"Cultural Collapse Disorder: How the Abrupt and Unnatural Phenomenon of the Vanishing Honeybees Mirrors the Split Between Human Psyche and Nature"
"Looking Through The Shadow: A Psychical View of the Ethics of Racism, Militarism, and Materialism"
"Bringing War Out of the Shadow: Listening to Veterans Talk Dirty"
"Way Forward Places – Way Forward Engineering"
"Pop Culture and the Transcendent Function: Ethical Paradox and Tension in Consumerist Mythology"
"The Creative Impulse in 'The Circular Ruins' by J. L. Borges"
“'Nobody Sees a Flower, Really, It Is So Small': Towards an Ethic of Attention"
"On Identity and Home: Following the Way of the Roma"
Held jointly by
The Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies
and the International Association for Jungian Studies
10th - 14th August 2010
Congratulations to the
7 current students 7 dissertation students 2 alumni and 3 current instructors
from the Depth Psychology program who were accepted to present at
“The Wild Edge: Exploring Psyche in Conservation
and Artificial Borders in the American West”
"Creating Dances From Dreams: Embodying the Unconscious Through Choreography"
"Abstinence vs. Indulgence:
How the New Ethical Vampire Reflects Our Monstrous Appetites"
"The Greening of Black: Merging and Emerging Within an Intersubjectivity of Environmental Artist, Art-work, and Place"
"Fire and Fever: Reflections on Landscapes Burned and Blighted"
"The Books of Carl and Eli”
"The Importance of Being Amish: Developing Moral Consciousness and Struggling to Live Our Values in Hard Times"
Click here to read about 2009's conference presenters from Pacifica