I just found out that the complete texts of the Cahiers pour L’Analyse, along with detailed synopses in English of each article, has been published online. This French journal published ten issues from 1966 to 1969, with articles from Alain Badiou, Jacques Derrida, Jacques Lacan, Jacques-Alain Miller, among others.
The website is really a treasure trove. From what I’ve seen so far, the synopses are wonderfully detailed and helpful, and in addition there is also comprehensive information on all the names involved in the journal, and many of the most important concepts.
Recent interviews with many of the members of the editorial board of the Cahiers, and translations of many of the articles into English, will appear. Or at least, so I hope. The website is a result of the work of CRMEP, previously at Middlesex University, now at Kingston. The recent events concerning the closure of philosophy at Middlesex and the relocation of the CRMEP to Kingston leave me ambivalent, as do the invitation at the Cahiers website to send suggestions or corrections to Christian Kerslake, who will not be joining the four ‘senior’ members of the CRMEP staff… Judging from what I’ve seen of his articles and books on Deleuze, as well as this website, Kerslake’s research is stunningly good and original, and I hope that his research and teaching situation will look up in the future.