In collaboration with the International Society for Psychoanalysis and Philosophy (SIPP-ISPP).
Since 2001 Figures of the Unconscious has served as an international platform where philosophers and psychoanalysts reflect on the complex relations between their disciplines. Psychoanalysis occupies a crucial position within contemporary philosophical thinking. It necessarily implies a theory of what it is to be human, and also inevitably speaks to political philosophy, feminism and gender studies. This high quality peer-reviewed series articulates different aspects of these relations in a non-dogmatic manner and in ways that are relevant for contemporary debates.
Editors-in-Chief Beatriz Santos (Université de Paris) Philippe Van Haute (Radboud University)
Herman Westerink (Radboud University) Daniela Finzi (Freud Museum Vienna) Jeff Bloechl (Boston College)
Lisa Baraitser (Birkbeck College, London), Rudolf Bernet (KU Leuven), Rachel Blass (Heythrop College, London), Guillaume Silbertin Blanc (Université Toulouse II – Le Mirail), Richard Boothby (Loyola University, Maryland), Marcus Coelen (Berlin), Jozef Corveleyn (KU Leuven), Monique David-Ménard (Université de Paris), Rodrigo De La Fabián (Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago de Chile), Jens De Vleminck (Leuven), Eran Dorfman (University of Tel Aviv), Tomas Geyskens (Leuven), Patrick Guyomard (Université de Paris), Ari Hirvonen ✝ (University of Helsinki), Laurie Laufer (Université de Paris), Paul Moyaert (KU Leuven), Elissa Marder (Emory University, Atlanta), Paola Marrati (Johns Hopkins University), Claire Nioche (Université Paris XIII), Claudio Oliveira (Universidade Federal Fluminense), Guilherme Massara Rocha (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais), Elizabeth Rottenberg (De Paul University, Chicago), Vladimir Safatle (Universidade de São Paulo), Stella Sanford (Kingston College), Charles Shepherdson (State University of New York at Albany), Celine Surprenant (Paris), Antônio Teixeira (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais), Patrick Vandermeersch (University of Groningen), Johan Van Der Walt (University of Luxemburg), Veronica Vasterling (Radboud University), Wilfried Ver Eecke, (Georgetown University), Jamieson Webster (The New School, New York)
Proposals The board accepts manuscripts for review from both members and non-members of the SIPP-ISPP and aims to publish two volumes a year. The series welcomes book proposals for both monographs and edited volumes that conform to the series aims and scope.