Racism and the Unconscious: Why Higher Education Needs Freud

Racism and the Unconscious: Why Higher Education Needs Freud by Adam Schneider and Dan Skinner Sigmund Freud visited the United States in 1909 to detail a basic but provocative idea: people’s [...]

Fates & Graces Mythologium: The program for this year’s Mythologium is live!

Fates & Graces Mythologium A conference for mythologists and the myth-curious   Dear Mythologists, The program for this year’s Mythologium is live! You’ll find 2 and 1/2 days of [...]

Pacifica Campus Reopening & Status for Fall 2021

Institutional Update on Campus Reopening & Status for Fall 2021 Quarter A message from Joseph Cambray, Ph.D., President/CEO   Dear Pacifica Faculty and Staff, Since we last provided an [...]

New Book: When the Light Breaks Through by Dana Swain

When the Light Breaks Through: Understanding Kundalini Experiences Through Psychology, Body, and Story By Dana Swain Kundalini is a spiritual, energetic force inherent in every human being and is [...]

MLK Santa Barbara – Planning for 2022 Events

MLK Santa Barbara – Planning for 2022 Events Dear Community Supporter, Thank you so much for your support during this challenging time. We were not able to present our normal activities [...]

LIVE! from Somewhere – Honoring the Nature of Fatherhood

LIVE! from Somewhere PGIAA’s monthly broadcast highlighting the work of our alumni/ae around the world Pacifica alumni/ae are, in essence, rainbows – making a difference in our world. Our [...]

Lying and Violence: A Nobel Lecture by Alexander Solzhenitsyn

Lying and Violence: A Nobel Lecture by Alexander Solzhenitsyn by Dennis Patrick Slattery, Ph.D. (Published in New Braunfels, Texas newspaper, the Herald-Zeitung’s Opinion page, June 12-13, 2021.) [...]

Existential Intimacy of Learning: A Noetic Turn from STEM

Existential Intimacy of Learning: A Noetic Turn from STEM by Peter M. Rojcewicz, PhD Pacifica Graduate Institute Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs STEM Education Science, technology, [...]

Mythologium 2021 Confronting Colonialism and White Supremacy in Myth

Mythologium 2021 welcomes the sponsored panel, Confronting Colonialism and White Supremacy in Myth      Rosalie Nell Bouck will present on “Held Embrujadas”: Reading Mesoamerican Myths of [...]

Alum Ryan McCormack – Core Dance Acts For Safe Water In Hawaii

Core Dance Acts For Safe Water In Hawaii Global Water Dances uses the art of dance to illuminate water issues on an international scale with Ryan McCormack, 2015 MA, DPJuAR. by BWW News Desk Jun. [...]

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