Time: January 30, 2014 at 6pm to March 2, 2014 at 7pm
Location: "online plus one residential weekend"
Website or Map: http://www.pacifica.edu/curre…
Phone: 805.969.3626, EXT. 305
Event Type: hybrid online/residential program
Organized By: Pacifica Graduate Institute
Latest Activity: Jan 31, 2014
This Hybrid Online/Residential Program includes a four-week online program with one weekend at Pacifica’s Santa Barbara (Ladera Lane) Campus. It is a unique opportunity to explore Shakespeare in the context of depth psychology, archetype, myth, and dreams with core Pacifica Professor Susan Rowland, and a small group of online learners.
Participants will be guided through a week-by-week syllabus that includes downloadable MP3 lectures, photographs, readings, key Shakespearean websites, and faculty-facilitated small discussion groups.
All lectures and discussions will be taught and facilitated by Susan Rowland, who has published widely on depth psychology and the arts, including Shakespeare and archetypes. Four plays will be studied in relation to dreams, ghosts, magic, and self-transformation using guide reading, active imagination, creative writing, cultural context and experimental performance in Pacifica’s beautiful gardens.
Susan Rowland, Ph.D., is Chair of Pacifica’s M.A. in Engaged Humanities and the Creative Life Program where she teaches on C.G. Jung and the Symbolic Life, Ecopsychology and Art and Engaged Shakespeare. She also teaches courses on Jung’s Red Book, the Mythopoetic Imagination and on Scholarly Writing in other programs. Her books include Jung as a Writer, C.G. Jung in the Humanities, and The Ecocritical Psyche: Literature, Complexity Evolution and Jung. She was founding chair of the International Association of Jungian Studies from 2003-2006.