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  • Struggling with Lack

    "The purpose of this paper is to contribute to research on organizational identity by developing a psychoanalytic perspective. In particular, the author draws on Lacanian theorizing to explore how organizational identity discourse is informed by imaginary constructions of subjectivity."

  • Beyond the Dyad

    Beyond the Dyad

    "My suggestion here is that our current emphasis on the dyad, rather than simply reflecting empirical reality more accurately, is itself part of a set of practices and tacit assumptions that go beyond and produce that reality."

  • Psychoanalysis, Gender, and Culture

    Psychoanalysis, Gender, and Culture

    "Creating a dialogue between feminism, anthropology, and psychoanalysis, she holds that feminism, anthropology, and other cultural theories require that psychoanalysts take seriously how cultural meanings help to constitute psychic life."

  • Love, Violence, and Erotic Domination

    Love, Violence, and Erotic Domination

    "Feminist writers have begun to examine the complicated process by which human beings are socialized in light of psychological theories of the self."

  • Queer Theory and Leadership

    "Queer theory facilitates exploration of that which is difficult to talk about, and applying it to the managers’ talk allows articulation of their lay theory of leadership."