Get your pens ready!
The blog's Newsletter, Meteor, has presented, one by one, the different rubrics conceived from the thematic axes drawn from the argument of the Congress. Because of their quality, these presentations constitute genuine orientation texts: At War – Challenges of the Living – Fears and Anxiety – Im-monde – Sexes – Guises of the Object. You can read and reread them on the blog.
As of today, it is time for the flashes – contributions that we invite you to write – which will be published on the blog and diffused by Meteor from next Tuesday and every week, throughout the preparations for the Congress.
These texts can be based on a literary, theatrical, cinematic, or other work, that resonates with one of the themes of the argument. They should be accompanied by a reflection that teaches us about contemporary anxiety and discontent.
But texts may also be based on the exposition of a bibliographical reference, a social, political, cultural or scientific news item, or one of your own teaching interventions. Each of your contributions will be read with great attention.
Please note that for reasons of confidentiality, clinical cases will not be accepted for electronic distribution, but are eagerly awaited for the simultaneous sessions of the congress.
The criteria your text must meet to be accepted can be found here.
Looking forward to reading you!
On Behalf of the Blog Team (1),
Patricia Bosquin-Caroz, Vice-president of the NLS.
Send your contributions to Patricia Bosquin-Caroz and Els Van Compernolle:
NLS Secretariat: firstname.lastname@example.org
(1) The Blog Team:
Joanne Conway, Jean-Claude Encalado, James Fischer, Caroline Heanue, Pamela King, Eleni Koukouli, Monique Kusnierek, Raphael Montague, Cecilia Naranjo, Peggy Papada, Christel Van den Eeden, Jonas Verbauwhede, Colin Wright.