ISSN 1715-7978

Journal of Jungian Scholarly Studies

Volume 7, 2011

Darrell Dobson, Ph.D.

Author Biographies

Gary Brown, Ph.D is. associate professor of philosophy at Collin College, Plano, Texas. B.A in philosophy from the University of Texas, Austin; M.A. in history of ideas (portfolios on Friedrich Hölderlin and Thomas Mann), University of Texas, Dallas; PhD. in history of ideas (dissertation: 1929 Davos disputation between Martin Heidegger and Ernst Cassirer), University of Texas, Dallas. Ex-president, longtime board member C. G. Jung Society of North Texas; active member of Dasein Society. Post-graduate study of Hegel with Dr. Robert Wood, University of Dallas. Translated Nietzsche’s “Service and Disservice of History,” “Wagner at Bayreuth,” Yale University. Special interest: Human transformation, individuation in literature.

Darrell Dobson, Ph.D. is author of Transformative Teaching: Promoting Transformation through Literature, the Arts, and Jungian Psychology (2008). His work can also be found in Education and Imagination: Post-Jungian Perspectives (Routledge, 2008), Perpetual Adolescence: Jungian Analyses of American Media, Literature, and Pop Culture (SUNY, 2009), and peer reviewed journals such as Teacher Education Quarterly, Research in Drama Education, and Journal of Jungian Scholarly Studies. Dobson has published poetry in The Fiddlehead. He is president of the Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies and editor of Journal of Jungian Scholarly Studies. 

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 Scholarly Studies.

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 most recent book is The Ecocritical Psyche (Routledge, 2012).

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