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  1. Joan Copjec (2012). The Sexual Compact. Angelaki 17 (2):31 - 48.
    Angelaki, Volume 17, Issue 2, Page 31-48, June 2012.
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  2. Joan Copjec (2007). The Object Gaze, Hejab, Cinema. Filozofski Vestnik 2.
    The specific type of torture to which Abu Ghraib prisoners were submitted was predicated on the assumption that hejab, or the islamic system of modest, makes Muslims especially vulnerable to shame. This paper investigates this supposed link between hejab and the affect of shame through an analysis of the philosophical and psychoanalytic literature on shame and the films of the iranian filmmaker, Abbas Kiarostami. Beginning with a discussion of the massive impact of hejab regulations on Iranian cinema, the author shows (...)
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  3. Joan Copjec (2006). May'68, the Emotional Month. In Slavoj Žižek (ed.), Lacan: The Silent Partners. Verso. 90--114.
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  4. Joan Copjec (2006). The Object-Gaze: Shame, Hejab, Cinema. Filozofski Vestnik 27 (2):11-29.
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  5. Joan Copjec (2004). Imagine There's No Woman: Ethics and Sublimation. The Mit Press.
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  6. Joan Copjec (1994). Sex and the Euthanasia of Reason. In , Supposing the Subject. Verso. 16--44.
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  7. Joan Copjec (ed.) (1994). Supposing the Subject. Verso.
    SUBJECTION AND SUB JECT1VATION ETIENNE BALIBAR will begin by sketching out a problematic, or research programme, on which have been working for some time ...
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  8. Joan Copjec (1989). Cutting Up. In Teresa Brennan (ed.), Between Feminism and Psychoanalysis. Routledge. 227--46.
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