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The Resource African Americans and Jungian Psychology : Leaving the Shadows

African Americans and Jungian Psychology : Leaving the Shadows

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African Americans and Jungian Psychology : Leaving the Shadows
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African Americans and Jungian Psychology
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Leaving the Shadows
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dictionaries
African Americans and Jungian Psychology : Leaving the Shadows
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African Americans and Jungian Psychology : Leaving the Shadows
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Contents
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication Page -- Table of Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Foreword by Polly Young-Eisendrath -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: Jung's early America: racial relations and racism -- Chapter 2: The reality of racial chains and the myth of freedom -- Chapter 3: American racial Black and White complexes -- Chapter 4: Africanist traditions and African American culture -- The Transference -- Feminine imagery -- Individuation: skin as culture -- Chapter 5: African archetypal primordial: a map for Jungian psychology -- Chapter 6: Archetypal grief of African American women -- The mirror as whole -- Defining the archetypal -- Slavery as an archetypal event -- Defining archetypal grief: mother of sorrows -- Patient case narrative: introduction -- The fragmented mirror: slavery -- The sons -- The mirror's poor repair: Reconstruction and beyond -- Chapter 7: The Jungian shadow -- Dreaming the shadow -- Personal dream -- Personal dream -- Tavistock Jungian group experience -- Carrying the Shadow -- Chapter 8: The dreamers of Saint Elizabeth Hospital -- African Americans and trauma -- Chapter 9: African American cultural consciousness and the Jungian collective -- Jungian and psychoanalytical writers on racism -- Chapter 10: The promise of diversity -- Chapter 11: Summary: healing through an Africanist perspective -- Healing from an Africanist perspective: questions of discovery -- Index
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9781317351856
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