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Reconceptualizing the Archetypal Journey

Presented by Karen Wallace, Kathryn Ricketts, Joseph Naytowhow, and Patrick Lewis

This keynote presentation is free and open to the public as part of Provoking Curriculum Conference 2019, a biennial national conference hosting the boldest and most innovative scholars across the country.

The conference will address current work in curriculum studies in the form of papers and panels, poetry, arts informed, and performative pieces.

Throughout time archetypal stories and images have influenced how we view leaders, Mothers, Fathers, warriors, spiritual icons and ourselves. 'All the most powerful ideas in history go back to archetypes.' (Storr, 1983) Archetypal stories are universal, enduring stories that transcend culture and time. Is it time to reimagine these stories? The self goes on an archetypal journey to seek this self-realization. In fulfilling one's highest potential as in following the hero's or heroine's journey, the road of the seeker, the path of the heart or following one's passion, the individual is realizing their own self meaning and manifested in the spiritual urge. Through a multimedia approach this performance revisits the archetypal journey and reimagines the stories.

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Friday, March 15, 2019
7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

ED 228
Main Campus

Kathryn Ricketts

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