(Post)apartheid Conditions : Psychoanalysis and Social Formation

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    Author: By (author)  D. Hook
    Format: Hardback
    More Product Information 1: Table of contents
    Introduction 1. The Monumental Uncanny 2. Apartheid's Corps Morcele 3. Retrieving Biko 4. 'Impossibility' and the Retrieval of Apartheid History 5. Apartheid's Lost Attachments 6. Mimed Melancholia 7. Screened History Conclusion References ...

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    "I believe that this book is central reading for all South Africans that are trying to navigate an ethical path through social formations that are at times both enthralling and appalling to our sensitivities. Hook offers a set of lenses and a sophisticated understanding of psychoanalytic concepts to navigate our way - leading to an altogether unsettling viewpoint that nevertheless holds the promise of working through rather than repetition." (Lisa Saville ng PINS Psychology in Society Vol. 51 2016)...

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    "I believe that this book is central reading for all South Africans that are trying to navigate an ethical path through social formations that are at times both enthralling and appalling to our sensitivities. Hook offers a set of lenses and a sophisticated understanding of psychoanalytic concepts to navigate our way - leading to an altogether unsettling viewpoint that nevertheless holds the promise of working through rather than repetition." (Lisa Saville ng PINS Psychology in Society Vol. 51 2016)...

    More Product Information 4: About D. Hook
    Derek Hook is a Lecturer in Psychosocial Studies at Birkbeck College University of London UK. He is the author of Foucault Psychology and the Analytics of Power and A Critical Psychology of the Postcolonial . He is a research fellow of the Independent Social Research Foundation and a lead researcher in the Apartheid Archive Project. ...