Tune in Monday, September 28 at 2 p.m. PDT for an in-depth conversation discussing how Jungian and archetypal perspectives, built upon theories of the unconscious, archetypal forms and the individuation process, provide a number of insights into the both the imagery and the narratives of cinema. In this talk Dr.Slater will reference popular and critically acclaimed films, illustrating one application of the study of these depth psychologies.
Glen Slater, Ph.D., has studied and trained in religious studies and clinical psychology. For the past 18 years he has taught Jungian and archetypal psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute, where he is a professor in the depth psychology programs. He edited and introduced the third volume of James Hillman’s Uniform Edition, Senex and Puer, as well as a volume of essays by Pacifica faculty, Varieties of Mythic Experience and has contributed a number of essays and film reviews to Jungian journals and collections. He is writing a book on the psychology of the posthuman movement and related implications for living in the Digital Age.
Hosted by Pacifica Graduate Institute.