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Do electric sheep dream of androids? On the place of fantasy in the consideration of the nonhuman (2018)
Book Chapter
Neill, C. (2018). Do electric sheep dream of androids? On the place of fantasy in the consideration of the nonhuman. In G. Basu Thakur, & J. M. Dickstein (Eds.), Lacan and the Nonhuman (213-225). Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-63817-1_11

From Karel Čapek’s R.U.R. through to Rosi Braidotti’s non-human actors, in fiction and theory alike, the notion of the non-human often runs very close to the human against which it would be defined. As the non in nonhuman pulls away from the human to... Read More about Do electric sheep dream of androids? On the place of fantasy in the consideration of the nonhuman.

Developing a reflective and empirically informed undergraduate research methods module, including a worked exemplar. (2016)
Book Chapter
Murray, J. (2016). Developing a reflective and empirically informed undergraduate research methods module, including a worked exemplar. In C. Penman, & M. Foster (Eds.), Innovations in Learning and Teaching. Merchiston Publishing

Teaching research methods is challenging for both staff and students. With increasing expectations to teach a wider breadth of material, the balance and maintenance of sufficient depth becomes challenging. This chapter summarises the literature aroun... Read More about Developing a reflective and empirically informed undergraduate research methods module, including a worked exemplar..

Aggressiveness in psychoanalysis (2016)
Book Chapter
Neill, C., & Eyers, T. (in press). Aggressiveness in psychoanalysis. In Reading Lacan’s Écrits: From ‘Overture' to ‘Variations on the Standard Treatment': 1. Routledge

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The role of make-believe in Foley (2016)
Book Chapter
Carruthers, L., & Turner, P. (2016). The role of make-believe in Foley. In P. Turner, & J. T. Harviainen (Eds.), Digital Make-Believe (125-139). Cham, Switzerland: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-29553-4_8

The acts of pretending and make-believe are almost exclusively studied in the context of child development and child psychology. This study was therefore an exploratory investigation of these functions in adulthood. Ten Foley artists were interviewed... Read More about The role of make-believe in Foley.

Theorizing the cultural borderlands: Imag(in)ing "them" and "us" (2015)
Book Chapter
Stanley, P. (2015). Theorizing the cultural borderlands: Imag(in)ing "them" and "us". In J. Brown, & N. F. Johnson (Eds.), Children’s Images of Identity: Drawing the Self and the Other (1-13). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers

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The act and the author. (2014)
Book Chapter
Neill, C. (2013). The act and the author. In I. Parker, & D. Pavón-Cuéllar (Eds.), Lacan, Discourse, Event: New Psychoanalytic Approaches to Textual Indeterminacy, 270-278. Routledge

El Autor Y El Acto (2013)
Book Chapter
Neill, C. (2013). El Autor Y El Acto. In Lacan, discurso, acontecimiento: nuevos análisis de la indeterminación textual (317-327)

The Excluded in Identification. (2012)
Book Chapter
Neill, C. (2011). The Excluded in Identification. In L. Auested (Ed.), Psychoanalisis and Politics :exclusion and the politics of representationKarnac

Beyond identification: the (Im)possibility of Loving Thy Neighbour. (2012)
Book Chapter
Neill, C. (2011). Beyond identification: the (Im)possibility of Loving Thy Neighbour. In A. Gulerce (Ed.), Re(con)figuring Psychoanalysis: Critical Juxtapositions of the Philosophical, the Sociohistorical and the Political, 129-145. Palgrave Macmillan

One amongst many: the ethical significance of Antigone and the films of Lars von Trier. (2010)
Book Chapter
Neill, C. (2010). One amongst many: the ethical significance of Antigone and the films of Lars von Trier. In S. E. Wilmer, & A. Zukauskaite (Eds.), Interrogating Antigone in postmodern philosophy and criticism (135-146). Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/acprof%3Aoso/9780199559213.003.0008

Like Sophocles' Antigone, the work of Lars von Trier is often called upon to illustrate a point regarding ethics. Among those who so use these works are many Lacanians, such as Žižek, and, indeed, Lacan himself draws on Antigone in The Ethics of Psyc... Read More about One amongst many: the ethical significance of Antigone and the films of Lars von Trier..

Are women better drivers than men? (2000)
Book Chapter
Meadows, M. L., & Stradling, S. G. (2000). Are women better drivers than men?. In J. Hartley, & A. Branthwaite (Eds.), The Applied Psychologist (126-146). Buckingham: Open University Press

Are women better drivers than men? As applied social psychologists working in the area of driver behaviour this is a question we often get asked. How should we go about answering it? What - at first sight - appears a straightforward question turns o... Read More about Are women better drivers than men?.