On 17th November 2013, the French writer Christine Angot was the guest at the 43th Days of ECF: "Trauma in the analytical cure" *. An intervention of great strength, read by the author, was followed by a conversation with Jacques-Alain Miller, Marie-Hélène Brousse and Christiane Alberti. Listeners will hear an unusual testimony of what can be called "the emergence of writing".
Christine Angot is a French writer who has published a large number of novels since 1990, including: Incest, Pour quoi le Brésil? and A holiday week. Her latest book is La petite foule, published in 2014.
Jacques-Alain Miller is a psychoanalyst in Paris, AME (Analyst member of the School) of the ECF and member of the WAP (which he founded in 1992). He is Scientific Director of the Department of Psychoanalysis at Paris 8. Marie-Hélène Brousse is a psychoanalyst in Paris, AME (Analyst member of the School) of the ECF and member of the WAP. She is Professor in the Department of Psychoanalysis at Paris 8 University, and the Clinical Section of Paris-Ile de France.
Christiane Alberti is a psychoanalyst in Toulouse, AME (Analyst member of the School) of the ECF and member of the WAP. He is Professor of the Department of Psychoanalysis at University Paris 8. He is coordinates of the Clinical school in Toulouse.
Radio Lacan gives many thanks to Christine Angot’s for her authorization to broadcast her speech.
Christine Angot’s presentation at the 43th Days of ECF: “Trauma in the analytical cure” with Jacques-Alain Miller, Marie-Hélène Brousse and Christiane Alberti
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50:38 minutes | Audio in French | Recorded 17.11.2013