Listening to Latin America: Exploring Cultural Complexes in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Uruguay, and Venezuelaby Thomas Singer
Pub. Date: 11/07/2012
Publisher: Spring Journal
In our rapidly changing contemporary world, analytical psychology is confronted ever anew with the challenge of remaining relevant. To take on this challenge, Spring Journal Books has created a new series under the title Analytical Psychology & Contemporary Culture. The goal of the series is to bring analytical psychology into a cross-fertilizing dialogue with the fundamental issues of our time. The series will explore the multiple, interpenetrating relationships between history, mythology, politics, economics, sociology, and the arts as they express themselves in contemporary culture. At the heart of our mission is the creative exploration of the psyche's response to a world in rapid transition from the evolving perspectives of analytical psychology.
One of the projects in this Series is to explore cultural complexes in different parts of the world. The first book on this topic, released in 2011, was called Placing Psyche and focused upon Australia. This is our newest release on cultural complexes, and centers on cultural complexes in Latin America.
This is the second volume in the Spring Journal Books series on cultural complexes in various parts of the world. This latest release explores how Latin American cultural complexes express themselves through race, ethnicity, religion, socio-economic status, and gender.
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