1. Seminar 4 The Object Relation 1956-1957 translated by L.V.A. Roche (corrected copy)
  2. Écrits: Kant avec Sade, bilingual—3 translations
  3. Annotations to Swenson’s translation of Kant avec Sade
  4. Translator’s Notes to Fink’s translation of Kant avec Sade
  6. Sur l’experience de la Passe-bilingual translated by Scott Savaiano
  7. Conference à Geneve sur la Symptom-bilingual
  8. Propos sur l’hysterie
  9. Homage to Marguerite Duras, on Le ravissement de Lol V. Stein (Hommage fait à Marguerite Duras, du Ravissement de Lol V. Stein)
  10. Entretien avec Madeleine Chapsal paru dans L’express du 31 mai 1957-bilingual
  11. English translation of Jacques Lacan’s Press Conference in Rome, 29th of October 1974
  12. English translation of Lacan’s The Symbolic, The Imaginary, and The Real (July 8, 1953)
  13. English translation of the Introduction to Noeud, by Jean-Michel Vappereau
  14. English translation of Étoffe (Fabric) pages 13-49 (The Mirage of Topology) by Jean-Michel Vappereau
  15. Lacanian-Freudian Perversion Bibliography
  16. Lacan’s references to Freud’s texts
  17. Why did Peirce Terrorize Benveniste?
  18. Notes de F. Dolto; le 16 juin 1936-Lacan: le stade du miroir
  19. Lacan: The Mirror Stage paper from Écrits — bilingual, Sheridan translation
  20. Cotard: Nihilistic Delusions
  21. Articles about the Papin Sisters, including bilinguals of the Minotaure Articles
  22. Moustafa Safouan: The Unconscious and Its Scribe
  23. Jurgis Baltrušaitis: Anamorphic Art
  24. Deciphering Jouissance by Nestor Braunstein
  25. Addenda to the Index of the English translation of Seminar XI-The Four Fundamental Concepts
  26. From Transference to Metaphor by André Michels
  27. Psychosis and the Signifier by Gerard Pommier
  28. The Fall of a Will: Acting Out and Suicide by Roberto Harari
  29. Lacan’s Wolfman Seminar 1951-1952 (bilingual)
  30. How Lacan Invented the Object a by Jean Allouch
  31. Jacques Lacan:The Symbol and Its Religious Function, 1954—a bilingual with two translations
  32. HADDAD: Judaism and Lacan
  33. ‘The Evil Eye’ from the Annals of Iraqi Jewry