Tagged: JCF

Joseph Campbell and The Grateful Dead

Nicholas Meriwether writes for Dead.net about Joseph Campbell’s relationship with the band Grateful Dead. Bob Weir and Mickey Hart, both members of the band, were Campbell’s fans first, and invited him for dinner. After...

Campbell on Spotify

Spotify offers 592 short lectures given by the amazing American scholar Joseph Campbell! An extensive collection of lectures on art, literature, philosophy, psychology, and anthropology, ready to be heard anywhere. Don’t miss out on...

Ayad Akhtar – Our Society of Money

Bill Moyers writes for Moyers and Company about Ayad Akhtar and his new play, “Junk”. The play speaks on the value of finances in our society, and Moyers brings up some of Joseph Campbell’s...

Tiger Woods, the Myth

Max Adler writes for Golf Digest about Tiger Wood’s journey, from his rise to fame to his divorce, multiple scandals and a possible full-circle return. Following Joseph Campbell’s The Hero’s Journey structure, Adler analyses...

Brendan Gill on Campbell

Joan Konner, Huston Smith, Roy Finch, Carol Wallace Orr and Roberta H. Markman write for the website NY Books about Brendan Gill’s thoughts on Joseph Campbell. Put in question is one of Joseph Campbell’s most...

Lara Croft – New and Improved

Robert Ito writes for The New York Times about the new “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider” movie. Geneva Robertson-Dworet, co-writer, speaks on the choices made to transform  Croft into a more current and feminist character....

Julian Forrest and his Hallucinatory Paradise

Stephan Boissonnault writes for Vue Weekly about magical realism painter Julian Forrest. The artist speaks on his creative process, which includes studying historical public collections, other various visual artists and, of course, Joseph Campbell’s The Hero’s...

Heroic Men – The Path to Non-Toxic Masculinity

Anthony Simeone writes for the Good Men Project about toxic masculinity, and how Joseph Campbell’s teachings can help cure it. Simeone explains how children’s upbringing and societal demands on young men can create toxic people....

Blake Berglund: Archetypes in Country Music

Blake Berglund, country singer/songwriter, released “Realms”, a Joseph Campbell influenced album, in 2017 but articles about him haven’t stopped popping up! Berglund believes in his audience’s intelligence, and isn’t willing to leave his Campbell...

Sylvester Stallone and the Galaxy

Samuel Brace writes for the website Flickering Myth about Sylvester Stallone and his role on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2. Influenced by Joseph Campbell’s A Hero With a Thousand Faces, Stallone speaks on different...