Joseph Campbell in Culture

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NY Times Honors Jean Erdman

The New York Times paid tribute to Jean Erdman following her death on May 4, 2020. The articles states, “A former principal dancer for Martha Graham, Ms. Erdman first came to wide notice as...

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Dance Magazine Remembers Jean Erdman

Nancy Allison, editor of the The Ecstasy of Being: Mythology and Dance, part of The Collected Works of Joseph Campbell, paid tribute to Jean Erdman, Campbell’s wife and partner in Dance Magazine, following Erdman’s...

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Celebrating Joe

This week we celebrate the birthday of our beloved mythologist, mentor and friend, Joseph Campbell. Joe was born on March 26, 1904. In looking back at his post-graduate life, Joe often spoke of those...

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WNYC, Diane Wolkstein, and Joseph Campbell

Storyteller, author, and folklorist Diane Wolkstein (1942-2013) produced and hosted Stories From Many Lands. Sponsored by the New York City Parks Department, the Saturday morning children’s program aired from 1968-1980.  Wolkstein’s career as the Parks...

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FINDING JOE Made Available on YouTube

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...