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Resource Tag Joseph Campbell

Tikkun: collected essays on poetry, myth, and literature

Tikkun refers to the Kabbalistic mythology associated with the Sephiroth, vessels created to contain the energies emanating from the divine (En-Sof). It is also the name of a new book by Evans Lansing Smith which brings together essays and reflections on the complex interrelationships…

Choreographer/JCF Co-Founder Jean Erdman Passes at 104

Jean Erdman as Medusa (Barbara Morgan, photographer)

The Joseph Campbell Foundation is deeply saddened to announce that its co-founder, award-winning dancer and choreographer, wife of famed mythologist Joseph Campbell, and extraordinary contributor to twentieth-century dance, passed away in Honolulu, Hawaii, on May 4, 2020—Star Wars day and…

Finding Joe

The official full length version of FINDING JOE: A story about Joseph Campbell and The Hero’s Journey has been made available via YouTube by the filmmaker, Patrick Solomon. The documentary features Deepak Chopra, Robin Sharma, Rashida Jones, Sir Ken Robinson and Joseph…

NYPL Archives: Joseph Campbell Papers

The Joseph Campbell papers date from 1905 to 1995 (bulk dates 1930s-1980s), and consist of materials related to Campbell’s career as a college professor, lecturer, researcher, and author. The collection is arranged into eight Series, and holds Campbell’s original writing;…

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