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Suzanne Barnard, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts

213 Rockwell Hall
Phone: 412.396.6511


Postdoc, Philosophical Psychology, Georgetown University
Ph. D., Clinical Psychology, Loyola University of Chicago
Internship, Clinical Psychology, University of Utah

Suzanne Barnard is Associate Professor of Psychology at Duquesne University, a licensed clinical psychologist, and a filmmaker. She is coeditor, with Bruce Fink, of Reading Seminar XX: Lacan's Major Work on Love, Knowledge, and Feminine Sexuality, and has authored numerous articles and book chapters on Deleuzean, Lacanian, French feminist, and postructuralist approaches to the body, technology, gender and sexuality. She has also written extensively on film theory and criticism, and has screened her films in Europe, Canada, and the U.S. Her current film projects include two shorts, the first produced while artist-in-residence at Binaural Media in Beira Alta, Portugal, and the second co-produced and co-directed with the Portuguese artist Sofia Borges in the Quinta da Vitoria neighborhood of Lisbon.  A new interdisciplinary film project ("Breath and Folding: An Ethnographic Film on Cosmologies of Air, Light, and Space") is produced and directed in collaboration with Christopher McCann (Duquesne University), and is supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities


Philosophical Psychology: Deleuze
Psychology and Film ("Inner Space in Outer Space," "Beyond Fiction and Documentary")
Psychology of Gender
Poststructuralism and Critical Psychology
Social Psychology
Psychology of Identity