Ruth Meyer, PhD (Depth Psych 2005) was one of the first female undergraduates admitted to Corpus Christi College, Oxford in 1979. She studied and taught history in England and Spain for 10 years before discovering the work of depth psychologist C. G. Jung. Since then, she has combined her lifelong passion for history with the insights of depth psychology. Her Master’s research at the University of London focused on the field of psychohistory and eventually led her to California where she is a pioneer in Jungian psychohistory. She earned her doctorate in depth psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute in California. She currently teaches history at a college preparatory school in San Jose and presents workshops on her research about dreams and history. She is the author of Clio’s Circle: Entering the Imaginal World of Historians (Spring Journal Books, 2007).