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Works by Campbell: The Collected Lectures of Joseph Campbell

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From the Star Wars trilogy to the Grateful Dead, Joseph Campbell has had a profound impact on our culture, our beliefs, and the way we view ourselves and the world. Provocative and exhilarating, the approximately 90 titles that will ultimately comprise The Collected Lectures of Joseph Campbell offer a glimpse into one of the great minds of our time, drawing together his most wide-ranging and insightful talks.

Our individual lectures are about 60 minutes each. They are organized into thematic volumes which are then collected into series. Currently, we have two complete series with a third underway.

See a diagram that shows how lectures, volumes, and series are organized

Series I – lectures up to 1970

Always at his best as an impromptu speaker, Campbell shines in these recordings, both as a scholar and as a master storyteller. These lectures are from early in his career, including recordings of his famous lectures at the Cooper Union.

Explore Lecture Series I

Series II – lectures from 1970 to 1978

Lectures from the middle of Campbell’s career, starting just after the moon landing in 1969 and counting to the late 1970s.

Explore Lecture Series II

Series III – lectures from 1983 to 1986

Lectures from the end of Campbell’s career, starting in the early eighties.

Explore Lecture Series III

Other Lectures: Singles and Rarities…

Rarity: A Sukhavati Companion

In the West, we have the idea of a conflict between good and evil, and so we are asked to stand for good against evil. We do not have a religion like almost everyone else in the world, putting us in accord with nature…. But in the East, the whole sphere of the universe is the womb of the Goddess, and the deities and all names and forms are within her bounds.—Joseph Campbell Sheldon Rocklin and Maxine Harris’s film Joseph Campbell’s Sukhavati: A Mythic Journey is a cinematic meditation on the archetypal, fundamentally human nature of myth, drawn from lectures…