Joseph Campbell Foundation Popular Culture

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Say “Yes!” to Your Calling

Do you know we all have a calling in life? Huffington Post published an article that might just empower you to find your own. Expect to learn a lot about Joseph Campbell along the way....

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Woody Harrelson’s Thousand Faces

In an Esquire interview, Woody Harrelson references Joseph Campbell when he talks about his life balance. “He’s like, you reach this point — and I’m paraphrasing badly — but you get to this point...

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Bob Weir’s Biggest Hero

In this Rolling Stone Article, Bob Weir from the Grateful Dead gets interviewed on his career and legacy. When asked who is hero is, Joseph Campbell is his immediate answer. The following link has...

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Star Wars, George Lucas, and Joseph Campbell

Of course we all know George Lucas constantly looked to Joseph Campbell when he created Star Wars. This article explains the transition to J.J. Abrams for the newest film, and how he won’t stray...

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Game of Thrones Credits Joseph Campbell

Jon Snow from Game of Thrones is hand crafted to represent the Hero. This article explains this in more depth, and even depicts a character biography with Jon’s archetypal needs. Check out this extremely...

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Keanu Reeves on Avenging Heros

The Star uploaded a great interview with Keanu Reeves that explores why audiences are drawn to the vengeful hero archetype. He shares his knowledge of Campbell and what he thinks it does at a...

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Jeff Bridges “Follow your Bliss”

Smashing Interviews did a fantastic, genuine interview with Jeff Bridges. During the interview Bridges brings up the famous quote from Joseph Campbell “Follow your bliss” when asked how he lives his life. Check out the...

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George Miller’s Take on Storytelling

In the following interview with Director George Miller, he explains that Joseph Campbell has illustrated why we tell stories to begin with. He goes on to share a quote that in whole, is the...

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Forbes Breaks Down the Hero’s Journey

Forbes breaks down the 17 stages of the Hero’s Journey and how it relates to Fantasy and Fairytales in relation to our current generation. Check out the article below: ARTICLE