Green, S.R. (Forthcoming, April 2019). The sinthome and the work of Imre Kértesz. In A. Casement, P. Goss, D. Nobus (Eds.), The blazing sublime: Thresholds and pathways between Jung and Lacan. London: Karnac Books.
Green, S.R. (2018), Lacan: Nachträglichkeit, shame, ethical time. In L. Hinton & H. Willemsen (Eds.), Temporality and shame: Perspectives from psychoanalysis and philosophy (pp. 74-100). New York, NY: Routledge.
Green, S. R. (2013). Review of “Hannah Arendt, evil and the eradication of thought” by Coline Covington.
(The Int. J. Psycho-Analysis, 2012, 93: 1215-1236).
Journal of Analytical Psychology, 58: 564-567.
Green, S. R. (2012), Review of “To be is to betray: on the place of collective freedom in psychoanalysis” by Eyal Rozmarin
(Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 2011, 21: 320-345).
Journal of Analytical Psychology, 57: 551-554.
2011, Review of “Jung & Film II: The Return: Further Post-Jungian Takes on the Moving Image” ed. by C. Hauke and L. Hockley.
Journal of Analytical Psychology, 57: 399-400.
Green, S. R. (2011), Review of “The fall of fantasies: A Lacanian reading of lack,” by Mari Ruti (Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 2008, 56, 2, pp. 483-508). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 56: 576-579.
Green, S. R. (2010), Embodied female experience through the lens of imagination. Journal of Analytical Psychology, 55, 3: 339–360.
Green, S. R. (2003). Reflections on the luminous psyche psychoanalytic film festival. Correlations: Newsletter of Center of Object Relations/Northwest Family Development Center, June 2003, Vol. 9, No. 3, 9-10.
Green, S. R. (2001). The problem of words: replacing metapsychology with ontology. Correlations: Newsletter of Center of Object Relations/Northwest Family Development Center, September 2001, Vol. 7, No. 3, 3-7.
February 2018. Seattle, WA, USA. The New School for Analytical Psychology International Conference – Engaging the Themes of Temporality and Shame: A Response to Volatile Changes in Dangerous Times. Paper presentation: “Lacan: Nachträglichkeit, Shame and Ethical Time”.
August 2016. Kyoto, Japan. International Association of Analytical Psychology. Paper presentation: “The Sinthome and the Work of Imre Kértesz”.
October 2015. Cambridge, MA, USA. Psychology & the Other Conference. Panel presentation with Marc de Kesel and Luke Thurston: “Ethics in the Other: Aliens, Ghosts, Evil and Other Intrigues: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue”.
September 2014. Cambridge, England. The First International Joint Jung/Lacan Conference. Paper presentation: “The Sinthome and the Work of Imre Kértesz”.
June 2013. Seattle, WA, USA. Center for Object Relations Conference – Levinas and Ethics. Paper presentation: “Strangers, Gods, and Monsters: Levinas and the Animatrix.”
May 2009. San Francisco, CA, USA. Journal of Analytical Psychology International Conference. Paper presentation: “Embodied Female Experience through the Lens of Imagination”.