PROGRAMME
London Society of the New Lacanian School Programme 2017-2018

To Download the Programme for 2017-2018 Click here.

Please also see the LS2 Calendar which contains information, maps and links.


NLS Seminar – with Sophie Marret-Maleval
Saturday, 19th May 2018 – 2-5pm

Knotting Seminar – Towards the Congress

We are delighted to welcome Sophie Marret-Maleval (AMS of the ECF and the NLS), former Professor of English Literature at Rennes University and currently teaching in the Department of Psychoanalysis at Paris VIII, to speak to us on the theme of Transference Love as part of a series of seminars leading up to the annual Congress of the NLS, which will be held in Paris, under the title: "In a State of Transference: Wild, Political, Psychoanalytic". Our guest will take her point of departure from a quote by Lacan on her chosen theme.

The event will be preceded in the morning session by a session of our Contemporary Lacanian Clinic (a case-based discussion group for practitioners only, prior registration required). For further details, please consult our Lacanian Clinic page, which will be updated shortly.

The Bloomsbury Suite,
Student Central (formerly ULU),
Malet Street,
London
WC1E 7HY

All are welcome.
Tickets £15 in advance, £20 on the door

(Please bring along proof of payment to the seminar)


Lacanian Lessons 2017-2018 – "Identifications, Desire, Discourse"
Conway Hall – begins Wednesday, 1 November 2017

This year's Lacanian Lesson's Seminar discuss the theme: "Identifications, Desire, Discourse: in and out of the Clinic".
For the argument click here!

Series organised and directed by Bogdan Wolf.

DATES: WEDNESDAYS, 18.00 – 20.00: 1 November and 13 December 2017; 17 January, 7 February, 14 March, 18 April (Brockway Room), 9 May, 13 June, and 4 July 2018.

ADMISSION: £15 on the door, £10 online (£80 for the series)

Next Seminar: 9th of May 2018, 6-8pm

Whole Series:


 

Laboratory for Lacanian Politics 2017-2018
Saturday, 12 May 2018

Laboratory for Lacanian Politics ­ Workshop

In this fifth seminar of our current series, the Laboratory will be preparing the way towards a special event organised in collaboration with the Freud Museum and The Lacanian Review (an English language journal of the NLS and the WAP) – namely, a marathon reading of the entire text of Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego,which will take place in Freud's house in Hampstead, some 80 years after he was forced to move here with his family, from Vienna, in order to escape persecution by the Nazis. The seminar will introduce the text and its continuing importance to the politics of our time, while situating the event within the context of the continuing work of the Laboratory and Lacanian Action more generally.

Please go to The Laboratory page for further details about this special and unique event.