Deciphering the Gaze in Lacan's "Of the gaze as objet petit a"'
The DS Project
The DS Project, for David Scott, proposes an alternative, digital approach to the festschrift, or collection of essays traditionally offered to university professors by their former students at their end-of-contract. In 2015, after forty years of a distinguished career at Trinity College Dublin, which has encompassed academic, curating, and sporting achievements, David Scott moves from his position of Head of the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies, to the position of Professor Emeritus. To mark this occasion, The DS Project brings together David Scott’s current and former postgraduate students and colleagues to showcase new interdisciplinary research across the fields pioneered by him at Trinity College Dublin.
© The DS Project 2015
The online published version is available from the project website: The DS Project: Image, Text, Space/Place, 1830-2015. For David Scott, curated and edited by Sinéad Furlong-Clancy. http://thedsproject.com/portfolio/deciphering-the-gaze-in-lacans-of-the-gaze-as-objet-petit-a/
Sinéad Furlong-Clancy (ed.), The DS Project: Image, Text, Space/Place, 1830-2015, 2015. http://thedsproject.com/ .