Johanna Fawkes, Ph.D. is Senior Lecturer in Public Relations at Charles Sturt
University, Australia. Between 1990 and 2004, she ran PR degrees and professional
courses at three UK universities and was an independent academic, researcher
and consultant, based in Leeds, UK, until taking up her current post in 2011.
Johanna has written numerous papers for international journals and conferences,
is a regular reviewer for journals and conferences, and has contributed several
chapters to leading PR text books. She has worked with the UK’s Chartered
Institute of Public Relations as a researcher and Chief Examiner (Diploma),
has been a member of the Institute of Communication Ethics advisory board
and book reviews editor for the Journal of Communication Management,
and is a member of the editorial board for the new journal, Public Relations
Inquiry. She is currently preparing a book for Routledge's New Directions
in Public Relations and Communications Research, taking a Jungian approach
to public relations’ professional ethics, based on her recent doctoral thesis.
Alexandra Fidyk, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Secondary
Education, University of Alberta, Canada, and Adjunct Faculty at Pacifica
Graduate Institute, California. Her work draws from the fields of process
philosophy, depth psychology, Buddhist thought, curriculum theory, and poetic
inquiry. She has published poetry, chapters, articles and edited collections,
including forthcoming books in education and analytical psychology. She serves
as Associate Editor for the International Journal of Jungian Studies.
She is a Certified Jungian Psychotherapist.
Inez Martinez, Ph.D., Prof. Emerita, is Vice President of the Jungian
Society for Scholarly Studies. She has published articles on literature and
psyche in journals and books including Literary Visions of Homosexuality,
Harvest, Psyche and the Arts, Quadrant, and the Jungian Journal of
Elizabeth Nelson is core faculty and Dissertation Director at Pacifica Graduate
Institute, where she has been teaching since 2002. She is co-author of The
Art of Inquiry (2005, Spring Publications) and author of the forthcoming
Psyche’s Knife: An archetypal exploration of love and power (2011,
Chiron). Her research interests focus on mythologies of feminine power and
cultural expressions of the shadow and evil.
Susan Rowland (Ph.D.) was Professor of English and Jungian Studies at the
University of Greenwich and now teaches for Pacifica Graduate Institute, California.
First Chair of the International Association for Jungian Studies, she is
author of books on Jung, writing, literary theory, gender and literature.
Her next book is The Ecocritical Psyche, forthcoming Routledge, 2012.
Rinda West is the author of Out of the Shadow: Ecopsychology, Story,
and Encounters with the Land (University of Virginia Press, 2007). She
earned her Ph.D. at the University of Leeds, England, has taught at the University
of Chicago, Oakton Community College, and Christ Church University, Canterbury,
and has served on the board of the Jung Institute, Chicago, the Midwest Ecological
Landscaping Association, and the Landscape Design Association. She is
the author of articles in numerous publications including one in the recent
collections, Cultivating Ecological Awareness, and Perpetual Adolescence.
Currently she is a landscape designer in Chicago.