Program: November 2021 Houston Freudian Field Library-Fibol NLS New Lacanian School. LC Lacanian Compass. Houston, Tx.

11/6 READING SEMINAR: Childhood and Adolescence – 10:15AM – 11:40AM CST 

“What do Children Dream about?” Edited by Enric Berenguer. Authors: Jacques-Alain Miller and others. NED Edit. 2020. Chapter “Children’s Dreams” by Silvia Elena Tendlarz. Discussants: Carmen Navarro-Nino; Maurien Caron).  To participate in this online activity, please send your email to:  hffl.lacanianreadings@gmail.com  

 

11/6 CONVERSATION: Lacanian Compass Houston – 11:45AM – 12:30PM CST 

Miller, J.A. “The Trumanos” (2007). Discussants: M. Acuña; M. Caron ; L Hojman-Davis; C Navarro-Nino. To participate in this online activity, please send your email address to Lacaniancompasshoustontx@gmail.com 

 Contact: Maurien Caron. 

 

11/10 READING SEMINAR: Life and Ordinary Psychosis – 7:30PM – 8:40PM CST 

Lacan, J. “The Psychoses. The Seminar of Jacques Lacan, Book III” (1955-1956). Edited by Jacques-Alain Miller. Translated by Russell Grigg. Chapter XIX (Sub-chapter 3, pp. 242) Discussants: Carmen Navarro-Nino; Maurien Caron). To participate in this online activity, please send your email to:  hffl.lacanianreadings@gmail.com    


11/10 ZADIG: Psychoanalysis and Politics, Reading and Conversation – 8:45PM – 9:30PM CST
 

“Lacanian Politics and the Impasses of Democracy Today” (2018) in Psychoanalytical Notebooks, Issue 32. The London Society of the NLS. Text: “Why does Politics Need to be Enlightened by Psychoanalysis Today?” By Gil Caroz. To participate in this online activity, please send your email to:  hffl.lacanianreadings@gmail.com   

 

 

*11/13 INSTITUTIONAL MEETING Houston Freudian Field Library – FIBOL, LC, NLS – 10:00AM CST and AFFILIATED OF HFFL – 10:30AM 

Semi-annual meeting for HFFL Committee followed by Assembly of Afíliated of HFFL. Agenda: Institutional matters, Checks and Balances of 2021, and Program of activities for 2022 

 

Academic coordination: Luis F Nino G and Marianela Bermúdez-Cuns    

     Open online Participant Readers:   

  

Carmen Navarro-Nino.      

Edgar V. Marín.      

Marianela Bermúdez-Cuns.      

Valeria Ravier.      

Maurien Carón.     

Adriane de Freitas-Barroso.      

Leila Yabiku-Sanchez.        

Melissa Toro.      

Grecia Briceño-Parra.      

Micaela I.Leni L.      

Gabriela Depine.      

Cecilia Olmo.    

Guida Marroquín.   

  

 Readings on Psychoanalysis Cultural and Clinical Connections. 

 Readings of Lacan’s Ecrits .A Selection by Jacques Lacan (1901-1981)
This book is a selection of “ECRITS” originally published in French by Editions      Seuil 1966. Texts: J Lacan Seminar Books 3, 11, 18 and 23.
The Seminar of Jacques Lacan. Texts Selection.
Jacques-Alain Miller, The Lacanian Orientation. Eric Laurent. Sigmund Freud.  Texts Selection.
   

Houston Freudian Field Library -Fibol. New Lacanian School. Lacanian Compass. Lacanian Orientation. Open By appointment.  

   

Carmen Navarro-Nino.  

AP AMP, NEL and NLS member. Responsible for the HFFL 


Maria-Cristina Aguirre.  

AME AMP, NEL and NLS member. Responsible for the HFFL  

   

Maurien E. Caron.  

AP LC member. Responsible for the HFFL 

   

Contact us at Tel: 281 318 9579        

 Hfflibrary@gmail.com     

 To participate in Zoom, online activity, please send your email to:  hffl.lacanianreadings@gmail.com    

 carmennavarronino@Yahoo.es    

      The Freudian Field was created by Jacques Lacan in February 1979. *Note: For information about the World Association of Psychoanalysis visit:     

World Association of Psychoanalysis WAP      

Asociación Mundial de Psicoanálisis https://www.wapol.org/ El Campo Freudiano  Asociación Mundial de Psicoanálisis  

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