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HUMAN-ANIMAL TRANSFORMATION IN INDIGENOUS STORY, a workshop by Jeanne Lacourt

  • Saturday, May 04, 2019
  • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Jung Society Library, 5200 Cathedral Avenue, N.W. Washington D.C. 20016
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SOLD OUT. We now have a small waitlist for Jeanne LaCourt’s Saturday workshop, so if you haven’t registered, please add your name asap and we’ll try to find a larger venue to accommodate you. Thank you.
Origin and creation stories tell us much about who we are. For some of us, they are our “Original Instructions” of how to live in the world. This workshop will explore Native stories in which humananimal transformation occurs. Through language, land and culture, these stories help us understand our reciprocal relationship to other spirited beings and help us express, and dialogue with, our natural self.

What Do People Have to Say

Jeanne Lacourt speaks from the heart of her own experiences growing up on the Menominee Indian Reservation. We are invited to explore what Jung might term the “participations mystique”of the indigenous people of North America. Jeanne expands our perspective through her stories of human-animal transformation and trans-species psychology. Her work is deeply moving and has the power to connect us to the healing potential of the natural world.
Cynthia Candelaria, Jungian Analyst

The stories in this work are alive and fill a place in our souls so often left empty.
- Billye Currie, Jungian Analyst

Jeanne Lacourt, Ph.D., MS, LPC, NCC, Ph.D., is a Professor of American Indian Studies at St. Cloud State University in Minnesota, a faculty of the Minnesota Seminar in Jungian Studies, and a Jungian Analyst in private practice.  She has authored a book on traditional Indian Education and her more recent articles in Spring Journal focus on the intersections of Indigenous and Jungian Studies.  She is most intrigued with the theme of human-animal transformation in Indigenous origin stories.  Her home community is with the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin.

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