Joseph Campbell Foundation Myth Resources

Penn Museum

Penn Museum

The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, through its research, collections, exhibitions, and educational programming, advances understanding of the world’s cultural heritage. Founded in 1887, Penn Museum has conducted more than 400...

Sharing in the Journey of the Hero

Sharing in the Journey of the Hero

This is an on-line classroom that I have created for my 9th grade students.  They partake in The Sixty Day Sojourn project before beginning their short story writing. During The 60 Day Sojourn, we work through...

The Drawing Lesson

Mary Martin subtly reflects Campbellian themes in this character-driven work of fiction. Artist Alexander Wainwright, whose command of light and image has earned the coveted Turner Prize, is in danger of losing sight of the light...

Ruby Slippers, LLC – The Heroine’s Journey

Using the framework of “the Hero’s Journey,” as identified throughout world mythologies by Joseph Campbell, Susanna Liller is “the Heroine’s Coach,” working with women one-on-one, in groups, teleseminars and webinars, to guide them through “the Heroine’s...

The Folklore Society

The Folklore Society

The Folklore Society (FLS) was founded in 1878 and was one of the first organisations in the world devoted to the study of traditional culture. The term ‘folklore’ describes the overarching concept that holds together...

Life of Pi

What starts out as a reminisence of a boy’s heroic journey, shipwrecked and adrift, blossoms into an extremely powerful evocation of the power of metaphor & myth. Can’t say more without saying too much!...