Troubles, alliances and aesthetics

A Belgian national, Fabrice Bourlez studied in Italy, where he obtained a doctorate in philosophy (Università degli studi di Pisa).

His research focused on the cinematographic work of Pier Paolo Pasolini. Since then, he has taught in art schools and at Sciences Po Paris. With a degree in clinical psychology (Paris 7), he has long worked in the field of mental health as a clinician. He is now a psychoanalyst. He writes for a number of scientific journals on gender, psychoanalysis and cinema. His writing is inextricably linked to his activism on behalf of sexual minorities. His publications include Pulsions pasoliniennes (Les presses du Réel/ Franciscopolis, 2015) and Queer psychoanalysis (Hermann, 2018).



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