Bibliography of writings by David L. Miller

1963

"To Heal the Broken: A Variation on the Theme," Brethren Life and Thought, VIII, 1 (Winter, 1963), 35-38.

"The Symbolizing of Symbol: The Function of Religious Symbols," Brethren Life and Thought, VIII, 3 (Summer, 1963), 17-24.

Review: Christian Faith and the Contemporary Arts, ed. Eversole, in: Religion in Life, XXXII, 4 (Autumn, 1963), 635-636.

1964

Review: Wait Without Idols, by Vahanian, in: Religion in Life, XXXIII, 3 (Summer, 1964), 483-484.

"Salvation and the Image of Comedy: Pirandello and Aristophanes," Religion in Life, XXXIII, 3 (Summer, 1964), 451-64.

1965

Review: "Downward to Wisdom" (Catherine Ann Porter and the Art of Rejection, by Nance), in: Christian Century, LXXXII, 20 (May 19, 1965), 656-658.

"False Prophets in the Secular City," Christian Century, LXXXII, 46 (November 17, 1965), 1417-1418.

1966

"Light from the North: A Review Article," The Journal of Bible and Religion, XXXIV, 1 (January, 1966), 25-28.

"False Prophets in the Secular City," in: Bernard Murchland, ed., The Meaning of the Death of God (New York: Random House, 1966), pp. 203-207.

Review: Samuel Beckett, ed. Martin Esslin, in Christian Advocate, X, 12 (June 16, 1966), 20.

Review: Radical Theology and the Death of God, by Altizer and Hamilton in: Christian Advocate, X, 15 (July 28, 1966), 17.

"Homo Religiosus and the Death of God," The Journal of Bible and Religion, XXXIV, 3 (October, 1966), 305-315.

1967

Interpretation: The Poetry of Meaning, editor, with Stanley Romaine Hopper (New York: Harcourt, Brace and World, 1967).

"Ho Ariel! A Meditation on Saint Paul, Isaiah, and Shakespeare," Brethren Life and Thought, XII, 3 (Summer, 1967), 42-46.

1968

Review: "Milking the Snake" (Theology and the Arts, by Harned; and, A Theological Approach to Art, by Hazelton), in: Messenger, CXVIII, 15 (July 18, 1968), 27-28.

"Meditation on Malachi 4:1-10," Brethren Life and Thought, XIII, 4 (Autumn, 1968), 244-246.

1969

"A Mythologist Looks at the Realities of Comprehensive Health Planning," Nursing Outlook, XVII, 7 (July, 1969), 24-27.

"The Impossibility of Teaching Religion in a Church-Affiliated College," Brethren Life and Thought, XIV, 1 (Winter, 1969), 53-61.

"Orestes: Myth and Dream as Catharsis," in: Joseph Campbell, ed., Myths, Dreams, and Religion (New York: E.P. Dutton, 1969), pp.26-47.

1970

Gods and Games: Toward a Theology of Play (New York: World Publishing Co., 1970).

"The Kingdom of Play: Some Old Theological Light from Recent Literature," Union Seminary Quarterly Review, XXV, 3 (Spring, 1970), 343-360.

1971

"The `Method' Lecture," Soundings, LIV, 3 (Fall, 1971), 253-259.

"Theology and Play Studies: An Overview," Journal of the American Academy of Religion, XXIX, 3 (September, 1971), 349-354.

"Playing the Mock Game (Luke 22:63-64)," Journal of Biblical Literature, XC, III (1971), 309-313.

1972

"More on Play," Christianity and Crisis, XXXII, 3 (March 6, 1972), 47-48.

"Playing the Game to Lose," in: Jurgen Moltmann, et al., The Theology of Play (New York: Harper and Row, Publishers, 1972), pp.99-110.

"Polytheism and Archetypal Theology," Journal of the American Acadmey of Religion, XL, 4 (December, 1972), 513-527.

1973

Review: Literature and Religion, ed. Gunn, in: The Journal of Religion, LIII, 1 (January, 1973), 143-145.

Gods and Games: Toward a Theology of Play (Colophon Books; New York: Harper and Row, Publishers, 1973).

"Wakan Tanka is a Butterfly," Brethren Life and Thought, XVIII, 3 (Summer, 1973).

"Achelous and the Butterfly: Toward an Archetypal Psychology of Humor," Spring, 1973 (Zurich/New York), 1-23

1974

The New Polytheism: Rebirth of the Gods and Godesses (New York: Harper and Row, Publishers, 1974).

"Spirit," in: Noel, ed., The Echo of the Wordless Word (Waterloo, Ontario: American Academy of Religion, 1974).

Review: The Asian Journal of Thomas Merton, by Merton, in: The Review of Books and Religion, III, 4 (January, 1974), 1, 16.

Review: "Of Birds and Men" (The Chickadees, by Hyers), in: The Christian Century, XCI, 20 (May 22, 1974), 568-570.

1975

"Ad Maiorem Gloriam Castaliae: Hermann Hesse and the Greek Gods and Goddesses," Spring, 1975 (Zurich/New York), 152-162.

"The Gods and Soul: An Essay-Review," Journal of the American Academy of Religion, XLIII.3 (1975), 586-90.

1976

"Fairy Tale or Myth?" Spring 1976 (Zurich/New York), 157-164.

Tape: "And There Is No Health in Us" (Butterfly Media Dimensions, 13047 Ventura Boulevard, North Hollywood, California 91604).

Tape: "Mythopoesis, Psychopoesis, Theopoesis: The Poetries of Meaning" (1976 Panarion Conference, 12301 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, California 90025).

Tape: "To See in the Dark: A Frog's Eye View" (University Extension, University of California at Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, California 95064).

Tape Series: "Images of Ending" (C.G. Jung Institute, 28 East 39th Street, New York City 10016).

1977

"Alienation, Liberation and Sport," in: Landry and Orban, eds., Philosophy, Theology and History of Sports and of the Olympics. Proceedings of the 1976 International Congress of Physical Activity Sciences. (Miami, Florida: Symposia Specialists, Inc., 1977), pp. 153-160.

1978

Tape: "The Motif of Ending in Myth and Literature" (C.G. Jung Institute, 10249 Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90064).

"Images of Happy Ending," Eranos 44-1975 (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1978), pp.61-90.

Tape: "Clowns & Christs: Wit and Humor in the Religious Imagination" (1978 Panarion Conference, 10349 Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90064).

Tape: "Rice Cakes Now--The Anti-Myth of Story" (NCR Cassettes, P.O. Box 281, Kansas City, MO 64141, tape #A-837).

"Hades and Dionysos: The Poetry of Soul," Journal of the American Academy of Religion, XLVI.3 (September, 1978):331-335.

Review: Dieu et l'utopie: L'Église et la technique, by G. Vahanian, in: Journal of the American Academy of Religion, XLVI, 1 (March, 1978), 91-92.

Review: La Foi prophetique et le sacré, by H. Corbin, et alia, in: Journal of the American Academy of Religion, XLVI, 1 (March, 1978), 94-95.

1979

"Märchen oder Mythos?" in: Gorgo: Zeitschrift fur archetypische Psychologie, Heft II, jg. 1979 (Stuttgart), 52-60.

Le nouveau polytheism: Renaissance des dieux et des deesses, trad. T. Auzas et M.J. Benmussa (Paris: Editions Imago, 1979).

Tape: "Womb of Gold, Body of the Sun: Image of the Virgin" (Analytical Psychology Society of Western New York, 166 Cleveland Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14222).

Tapes: "Gods and Soul: Images of Self in World Religions"--1. "Kundalini," 2. "I Ching," 3. "Zen Ox-herding Pictures," 4. "Kabbala," 5. "Trinity" (Analytical Psychology Society of Western New York, 166 Cleveland Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14222).

Review: Homecoming: Interpretation, Transformation and Individuation, by C. Winquist, in: Journal of the American Academy of Religion, XLVIII, 3 (September, 1979), 461-462.

1980

"Theology's Ego/Religion's Soul," Spring 1980 (Dallas).

"Red Riding Hood and Grand Mother Rhea: Some Images of a Psychology of Inflation," in: Facing the Gods (Dallas: Spring Publications, 1980).

"Le chat de Schrodinger et l'imagination," in: Science et Conscience (Paris: Editions Stock et France-Culture, 1980).

1981

Christs: Archetypal Meditations in Christian Theology, Volume I (New York: The Seabury Press, 1981).

The New Polytheism, revised edition, with Preface by Henry Corbin and Appendix by James Hillman (Dallas: Spring Publications, 1981).

"Imaginings No End," in: Eranos 46-1977 (Frankfurt: Surkampf Verlag, 1981).

"Theologia imaginalis," in: Charles Winquist, ed., The Archaeology of the Imagination (Chico, CA: Scholars Press, 1981).

"Rhythms of Silenus in a Poetics of Christ," in: Eranos 47-1978 (Frankfurt: Surkampf Verlag, 1981).

Tape: "Squirrels and Other Gods: Archetypal Image of the Animal in Religion" (Analytical Psychology Society of Western New York, 166 Cleveland Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14222).

"La renaissance des dieux," in Henry Corbin: Cahier de l'Herne (Paris: l'Herne, 1981).

1982

"Images, Angels, Bacon," Corona 2 (Bozeman, Montana), 7-9.

"Between God and the Gods--Trinity," Eranos 49-1980 (Frankfurt: Insel Verlag, 1982), pp.81-148.

"The Two Sandals of Christ: Descent into History and into Hell," Eranos 50-1981 (Frankfurt: Insel Verlag, 1982), pp.146-223.

"Womb of Gold, Body of the Sun: Reflections on Christian Imagery of the Virgin and the Moon," Stroud & Thomas, eds., Images of the Untouched (Dallas: Spring Publications, 1982), pp.85-101.

Tape: "The Black Sublime: Descent into Hell as Archetypal Image of Depression" (Analytical Psychology Society of Western New York, 166 Cleveland Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14222).

1983

Il nuovo politeisma: La rinascita degli Dei e delle Dee, con una prefazione di Henry Corbin, poscritto di James Hillman, a cura di Bianca Garufi, traduzione dall'inglese di Mauro Bonacci e Paola Donfrancesco (Milano: Edizioni di Communita, 1983).

"From Leviathan to Lear: Shades of Play in Language and Literature," Eranos 51-1982 (Frankfurt: Insel Verlag, 1983), pp.59-110.

1984

Tape: "Eros and Psyche--The Jungian Narcissus" (Analytical Psychology Society of Western New York, 166 Cleveland Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14222).

"On Literalism: The Letter and the Monkey," Spring 1984 (Dallas), 151-162.

Preface: Heinz Westman, The Structure of Biblical Myths: The Ontogenesis of the Psyche (Dallas: Spring Publications, 1984), pp. xv-xix.

"Jung et les dieux," M. Cazenave, ed., L'Herne: Carl G. Jung (Paris: Editions de l'Herne, 1984), pp. 309-315.

"The  Ghost and the Grateful Dead," Eranos 52-1983 (Frankfurt: Insel Verlag, 1984), 277-346.

"Cartoons," Seedbed, XII, 2 (September 1984), 10-14.

1985

Review: "Deep Water and Dreams" (Water and Dreams, by Bachelard), in: Psychological Perspectives, XVI, 1 (1985), 111-114.

"In the Middle of a Dark Way: Descensus ad inferos in C.G. Jung and James Hillman," L.H. Martin and J. Goss, eds., Essays on Jung and the Study of Religion (Lanham: University Press of America, 1985), pp.192-203.

Tape: "`Attack Upon Christendom': From Kierkegaard to Lacan by way of Jung," #165 (C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago, 550 Callan Avenue, Evanston, IL 60202).

Tape: "Ghosts--Holy and Not So Holy!" (C.G. Jung Foundation, 28 East 39th Street, New York, NY 10016).

1986

"`Attack Upon Christendom!' The Anti-Christianism of Depth Psychology," Thought (Fordham University Quarterly), LXI, 240 (March 1986), 56-67.

Three Faces of God: Traces of the Trinity in Literature and Life (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1986).

"Jung e gli dei," L'Immaginale (rassegna di psicologia immaginale), VI (April 1986), 81-89.

1987

"Chiliasm: Apocalyptic with a Thousand Faces," in: V. Andrews, R. Bosnak, and K.W. Goodwin, eds., Facing Apocalypse (Dallas: Spring Publications, 1987), pp. 4-24.

"`Attack Upon Christendom!' The Anti-Christianism of Depth Psychology," in: M. Stein and R.L. Moore, eds., Jung's Challenge to Contemporary Religion (Wilmette: Chiron Publications, 1987), pp. 27-40.

"Orest: mit i san kao katharsis," Vidici, 251-252 (1987), pp. 30-43.

"Theopoiesis: A Perspective on the Work of Stanley Romaine Hopper," in: S.R. Hopper, Why Persimmons and Other Poems (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1987), pp. 1-11.

"Hand and the Spirit," in: Dominique Nahas, Sacred Spaces (Syracuse: Everson Museum, 1987), pp. 49-52.

"The Question of the Book: Religion as Texture," in: Charles Winquist, ed., Text and Textuality (Semeia #40; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1987), pp. 53-64.

Review: Angels Fear: Towards an Epistemology of the Sacred, Gregory Bateson and Mary Catherine Bateson, in: The New York Times Book Review (November 15, 1987), p. 48.

1988

Review: Deconstruction in Context: Literature and Philosophy, by Mark C. Taylor, in: Religious Studies Review, XIV.2 (April 1988), 137.

"Through a Looking Glass: The World as Enigma," in: Eranos 55-1986 (Frankfurt: Insel-Verlag, 1988), pp. 349-402.

"Keiji Nishitani, David Miller and Hayao Kawai: A Conversation," Bukkyo, IV.7 (1988), 116-133 (in Japanese).

"Nietzsche's Horse and Other Tracings of the Gods," Stanford Italian Review, VI.1-2 (1986), 159-170 (first appeared in 1988).

"La Conoscenza degli Dei," Anima (Florence, Italy), I (1988), 61-76.

Review: Pagan Meditations: The Worlds of Aphrodite, Artemis and Hestia, by Ginette Paris, in: The Journal of the American Academy of Religion, LVI, 1 (Spring 1988), 166-169.

"The Divine in the Contemporary World: A Conversation with Keiji Nishitani, Hayao Kawai and David Miller, " Kyoto Journal (Fall 1988), 16-21.

Tape: "Masks of Creativity" (2 tapes), #88379-241, -242, Common Boundary: Revealing the Creative Spirit (Elkridge, MD: Chesapeake Audio/Video Communications, 1988).

1989

"The Poetry of Soul," Sphinx 2 (1989), 35-41.

The Question of the Book: Religion as Texture (The Loy H. Witherspoon Lectures in Religious Studies, 1985-86) (Charlotte: The University of North Carolina Department of Religious Studies, 1989).

Hells and Holy Ghosts: A Theopoetics of Christian Belief (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1989).

"The `Stone' which is not a Stone: C.G. Jung and the Post-Modern Meaning of `Meaning,'" Spring 49 (Dallas: Spring Publications, 1989): 110-122.

1990

"An Other Jung and an Other. . . ," ed. by Karin Barnaby and Pellegrino D'Acierno, C.G. Jung and the Humanities (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1990), 325-340.

"The Everyday Life of Myth," in: Connections (College of Arts and Sciences, Syracuse University), 4.2 (April 1990): 2-3.

"The Flight of the Wild Gander: The Postmodern Meaning of `Meaning,'" ed. D.C. Noel, Paths to the Power of Myth: Joseph Campbell and the Study of Religion (New York: Crossroad, 1990), 108-117.

"Theologia Imaginalis," in: Maria Parisen, ed., Angels and Mortals (Wheaton: Theosophical Publishing House, 1990), 157-76.

1991

"Prometheus, St. Peter, and the Rock: Identity and Difference in Modern Literature," Eranos 57-1988 (Frankfurt: Insel Verlag, 1990), 75-124.

Review of: Gerald L. Bruns, Heidegger's Estrangements, in Religious Studies Review, 17/2 (1991): 152-3.

"Bicycles, Airplanes, and Heraclitus' River: One Story of How Christianity Lost its Thrilling Power," Pilgrimage, 17/3 (1991): 16-18.

Yomigaeru Kamigami:  Atarashii Tashinron, tr. Tomoko Kuwabara and Kyoko Takaishi (Tokyo: Shunju Sha, 1991). (Japanese translation of The New Polytheism).

"Why Men are Mad! Nothing-Envy and the Fascration Complex," in: Spring 51 (1991): 70-79.

"Great Mothers and Grandmothers," in: Christine Downing, ed., Mirrors of the Self: Archetypal Images That Shape Your Life (Los Angeles: Jeremy P. Tarcher, Inc., 1991): 92-95.

1992

"Angels, Ghosts, and Dreams: The Dreams of Religion and the Religion of Dreams," The Journal of Pastoral Psychology, 26(1991): 18-28.

"Ad maiorem gloriam Castaliae: Hermann Hesse e gli dei e dee greci," Klaros--Quaderni di psicologia analitica, 4/1-2 (1991): 3-12.

Tape: "Animadversions" (a lecture presented at The Festival of Archetypal Psychology at the University of Notre Dame, 12 July 1992), Sounds True Recordings, 735 Walnut St., Boulder, CO 80302.

1993

"Animadversions," Spring 54 (1993): 19-31.

"Uchimo naku, Soto mo naku ['No Outside, No Inside']," Internal and External Dimensions of the Human Environment [Japanese proceedings of 1992 Tenri International Symposium] (Tenri City: Kyoyo Books, 1993), 81-110.

"Blemishes without Blemish," an Introduction to: Evil, Sexuality and Disease in Günewald's Body of Christ, by Eugene Monick (Dallas: Spring Publications, 1993), xi-xv.

1994

"Play Not," In Good Company, ed. David Jasper and Mark Ledbetter (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1994), 33-46.

"The Fire is in the Mind," Spring 56 (1994): 78-91.

"Comparativism in a World of Difference: The Legacy of Joseph Campbell to the Postmodern History of Religions," The Joseph Campbell Foundation Newsletter, 2 (Winter 1994): 6-12 [a lecture to the Parliament of World Religions, Chicago, Illinois, August 1994].

"I due sandali di Cristo: discesa nella storia e negli inferi," Il vertice e l'abisso: la simbologia dell'ascesa e della discesa (Como: Rededizioni, 1994), 74-151.

1995

Jung and the Interpretation of the Bible, editor (New York: Continuum, 1995).

Review: Walter Lowe, Theology and Difference: The Wound of Reason, in: The Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 63/1 (1995):172-76.

"Religious Truth & Religious Diversity: Sensing the Rhythm in Chaos" ("Bricolage: The Mythological Dimension of the Problem" "Nothingness: The Psychological Dimension of the Problem" "Deconstruction: The Theological Dimension of the Problem"), Presentations: 1993 Annual Conference of the National Association of Ecumenical Staff. (New York: NAES/Ecumenical Networks Program, National Council of Churches, 1995), 8-44.

"Comparativism in a World of Difference," Common Era: Best New Writings on Religion, ed. Steven Scholl (Ashland, OR: White Cloud Press, 1995), 168-77.

1996

"The Death of the Clown: A Loss of Wits in the Postmodern Moment," Spring 58 (Fall 1995): 69-82.

"'Nothing Almost Sees Miracles!' Self and No-Self in Psychology and Religion," The Journal of the Psychology of Religion, 4-5 (1995-1996): 1-26.

"The Fire is in the Mind," ed. Jonathan Young, Saga: Best New Writings on Mythology, volume 1 (Ashland: White Cloud Press, 1996), 55-67.

"Introduction to an Interview with Thomas Moore," Syracuse University Library Associates Courier, 30 (1995): 51-53.

"The Bricoleur in the Tennis Court: Pedagogy in Postmodern Context," The 1996 Conference on Values in Higher Education--Ethics and the College Curriculum: Teaching and Moral Responsibility, in electronic format @: http://funnelweb.utcc.utk.edu/~unistudy/ethics/dlm1.html.

"The Nose Knows Values: Character and the Daimonic in Education," The 1996 Conference on Values in Higher Education--Ethics and the College Curriculum: Teaching and Moral Responsibility, in electronic format @: http://funnelweb.utcc.utk.edu/~unistudy/ethics/dlm2.html.

1997

"Learning Theology on Oneself," "Faith is Make Believe," and "The Marriage Triangle," in: Thomas Moore, ed., The Education of the Heart (New York: HarperCollins, 1997), 48, 55-56, 185-86.

1998

"Myth and Folktale: Two Metamorphoses," Mythosphere: A Journal for Image, Myth, and Symbol, 1/1 (1998): 9-22.

1999

"Convoking Thoughtfulness," The Convocation Speech of the College of Arts and Sciences at Syracuse University, in electronic format @: http://www.alief.com/daybreakers/syracuse.html

Tape:  "A Myth is as Good as a Smile! The Mythology of a Consumerist Culture," lecture to the conference on Archetypal Activism, Santa Barbara, California (Pacifica Graduate Institute Bookstore, 249 Lambert Road, Carpinteria, CA 93013, 805-969-3626).

"Nothing to Teach!  No Way to Teach It!  Together with the Obligation to Teach!" Soundings 82/1-2 (Spring/Summer 1999): 219-240.

"Looking Glass" (What Does Myth Mean to Me?), The Salt Journal, 2/1 (1999), 64.

2000

"The New Polytheism," in:  Mary Pat Fisher and Lee W. Bailey, eds., An Anthology of Living Religions (Upper Saddle River: Prentice-Hall, 2000), 12-14.

"The Bricoleur in the Tennis Court: Pedagogy in Postmodern Context," The Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 16/2 (Summer 2000), 49-62.

"'A Myth is as Good as a Smile!' The Mythology of a Consumerist Culture," in: D. P. Slattery and L. Corbett, eds., Depth Psychology: Meditations in the Field (Einsiedeln: Daimon Verlag, 2000), 175-192.

"An Interview with David Miller," Barbara Knott, ed. Pilgrimage, 26 (2000/2001): 80-88.

2001

"Stanley Hopper and Mythopoetics," in: William J. Conklin and Mary Jean Irion, eds., Myth and Meaning (Society for the Arts, Religion & Contemporary Culture, 15811 Kuztown Road, Maxatawny, PA 19538), 24-32. (On the web at:   http://www.sarcc.org/Hopper.htm )

"Chiliasm: Apocalyptic with a Thousand Faces," in: Jerry S. Piven and Henry W. Lawton, eds., Psychological Undercurrents of History (New York: Authors Choice Press, 2001), 17-42.

"Foreword" to:  Robert Romanyshyn, Mirror and Metaphor: Images and Stories of Psychological Life (Pittsburgh: Trivium Publications, 2001), xiii-xvi.

2002

"Irony's Arrows/Eros: A Poetics of Culture," in: Dennis P. Slattery and Lionel Corbett, eds., Psychology at the Threshold (Carpinteria: Pacifica Graduate Institute, 2002), 112-127.

2003

"Foreward" to:  Greg Mogenson, The Dove in the Consulting Room: Hysteria and the Annima in Bollas and Jung (New York: Brunner-Routledge, 2003), xi-xiv.

2004

CD/Tape:  "The Fire is in the Mind: Who is the True Disciple?"  Lecture to the Pacifica Graduate Institute Conference, "The Legacy of Joseph Campbell," on April 17, 2004, at the Raddison Hotel in Santa Barbara, California.  Conference Recording Service, Inc., 1308 Gilman St., Berkeley, CA 94706 (1-800-647-1110).  http://www.conferencerecording.com/.   PGI24-003.

"The End of Ending: A Response to Wolfgang Giegerich," Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice, 6/1 (2004): 85-93.

"Erfahrung und Erinnerung [Eranos]," in:Elisabetta Barone, Matthias Riedl, Alexandra Tischel, eds., Pioniere, Poeten, Professoren: Eranos und der Monte Verità in der Zivilisationsgeschichte des 20. Jahrhunderts (Wurzburg: Verlag Königshausen & Neumann GmbH, 2004), 216.

Hells and Holy Ghosts: A Theopoetics of Christian Belief (New Orleans: Spring Journal Books, 2004).

"Biblical Imagery and Psychological Likeness," in: J. Harold Ellens and Wayne Rollins, eds., Psychology and the Bible: A New Way to Read the Scriptures; Volume Three: From Gospel to Gnostics (Westport: Praeger, 2004), 265-278.

2005

Three Faces of God: Traces of the Trinity in Literature and Life  (New Orleans: Spring Journal Books, 2005).

Christs:  Meditations on Archetypal Images in Christian Theology (New Orleans: Spring Journal Books, 2005).

"Inroduction" to:  Greg Mogenson and Wolfgang Giegerich, Dialectics & Analytical Psychology: The El Capitan Seminar  (New Orleans: Spring Journal Books, 2005): vii-xxi.

"Two Blackbirds: Inflection and Innuendo," Daniel C. Noel, In a Wayward Mood: Selected Writings, 1969-2002 (Lincoln: iUniverse, Inc., 2004), pp. xxiii-xxv.

2006

Review:  Stanton Marlan, The Black Sun: The Alchemy and Art of Darkness, in:  Spring, 74 (2006): 324-328.

"Holy and Not So Holy Ghosts! Psychopathogenetic Shadows in Religious Images and Ideas," Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice, 8/1 (2006): 55-60.  http://www.junginstitute.org/pdf_files/JungV8N1p55-60.pdf.

"At the Edges of the Round Table: Jung, Religion, and Eranos," in: Lyn Cowan, ed., Barcelona 04 / Edges of Experience: Memory and Emergence / Proceedings of the 16th International IAAP Congress for Analytical Psychology  (Einsiedeln: Daimon Verlag, 2006), pp. 129-144.

"La nariz conoce los valores: el carácter & lo daimónico en la educación," tr. Enrique Eskenazi.  http://homepage.mac.com/eeskenazi/nariz.html  (Spanish translation of "The Nose Knows Values: Character and the Daimonic in Education" [1966]). 

2007

"The New Polytheism," in:  Mary Pat Fisher and Lee W. Bailey, eds., An Anthology of Living Religions (Upper Saddle River: Prentice-Hall, 2008), 14-15.

(With Edward S. Casey)  "Introduction to the Philosophy and Psychology Issue," Spring Journal 77: 1-10.

(With Stanton Marlan)  "What is the Legacy of the Dead? Jung's Memories and the Case of Zola's Missing Book," Spring Journal 77: 277-82.

2008

"Introducción de David L. Miller a 'Dialectics & Analytical Psychology: The El Capitan Canyon Seminar," tr. Enrique Eskenazi.  http://homepage.mac.com/eeskenazi/miller_introd.html  (Spanish translation)/

"Stanley Hopper: Mythopoetics," in  W. J. Conklin and M. J. Irion, eds., Myth + Meaning (New York: The Society for Arts, Religion and Contemporary Culture/Crosscurrent Press, 2008), pp. 24-33.

"Légende-Image: The Word/Image Problem," in D. P. Slattery and G. Slater, eds., Varieties of Mythic Experience: Essays on Religion, Psyche and Culture (Einseideln: Daimon Verlag, 2008), pp. 230-248.

"Psyche's Poetry,"  in Stanton Marlan,  Archetypal  Psychologies: Reflections in Honor of James Hillman.  (New Orleans: Spring Journal Books, 2008), pp. 245-260.

2009

"Eschatizing the Soteriological: Worlding the Word" (a review of Praise of the Secular  by Gabriel Vahanian), Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory, 10/1 (Winter 2009): 118-123.

"Good Teaching Doesn't Count!" in:  D. P. Slattery and J. L. Selig, eds., Reimagining Education: Essays On Reviving the Soul of Learning  (New Orleans: Spring Journal Books, 2009), pp. 29-38.

"The Body is No Body," in: Chris Boesel and Catherine Keller, eds., Apophatic Theologies: Negative Theology, Incarnation, and Relationality (New York: Fordham University Press, 2009), pp. 137-46.

2010

"Theopoetry or Theopoetics?" CrossCurrents, vol. 60, no. 1 (March 2010): 6-23.

"... until God's absence helps!"  (A Response to Wolfgang Giegerich's 'God Must Not Die! C. G. Jung's Thesis of the One-Sidedness of Christianity),  Spring Journal 84  (2010): 73-90.

 
2011

"Misprision: Pitfalls in Teaching Jung," in: K. Bulkeley and C. Weldon , eds., Teaching Jung (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011), pp. 29-50.

2012

"James Hillman (1926-2011), In Memoriam," Newsletter: The C. G. Jung Society of Montreal, vol. 37, no. 5 (2012): 4-5.

"James Hillman (1926-2011), In Memoriam," Newssheet: International Association for Analytical Psychology (February 2012, no. 3): 15-16.  (http://iaap.org/Newssheet/View-category.html)

"What Was Important 50 Years Ago? [Society for the Arts, Religion and Contemporary Culture], Seedbed, vol. X (New Series, Winter 2012): 3.

"Devar 'Aher: On the Other Handle," Quadrant, XXXXII/2 (Summer, 2012): 39-46. ( http://www.cgjungny.org/quadrant.html)

2013

Gods and Games:  Toward a Theology of Play  (eBook; Mill Valley, CA: Stillpoint Digital Press, 2013).

"James Hillman (1926-2011), In Memoriam," IAAP Newsletter 2013: 158-159.

2014

"The Indispensability of Theories of Myth for Biblical Studies: A Response to Robert Segal," in: D. Callender, ed., Myth and Scripture: Contemporary Perspectives on Religion, Language and Imagination  (Atlanta: SBL Scholars Press, 2014), pp. 285-289.

"Jung's Warning about Faith: The Psychological Danger of Belief," in: M. Sipiora, ed., Imaging Psychological Life: Philosophical, Psychological and Poetic Reflections (Amherst: Trivium Publications, 2014), pp. 99-106.

"Mything the Study of Myth," Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche, volume 8, issue 4 (2014): 14-25.

2015

"On the Edge of the Round Table: Eranos and Theological Studies," Spring 92 (2015): 155-167.

2016

"Changing Climates of Education: The Economies of Sitting, Standing and Leaning," Pacifica Graduate Institute, April 22, 2016 (http://www.conferencerecording.com).

"Troth & Truthing," International Society for Psychology as the Discipline of Interiority, Third International Conference, Malibu, CA, May 13, 2016  (http://ispdi.org/images/stories/2016_Malibu_Conference/Troth%20and%20Truthing%20Newsletter.pdf)

2017

"Foreword," to: The Psychological Difference: Reflections on Psychology as the Discipline of Interiority, eds. J. Sandoval and J. Knapp (New York: Routledge, 2017), pp. xii-xvii.

"Gaston Bachelard and Henry Corbin: On Adjectival Consciousness," in: E. Rizo-Patron, E. Casey and J. Wirth, eds., Adventures in Phenomenology: Gaston Bachelard (Albany: SUNY Press, 2017), pp. 143-153.
 
"Stoned: The Goal of Alchemy and Psychotherapy," in: Joanne Stroud, ed., Conversations with James Hillman, Volume III: Alchemical Psychology (Dallas: Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, 2017), pp. 73-83.

"Evil--A Paragon of Luster,"  The World and its Shadow, Eranos Yearbook 73: 2015-2016, eds. F. Merlini & R. Bernardini (Einsiedeln: Daimon Verlag, 2017), pp. 320-366.

2018

[Forthcoming] "Nothing Almost Sees Miracles! Self & No-Self in Depth Psychology & Mysticism," in: T. Cattoi and D. Odorisio, Depth Psychology and Mysticism (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018).

[Forthcoming] "Okeanos: No Outside," in: Joanne Stroud, ed., Conversations with James Hillman, Volume IV: Mythic Figures (Dallas: Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, 2018).