Journal of The International Association of Transdisciplinary Psychology
- Materials James Gloria, USA
- Queer Archetypal Lifespan Development Theory & The “New” Myth: Re-visioning The Hero’s Journey through the Practice of Terrapsychological Inquiry C.K. Olivieri Blackmore, USA
CK Olivieri Blackmore is an integral, depth-oriented licensed psychotherapist in private practice. CK approaches life with warmth, humor, and compassion. Specializing in relationship dynamics, mood disorders and developmental life transitions, CK is particularly adept in issues pertaining to the queer community and their loved ones.
- Adaptive Adaptabilites: Notes on Bertolt Brecht’s The Three Penny Opera Lim Lee Ching, Singapore
Lim Lee Ching is a lecturer at the SIM University, Singapore, where he works on interdisciplinary pedagogy. His research involves literary aesthetics, the Canon, non-ideological cultural theories, as well as war, violence and peace studies.
Psychiatry Against Itself: Radicals, Rebels, Reformers & Revolutionaries – A Philosophical Archaeology Vincenzo Di Nicola, Canada
Vincenzo Di Nicola, M.Phil., M.D., Ph.D., F.R.C.P.C, F.A.P.A., is a psychologist, psychiatrist and philosopher. Di Nicola is a tenured Full Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Montreal where he is Chief of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and founder of a seminar and course on Psychiatry and the Humanities.
- On walking with my teacher – writing, ink, calamari…, 2015. Jeremy Fernando, Singapore
Jeremy Fernando is the Jean Baudrillard Fellow at The European Graduate School. He works in the intersections of literature, philosophy, and the media; and is the author of Reflections on (T)error, The Suicide Bomber; and her gift of death, Reading Blindly, and Writing Death. Exploring other media has led him to film, music, and art; and his work has been exhibited in Seoul, Vienna, Hong Kong, and Singapore. He is the general editor of both Delere Press, and the thematic magazine One Imperative; and a Fellow of Tembusu College at The National University of Singapore.Nicole Ong is a graduate student at the English Department of the School of Humanities & Social Sciences at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. She is currently working on a project exploring reading, ethics, and literature.
Jeremy Hecht, Ph.D., is a currently a psychoanalytic Doctoral Candidate at the New Center for Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, California. Dr. Hecht holds a Ph.D. in English and American Literature from Brandeis University.
- Childhood in Animation: Sexuality, Gender Roles, and Stereotyping Lancy Thomas Kurakar, India
Currently a lecturer of English Literature at St Stephen’s College, Pathanapuram, Kerala, India, Lancy is a post-graduate in English from The English and Foreign Languages University (EFL-U), Hyderabad, India. Her research interests include childhood studies, film and women’s studies, and the poetry of Imagist poet, Hilda Doolittle (H.D.).
- POETRY Shawn Scott, USA
Shawn Scott, in as far as he is a poet, writes, without being a writer. He was born and raised in Trenton, NJ and educated at The New School in New York. His interests range from unpacking ‘the future’ as a dominant temporal mode, to investigating the role of doubt in the logos over time and cognitive dissonance in its various forms.
Andrew Spano is Academic Director of the Master of Science in Professional Writing program and Clinical Assistant Professor of Professional Writing in the School of Professional Studies at New York University. He is also Senior Lecturer in English at Northeastern University, and the Ferdinand de Saussure Fellow at the European Graduate School, Saas-Fee, Switzerland, where he received his Ph.D. in Media Philosophy in 2011.