Conference Presentations: James L. Jarrett Award
The Depth Program honors students who present at national and international conferences with the James L. Jarrett Award. This prize recognizes students who enter into the collegial dialogue with idea, warmth, and spirit. It´s named in honor of James L. Jarrett, a former Emeritus Professor of Education at UC Berkeley, a philosopher and inspired teacher of Jungian psychology, and the editor of Nietzsche´s Zarathustra: Notes of the Seminar Given in 1934-1939.
|Embracing the Celtic Unconscious: Uniting the Social, Psychic and Spiritual Self through Fairytales. A paper presented at the 2009 National Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association Conference, New Orleans, LA, April 8-11, 2009.|
|Earth-based Inquiry: Exploring Dreams, Active Imaginations, and Spontaneous Images via Nature Assemblage. An art exhibit featuring a series of photographs documenting internal images created in the earth, presented at the International Association of Jungian Studies Conference, Greenwich, England, July 6-9, 2006.|
|Creating Body Consciousness: A Depth Inquiry into Food Addiction. A paper presented at the International Association of Jungian Studies Conference, Greenwich, England, July 6-9, 2006.|
|When Gods Die: The Wounding of the Archetypal Masculine. A paper presented at the 2004 Jungian Society Conference, Newport, RI, August 7-9, 2004.|
|The Vampire and the Red Queen: A Psychological Exploration of Blood and Darkness, a paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, TX, April 7-11, 2004.|
|The Goddess Hestia: An Archetype of Personal and Social Ecology. A paper presented at the 2003 Jungian Society Conference, Providence, RI, August 7-9, 2003.|
Hear international mythologist Martin Shaw tell the tales of living myth on Sat March 5, 10 am - 1 pm in Warren Auditorium, Ives 101. Free admission. Co-sponsored by the Psychology & Spirituality Lecture Series.
Attend an information meeting for the MA program on Sat March 5, 2-4 pm in Stevenson 3042.