Radio Lacan has wanted to be present in the preparation of the annual meeting of the Schools of the WAP.
On 6th and 7th December, the ELP will hold their 13th Conference, which is entitled "Election of the sex. From standard to invention".
We think that cinema addresses some of these elections from different perspectives, and we've invited some of our colleagues from the various schools of the WAP so they could give us little hints about how they think that some film director in particular deals with this issue.
On this ocassion we invite who will tell us the film “Boys don’t cry”, from 1999, by the director Kimberly Peirce.
Angelina Harari is AME, member of the EBP and the WAP. She is currently a member of the Bureau of FAPOL. She is responsable for the Journal Opção Lacaniana, Revista Brasileira e Internacional de Psicanálise. (Lacanian Option). She is the author of the book: "Clínica Lacaniana da Psicose: de Clérambault à Inconsistencia do Outro". (Lacanian Clinic of Psychosis: from Clerembault to the inconsistency of the Other).
Edition: Carmen Conca. Carmen Conca is a psychoanalyst in Zaragoza, member of the ELP and the WAP. Correspondent in Spain and member of Radio Lacan’s International Committee.
To have a body?
By Angelina Harari
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11:25 minutes | Audio in Spanish | Recorded 30.11.2014