Michigan State University Press Journals, 2019
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Special Section: René Girard and Psychoanalysis
Pierpaolo Antonello and Alessandra Diazzi, "Introduction: Intersubjectivity, Desire, and Mimetic Theory: René Girard and Psychoanalysis"
Scott R. Garrels and Joy M. Bustrum, "From Mimetic Rivalry to Mutual Recognition: Girardian Theory and Contemporary Psychoanalysis"
Kathryn M. Frost, "Exploring Girard’s Concerns about Human Proximity: Attachment and Mimetic Theory in Conversation"
Martha J. Reineke, "The Broken Thread: Cervantes, Don Quijote, and War Trauma"
Alessandra Diazzi, "Notes on Elvio Fachinelli and René Girard: The Psychoanalysis of Dissent Meets Mimetic Theory"
Nidesh Lawtoo, "Violence and the Mimetic Unconscious (Part Two): The Contagious Hypothesis: Plato, Affect, Mirror Neurons"
Iwona Janicka, "New Way to Suffer: Girard, Rancière, and Political Subjectification"
Elisabetta Brighi, "Sentiments of Resentment: Desiring Others, Desiring Justice"
Cesáreo Bandera and Adam Ericksen, "René Girard, Friendship, and Battling to the End: A Conversation with Cesáreo Bandera"
John Choo, "A Mimetic Theoretical Approach to Multiculturalism: Normalizing the Singaporean Exception"
Lyle Enright, "“Divine but Not Sacred”: A Girardian Answer to Agamben’s The Kingdom and the Glory"
Pierre Santoni, "The French Revolution, Archives, and Mimetic Theory"
Nathan Lefler, "Two Kinds of Unanimity: St. Benedict, René Girard, and Modern Democratic Governance"
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