Jill Gentile Ph.D. in Conversation with Katie Gentile Ph.D: Psychoanalysis,...
Jill Gentile (author of Feminine Law), and Katie Gentile (author of The Business of Being Made) will share their theses about how law and lawlessness frame issues of agency, voice, desire, and ownership of the female body. Despite their differences, both books pay special homage to the vagina and consider its role in free speech (and its controversies) under conditions of patriarchy, In this conversation between friends and colleagues (but non-biological kin). Gentile and Gentile will engage each other in conversation that seeks to illuminate their own and each other’s projects, by drawing them into relationship with each other and by drawing implications for democracy, neoliberalism, and psychoanalytic theory and praxis.
1.5 CE Credits for Social Workers