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Associate Professor of Psychoanalysis & Cultural Theory
Neill, C. (2017, March). Ethical dilemma: codes of practice, why they don't work and why we need them. Presented at Can I Really Do This?, London
The very term ‘ethics’ falters unhelpfully in its usage. On a common sense level, we all know what we mean when we hear or use the term but in practice it signifies both a mod...
Li Chung, K., Charles, K., Neill, C. & Willis, A. (2016, July). How evil people choose their victims: The Dark Triad and perceptions of personality traits and vulnerability. Poster presented at 18th European Conference on Personality, Timișoara, Romania
The Dark Triad (DT) – Machiavellianism, narcissism, and psychopathy – is associated with grandiosity, insensitivity, and exploitation. Some people are found to be more sensiti...
Neill, C. (2016, June). The particular in poetry, or how psychology has colonised the expression of experience. Paper presented at 33rd International Conference on Psychology and the Arts, Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne
Neill, C. (2016, April). Lacan’s master-signifier revisited, or Mandela and repression. Paper presented at LACK Conference 2106, Colorado College
Neill, C. (2015, October). ‘Not to Naught: Paul Celan and the necessary failure of the ever coming word’. Presented at Memory and Counter-Memory, Psychoanalysis and Politics Symposium on the 70th Anniversary of the Holocaust, Institute of Psychoanalysis, London
Neill, C. (2015, September). Dangling above the swamps of nothingness. Paper presented at 2015 SEP-FEP Joint Annual Conference: New Frontiers, Dundee University
Neill, C. (2015, May). ‘Ethics, discourse, experience’. Presented at Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland, Dublin
Neill, C. (2015, March). Through a glass darkly: the fantasmatic figure of the immigrant. Paper presented at Psychoanalysis and Politics Spring Symposium, Migration, Exile and Polyphonic Spaces, Spanish Psychoanalytic Society, Barcelona
Neill, C. (2015, March). ‘Repetition / Interpretation / Failure: Towards an Ethics of Discourse Analysis’. Presented at Manchester University, Discursive Practice Workshop., Manchester
"Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better." Embarking from Beckett's famous lines from Worstward Ho, this paper considers the import of the quota...
Neill, C. (2014, January). ‘O Cursed Spite: On Ethics and Time’. Paper presented at Symposium Depsychologizing / Deneurologizing Modern Subjectivity, Ghent
Neill, C. (2012, December). ‘On imaginary identification and the possibility of meaning’. Presented at Psychosocial Studies Seminar, Birkbeck College, London
Neill, C. (2012, May). '‘The logic of fantasy’: comments on Lacan’s seminar XIV’. Presented at Cardiff University Inter-disciplinary Psychosocial Seminar Series, Symposium on the Unconscious., Cardiff University
Neill, C. (2012, February). ‘Sarah Lucas and the photographic gaze’. Presented at Stills Gallery, Theory of the Image, Stills Gallery
Neill, C. (2011, November). ‘Imagining meaning: a Lacanian introduction to discourse analysis’. Presented at Open University Social Sciences Seminar, Open University, Milton Keynes
Neill, C. (2011, August). Antigone: Raw Female. Paper presented at Annual Conference of the Society for European Philosophy and the Forum for European Philosophy, York St John University
With an interest in psychopathology and individual differences, my current work...
This PhD project aims to explore the role of discourse in ...
The signifier of ‘depression’, substantiated by dominant therapeutic practices such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and constructed by mainstream ps...
Dr Calum Neill will co-host an international conference at Ghent University on the 21st and 22nd of September to launch his new co-edited book, Reading Lacan's Ecrits: From 'Signification of the Phall...
4 September 2018
The Palgrave Lacan Series, the monograph series edited by Dr Calum Neill of the School of Applied Sciences, has been listed as one of the social science series of the year.
18 December 2017