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Listening to Latin America
— Exploring Cultural Complexes in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Uruguay, and Venezuela
Pilar Amezaga, Gustavo Barcellos, Áxel Capriles, Jacqueline Gerson, and Denise Ramos(Editores)
Listening to Latin America explores the theory and embodied reality that cultural complexes are powerful determinants in the attitudes, behavior, and emotional life of individuals and groups. The contributing authors are from several Latin American countries and present compelling historical, anthropological, sociological, mythological, psychological, and personal perspectives on a part of the world that is full of promise and despair.
Latin America is a region marked with psychic "fault lines" that cause disturbances in its populations on issues of social class, ethnicity, race, religion, gender, and even geography. Many of these "fault lines" appear to have their origins in the "basic fault" that occurred with the conquest and colonization of the region, primarily by the Spanish and Portuguese. This "basic fault" and its subsequent "fault lines" reside not just in various groups that compete for status, power, wealth, and meaning but in the psyche of every Latin American individual who carries the emotional memories and scars of conflicts that have coursed through their mixed blood for generations.
O ensaio de Gustavo Barcellos — “South and the Soul” — abre a coleção.
Conversing with James Hillman: City and Soul
Joanne Stroud(Editora da Série)
Livro que registra as contribuições ao Simpósio James Hillman 2014, do The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, com o capítulo “South and the Soul”, que reproduz a apresentação de Gustavo Barcellos no Simpósio.
The second annual Conference and Celebration of the Life and Work of James Hillman at the Dallas Institute, October 17th-18th, 2014. Inaugurated and supported by friends of James Hillman and by scholars of his founding work in the field of archetypal psychology, the Hillman Celebration is the leading forum for an ongoing discussion of Hillman’s Uniform Edition, the 10-volume collection of his writings, co-published by the Dallas Institute and Spring Publications. The mission of the Conference is to encourage discussion of Hillman’s major ideas and concepts in conjunction with psychological as well as cultural topics.
The 2014 event addressed Hillman’s book City and Soul, covering the book’s four sections: Patient as Citizen, Politics of Beauty, Places of Practice, and Responsive Environmentalism.
A Tribute to James Hillman: Reflections on a Renegade Psychologist
Jennifer Leigh Selig e Camilo Ghorayeb(Organizadores)
In mid-March, 2013, nearly two hundred people gathered in Campinas, Brazil, to honor both the recent passing and the ongoing legacy of James Hillman, the founder of archetypal psychology—or as he preferred to be called, in his own words, a renegade psychologist. The event was a true meeting of North and South, Hillman’s favorite psychological nodes, with speakers from Pacifica Graduate Institute in California joining with speakers from Brazil, two cultures united in their mutual respect, admiration, and commitment to carrying forward the calling of this true maverick of a man. The speakers were amongst Hillman’s family, his friends, his peers, and his students, those who knew him only through his textual body and those who were embodied friends and colleagues of over thirty years. The result was an intimate, unforgettable, and engaging exchange, sparked by the ten presentations gathered in this text for the first time in English.
O capítulo “Slightly at Odds: James Hillman’s Therapy”, de Gustavo Barcellos, integra a coleção.
“The Sibling Archetype: the psychology of brothers and sisters and the meaning of horizontality” (tradução em inglês do livro “O Irmão: psicologia do arquétipo fraterno”, Editora Vozes, 2009)
The fundamental role of the Sibling archetype in structuring and establishing individual adult life is undeniable, yet still dismissed. Brothers and sisters are powerful figures in our lives as we build our mature relationship patterns. Psychology must follow the movement that has been detected in other arts and sciences: the current search for the paradigm of brotherhood and horizontality. The Sibling is the archetypal basis for constructing the Other, and for recreating an idea and a sense of community within the new orders of the contemporary world.
Corpo Expressivo e Construção de Sentidos
Humberto Oliveira e Marly Chagas(Organizadores)
Leonardo Boff (CDDH)
Teresa Cristina Carreteiro (Paris VII/Sorbonne, CNPq)
Walter Boechat (UESA-RJ)
Humbertho Oliveira (UESA-RJ)
Marly Chagas (CBM-CEU)
Rosa Pedro (EICOS/UFRJ)
Lucia Helena Pena Pereira (UFBA)
Mauro Sá Rego Costa (UERJ)
Lia Rejane Barcellos (CBM-CEU)
Carlos Eduardo Melo Oliveira (SE/RJ)
Bernardo Conde (UERJ)
Luciana da Silva Rodriguez (CNPq)
Bruna de Oliveira Pinto (CNPq)
Suelen Carlos de Oliveira (CNPq)
Este livro pensa e redescobre o Corpo, o Corpo Expressivo. E traçando este caminho, elabora a Construção de Sentidos. Trafega por várias áreas e reúne pensadores dos mais significativos em suas atuações. Da Musicoterapia à Prática Psicoterapêutica, das viradas paradigmáticas da Educação às instigantes proposições das Ciências Sociais e da Psicossociologia, da articulação entre vários campos do saber e a vivência da Religião e da Arte, o trajeto reúne emoção, contradição, interação, criação, subjetividade, interioridade e singularidades. Uma obra que leva a reflexões sobre o ser na contemporaneidade e no seu quotidiano.