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Confronting cultural trauma : Jungian approaches to understanding and healing

By: Gudaite, Grazina, ed
Contributor(s): Stein, Murray, ed
Material type: TextTextNew Orleans Spring Journal Books c2014Description: 257p.; bibliog. notes; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 9781935528654Subject(s): Trauma, cultural | Healing
Contents:
Introduction - Grazina Gudaite. A second introduction - Murray Stein. 1 Horror inherited: transgenerational transmission of collective trauma in dreams - Kristina Schellinski. 2 Dreams don't let you forget: cultural trauma and its denial - John Hill. 3 Engagement with the other: reflections from post-apartheid South Africa - Astrid Berg. 4 Collective trauma and individual development: the case of Germany - Eleonore Lehr-Rottman. 5 Reiterative disintegration: historial and cultural patterns and the contemporary Mexican psyche - Patricia Michan. 6 "Father of the People" versus "Enemies of the People"; a split-father complex as the foundation for collective trauma in Russia - Vsevolod Kalinenko and Madina Slutskaya. 7 Intergenerational trauma: difference, genocide, and Holocaust - Jerome S. Bernstein. 8 Between aggression and compassion: treating post-trauma within a trauma-stricken space - Gadi Maoz and Vered Arbit. 9 The healing power of stories: mythodrama group therapy with internally displaced children and juveniles in Georgia, Caucasus - Allan Guggenbuhl. 10 Liminality: discourse as cultural trauma - Velimir B. Popovic and Marijana Popovic. 11 Cultural trauma in modern Germany - Gert Sauer. 12 Expressions of transgenerational trauma in the Estonian context - Ursula Peterson and Monika Luik. 13 The shadow of modernization in Japan as seen in Natsume Soseki's Ten Nights' Dreams - Mari Yoshikawa. 14 Restoration of continuity: desperation or hope in facing the consequences of cultural trauma - Grazina Gudaite
Abstract: '...essential reading for anyone interested in the subject of trauma from historical, cultural, political and clinical perspectives....original in the variety of differing perspectives on trauma and its treatment....I highly recommend this excellent volume.' --Jan Wiener
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Introduction - Grazina Gudaite. A second introduction - Murray Stein. 1 Horror inherited: transgenerational transmission of collective trauma in dreams - Kristina Schellinski. 2 Dreams don't let you forget: cultural trauma and its denial - John Hill. 3 Engagement with the other: reflections from post-apartheid South Africa - Astrid Berg. 4 Collective trauma and individual development: the case of Germany - Eleonore Lehr-Rottman. 5 Reiterative disintegration: historial and cultural patterns and the contemporary Mexican psyche - Patricia Michan. 6 "Father of the People" versus "Enemies of the People"; a split-father complex as the foundation for collective trauma in Russia - Vsevolod Kalinenko and Madina Slutskaya. 7 Intergenerational trauma: difference, genocide, and Holocaust - Jerome S. Bernstein. 8 Between aggression and compassion: treating post-trauma within a trauma-stricken space - Gadi Maoz and Vered Arbit. 9 The healing power of stories: mythodrama group therapy with internally displaced children and juveniles in Georgia, Caucasus - Allan Guggenbuhl. 10 Liminality: discourse as cultural trauma - Velimir B. Popovic and Marijana Popovic. 11 Cultural trauma in modern Germany - Gert Sauer. 12 Expressions of transgenerational trauma in the Estonian context - Ursula Peterson and Monika Luik. 13 The shadow of modernization in Japan as seen in Natsume Soseki's Ten Nights' Dreams - Mari Yoshikawa. 14 Restoration of continuity: desperation or hope in facing the consequences of cultural trauma - Grazina Gudaite

'...essential reading for anyone interested in the subject of trauma from historical, cultural, political and clinical perspectives....original in the variety of differing perspectives on trauma and its treatment....I highly recommend this excellent volume.' --Jan Wiener

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