Joseph Campbell in Culture

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Blissful Provocation

“Follow your bliss” means different things to different people. For Amos Paul Kennedy, it meant leaving behind his job at AT&T in order to make mugs and posters that pack an artistic punch. Kennedy addresses...

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Campbell… and Campbell’s Soup?

In wake of the new Star Wars franchise, a plethora of merchandise is being released on a global level. In this line of Star Wars themed merchandise is… Star Wars themed Campbell’s soup. The...

Mythology Lessons in the Digital Age

The Academy of Ideas offers viewers an incredible, and easy to understand summary of Campbell’s work, ideas, and philosophy. Would Joseph Campbell have ever imagined his work being taught to millions of individuals from...

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The Conversation

The Conversation recently published a summary of Campbell’s work, helping to spread his theories and ideas. It gives the full scope of his work, ranging from his earliest writings, to adaptions that were made...

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Campbell Given Place in Walk of Fame

Joseph Campbell was recently given an honorary place on New Rochelle’s walk of fame, showing just how far his influence extended. The walk of fame honors artists, activists, entrepreneurs, actors, and more. To see...

Earth is in the Heavens

The National Catholic Review offers gives a religious spin to Campbell’s interest in the pivotal moment when humanity first entered space. Campbell argued that it was at this moment we entered an age of...

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Life is an Endless Learning Experience

Colin Covert writes for the Star Tribune about Michael Bay’s Benghazi film, 13 hours. A quote from Campbell’s The Power of Myth found its way into the film. The majority of the movie consists of combat and...

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The Path is Never Clear

Kevin Ritchie writes about Mark Burnett, and the producer of shows like The Apprentice, and Survivor, used a Campbell quote to help bring him through a pitch with Donald Trump. He explains in an...

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Mythology and the Psyche

Mark Morford writes for the SF Gate about Joseph Campbell’s work and how mythology is not intended to be taken as fact, but to represent an inward experience. In other words, all of the...

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The Heroine’s Journey

Mike Sandrock writes for the Daily Camera about Sara Avant Stover, a writer who applies Campbell’s Hero’s Journey, to the life of the modern female in her new book The Book of SHE: Your Heroine’s Journey into the Heart...