Psychoanalysis after Feminism
If an earlier generation of feminists rejected psychoanalysis for its insistence on the centrality of penis envy in the female psyche and its obsession with the father-son configurations of the Oedipus complex, a dramatic reversal is evident in the literature of the last two decades. A rapprochement, made possible by the emergence of new discourses initiated by Juliet Mitchell, Michel Foucault, Jacques Lacan, and D.W. Winnicott, characterizes current relations between feminism and psychoanalysis.
Jonte-Pace, Diane. "Psychoanalysis after Feminism." Religious Studies Review 19.2 (1993): 110-15.