[Air-L] Lacan and videogames

Bob Rehak brehak1 at swarthmore.edu
Wed Mar 11 16:52:55 PDT 2009

Adam, here's mine:

Rehak, Bob. “Playing at Being: Psychoanalysis and the Avatar.” The Video
Game Theory Reader.
Eds. Mark J. P. Wolf and Bernard Perron. New York: Routledge, 2003. 103-127.

Happy to send you a copy if needed.

Bob Rehak
Assistant Professor
Film and Media Studies
Swarthmore College


On Wed, March 11, 2009 12:51, Adam Davis wrote:
> ***Apologies for cross-posting***
> A contributor to one of these lists mentioned a paper they had written on
> Lacan and videogames.  I meant to ask for a copy but accidentally deleted
> the email.  I wonder if the author would be so kind as to get in touch
> with me? 
> Also: If anyone else knows of good papers or books on subjectivity in
> virtual worlds and videogames, and particularly from a Lacanian
> perspective on identification, I'd appreciate it!
> Adam
> Adam Davis
> Doctoral Student
> Mass Communication and Media Arts
> Southern Illinois University
> SL: Forthwith Sideways
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