Podcasts

The Joseph Campbell Foundation is proud to announce the creation of the MythMaker℠ Podcast Network. We hope to further the conversation around the work of Joseph Campbell and myth. The podcasts below have been invited to join the MythMaker℠ Podcast Network and are aligned with this mission.

Pathways with Joseph Campbell

The flagship original podcast from the Joseph Campbell Foundation that unearths newly-digitized talks from Joseph Campbell and examines their context and meaning. Hosted by Brad Olson, PhD, Editor of JCF MythBlast series.

Myth America

Topical, political, philosophical, metaphorical, Myth America shakes out our sense of who we are in the world. Hosted by Leigh Melander, PhD, Former JCF Board Member. Recent episodes include an exploration of living in mythic times.

Myth Matters

Storytelling and conversation about mythology, and why it’s important for our lives today. Hosted by Dr. Catherine Svehla, JCF Editorial Advisory Board. Recent episodes include a 4-part series on the myth of Inanna, an exploration of the Hindu myth, The King and the Corpse, and a look at mythic animals.

Skeleton Keys

Dedicated to unlocking the mysteries of mythology and history in pop culture, examining films, TV, music, comics and other popular art. Co-hosted by Torri Yates-Orr, Scholar of African American history and John Bucher, Creative Director for the Joseph Campbell Foundation. Recent episodes include examinations of Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart as the modern Dionysus and Hestia, Kim Kardashian as the modern Aphrodite, and Afrofuturism.


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