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Seeing in the dark : wisdom works by black women in depth psychology / edited by Sharon D. Johnson, PhD.

Contributor(s): Johnson, Sharon D [editor]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York ; Malibu ; London : The Malibu Press, 2017Edition: 1st edDescription: 153 pages ; 20 cmISBN: 9780998226002Subject(s): Jungian psychology | Women, Black -- Psychology | African American psychologists | Women psychologists | Racism -- Psychological aspects | African American women -- Psychology
Contents:
Why are all the black women depth psychologists sitting together in the cafeteria?: choosing the familiar other as a radical act of love (Sharon D. Johnson, PhD) -- Woman, know thyself -- Revisioning the myth of the angry black woman (Sherrie Sis Allen, PhD) -- My legacy and the legacy of enough in the workplace (Patricia Arah Ann Taylor, PhD) -- A candle for my father (Patricia Arah Ann Taylor, PhD) -- Soma and Psyche -- Melancholic acquaintances (Kimberly L. Howell, MBA, PhD) -- Re-visioning Hollywood's Gods: the pantheon of celebrity (Kimberly L. Howell, MBA, PhD) -- Stepping into forest: incorporating the lost girl back into the self (Alisa Orduna, PhDc) -- History, Historicity, and Healing -- Acts of liberation: creative resistance (Marcella De Veaux, PhD) -- Race and inferiority: what the Harlem Renaissance can teach us today (Sharon D. Johnson, PhD).
Abstract: "...A collection of work by an intimate colloquy of Black women depth psychologists who apply the principles of the discipline in a variety of the professional and community contexts. The book contributes to body of depth psychological literature of interest to professionals and students seeking an understanding and appreciation of the archetypal symbols alive in the personal and collective cultural unconscious. The diverse voices put forth in this premier publication affect our individual and social lives in relevant and groundbreaking ways.'
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Includes bibliographical references (p.131-146).

Why are all the black women depth psychologists sitting together in the cafeteria?: choosing the familiar other as a radical act of love (Sharon D. Johnson, PhD) -- Woman, know thyself -- Revisioning the myth of the angry black woman (Sherrie Sis Allen, PhD) -- My legacy and the legacy of enough in the workplace (Patricia Arah Ann Taylor, PhD) -- A candle for my father (Patricia Arah Ann Taylor, PhD) -- Soma and Psyche -- Melancholic acquaintances (Kimberly L. Howell, MBA, PhD) -- Re-visioning Hollywood's Gods: the pantheon of celebrity (Kimberly L. Howell, MBA, PhD) -- Stepping into forest: incorporating the lost girl back into the self (Alisa Orduna, PhDc) -- History, Historicity, and Healing -- Acts of liberation: creative resistance (Marcella De Veaux, PhD) -- Race and inferiority: what the Harlem Renaissance can teach us today (Sharon D. Johnson, PhD).

"...A collection of work by an intimate colloquy of Black women depth psychologists who apply the principles of the discipline in a variety of the professional and community contexts. The book contributes to body of depth psychological literature of interest to professionals and students seeking an understanding and appreciation of the archetypal symbols alive in the personal and collective cultural unconscious. The diverse voices put forth in this premier publication affect our individual and social lives in relevant and groundbreaking ways.'

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