Ronjaunee Chatterjee

Ronjaunee Chatterjee is a visiting assistant professor at Loyola Marymount University. She works on psychoanalysis, feminist theory, and nineteenth-century literature.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

The Sins of the Fathers

Standard biographies arrange lives into digestible arcs of story. We know from the outset that this memoir of psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan will be very different....


Hitting on Infinity: Mari Ruti’s “The Singularity of Being”
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