Slavoj Zizek: A Primer
Butler, J. (1993), Bodies that Matter, New York: Routledge.
Daly, G. (1994), "Post-metaphysical Culture and Politics: Richard Rorty and Laclau and Mouffe", Economy and Society, 23(2), 173-200.
Daly, G. (1999), "Ideology and its Paradoxes: Dimensions of Fantasy and Enjoyment", Journal of Political Ideologies, 4(2), 219-238.
Fink, B. (1995), The Lacanian Subject, Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Kay, S. (2003), Zizek: A Critical Introduction, Cambridge: Politiy Press.
Laclau, E. & C. Mouffe (2001), Hegemony and Socialist Strategy, London: Verso.
Miklitsch, R. (1998), "Going Through the Fantasy": Screening Slavoj Zizek", The South Atlantic Quarterly, 97(2), 475-507.
Rorty, R. (1989), Contingency, Irony and Solidarity, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Rorty, R. (1991), "Habermas, Derrida and the Functions of Philosophy", paper presented at the University of Essex; reproduced in Rorty, R. (1998), Truth and Progress, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Stavrakakis, Y. (1999), Lacan and the Political, London: Routledge.
Torfing, J. (1999), New Theories of Discourse: Laclau, Mouffe and Zizek, Oxford: Blackwell.
Zupanzic, A. (2000), Ethics of the Real, London: Verso.
A useful collection of Zizek's papers with commentary is provided in Wright, E & E. Wright (eds.) (1999), The Zizek Reader, Oxford: Blackwell. For texts that engage with Zizek's perspective see the following:
Copjec, J. (1994), Read My Desire, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Copjec, J. (2003), Imagine there's no Woman, Cambridge: Polity Press.
Daly, G. (1999), "Politics and the Impossible: Beyond Psychoanalysis and Deconstruction", Theory Culture and Society, 16(4), 75-98.
Glynos, J. (2001), "The Grip of Ideology", Journal of Political Ideologies, Vol. 6 (2), June 2001, pp. 191-214.
For more critical appraisals of Zizek see:
Dews, P. (1995), "The Tremor of Reflection: Slavoj Zizek's Lacanian Dialectics", Radical Philosophy, 72, 17-29.
Homer, S. (1996), "Psychoanalysis, Representation, Politics: On the (Im)possibility of a Psychoanalytic Theory of Ideology", The Letter, 7, 97-109.
Homer, S. (2001), "It's the Political Economy, Stupid! On Zizek's Marxism", Radical Philosophy, 108, 7-16.
For a demystification of Lacanian terminology see:
Evans, D. (1996), An Introductory Dictionary of Lacanian Psychoanalysis. London: Routledge.