12 Scholars in Conversation with Bonnie Bright, Ph.D.
About the Instructor
This series includes depth dialogues by the following psychologists, scientists, and educators in conversation with Bonnie Bright, Ph.D.
- Jerome Bernstein
- Susan Rowland
- Stephen Aizenstat
- Susannah Benson
- Jeffrey T. Kiehl
- Sally Gillespie
- Robert Romayshyn
- Erel Shalit
- Michael Conforti
- Jonathan Paul Marshall
- Veronica Goodchild
- Nancy Swift Furlotti
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Over time, humans in western cultures have undergone a profound restructuring of the psyche resulting in a traumatic sense of separation. In modern day, we face a growing set of challenges on the ecological and social fronts. Industrial development, technological advancement, the rise of consumerism, and increasing populations combined with a tendency to value science and rational thought over tending nature are among the key contributors to the complex situation at hand.
The era of “the Anthropocene,” a term alluding to the significant global impact of human activity on the planet, has arrived.
The current crisis requires that we reflect on our situation from a depth psychological perspective, contemplating how we might tap into the underlying archetypal themes at work in the culture, and begin to articulate them in ways that inspire and move us to personal and collective action.