Safron Rossi

Ph.D., Pacifica Graduate Institute, Associate Core Faculty

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Safron teaches courses on mythology, archetypal symbolism, and scholarly praxis. Her work focuses on Greek mythology, archetypal psychology, astrology, goddess traditions, and feminist studies. For many years she was Curator at Opus Archives, home of the Joseph Campbell, James Hillman and Marja Gimbutas collections.

Safron is coeditor, with Keiron Le Grice, of Jung on Astrology (2017). She edited and introduced a volume in Joseph Campbell’s Collected Works based on his Goddess mythology lectures titled Goddesses:Mysteries of the Feminine Divine (2013). She has published articles in Jungian and Archetypal journals and has contributed essays to various volumes including The Soul Does Not Specialize: Revaluing the Humanities and the Polyvalent Imagination, and Breaking Plates: Fracturing Fictions and Archetypal Imaginings. Safron lectures across the US and internationally in Europe, Brazil and Australia.

Additional Work:

Rossi, S. (2014). From Attic to Basement and In-Between. In Selig, J. L., In Ghorayeb, C. F., Barcellos, G., Chagas, L. F., Aizenstat, S., Casey, E., Hillman, L., ... Watkins, M. (Eds.), A Tribute to James Hillman: Reflections on a Renegade Psychologist. Carpinteria, California : Mandorla Books.

Rossi, S. (2013). The Rapture of Being Alive. In S. Gerringer (Ed.), Joseph Campbell: The Artist's Way (pp. 9). Monterey, CA: Celadon Arts.

Rossi, S. (Summer 2012). From Attic to Basement and In Between. Quadrant: Journal of the C.G. Jung Foundation of Analytical Psychology, XXXXII(2), 71-79.

Rossi, S. (2011). Invocation: Orphic Hymn to the Charities~Graces. In Green, C. (Ed.). Breaking plates : fracturing fictions and archetypal imaginings. Calif: Pacifica Graduate Institute.

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