Topologies of trauma : essays on the limit of knowledge and memory / edited by Linda Belau and Petar Ramadanovic. - New York : Other Press c2002. - xxvii, 284 p. ; 24 cm. - Contemporary theory series .

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Machine generated contents note: I. Recollection 1 -- 1. "Das Vergangene wirdgewuJ3t, das Gewuj3te aber wird erzihlt": -- Trauma, Forgetting, and Narrative in F. W. J. Schelling's Die Weltalter 3 -- David Farrell Krell -- 2. Interminable AIDS 33 -- William Haver -- 3. Demarcations: Pathetic, Unfinished Thoughts on a Life by Default 53 -- Fadi Abou-Rihan -- 4. One Train May Be Hiding Another: History, Memory, Identity,and the Visual Image 61 -- Thomas Elsaesser -- II. Repetition 73 -- 5. The Psychical Nature of Trauma: Freud's Dora, the Young Homosexual Woman, and the Fort! Da! Paradigm 75 -- Ellie Ragland -- 6. An Interview with Jean Laplanche 101 -- Cathy Caruth -- 7. The Catastrophe of Narcissism: Telling Tales of Love 127 -- Charles Shepherdson -- 8. Trauma, Repetition, and the Hermeneutics of Psychoanalysis 151 -- Linda Belau -- III. Working-Through 177 -- 9. In the Future. : On Trauma and Literature 179 -- Petar Ramadanovic -- 10. Obstinate Forgetting in Chile: Radical Injustice and the -- Possibility of Community 211 -- Brett Levinson -- 11. Representation, History, and Trauma: Abstract Art after 1945 233 -- Herman Rapaport -- 12. Transcryptum 251 -- Bracha Lichtenberg Ettinger.

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Psychic trauma--Treatment--Philosophy.

RC552.T7 / T67 2002

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