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A/Prof. Russell Grigg
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Russell Grigg teaches philosophy and psychoanalytic studies at the Geelong campus of Deakin University. He also practices psychoanalysis in Melbourne. Dr Grigg completed his PhD in the Department of Psychoanalysis founded by Lacan at the University of Paris VIII (Vincennes) where he was also worked as a lecturer. He attended Jacques Lacan's seminars in its final years and studied under the supervision of Jacques-Alain Miller. As a member of the French psychoanalytic school, Ecole de la Cause freudienne, since its inception he has been involved in the development of Lacanian psychoanalysis in France and internationally. And as a founding member, and current president, of the Lacan Circle of Melbourne he has worked to promote the practice and study of Lacanian psychoanalysis in Australia.
Dr Grigg has been closely involved in the translation of Lacan into English, having translated Lacan's seminars The Psychoses and The Other Side of Psychoanalysis and having collaborated on the first complete translation of Lacan's Ecrits.
His publications have explored issues in Lacanian psychoanalysis that have ranged over questions of language, and ethics and psychoanalysis. He has also published on clinical issues concerning psychosis and neurosis.
His current research is on psychosis, creativity and language.
Philosophy (undergraduate) and Psychoanalytic Studies (postgraduate)
Master of Psychoanalytic Studies
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