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Cross-Cultural Symbolism in C.G. Jung’s Red Book: An Anthropological Exploration
What Did Jung Incarnate through His Red Book?
Dr. Curtis Hoffman, renowned anthropologist,dives into this question as he explores thevarious forces underlying Carl Jung’s Red Book. Dr. Hoffman brings his scholarly expertise as an anthropologist to thoroughly examine cross-cultural elements In this incredible text. Don’t miss this Webinar on Thursday evening, February 28! Reserve your seat, sign on live (or recorded), and speak directly with the Dr. Hoffman during this 2 hour Webinar.
A Global Webinar
Dr. Curtiss Hoffman is a professor in the Anthropology Department at Bridgewater State University in Massachusetts, where he has taught since 1978. While he is primarily an archaeologist, he also has a strong interest in myth, religion, and psychological anthropology, and has developed and taught courses in Myth and Culture, Symbol and Society in J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle Earth, Anthropology of Religion, Myths and Peoples of the Ancient Near East, and Culture and Consciousness. He has been a member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams since 1997; serves on its Board of Trustees; and has frequently presented papers on a variety of subjects, including the present one, at the annual I.A.S.D. conferences. Most recently he has undertaken the composition of a cantata based upon the “Incantations” section of the Red Book in the original language of the Gilgamesh Epic, Babylonian Akkadian, all of the thematic material for which derives from Dr. Hoffman’s dreams.
Outline of Seminar:
C. The death of Siegfried .
F. The “Izdubar” sequence
G. Atmavictu .