Hurly-Burly (journal)

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Hurly-Burly  
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Discipline Psychoanalysis
Language English
Edited by Adrian Price
Publication details
Publisher
New Lacanian School
Publication history
2009–present
Frequency Biannual
Indexing
ISSN 2101-0307
OCLC no. 429153449
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Hurly-Burly: The International Lacanian Journal of Psychoanalysis, was established by Jacques-Alain Miller in 2009 to replace the bilingual Bulletin of the NLS (2007–9). The journal is published biannually for the Freudian Field by the New Lacanian School.

Besides representing the members of the Societies and affiliated groups that make up the New Lacanian School, the journal regularly features translations of work by Jacques Lacan, Jacques-Alain Miller, and Éric Laurent.

The first issue was judged as "absolutely essential reading for anyone interested in psychoanalysis in the Lacanian orientation today".[1][2] In Tel Aviv in 2012, Éric Laurent, the former President of the World Association of Psychoanalysis, took pains "to iterate just what an instrument of public service the journal of the New Lacanian School is".[3]

Editors[edit]

The Hurly-Burly editorial committee rotates every four issues. To date, the editors-in-chief have been:

  • Sophie Marret-Maleval (Issues 1-4)
  • Adrian Price (Issues 5-8)
  • Victoria Woollard (Issues 9-12).

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Svolos, T., "Reading Hurly-Burly Late into the Night" in Lacanian Compass, 14 p. 45.
  2. ^ This remark was reiterated by Joel Goldbach in his review of Hurly-Burly Issue 2 in Umbr(a): Writing, 2010, p. 144.
  3. ^ Laurent, E., "Address at the Xth Congress of the NLS", Tel Aviv, June 2012, Lacan.com

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