In Memoriam: Gregory Henderson

Professor remembered for his compassion and instructional talents By Ross Brenneman Greg Henderson, an adjunct professor at the USC Rossier School of Education, has died, his family announced [...]

In Memoriam: Richard Masterson

January 3, 1961 – January 7, 2016 MELVERN—Richard (Jesse) Masterson was born Jan. 3, 196, and passed away Jan. 7, 2016, after a short battle with pancreatic cancer. Richard was a resident of [...]

In Memoriam: Amanda Heming Minsky

April 15, 1955 – July 6, 2015 Amanda passed peacefully in her home on July 6th, 2015 after a long difficult battle with cancer. She was the daughter of Charles E. Heming and Olga Landeck [...]

In Memoriam: Helene Heinz

Helene Heinz Helene Heinz, aged 61, passed away on July 6, 2015, in the arms of her loving husand Erel, after more than a 12-year battle with breast cancer. Helene was born in Northern California [...]

Pacifica Graduate Institute Mythological Studies Students Establish Memorial Scholarship to Honor Dr. V. Walter Odajnyk

Pacifica Graduate Institute Mythological Studies Students Establish Memorial Scholarship to Honor Dr. V. Walter Odajnyk (May 18, 2015 – Santa Barbara, CA) — Pacifica Graduate Institute [...]

Wendy Phelps West Brenninkmeijer (1959 – 2015)

Wendy Phelps West Brenninkmeijer (1959 – 2015) May 8, 1959 – May 1, 2015 Wendy was born on May 8, 1959 in New Jersey. After prolonged complications with bone cancer, she passed away [...]

Jamie Elizabeth Bormann (1986-2015)

Jamie Elizabeth Bormann Jamie Elizabeth Bormann, 28, of Normal, IL, passed away on Sunday, May 10, 2015 in Lafayette at her parents’ home. Born May 21, 1986 in Lafayette, she was the [...]

A Tribute to James Hillman • Gustavo Beck

Of Nightmares, Beasts, and Borders ≥ no transcript available  ≈  please listen @ https://soundcloud.com/pacificaalumni photo  •  Kathee Miller A Ph.D. in Mythological Studies (2009) from Pacifica [...]

A Tribute to James Hillman • Jennifer Sandoval

For the Sake of the Soul “I remember Dr. Hillman’s visit to our first-year class. Not yet familiar with his work, I was bold (or ignorant) enough to ask him ‘where’ he [...]

A Tribute to James Hillman • Matthew Green

A Tribute to James Hillman “Now, the genius of Hillman’s work in my appreciation is his differentiation of imagining: image, personifying, aesthetic response, notitia, pausing, [...]

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