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  1. The four fundamental concepts of psycho-analysis / Jacques Lacan ; edited by Jacques-Alain Miller ; translated by Alan Sheridan
    Lacan, Jacques, 1901-1981
    [ Book : 1977-2018 ]
    Languages: English;French, [1 other]
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    At 49 libraries
    The four fundamental concepts of psycho-analysis / Jacques Lacan ; edited by Jacques-Alain Miller ; translated by Alan Sheridan
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    http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/197054552

    Libraries Australia ID- 51365139

    Cite- Lacan, Jacques, Miller, Jacques-Alain, Sheridan, Alan, ebrary, Inc and EBSCOhost The four fundamental concepts of psycho-analysis. Karnac Books, London, 2004.

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    French author Jacques Lacan's own works provide a model of psychoanalytic reading for English-speaking theorists. The context of his own works and sources serves as an introduction for English-speaking readers as these were characterized by phenomenological philosophical orientation. He wrote articles for psychiatric periodicals and co-authored with colleagues in the field of medical research. These articles demonstrate alternative ways of reading texts on psychoanalysis and reflect his key philosophical and Freudian concepts.

    Identifier- 20378693
    http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/69663249

    Cite- Van Pelt, Tamise "Lacan in context: an introduction to Lacan for the English-speaking reader. (writer Jacques Lacan)". College Literature. v24.n2 1997-06-01. p57(14).

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    Women authors use distinctive patterns of self-representation in their autobiographical works. In 1980, Mary Mason claimed that female self-disclosure comes in the form of an alternate identity that denies the phallogocentric system. This hypothesis is confirmed over time in female Western literature, especially in 1970s feminism, which is characterized by difference as a style of relatedness. This perspective of female autobiography can be used to re-examine men's writings and autobiographical theory as well.
    Image Number- 16642798

    http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/71613943

    Cite- Miller, Nancy K "Representing others: gender and the subjects of autobiography". differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies. v6.n1 1994-03-22. p1(27)

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    Performance art documented and explosive and significant period from the early 1960s through the 1970s. Performance art sketches during this period focused on the human body and were depicted by live performers. Such 'body art' performances enacted the dispersed, multiplied, specific subjectivities of the late capitalist , post-colonial, post-modern era. Three performance art pieces, of which one was first presented in 1975, another was first presented in the 1960s and a third, presented from 1990-1993, are evaluated.
    Image Number- 20544717

    http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/69684407

    Jones, Amelia ""Presence" in absentia: experiencing performance as documentation. (performance art focusing on the human body in the early 1960s through the 1970s)". Art Journal. v56.n4 1997-12-22. p11(8).
    Art Journal, v56, no.n4, 1997 Winter, p11(8) (ISSN: 0004-3249)
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    This essay examines the function of the mask in Picasso's Portrait of Gertrude Stein, 1906, in relation to the artist's anxious confrontation with lesbian sexuality and his own gendered identity. In examining the portrait as a performative event between the artist and the sitter, the essay attempts to shed light on the significance of the delay in Picasso's completion of the painting and the problem of gender instability in his art over the course of 1906-7. Recent work in gender and queer studies provides the theoretical armature for the argument.
    Image Number- 20824296

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    The Art Bulletin, v79, no.n1, 1997 March, p56(29) (ISSN: 0004-3079)
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    Cite- Lubar, Robert S "Unmasking Pablo's Gertrude: queer desire and the subject of portraiture. (painter Pablo Picasso's work 'Portrait of Gertrude Stein')".

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  6. No end of grief : Indian residential schools in Canada / Agnes Grant
    Grant, Agnes, 1933-
    [ Book : 1996 ]
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    No end of grief : Indian residential schools in Canada / Agnes Grant
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    Libraries Australia ID- 12789345

    http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/18585882

    Cite- Grant, Agnes No end of grief : Indian residential schools in Canada. Pemmican Pub, Winnipeg, 1996.

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    Identifier- 30554323
    Canadian Journal of Native Studies, v.17, no.2, 1997 Annual, p.365-7 (ISSN: 0715-3244)
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    Cite- "No end of grief: Indian residential schools in Canada". Canadian Journal of Native Studies. 17.2 1997-01-01. 365-7

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  8. A national crime : the Canadian government and the residential school system, 1879-1986 / John S. Milloy
    Milloy, John Sheridan
    [ Book : 1999 ]
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    A national crime : the Canadian government and the residential school system, 1879-1986 / John S. Milloy
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    Subjects
    Off-reservation boarding schools -- Canada -- History.
    Indians of North America -- Canada -- Residential schools -- History.
    Native Americans
    Boarding schools
    Child abuse
    Canada
    Churches
    Ethnic relations
    History
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    Libraries Australia ID- 46277586

    http://trove.nla.gov.au/version/50852525


    Cite- Milloy, John Sheridan A national crime : the Canadian government and the residential school system, 1879-1986. University of Manitoba Press, Winnipeg, 1999.

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    Twenty-four hours advance notice encouraged. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.
    View at http:/​/​content.lib.utah.edu/​u?/​UU_EAD,1729
    Huge amount of relevant news clippings, letters, manuscripts, narratives etc

    Cite- Stanley D. and June Kremer Lyman Lyman, Stanley D. J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah, 1923.

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