYLAN EVANS is currently Lecturer in Behavioural Science in the School of Medicine at University College Cork. He is the author of An Introductory Dictionary of Lacanian Psychoanalysis. His "Science and Truth: an Introduction" is in Issue 10 of The Symptom.

MICHÉLE ELBAZ is a French psychoanalyst AE (analyst of the École de la Cause freudienne), and member of the World Association of Psychoanalysis. Her article, "Rouge Basier," appeared in lacanian ink 45.

ALAN FAIR is Senior Lecturer in Film Studies at Manchester Metropolitan University and is currently working on Hitchcock's British films. His work, "Her or: The Lost Object a film project" is in Issue 4 of The Symptom.

BRUCE FINK is a psychoanalyst and professor of psychology at Duquesne University. His article "Tommy, the Anatomy of a Trauma" was published in lacanian ink 10. His Review of Élisabeth Roudinesco's Jacques Lacan was published in lacanian ink 14. For The Symptom 10 he contributed with The Seminar of Jacques Lacan.
Find more titles in Bruce Fink's bibliography.


JULIET FLOWER MACCANNEL is Chair of the California Psychoanalytic Circle. Her article "Sex, The Last Thirty Years: Four French and American Films," was published in lacanian ink 15.

MARCO FOCCHI is a practicing psychoanalyst. He teaches at the "Instituto freudiano per la clinica, la scienza e la terapia". His latest books is: "Il cambiamento in psicoanalisi". His essay "La Lingua Indiscreta e L'Irripetibile" appears in The Symptom 3 and its English version "The Indiscrete Language and the Unrepeatable" appears in The Symptom Issue 6. For The Symptom, Issue 8 he contributed with L'incubo di un mondo senza Dio. His A Spectacular Health appears in lacanian ink 31.

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RICHARD FOREMAN writes and directs plays for his own Ontological-Hysteric Theater. A recipient of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Award in Literature, his most recent collection of theater work is Paradise Hotel.
With Josefina Ayerza he participated in "More Hysteria, Please", a 1995 performance at Columbia University's Deutsches Haus, New York City. The transcript of this performance was published in lacanian ink 12.
He contributed a drawing to Written/Spoken/Drawn.
In lacanian ink 5 he contributes his text "from the Suburbanite." In lacanian ink 9, "The Amateur Genius and the Dog," and in lacanian ink 10 his short story "Dismembered."
His play "Benita Canova" is published in lacanian ink 13.


M.A. FRANKS is a doctoral candidate at Oxford University. Her essay "The Insistence of Lacan on Woman as the Letter" appears in The Symptom, Issue 2.

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BARBARA P. FULKS is a professor of Romance Languages and Literary Theory. She teaches at Davis and Elkins College, in West Virginia.
She contributed the following translations to lacanian ink:
From Jacques-Alain Miller,
19 - "The Symptom and the Body Event"
20 - "Pure Psychoanalysis, Applied Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy"
21 - "Lacan's Later Teaching"
22 - "Countertransference and Intersubjectivity"
23 - "Religion, Psychoanalysis"
24/25 - "Introduction to the Erotics of Time"
26 - "Introduction to Reading Jacques Lacan's Seminar on Anxiety I"
27 - "Introduction to Reading Jacques Lacan's Seminar on Anxiety II"
28 - "Profane Illuminations" and "Detached Pieces"
29 - "A Reading from Jacques Lacan's Seminar From an Other to the other"
30 - "A Reading from Jacques Lacan's Seminar From an Other to the other II"
31 - "A Reading from Jacques Lacan's Seminar From an Other to the other III"
32 - "A Reading from Jacques Lacan's Seminar From an Other to the other IV" and "The Other Side of Lacan"
33 - "The Logic of the Cure", "The Prisons of Jouissance", and "The Phallus and Perversion"
34 - "The Invention of Delirium"
From Alain Badiou,
19 - "The Political as a Procedure of Truth"
21 - "The Scene of Two"
22 - "Of an Obscure Disaster."
24/25 - "Manifesto of Affirmationism"
26 - "Lacan. Seminar, Book X; Anxiety"
From Eric Laurent,
20 - "A Sophism of Courtly Love."
From Gérard Wajcman,
23 - "The Birth of the Intimate."
24/25 - "The Birth of the Intimate(II)"
29 - "Desublimation"
34 - "A Dream of Eternity"
From Mehdi Belhaj Kacem,
23 - "The Supreme Luxury"
From Marie-Hélène Brousse,
24/25 - "A Sublimation at Risk of Psychoanalysis"
From François Regnault
34 - "Dantesque Passions"
In collaboration with Jorge Jauregui,
18 - "Lacanian Biology"
19 - François Regnault's "Art after Lacan"
21 - François Regnault's "Ethics and the Theatre", and Benoît Jacquot's "Television."
She translated Jacques-Alain Miller's "First Letter," "Clear Like Day Letter" and "The Tenderness of Terrorists" for The Wooster Press.


CARMEN GALLANO is a psychoanalyst who practices and teaches in Madrid. Her article "The Beginning of a Psychoanalysis" was published in lacanian ink 2.

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GERMÁN GARCIA is a psychoanalyst, Director of the Centro Descartes in Buenos Aires, and a Council Member of the World Psicoanalisis Association ("WAP"). His essay "Psychoanalysis and Literature" appeared in lacanian ink 1. His article "Infancy: Boys/Girls" was published in lacanian ink 4. To lacanian ink 18, he contributed "Freud and the Child Woman."

ELIZABETH GEBLESCO is a practicing analyst in the Principauté de Monaco and member of the École de la Cause freudienne. Her article "The Generation 'Gap'" was published in lacanian ink 3.

ALEJANDRA GLAZE is a practicing analyst and member of the Escuela de la Orientaci—n Lacaniana ("EOL"). She lives and works in Buenos Aires. Her article "Auster's Austerity" was published in The Symptom Issue 1.

MARIO GOLDENBERG is a practicing analyst and director of the Escuela de la Orientación Lacaniana ("EOL"), in Buenos Aires. His text "Rorty and the Orchids" is published in lacanian ink 15. He contributed the article "El Legado de Freud" to The Symptom, Issue 1. He contributed "Psychoanalysis and its Golem" for lacanian ink 22, and "A Conversation with Alain Badiou" for lacanian ink 23. For The Symptom 9 he wrote "¿Dios ha muerto?". The Symptom 12 features his piece on "The Rio School Massacre."

RENA GRANT was a professor of English at New York University. She taught the British Novel at Women's Studies until her sudden death in 1992. Josefina Ayerza's "Rena Grant" appears in lacanian ink 10. Her article "Getting Daddy Do It for You" was published in lacanian ink 6, and "Characterhysterics II" was published in lacanian ink 8 and 10.

YASMINE GRASSER is a psychoanalyst and a member of L'École de la Cause freudienne, and of Le Champ freudien. Her article on "The Weight of Words" was published in lacanian ink 1.

IAN GREY describes himself as a writer of dark fiction. His text "What You Do" was published in lacanian ink 9.

RUSSELL GRIGG lives in Melbourne, Australia. He practices psychoanalysis and teaches philosophy at Deakin University. He just translated Jacques Lacan's Seminar XXVII: The Other Side of Psychoanalysia (W.W. Norton). His text "The Element of Sacrifice in Romantic Love" is published in lacanian ink 29.

PIERRE-GILLES GUÉGUEN is a Fench psychoanalyst who lives and works in Paris. He is a member of the École de la Cause freudienne. He contributes with The Short Session for The Symptom 10. For lacanian ink 34 he wrote "Ordinary Psychosis: the Extraordinary Case of Jean Genet", and for lacanian ink 35 he wrote "Freud and the Object of Our Transference to the Cause". He appears in lacanian ink 37 with "For Those Who Think That We Think For Ourselves", in lacanian ink 38 with "The Child As Object,"in lacanian ink 40 "The Other Who Does Not Exist and the Unconscious." LI43/44 — "Note on the Treatment of the Symptom by the Analytic Act;" LI45 - "When Fathers Take Themselves for Fathers."

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DAVID HAYMAN is a professor at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He is the author of numerous essays and the editor of the first version of Finnegans Wake. He also participated in the publication of James Joyce's complete manuscripts. His article "My Dinner With Jacques" was published in lacanian ink 11. "The Nora Whom Joyce 'Knew'" appears in lacanian ink 13.

PATRICK HEALY is a Dublin-born writer and scholar. He has performed readings of Finnegans Wake in Dublin, London, and Paris. He is the author of Up in the air and down and editor of Max Raphael's collected works in English. His text "Joyce: Through the Lacan Glass" was published in lacanian ink 11.

STEPHEN HEATH was one of the founders of Screen, the British journal devoted to film criticism. He is the author of Questions of Cinema (1980) and one the ideologues of "screen theory", labeled in America as "Marxist film theory". His Notes on Suture appears in The Symptom, Issue 8.

MARTIN HEIDEGGER was rector at the University of Freiburg from 1933 to 1934. In The Symptom 9 appear five of his rectoral addresses during that time: Schlageter from May 23, 1933; The University in the New Reich from June 30, 1933; German Students from November 3, 1933; Declaration of Support for Adolf Hitler and the National Socialist State from November 11, 1933; National Socialist Education from January 22, 1934.

BARBARA HENNING is the author of two collections of poetry, Smoking in the Twilight Bar and Love Makes Thinking Dark. She is the editor of Long News: In the Short Century. Her poem "Envelope" was published in lacanian ink 8, and "Watching Things Work" in lacanian ink 9.

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HUNTER HUNT-HENDRIX is the singer and guitarist of the Brooklyn-based black metal band Liturgy. Their debut album Renihilation was released in August 2009. He contributes to lacanian ink 35 with Transcendental Black Metal.

CRISTIANO HUSU was born in Rome and is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Connecticut at Stamford. He contributed the article "Le Mort Qui Parle: Communication and jouissance in Mathematics" to Issue 1 of The Symptom.

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KIRSTEN HYLDGAARD received her Ph.D. in Philosophy (1997) from the Institute of Philosophy, University of Copenhagen. She is an Associate Professor at the Department of Philosophy of Education at the Danish University of Education, Copenhagen. Her essay "The Conformity of Perversion" appears in The Symptom, Issue 5, and in The Symptom 10 she contributes with Sex as Fantasy and Sex as Symptom.


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