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ENTRETIEN AVEC ELISABETH ROUDINESCO
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Elisabeth Roudinesco sur michel onfray
Elisabeth Roudinesco sur michel onfray
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Élisabeth Roudinesco parle avec Betty Milan
Élisabeth Roudinesco parle avec Betty Milan
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Elisabeth Roudinesco participa do programa Diálogos com Mario Sergio Conti - 13/10/2016
Elisabeth Roudinesco participa do programa Diálogos com Mario Sergio Conti - 13/10/2016
Published: 2016/10/14
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Elisabeth Roudinesco répond au navet anti Freud de Michel Onfray
Elisabeth Roudinesco répond au navet anti Freud de Michel Onfray
Published: 2011/08/07
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Généalogie de la perversion avec Élisabeth Roudinesco
Généalogie de la perversion avec Élisabeth Roudinesco
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Grand Angle : être de gauche en 2017 ? Et la primaire dans tout ça…
Grand Angle : être de gauche en 2017 ? Et la primaire dans tout ça…
Published: 2017/01/22
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Elisabeth Roudinesco - Lacan envers et contre tout
Elisabeth Roudinesco - Lacan envers et contre tout
Published: 2011/10/03
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Conferencia Elisabeth Roudinesco "La Actualidad de Lacan", 4 de septiembre 2013.
Conferencia Elisabeth Roudinesco "La Actualidad de Lacan", 4 de septiembre 2013.
Published: 2013/11/19
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Je souffre donc je jouis, avec Elisabeth Roudinesco
Je souffre donc je jouis, avec Elisabeth Roudinesco
Published: 2017/06/24
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ENTREVISTA COM ELIZABETH ROUDINESCO
ENTREVISTA COM ELIZABETH ROUDINESCO
Published: 2014/09/29
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Reseña de La Familia en Desorden de Élisabeth Roudinesco
Reseña de La Familia en Desorden de Élisabeth Roudinesco
Published: 2015/03/31
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ELISABETH ROUDINESCO ӏ "Livre e Comprometida" I Documentário
ELISABETH ROUDINESCO ӏ "Livre e Comprometida" I Documentário
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L'inconscient avec Elisabeth Roudinesco
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Élisabeth Roudinesco - Sigmund Freud en son temps et dans le notre
Élisabeth Roudinesco - Sigmund Freud en son temps et dans le notre
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O Humano e as Neurociências - Élisabeth Roudinesco
O Humano e as Neurociências - Élisabeth Roudinesco
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Elisabeth ROUDINESCO commission des lois sur le mariage pour tous. Subtitulos Español
Elisabeth ROUDINESCO commission des lois sur le mariage pour tous. Subtitulos Español
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Elisabeth Roudinesco - Sigmund Freud en son temps et dans le nôtre
Elisabeth Roudinesco - Sigmund Freud en son temps et dans le nôtre
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Café Filosófico: Pensamentos rebeldes e heranças cruzadas - Elisabeth Roudinesco
Café Filosófico: Pensamentos rebeldes e heranças cruzadas - Elisabeth Roudinesco
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Elisabeth ROUDINESCO : pourquoi la psychanalyse?
Elisabeth ROUDINESCO : pourquoi la psychanalyse?
Published: 2012/07/30
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Cátedra Simone de Beauvoir. Conferencia magistral. Elisabeth Roudinesco.
Cátedra Simone de Beauvoir. Conferencia magistral. Elisabeth Roudinesco.
Published: 2016/08/08
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Elisabeth ROUDINESCO commission des lois sur le mariage pour tous
Elisabeth ROUDINESCO commission des lois sur le mariage pour tous
Published: 2012/11/26
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Elisabeth Roudinesco – Neuroses e perversões
Elisabeth Roudinesco – Neuroses e perversões
Published: 2017/01/26
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Elisabeth Roudinesco – Psicotrópicos e sofrimento psíquico
Elisabeth Roudinesco – Psicotrópicos e sofrimento psíquico
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Nathalie Jaudel - La légende noire de Jacques Lacan
Nathalie Jaudel - La légende noire de Jacques Lacan
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Elisabeth Roudinesco : Jacques Lacan esquisse d
Elisabeth Roudinesco : Jacques Lacan esquisse d'une vie
Published: 2012/07/23
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Elisabeth Roudinesco - Os benefícios da melancolia
Elisabeth Roudinesco - Os benefícios da melancolia
Published: 2017/06/20
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Biografia de Freud com Elisabeth Roudinesco | Curta! Academia
Biografia de Freud com Elisabeth Roudinesco | Curta! Academia
Published: 2016/09/15
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Elisabeth Roudinesco-Freud en su tiempo y en el nuestro-Comentario
Elisabeth Roudinesco-Freud en su tiempo y en el nuestro-Comentario
Published: 2016/07/03
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Entrevista com Elizabeth Roudinesco
Entrevista com Elizabeth Roudinesco
Published: 2008/07/05
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Elisabeth ROUDINESCO : Freud, histoire et mémoire
Elisabeth ROUDINESCO : Freud, histoire et mémoire
Published: 2016/02/22
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Entrevista Elisabeth Roudinesco
Entrevista Elisabeth Roudinesco
Published: 2008/09/22
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ELISABETH ROUDINESCO ӏ Cientificismo I Entrevista
ELISABETH ROUDINESCO ӏ Cientificismo I Entrevista
Published: 2013/10/15
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Onfray, Elisabeth Roudinesco sur l'affabulation freudienne
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Elisabeth Roudinesco - As questões que mobilizam a juventude
Elisabeth Roudinesco - As questões que mobilizam a juventude
Published: 2017/05/04
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Elisabeth Roudinesco - O principal fator para o desenvolvimento da psicanálise
Elisabeth Roudinesco - O principal fator para o desenvolvimento da psicanálise
Published: 2017/03/31
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Agora des Savoirs - Elisabeth Roudinesco - Sigmund Freud en son temps et dans le nôtre
Agora des Savoirs - Elisabeth Roudinesco - Sigmund Freud en son temps et dans le nôtre
Published: 2014/12/17
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Elisabeth Roudinesco : "Souvent, on parle trop"
Elisabeth Roudinesco : "Souvent, on parle trop"
Published: 2009/10/05
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Entrevista com ELISABETH ROUDINESCO parte 1 de 2
Entrevista com ELISABETH ROUDINESCO parte 1 de 2
Published: 2010/12/07
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O carte pe zi - Élisabeth Roudinesco, La ce bun psihanaliza?
O carte pe zi - Élisabeth Roudinesco, La ce bun psihanaliza?
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El sonido de las letras: !Un mundo introspecto!, Élizabeth Roudinesco
El sonido de las letras: !Un mundo introspecto!, Élizabeth Roudinesco
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Elisabeth Roudinesco presentó "Historia y Memoria a propósito de Salvador Allende"
Elisabeth Roudinesco presentó "Historia y Memoria a propósito de Salvador Allende"
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Entrevista Elisabeth Roudinesco - Parte 3
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ELISABETH ROUDINESCO ӏ "Questão Judaica" I Entrevista
ELISABETH ROUDINESCO ӏ "Questão Judaica" I Entrevista
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Jacques le philosophe, le sophiste, le psychanalyste
Jacques le philosophe, le sophiste, le psychanalyste
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Entrevista Elisabeth Roudinesco - Parte 2
Entrevista Elisabeth Roudinesco - Parte 2
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Entrevista com ELISABETH ROUDINESCO parte 2 de 2
Entrevista com ELISABETH ROUDINESCO parte 2 de 2
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invité 12/13 : Elisabeth Roudinesco sur RCJ
invité 12/13 : Elisabeth Roudinesco sur RCJ
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INVENCIÓN DEL PSICOANÁLISIS- FREUD /español-francés
INVENCIÓN DEL PSICOANÁLISIS- FREUD /español-francés
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Élisabeth Roudinesco
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Élisabeth Roudinesco in 2007
Born 10 September 1944 (1944-09-10) (age 72)
Paris, France
Residence Paris
Nationality French
Fields Historian & Psychoanalyst
Influences Georges Canguilhem ; Michel Foucault ; Michel de Certeau ; Henri Ellenberger ; Jacques Lacan
Notable awards Prix Decembre 2014 & Prix des Prix 2014 for Freud, In His Time and Ours, Cambridge, H.U.P., 2016 and Prix de la Société française d'Histoire de la Médecine for Généalogies, Paris, Fayard, 1996

Élisabeth Roudinesco (Romanian: Rudinescu; born 10 September 1944) is a French historian and psychoanalyst, affiliated researcher in history at Paris Diderot University, in the group « Identités-Cultures-Territoires ».[1] She also conducts a seminar on the history of psychoanalysis at the École Normale Supérieure. Biographer of Jacques Lacan and Sigmund Freud, she mainly worked on the situation of psychoanalysis worldwide but also published on the history of French Revolution, perverts and perversion, philosophy and judaism. She has been awarded The Prix Décembre 2014 and The Prix des Prix 2014 for her biography of Freud, In his time and Ours translated at Harvard University Press. Her work has been translated into thirty languages.

Life[edit]

Roudinesco was born to half-Jewish parents in newly liberated Paris in September 1944, and grew up there. Her mother was Jenny Aubry, née Weiss, a daughter of the Judeo-Protestant bourgeoise, a renowned psychoanalyst and hospital neuro-paediatrician who spent her whole life looking after suffering children: abandoned, ill and in difficulty. She was an anglophile who, in the 1950s, introduced to France John Bowlby's theories on the importance of maternal care, and she worked in collaboration with the Tavistock Clinic in London. She was a friend of Jacques Lacan - and whose sister was the feminist Louise Weiss, of the Javal family. Her father was physician Alexandre Roudinesco, of Romanian origin, who had "a passion for history and a phenomenal library". He was born in Bucharest in a Jewish and francophile milieu, and his father had been an editor.[2]

She received her secondary education in Paris at the Collège Sévigné. She studied Literature at the Sorbonne, with a minor in Linguistics; her master's degree was supervised by Tzvetan Todorov, and her doctoral thesis, entitled Inscription du désir et roman du sujet, by Jean Levaillant at the Université Paris VIII-Vincennes in 1975.

She also took classes with Michel de Certeau, Gilles Deleuze and Michel Foucault at the time of her master's degree[citation needed]. She next defended her "habilitation à diriger des recherches" (H.D.R – the French accreditation needed to supervise doctoral dissertations) in 1991 with Michelle Perrot as supervisor and Alain Corbin, Dominique Lecourt, Jean-Claude Passeron, Robert Castel, and Serge Leclaire as members of the examining committee. This work was published under the title Généalogies.

From 1969 to 1981, she was a member of the École Freudienne de Paris, founded by psychoanalyst and philosopher Jacques Lacan. She was also a member of the editorial board of Action Poétique (1969–1979). She has written for French national newspapers, Libération (1986–1996), and then Le Monde since 1996.

For the past 30 years, she has been married to, Olivier Bétourné, CEO of Le Seuil.

Methodology[edit]

Literary[edit]

In the 1970s, Elisabeth Roudinesco's first works dealt with literary criticism, notably with Raymond Roussel, Antonin Artaud, Bertolt Brecht and Louis-Ferdinand Céline. At that time, her work concerned linking a singular trajectory and an author's work, without resorting to psycho-biography, in other words, the psychologization of literary work by the clinical study of its author. This approach allowed her to demonstrate that most of 20th century literature has been influenced by the history of Freudianism and psychological medicine based on the theory of degeneration.[3]

History of psychoanalysis in France[edit]

From 1979, Elisabeth Roudinesco writes a history of psychoanalysis in France. At that time, the main model was still the biography, because the archives and documents of the psychoanalytical movement were still in the hand of Freud's heirs.

Indeed, this model corresponded to the historiographical trend centered on the notion of the founding father figure; a trend which is at the core of any quest of origins. However, this model has gradually declined.

Considering how psychoanalysis was established as a movement and system of thought, Elisabeth Roudinesco asserted that France was the only country where all the necessary conditions were gathered together, over a long period of time, to successfully establish Freudianism in scientific and cultural life. According to Elisabeth Roudinesco, this favorable situation dated back first to the French Revolution of 1789 which provided a scientific and legal legitimacy to reason, heed/gaze over madness, giving birth to the institution of the asylum. Then, the Dreyfus affair, which has precipitated the arrival of intellectuals' self-awareness as a class. Designating themselves as an 'avant-garde', they furnished fruitful and innovative ideas. Finally, the emergence of literary modernity with Baudelaire, Rimbaud and Lautréamont, who enunciate, in a new style of writing, the project of changing man through "I is another".

Ellenberger[edit]

Scholarly historiography emerged with such work as Henri Ellenberger's The Discovery of the Unconscious: The History and Evolution of Dynamic Psychiatry, first published in 1970. Though this book had been known in English-speaking countries since that date, the book (published in French in 1974) remained largely unnoticed in France. Elisabeth Roudinesco republished it with a lengthy new preface in 1994.[4]

In his work, Ellenberger developed a conceptuality of freudianism founded on archivistics and reference to the concepts of "mental tools", "long length" and "system of thought". This last category proposed presenting doctrines in their own terms and structures. The study of the system of thought of dynamic psychiatry, psychotherapies and psychological medicine no longer echoes back to a single founder, but to a plurality of singular itineraries, shattering the biographic model.[4]

From Ellenberger's thesis, Elisabeth Roudinesco retained several guiding principles, while adding methodology derived from the works of the French epistemological school: Georges Canguilhem and Michel Foucault. Thus, the study of system of thought becomes the form in which, at a given time, knowledge achieves independence, finding balance and entering into communication: a history of a man who thinks, systems which intertwine, but also a critical analysis of the concepts of consciousness and subject of knowledge.[4]

Lacan[edit]

In 1993, Elisabeth Roudinesco published a biography of French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan. From 1938, Lacan felt preoccupied by the generalized decline of the patriarchy and tried, like Freud and the English school, to promote the father figure within Western society, under the form of a symbolic function. Roudinesco highlighted the fact that the genius of Lacan's work is the introduction of elements from German philosophy (e.g., Nietzsche, Hegel, Heidegger) within the Freudian doctrine – creating a phenomenon Freud would have never conceived himself, since he built his theory on a biological model (darwinism), by consciously refusing to consider and include any philosophical discourses, contemporary or ancient, in his thought process.

Critic[edit]

Physician and philosopher Raymond Tallis wrote a scathing review of the first English language translation of Roudinesco's biography, stating "The innocence with which Roudinesco reports all kinds of clinical cock-ups [in Lacan's medical career] makes this book a particularly disturbing read for a medic."[5] On the opposite, John Forester, Former head of Department History and Philosophy of Science at Cambridge University praised her work by saying that it is the most subtle and valuable work done on a national situation alongside with the work of Nathan Hale done on the American situation of psychoanalysis.

Théroigne de Mericourt[edit]

From the study of the melancholic Théroigne de Mericourt (1989), early feminist and famous case of the annals of French alienism – she has been 'gazed' by Etienne Esquirol in La Salpêtrière – Roudinesco think the French Revolution is a paradigm in the French situation of Freudianism. For Roudinesco, it was necessary to include the analysis of patients into the analysis of doctrines as a major constituting element of the discourses of psychopathology.

Freudianism and politic[edit]

Roudinesco think that invariant conditions are required to introduce Freudian ideas and establish psychoanalytical movement in a given space. First, a psychiatric knowledge must have been previously constituted, namely a gaze over madness able to conceptualize the notion of mental illness to the detriment of explanation such as divine possession. Secondly, the existence of a State of right capable of guaranteeing the free practice of a transmission like the transferential kind.

Whenever one or both of theses elements are lacking it explains why the establishment of Freudianism has not been possible (era of the world influenced by Islam or whom the organization is still tribal) or its disappearance ( under totalitarian regime, nazism and communism). She notices that military dictatorship didn't refrain the expansion of psychoanalysis in South American (notably Brazil and Argentina). Roudinesco assesses that caudillo regimes didn't try to eradicate psychoanalysis as "jewish science" as did Nazism in the years 1933–1944 nor as a "bourgeois science" as did communism over the period 1945–1989.[6]

Political standing[edit]

Since 1997, she has expressed political standing in various public debates. She stands in debates such as laicity, cloning, genetics, innate and acquired. She fiercely criticized INSERM's reports of experts over psychotherapies. In that sense, she is one of the very first signer of Pas de Zéro de Conduite's petition against systematic detection of delinquency of children under three years of age, as advocated by another INSERM's reports.

Bibliography[edit]

Her book, a biography of Sigmund Freud, has been awarded the Prix Decembre 2014 and then, the Prix des Prix 2014. Professor of Psychology, Jacques Van Rillaer has produced a critical review of this book.[7] On the opposite, John Forester, Former head of Department History and Philosophy of Science at Cambridge University praised her work by saying that it is the most subtle and valuable work done on a national situation alongside with the work of Nathan Hale done on the American situation of psychoanalysis.

Available in English

  • Jacques Lacan & Co.: a history of psychoanalysis in France, 1925–1985, 1990, Chicago, Chicago University Press
  • Madness and Revolution: The Lives and Legends of Theroigne De Mericourt, 1993, Verso.
  • Jacques Lacan, 1999, New York, Columbia University Press.
  • Why Psychoanalysis? 2003, New York, Columbia University Press (European Perspectives: A Series in Social Thought and Cultural Criticism)
  • "The Mirror stage: an obliterated archive" in The Cambridge Companion to Lacan, Jean-Michel Rabaté dir., 2003, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
  • For What Tomorrow... : A Dialogue with Jacques Derrida, 2004, Palo Alto, Stanford University Press.
  • "Psychoanalysis" in The Columbia History of Twentieth-Century French Thought, Lawrence D. Kriztman dir., 2006, New York, Columbia University Press.
  • Philosophy in Turbulent Times: Canguilhem, Sartre, Foucault, Althusser, Deleuze, Derrida, 2008, New York, Columbia University Press.
  • « Lacan, The Plague »,Psychoanalysis and History, ed. John Forrester, Teddington, Artesian Books, 2008.
  • "Humanity and its gods: atheism", Psychoanalysis and History, ed. Julia Borossa and Ivan Ward, Volume 11, Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press.
  • Our Dark Side, a History of Perversion, Cambridge, Polity Press, 2009.
  • Revisiting the Jewish Question, Cambridge, Polity Press, 2013.
  • Lacan. In Spite of Everything, London, Verso Books, 2014.
  • with philosopher Alain Badiou: Lacan. Past and Present, New York, Columbia University Press, 2014.
  • Freud, In His time and Ours, Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 2016.

Available in Spanish

  • Diccionario de Psicoanalisis, con Michel Plon, 1998, Ediciones Paidos.
  • Pensar La Locura, Ensayos sobre Michel Foucault, con J.Postel y G. Canguilhem, 1999, Paidos Argentina.
  • Por Que El Psicoanalisis? 2000, Paidos Argentina.
  • Lacan – Esbozo de una vida, Historia de un sistema de pensamiento, 2000, Fondo De Cultura Economica USA.
  • La Familia en Desorden, 2003, Fondo De Cultura Economica USA.
  • El Paciente, El Terapeuta y El Estado, 2005, Siglo XXI.
  • Nuestro lado oscuro – oskuro, Anagrama cheto.

Available in French

  • Initiation à la linguistique générale, 1967, Paris, L'Expansion scientifique française.
  • Un Discours au réel : théorie de l'inconscient et politique de la psychanalyse, 1973, Tours, Mame.
  • L'Inconscient et ses lettres, 1975, Tours, Mame.
  • Pour une politique de la psychanalyse, 1977, Paris, La Découverte.
  • La Psychanalyse mère et chienne, avec H.Deluy, 1979, Paris, Union Générale d'Editions.
  • Théroigne de Méricourt. Une femme mélancolique sous la Révolution, 1989, Paris, Le Seuil.
  • Jacques Lacan. Esquisse d'une vie, histoire d'un système de pensée, 1993, Paris, Fayard.
  • Histoire de la psychanalyse en France, vol.1, 1994, Paris, Fayard.
  • Histoire de la psychanalyse en France, vol.2, 1994, Paris, Fayard.
  • Généalogies, 1994, Paris, Fayard.
  • Dictionnaire de la psychanalyse, avec Michel Plon, 1997, Paris, Fayard.
  • Pourquoi la psychanalyse?, 1999, Paris, Fayard.
  • Au-delà du conscient : histoire illustrée de la psychiatrie et de la psychanalyse, avec J.P. Bourgeron et P.Morel, 2000, Paris, Hazan.
  • L'Analyse, l'archive, 2001, Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France.
  • La Famille en désordre, 2002, Paris, Fayard.
  • Le Patient, le thérapeute et l'État, 2004, Paris, Fayard.
  • Philosophes dans la tourmente, 2005, Paris, Fayard.
  • La part obscure de nous-mêmes – Une histoire des pervers, Albin Michel, Paris, 2007.
  • Retour sur la question juive, Albin Michel, Paris, 2009.

Available in Italian

  • Jacques Lacan : profilo di una vita, storia di un sistema di pensiero, Milano: R. Cortina, 1995.
  • Perché la Psicanalisi? prefazione di Giancarlo Ricci, Roma: Editori Riuniti, 2000.
  • Quale domani...? con Jacques Derrida, Torino : Bollati Boringhieri, 2004.
  • Antropologia della cura, A cura di Elisabeth Roudinesco e Roberto Beneduce, Bollati Boringhieri, 2005
  • Antropologia e Psicanalisi. Vol. I Etnopsicanalisi. Temi e protagonisti di un dialogo incompiuto. Vol. II Antropologia della cura, Torino, Bollati Boringhieri, 2005. A cura di Elisabeth Roudinesco e Roberto Beneduce.
  • La famiglia in disordine, Roma : Meltemi, 2006.
  • La parte oscura di noi stessi.Una storia dei perversi, Colla Editore 2008

Available in German

  • Die Geschichte der Psychoanalyse in Frankreich. Band I, 1994
  • Die Geschichte der Psychoanalyse in Frankreich. Band II, 1998
  • Jacques Lacan. Bericht über ein Leben. Geschichte eines Denksystems, 1996, Kiepenheuer & Witsch.
  • Wozu Psychoanalyse?, 2002, Klett-Cotta.
  • Wörterbuch der Psychoanalyse, 2004, Wien, Springer.
  • Woraus wird Morgen gemacht sein? Ein Dialog, J.Derrida, 2006, Klett-Cotta.

Available in Portuguese

  • Jacques Lacan, Zahar, 1994.
  • Théroigne de Méricourt – Uma Mulher Melancólica durante a Revolução, Zahar, 1997.
  • Dicionario de psicanalise, Michel Plon, Zahar, 1998.
  • De Que Amanhã..., Jacques Derrida, Zahar, 2004.
  • Filósofos na tormenta,Canguilhem, Sartre, Foucault, Althusser, Deleuze e Derrida, Zahar, 2008.
  • A Parte Obscura de Nós Mesmo, Zahar, 2009.
  • Retorno à Questão Judaica, Zahar, 2010.
  • Lacan, a Despeito de Tudo e de Todos, Zahar, 2011.

Available in Polish

  • Elisabeth Roudinesco, Jacques Lacan. Jego życie i myśl, Wydawnictwo KR, Warszawa 2005.

Critical literature[edit]

  • Nathalie Jaudel
    • Roudinesco, plagiaire de soi-même. suivi de : Lacan, Maurras et les Juifs. Éditions navarin, Paris, 2011
    • La légende noire de Jacques Lacan : Élisabeth Roudinesco et sa méthode historique. Éditions navarin, Paris, 2014

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.ict.univ-paris-diderot.fr/membres/eroudinesco
  2. ^ https://www.timeshighereducation.com/books/review-freud-in-his-time-and-ours-elisabeth-roudinesco-harvard-university-press
  3. ^ Roudinesco, L'inconscient et ses lettres, Mame, 1979
  4. ^ a b c partially based on Roudinesco, Généalogies, Paris, Fayard, 1994
  5. ^ Tallis, Raymond (1997) "The Shrink from Hell". The Times Higher Education Supplement, 31 October 1997, p. 20.
  6. ^ part written based on the interview : « Parcours de recherche », entretien avec Frédéric Gros et Franck Chaumon, Raisons politiques, 25, 2007
  7. ^ [1] Note de lecture de Jacques Van Rillaer

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