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Jane Bacon, PhD
Articles and Book Chapters:
‘Authentic Movement as wellbeing practice’, in Dance and Movement for Wellbeing: Kaleidoscopic Views of a Diverse Field (eds. Karkou, Oliver and Lycouris), Oxford University Press, 2015.
Review of Jung and Moreno, Essays on the theatre of human nature Ed. by Craig E. Stephenson. International Journal of Jungian Studies, vol 6. No. 3, pp.261-267. 2014.
Closer to the Body: Reflections on Skript, (with Midgelow, V.). In Articulations, Choreographic Practices special issue, Vol 5.1. Bristol:Intellect. 2014.
Creative Articulations Process, (with Midgelow, V.). In Articulations, Choreographic Practices special issue, Vol 5.1. Bristol:Intellect. 2014.
‘Embodied and Direct Experience in Performance Studies’, in Contemporary Ethnography and Performance Studies (Harrop and Njaradi, eds). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars,pp.113-130, 2013.
‘Her body finds a voice in an imaginal world’ in Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy journal, Palgrave, 2012
‘Sitting Practice: Reflections on a Woman’s Creative Process’ in Gender Forum, Women and Performance, Issue 31, 2010, Anna Furse (ed). See http://www.genderforum.org/issues/gender-and-performance/sitting-walking-practice/, pp.1-5
‘The voice of her body: somatic practices as a basis for creative research methodology’ in Dance and Somatics journal, Intellect, vol 2:1,2010, pp.63-74, ISSN 1757-1871
‘Introduction: Choreographic Practices’ (with Vida Midgelow) in Choreographic Practices Journal, Vol 1:1, 2010, pp.3-19
‘Psyche Moving: ‘Active Imagination’ and ‘Focusing’ in movement-based performance and psychotherapy’ in Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, London: Routledge, 2 (1), 2007, pp.17-28
‘Myths of Woman: Arabic dancing in a non-Arabic world’ in Postfeminism – Debates and Definitions since 1980, an interdisciplinary handbook on the postfeminism debate, Birgit Haas (ed) Ed. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2006, pp.63-78
‘It ain’t what you do it’s the way that you do it’‘ in The Practice of Performance Studies in the UK, Studies in Theatre and Performance, Bacon, J and F. Chamberlain (eds.), vol.25, no.3, pp.215-227, 2005, ISBN 1468-2761
‘What is the Practice of Performance Studies in the UK: An Introduction’, The Practice of Performance Studies in the UK, Studies in Theatre and Performance, Bacon, J and F. Chamberlain (eds.), vol. 25, no. 3, pp. 179-188, 2005, ISBN 1468-2761
‘Practitioner Voices: Jane Bacon’, Interviewed by Becca Gill, in Total Theatre Explores: Interviews with Women Practitioners of Physical and Visual Performance, 2005, http://totaltheatre.org.uk/explores/voices/voices.html
Skript, a micro-installation (with Vida Midgelow) 2013
Psyche’s Witness and Sitting/Walking/Practice: exhibition. 2012
Sitting Practice: invited film showing/exhibition, Leamington Spa. 2010
Myths and Stories by Her, multi-media installation, PARIP DVD, London:Palgrave, University of Bristol, 2009
The Woman, installation, PARIP National Conference, Bristol, 2003
The Woman, multi-media installation, PARIP Regional conference, UCN November, 2002, ACE funded
Phasia, 3 minute dance video in collaboration with video artist Barry Halle, part of East Midlands Year of the Artist project ‘Video Miniatures’, choreographer, ACE funded, 2000. Available from Threshold Studios Northampton ISBN 5 038044300 22 5 Iris Light. Toured internationally including Glastonbury, 2010
Trains, Planes and Automobiles, a video and textile installation for Year of the Artist, 2000, performer, ACE funded
Practically Perfect, dance video with Robert Danields, Dance for Camera One Minute Wander, The Place, also BodyWorks Festival, Melbourne Australia and 'Artsonline.com', a web-site for the Arts Council of England, 2000
The Collection, a digital dance video in collaboration with Foreign Bodies Dance Theatre, director and videographer, 1999, ACE funded
Cult of the Black Virgin, London:Deep, 2006
Myth & Today's Consciousness, Coventure,1984
(with Deike Begg)
In Search of the Holy Grail and the Precious Blood: A Travellers' Guide, iUniverse, 2008
On the Trail of Merlin: A Guidebook to the Western Mystery Tradition, London:Aquarian Press, 1991
Juliet Miller has served on the Editorial Board of Harvest.
On the Track of Richard Long. Smokehouse Press 2014
The Creative Feminine and her Discontents, Psychotherapy, Art and Destruction. Karnac 2008
Inconceivable Conceptions, Psychological Aspects of Infertility and Reproductive Technology. Routledge 2003, Ed.
Harvest International Journal for Jungian Studies 2005 Vol 51 No.2, Explode, Stretch and Squash, Creative Destruction in the Work of Cornelia Parker.
Harvest International Journal of Jungian Studies 2005 Vol 51 No.1, Playing with Fire, Sounds, Secrets and Singing.
Logopedics, Phoniatrics, Vocology, 2003, Vol 28:2, The Crashed Voice – a potential for change: a psychotherapeutic view.
Harvest Journal for Jungian Studies 2000 Vol 46 No. 2, Training: Fears of Destruction and Creativity. Reflections on the process of becoming an analyst.
Harvest Publications 1998, Knowing Diana: The Media and the Need for Certainty, in When a Princess Dies. Reflections from Jungian Analysts. Eds Jane Haynes and Ann Shearer.
British Journal of Psychotherapy, Autumn 1995, Response to Teaching Klein by Linda Buckingham.
Harvest Journal of Jungian Studies, Vol 47 No 1. Doing Good? Psychotherapy out of its Depth, by Peter Lomas.
Harvest Journal of Jungian Studies, Vol 45 No 2. Jung in Contexts. A Reader , Ed. by Paul Bishop and An Intelligent Person’s Guide to Psychotherapy, by Anthony Stevens.
British Journal of Psychotherapy, Summer 1997, A Safe Place: Laying the Groundwork of Psychotherapy by Leston Havens.
www.julietmiller.com Blog on art, emotion and psychology.
Prof. Renos Papadopoulos
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Theatre and Psyche Harvest (51: 1, 2005)
Entertaining the Stranger, Journal of Analytical Psychology, 2011, 56, 92–108
The Dis/Enchantment of C G Jung, International Journal of Jungian Studies, Vol. 4, No. 1, March 2012, 21-33
A response to Jon Mills’ paper, ‘Jung’s Metaphysics’, International Journal of Jungian Studies, 2014, Volume 6, Issue 3
A response to David Tacey’s ‘James Hillman: The unmaking of a psychologist’, Journal of Analytical Psychology, 2014, 59, 524–528
Another serious misunderstanding: Jung, Giegerich and a premature requiem, Journal of Analytical Psychology, 2015, 60, 1, 94–113 See http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1468-5922.12130/pdf
Some reflections on Barreto’s response, Journal of Analytical Psychology, 2015, 60, 1, 122–125
Chapters in Books:
“Fleshing out the psyche: Jung, psychology and the body” in Jones, Raya (Ed). Body, Mind, and Healing After Jung: A Space of Questions. London: Routledge. 2010
“Staging the Self: performance, individuation and embodiment” in Jones, Raya (Ed). Body, Mind, and Healing After Jung: A Space of Questions. London: Routledge. 2010
"Ambiguating Jung" in Jean Kirsch, ed., How and Why We Still Read Jung, Routledge, London, 2013
"Science Friction: Jung, Goethe and Scientific Objectivity" in Raya Jones, ed., Jung and Science, Routledge, London, 2014
‘Housing to Fit the Handicapped’ and‘ Sex and Handicap’, in The Handicapped Person in the Community, ed. D. Boswell and J. Wingrove. Open University Reader. London: Tavistock. 1974
‘Mental Handicap’, in Going Home: A Guide for Patients Leaving Hospital, ed. P. Simpson and R. Levitt. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone. 1981
‘A Framework for Independent Living’ in Disability in Britain: A Manifesto of Rights. Ed. A. Walker with P. Townsend. Oxford: Martin Robinson. 1981
‘Good Ideas and Bad Institutions’, in The Challenge of L’Arche. Ed. J. Vanier. London: Darton, Longman and Todd, 1982
‘Disability: Whose Handicap?’ in Health and Disease, ed. N. Black et al., Milton Keynes: Open University Press, 1984
‘Think Positive! Advice on Presenting People with Mental Handicap’, in Changing Policy and Practice for People with Learning Disabilities. Ed. P. Mittler and V. Sinason. London: Cassell. 1996
‘C.G.Jung’ in A Century of Psychiatry, ed. H. Freeman. London: Mosby-Wolfe, 1999
‘Masculinities and Femininities, Women and Men’, in Transpersonal Psychology: Theory and Practice, ed. N. Wellings and E. Wilde McCormick. London: Continuum. 2000
‘Jung and the Feminine’ in Controversies in Jungian Analysis, ed. R. Withers. London: Brunner-Routledge , 2003
‘Learning About Supervision’, in Jungian Perspectives on Supervision: a Practice in Search of a Theory, ed. J. Wieneret. al. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2003
‘The Myth of Themis and Jung’s Concept of the Self’, in Dreaming the Myth Onwards, ed. L. Hutchinson. London: Routledge, 2008
‘Restorative Justice: some archetypal roots’, in Encyclopaedia of Peace Psychology, ed. D.C. Christie. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011
'The Self and Individuation: universal and particular' , in From Tradition to Innovation, ed. Catherine Crowther and Jan Wiener. Spring Books 2015
‘Critical Essay: On the Reading of Myth’, in Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies, Vol.46 No.2. London: Karnac Books, 2000
‘The Wanderer: Archetype for the Times?’, in Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies, Vol 47 No1. London: Karnac Books, 2001
‘Analytical Psychology and Psychoanalysis Don’t Mix’, in Cambridge 2001: Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Congress for Analytical Psychology, Einsiedeln:Daimon, 2003
‘Critical Essay: Sabina Spielrein and Jung’s Dark Anima’, in Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies, Vol.49 No.2. London: Karnac Books 2003
‘On the making of myths: mythology in training’ in Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice, Vol 6. No.2. 2004
‘Searching for Adulthood in Homer’s Odyssey’, in Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies, Vol. 51. No.1. London: Karnac Books 2005
‘The Powerful and the Powerless’, Programme Note in RSC production of Hecuba, 2005
‘The St Petersburg Experience: supervision strange and familiar’, in Barcelona 04: Proceedings of the Sixteenth International Congress for Analytical Psychology, Einsedeln: Daimon, 2006
Between Psychology and Religion: Mythology As Bridge. Guild Lecture No. 292. London: Guild of Pastoral Psychology, 2006
‘The Veiled One’, Programme Note in RSC production of The Penelopiad, 2007
‘Themis: archetypal healing in individuals and cultures’ ( with Pamela Donleavy), in Cape Town 07: Proceedings of the Seventeenth International Congress for Analytical Psychology . Einsedeln:Daimon, 2009
‘Unlocking the Titans: unravelling psychological Olympianism?’, in International Journal of Jungian Studies, Vol 1,1. March 2009
‘Themis: restoring right order’, in Harvest, C.G. Jung Analytical Psychology Club London, 2009
‘Adjusting the Scales: restorative justice and the balance of power’, in International Journal of Jungian Studies, Vol 2,1, March 2010
‘Myth in modern practice’. The Psychotherapist, Issue 48, Summer 2011
Reprinted in International Journal of Jungian Studies, Vol.3, Issue 2. September 2011
‘Psyche’s Babel: archetypal patterns in psychological organisations’, in International Journal of Jungian Studies Vol.4, No. 2, September 2012
Community and Growth, by Jean Vanier. London: Darton, Longman and Todd. 1979
Signs of the Times, by Jean Vanier. London: Darton, Longman and Todd. 2013
1968: One of the greatest instituooshuns notes on a psychiatrist’s love affair with Babies’ Centre Metera. Clinical Pediatrics, 12, 8A-28A.
1971: Attachment behaviour, separation anxiety and stranger anxiety in polymatrically reared infants. In H.F. Schaffer (ed.), The Origins of Human Social Relations. Academic Press, London and New York.
1981: Attenuation of the mother-child bond and male initiation into adult life. Journal of Adolescence, 4, 131-48.
1982: Archetype: A Natural History of the Self. William Morrow & Co., New York; Routledge & Kegan Paul, London.
1982: Attachment and the Art of Staying in One Place. In John Apley and Christopher Ounsted, (eds), One Child. William Heinemann Medical Books, London; J.B. Lippincott Co., Philadelphia.
1982: Withymead and the arts in residential therapy. Harvest (London: Journal for Jungian Studies published by the Analytical Psychology Club of London), 28, 33–44.
1986: The Archetypes of War. In Ian W. Fenton (ed.), The Psychology of Nuclear Conflict. Coventure, London.
1986: Withymead: A Jungian Community for the Healing Arts. Coventure, London.
1989: The Roots of War: A Jungian Perspective. Paragon House, New York.
1990: On Jung. Routledge (hardback), London.
1991: On Jung. Penguin (paperback), London.
1991: War and Creativity. In Harry A. Wilmer (ed.), Creativity: Paradoxes and Reflections, with a Preface by Lionel Pauling. Chiron Publications, Wilmette, IL.
1993: The Two Million-Year-Old Self. Texas A&M University Press, College Station. Republished in paperback by Fromm International in 1997.
1994: Jung. Past Masters Series. Oxford University Press, Oxford. Republished in 2000 in the Very Short Introduction series.
1995: Private Myths: Dreams and Dreaming. Hamish Hamilton, London, and Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA. Published in paperback by Penguin Books, London, in 1996.
1996: Evolutionary Psychiatry: A New Beginning. Written in collaboration with John Price. Routledge, London.
1997: Critical notice: a lengthy critical review of The Jung Cult and The Aryan Christ by Richard Noll. The Journal of Analytical Psychology, 42 (4), 671–89.
1998: Ariadne’s Clue: A Guide to the Symbols of Humankind. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ. Reprint. 1999. Allen Lane, London. Reprint. 2000. Penguin, London; Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ.
1998: An Intelligent Person’s Guide to Psychotherapy. Duckworth, London.
1998: Response to P. Pietikainen. The Journal of Analytical Psychology, 43 (3), 345–55.
1999: On Jung, Second Edition, with a Reply to Jung’s Critics. Penguin, London, and The Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ.
2000: Prophets, Cults and Madness. Written in collaboration with John Price. Duckworth, London.
2000: Jungian Analysis and Evolutionary Psychotherapy: An Integrative Approach. In Paul Gilbert (ed.), Genes on the Couch: Explorations in Evolutionary Psychotherapy. Routledge, London.
2002: Evolutionary Psychiatry: A New Beginning, Second Edition. Written in collaboration with John Price. Routledge, London.
2004: The Roots of War and Terror. Continuum, London.
2006: The Archetypes. In Renos K. Papadopoulos (ed.), The Handbook of Jungian Psychology: Theory, Practice and Applications. Routledge, London.
2013: The Talking Cure, in three volumes. Inner City Books, Toronto.
Website: anthonystevens.co.uk gives details of publications and the link to the autobiographical film, Stevens at 80.
Hans Van den Hooff, PhD
Articles and papers:
Van den Hooff, H. (2013) A Hilbert-Space Framework for the Genesis of Conscious Mental States, Mind and Matter
Van den Hooff, Hans. (2012) Psychoanalytic reflections on a changing world [Book Review] [online]. Socio-analysis, 2012: 137-139.
Van den Hooff, Hans (2012) Falling Bankers and Falling Banks: A Psychoanalytical Exploration of the Phaethon Motif and the Fall in Financial Careers, in Towards a socioanalysis of money, finance and capitalism: Beneath the surface of the financial industry Susan Long and Burkhard Sieverd (Eds.), Routledge, London
Van den Hooff, Hans (2012) Quantum Mechanics and Analytical psychology anno 2012: Hilbert Space as a Mathematical Model for the Psyche. Paper 2d European Conference of the International Association of Analytical Psychology, St Petersburg, Russia, August-September 2012.
Van den Hooff, Hans (2006) Competition: some reflections on its archetypal roots and its effects on today’s organizations. Paper 23rd Annual Meeting of the International Society for the Psychoanalytical Study of Organizations, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 19-25 June 2006.
Articles and book chapters:
2012: Myth, disenchantment and the loss of sacred place’, International Journal of Jungian Studies:
2014: Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche: Book Review: Neurosis: The Logic of a Metaphysical Illness, International Journal of Jungian Studies: * This article was singled out by Psychology Progress to be of special interest in advancing the field of psychology, and highlighted on their website: www.psychologyprogress.com in 2013
1980: ‘Hermetic Silence and Psychotherapy’, Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies
1983: ‘Irony, Psychology and the Nature of the Question’, Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies
1986: ‘Jung, Psychology and Science: a reply to David Black’, Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies
1987: ‘Self-Knowledge, Ethos and Depth Psychology’, Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies
1989: Five poems., Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies
1990: Book Review: The Multiplicity of Dreams, Memory, Imagination and Consciousness by Harry T. Hunt, Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies
1994: Book Review: Spiritualism and the Foundations of C. G. Jung’s Psychology by F. X. Charet, Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies
1992: Book Review: God’s Shadow and the Novice’s Stones by Francoise O’Kane, Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies
1997: Naked And Errect: Male Sexuality and Feeling by Joel Ryce-Menuhin, Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies
1998: ‘Jung, Nietzsche, and the Dehumanization of Nature: Psychological and Ecological Consciousness’, Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies
1999: Book Review: The Soul’s Logical Life: Towards A Rigorous Notion of Psychology by Wolfgang Giegerich, Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies
2002: In Memoriam: David Holt, Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies
Guild of Pastoral Psychology Pamphlet No. 306 Surprised By Words: Psyche and Symbol in the work of David Holt
2004: A poem in: In A Wayward Mood: Selected Writings 1969-2002 by Daniel C. Noel
1980: Dragonflies: Studies in Imaginal Psychology: ‘The Psychoanalytic Body: The Imaginary and The Uncanny’
1999: European Journal of Psychotherapy, Counselling And Health: ‘Registering Psychotherapy as an institutional Neurosis: or, compounding the estrangement between Soul and world’
2001: ‘Case History: hermeneutics and suggestibility: a Response to “Poor Girl”: a case of active psychosis’
2002: Psychodynamic Practice: Individuals, groups and Organizations: Book review: Jung and the Postmodern: The Interpretation of Realities by Christopher Hauke
2005: Book review: Controversies in Analytical Psychology Robert Withers (ed.) et al (including Ann Shearer)
1987: Chiron: Archetypal Process in Psychotherapy: ‘Chiron’s Wound: Some reflections on the Wounded-Healer’
Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture:
1978: “Don Juan,” Trickster, and Hermeneutic Understanding
1987: ‘On the Nature of Practice’
1994: ‘Archaic Mind and Modernist Consciousness’
2006: 17 poems (published in the two volumes of this issue)
and an article: ‘The Unsaying of Stone in Jung’s Psychology’
2010: ‘The vicissitudes of Spirit in Jung’s Psychology: A Response To Giegerich’s “God Must Not Die!”’
2000, ‘How to Square the Medicine Wheel: Jung’s Use of the Mandala as a Schema of the Psyche’, in Drawing The Soul: Schemas and Models in Psychoanalysis, ed.,Bernard Burgoyne
2003, ‘Mercurius, archetype, and “transpychic reality”: C. G. Jung’s parapsychology of spirit(s)’, in Psychoanalysis And the Paranormal: Lands of Darkness, ed., Nick Totton
2003, ‘Registering Psychotherapy as an Institutional Neurosis: Or, compounding the estrangement between soul and world’, in Ethically Challenged Professions…enabling innovation and Diversity in psychotherapy and counselling, eds., Yvonne Bates and Richard House
2014, ‘Aurum Vulgi: Alchemy in Analysis, a Critique of a Simulated Phenomenon’, in Alchemy And Psychotherapy: Post-Jungian Perspectives, ed., Dale Mathers
2012 Berlin Conference Papers:‘Jung’s dream encounter with alchemy: distilling the psychological Notion of Interiority as an opus contra naturam
Addendem to “Jung’s dream encounter with alchemy”: a critical revision’
‘"In history there is never a way back." – C. G. Jung’
'Some thoughts on the Study of Myth and Fairy Tale in Jungian and Other Psychotherapy Trainings’
Newsletter (April, 2015), for the International Society for Psychology as a Discipline of Interiority: ‘The Logic of Image: simulating ‘mythic image’ in Anselm Kiefer’s ‘Parsifal II’
Irene Cioffi Whitfield
Diane Zervas Hirst
Diane publishes under the name of Diane Finiello Zervas. She has served on the editorial boards of Harvest, and Anima.
I. Art History
Zervas, D. F., Brunelleschi, Donatello, and the Parte Guelfa (Locust Valley, N.Y., 1987)
Zervas, D. F., Orsanmichele, 2 volumes (Modena 1996).
Zervas, D. F., Orsanmichele. Documents, 1336-1452 (Modena 1996).
Zervas, D. F., Andrea Orcagna. Il tabernacle di Orsanmichele (Modena 2006).
II. Art and Analytical Psychology
Zervas, D. F., The Necessity of Creation: Nature and the Emerging Spirit in the Art of the Symbolist Painter Odilon Redon, in Harvest, 45, no. 2 (1999), 100-21.
Zervas, D. F, review of M. Luprecht, Of Angels, Things And Death. Paul Klee’s Last Painting in Context (New York 1999), Harvest 46, no. 2 (2000) 167-73.
Zervas, D. F., Dark reflections: the shadow side of assisted reproductive techniques, in Haynes, J. and Miller, J. Eds., Inconceivable Conceptions. Psychological Aspects of Infertility and Reproductive Technology (Hove, East Sussex and New York, 2003), 181-203.
Zervas, D.F. Odilon Redon, in Anima. Figure della devozione (2003), 155-84.
Zervas, D.F., Verso il regno dei morti e dei non nati, gli ultimi anni di Paul Klee, in Anima. Muse malinconiche (2004), 33-58.
Zervas, D. F., Guest editor, Harvest, 2005 vol. 51, no. 2. Special Issue: Art and Image, Harvest, 51, no. 2 (2005).
Zervas, Diane Finiello, Towards the Realm of the Dead and the Unborn: Late Works of Paul Klee, in Harvest, 51, no. 2 (2005), 98-123.
Zervas, D.F. and Donfrancesco, F., Memoria dell’invisible, in Anima. L’anima appassionata (2005), 77-98.
Zervas, D. F., Da ricordare, in Anima. La pietà filiale (2006), 181-94.
Zervas, D. F., Ed.. Donfrancesco, Francesco. Soul-Making. Interweaving Art and Analysis (London 2009).
Zervas, D. F. and Donfrancesco, F., Memory of the Invisible, in Donfrancesco, F., Soul-Making. Interweaving Art and Analysis (London 2009), 152-69.
Zervas, D.F. Via dal vortice, in Anima. Perdita e ricerca del centro (2009), 163-78.
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