JULIA KRISTEVA

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JULIA KRISTEVA

Julia Kristeva is a writer, psychoanalyst and professor emeritus at the University of Paris Diderot-Paris 7, she is a tutelary member of the Psychoanalytical Society of Paris and doctor Honoris Causa of a number of universities where she teaches regularly in the United States, Canada and Europe. Commander of the Legion of Honor, Commander of the Order of Merit and the first laureate of the Holberg Prize in December 2004, Kristeva was awarded the Hannah Arendt Prize in December 2006 and the Vaclav Havel Prize in 2008. Julia Kristeva created in 2008 the Prize Simone de Beauvoir for the freedom of the women.  She is the author of some thirty works including Revolution in Poetic Language, Tales of Love, Black Sun: Depression and Melancholia, Proust and the Sense of Time, the trilogy Female Genius: Hannah Arendt, Melanie Klein and Colette, Hate and Forgiveness, The Incredible Need to Believe (2007), Possessions: A Novel, Murder in Byzantium, Seule une femme, Teresa, my love (2008), Pulsions du temps (2013), L’Horloge enchantée (2015). Her work has been published in English and most of her books are available in major languages throughout the world.    

 

 

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