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Susan Rowland

New Audio Interview: “The Return of the Goddesses—in Mysteries!” with Susan Rowland PhD

Sharing a fascinating new interview/depth discussion, “The Return of the Goddesses—in Mysteries!”—Susan Rowland in conversation with Bonnie Bright about Susan’s book, “The Sleuth and the Goddess: Hestia, Artemis, Athena and Aphrodite in Women’s Detective Fiction.” Learn how archetypal psychology applies to mystery novels, and why Susan suggests we all need to become “sleuths”: http://www.depthpsychologyalliance.com/forum/topics/new-interview-the-return-of-the-goddesses-in-mysteries-with-susan

A Four-Week Online and Weekend Residential Workshop with Susan Rowland

This is a unique opportunity to explore Shakespeare in the context of depth psychology, archetype, myth, and self-exploration. Susan Rowland, a member of Pacifica’s core faculty, will guide a small group of online learners through a week-by-week syllabus that includes downloadable lectures, photographs, readings, key websites, and small discussion groups. All lectures and discussions will …

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IAJS Early Years

A Brief Account of The International Association for Jungian Studies (IAJS): 2003-6 The International Association for Jungian Studies was founded by a Steering Group and the first elected Executive Committee (2003-6), consisting of the following persons: Kristine Connidis (Canada), Terence Dawson (Singapore), Don Fredericksen (USA), Leslie Gardner (UK), Ien Hazebroek-Buijs (The Netherlands), Luke Hockley (UK), …

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