Julia Kristeva Interviews

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Overview

A collection of 22 interviews and one personal essay, Julia Kristeva Interviews presents an intimate and accessible portrait of one of France's most important critical thinkers and intellectual personalities.

Columbia University Press

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Journal for the Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society

It is perhaps edifying to take Kristeva's work as a whole, in order that we may best consider her complex balances of interdisciplinary concerns. In his recent collection of Kristeva's interviews, Ross Mitchell Guberman gives us the opportunity to do just that, in a space that affords us, additionally, a fresh perspective on this theorist's personal and intellectual developments.

Journal for the Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society
It is perhaps edifying to take Kristeva´s work as a whole, in order that we may best consider her complex balances of interdisciplinary concerns. In his recent collection of Kristeva´s interviews, Ross Mitchell Guberman gives us the opportunity to do just that, in a space that affords us, additionally, a fresh perspective on this theorist´s personal and intellectual developments.
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Meet the Author

Ross Mitchell Guberman is the translator of Kristeva's New Maladies of the Soul.

Columbia University Press

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Editor's Introduction
1 Julia Kristeva in Person: France-Culture broadcast 3
2 Intellectual Roots 12
3 A Conversation with Julia Kristeva 18
4 Cultural Strangeness and the Subject in Crisis 35
5 The Ethics and Practice of Love 61
6 Black Sun: Melancholia and Creation 78
7 On New Maladies of the Soul 85
8 Woman Is Never What We Say: Psych et Po group, French Women's Liberation Movement 95
9 "unes femmes": The Woman Effect 103
10 Feminism and Psychoanalysis 113
11 Women and Literary Institutions 122
12 Memories of Sofia: Le Nouvel observateur essay 137
13 America: A Society on the Move 141
14 Psychoanalysis and Politics 146
15 Interview: The Old Man and the Wolves 162
16 General Principles in Semiotics 179
17 Intertextuality and Literary Interpretation 188
18 Reading and Writing 204
19 Avant-Garde Practice 211
20 On Celine: Music and the "Blunder" 229
21 Proust: "A Search for Out Time" 235
22 On The Samurai 242
23 Julia Kristeva Speaks Out 257
Notes 271
Bibliography 281
Index 287
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