Thank you James. Did you post this elsewhere on the forum, too (I hope so)?
Ummm...no. Where do you suggest?
Also, this is a nice link as well:
This is fantastic! This is very thorough and something that should make up what is required reading of all teachers and students. I will enjoy reviewing this as time permits and have bookmarked it for future review and use.
Yes, this is an amazing and comprehensive list. I particularly like the book "Inhuman bondage: the rise and fall of slavery in the New World." It's a thorough survey of the history of slavery and how it morphed into a particular brand of slavery based on racism when it traveled to North America.
By the way, I have seen the video you produced about Depth Psychology. I thought it was very well done and a good reminder of the various ways through which we seek to understand human nature.