Soul Masks & Masking Tapes: Language, Image, & Soul

Speaker: Roloff, Lee
Product Code: Roloff-Masks-&-Tapes-683-MP3
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Lee Roloff, PhD. 3 hours 23 minutes. Audio.

Topics: Individuation, Self and Self-Psychology.

Soul Masks and Masking Tapes: Language, Image, and the Soul

This set includes the following two lectures:

  1. Soul Masks: Image and the Soul - Psyche is spirit; person is representation. Life’s task is finding a way to represent spirit in outer form. The psychological problem is how to be congruent with spirit and “mask.”
  2. Masking Tapes: Language and the Soul - Psyche “speaks”, of course, through another mask, the mask of language. How language itself becomes the mask of psyche is a fascinating journey into nothing less than “style” itself.

Lee Roloff, PhD was Professor Emeritus in the Department of Performance Studies at Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. There he taught performance art, archetypal and psychological approaches to literature, literature in the therapeutic setting, and seminars in creativity, creative imagination, and the performance of psyche in culture. He retired from academia in 1991 after forty years of teaching. He is a founding member of the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago and has written and taught in the field of psychology and literature, is a published poet, and is coauthor, with John Dotson, of Falling into Poetic Space: The Biopoetic Impulse.

© 2002 Lee Roloff.
Ⓟ 2002 CG Jung Institute of Chicago.

Format
Audio Format 2 MP3s in 1 ZIP File: 70MB