Radio Lacan and the edges of the feminine: Was will der Mann? On l'inde-sens of the time
On November 29 and 30 the XXIIIrd Annual Study-Days of the EOL will be held, under the title: "Borders of the Feminine. Sexualities, motherhood, women of today". In relation to this event Radio Lacan decided to contribute to these Study-Days making use of the 2011 English film directed by Steve Mc Queen, Shame, in order to read from there the feminization of the World "contemporary aspiration to femininity". On this occasion we invite Carlos Gustavo Motta. Carlos Gustavo Motta is a psychoanalyst and filmmaker, in Buenos Aires, Member of the EOL and the WAP. He is Doctor in Psychology and post-doctoral fellow in Humanities and Social Sciences (UBA). He is responsible for GRIPSI, "Department of psychoanalytic studies on HIV/AIDS / STI in the subjectivity of the time" (ICdeBA) and responsible for the cycle of Applied psychoanalytic Studies to cinema (EOL) since September 2004. He is the author of several essays, the latest published by Editorial Paidos "Films which Lacan saw and applied to Psychoanalysis".