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Psychoanalysis and the global

Author: Ilan Kapoor
Publisher: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, [2018]
Series: Cultural geographies + rewriting the Earth.
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Explores the hole at the heart of the ""glObal"", meaning the instability and indecipherability that lies at the hub of globalization. The contributors use psychoanalysis to expose the unconscious  Read more...

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Title: Psychoanalysis and the global /
Database Name: WorldCat
All Authors / Contributors: Ilan Kapoor
ISBN: 9781496206800; 1496206800; 9781496207326; 1496207327
Notes: Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Content: Introduction / Ilan Kapoor -- Libidinal economy and political economy -- Faith, fantasy, and crisis : racialized financial discipline in Europe / Dan Bousfield -- The logic of humiliation in financial conquest / Maureen Sioh -- Beyond the end of the world : breaking attachment to a dying planet / Robert Fletcher -- Integrative and responsive desires : resources for an alternative political economy / Eleanor MacDonald -- Cultural anxieties -- "I love death" : war in Syria and the anxiety of the other / Anna Secor -- Empowering women: a symptom of development? / Chizu Sato -- Architectural enjoyment : Lefebvre and Lacan / Lucas Pohl -- Anamorphosis of capital : black holes, gothic monsters, and the will of God / Japhy Wilson -- The global in the local : desire, resistance and the city -- A feminist psychoanalytic perspective on glass architecture in Singapore / Nathan F. Bullock -- City life : glorification, desire and the unconscious size fetish / Adam Okulicz-Kozaryn and Rubia R. Valente -- Corruption, left castration, and the decay of an urban popular movement in Brazil : a melancholy story / Pieter de Vries -- The pervert vs. the hysteric : politics at Tahrir Square / Ilan Kapoor -- Epilogue: affect and the global rise of populism / Ilan Kapoor -- Contributors -- Index.
Description: xxxiv, 303 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Ilan Kapoor -- Libidinal economy and political economy -- Faith, fantasy, and crisis : racialized financial discipline in Europe / Dan Bousfield -- The logic of humiliation in financial conquest / Maureen Sioh -- Beyond the end of the world : breaking attachment to a dying planet / Robert Fletcher -- Integrative and responsive desires : resources for an alternative political economy / Eleanor MacDonald -- Cultural anxieties -- "I love death" : war in Syria and the anxiety of the other / Anna Secor -- Empowering women: a symptom of development? / Chizu Sato -- Architectural enjoyment : Lefebvre and Lacan / Lucas Pohl -- Anamorphosis of capital : black holes, gothic monsters, and the will of God / Japhy Wilson -- The global in the local : desire, resistance and the city -- A feminist psychoanalytic perspective on glass architecture in Singapore / Nathan F. Bullock -- City life : glorification, desire and the unconscious size fetish / Adam Okulicz-Kozaryn and Rubia R. Valente -- Corruption, left castration, and the decay of an urban popular movement in Brazil : a melancholy story / Pieter de Vries -- The pervert vs. the hysteric : politics at Tahrir Square / Ilan Kapoor -- Epilogue: affect and the global rise of populism / Ilan Kapoor -- Contributors -- Index.
Responsibility: edited and with an introduction by Ilan Kapoor.
Year: 2018
Standard Numbers: LCCN: 2017049908; National Library: 019062344
Class Descriptors: LC Class No.: HG173; Dewey No.: 306
Series: Cultural geographies + Rewriting the Earth; Variation: Cultural geographies + rewriting the Earth.
OCLC No.: 1020294841
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