Craig Chalquist, PhD – Recent Publications
“Of Re-enchantment and Renewal: Where Art, Archetype, and Fantasy Meet” in Enchanted: A History of Fantasy Illustration (Abbeville, 2020). Written for the “Enchanted: A History of Fantasy Illustration” exhibit at the Norman Rockwell Museum (June-Sept. 2020).
Terrapsychological Inquiry: Restorying Our Relationship with Nature, Place, and Planet. (Routledge, 2020.)
Myths Among Us: When Timeless Tales Return to Life. (World Soul Books, 2018.)
“The Guardians of Renewal: Musings on a Transrevolutionary Archetype,” Immanence: The Journal of Applied Mythology, Legend, and Folktale (April 2017).
Quoted in “Climate Change Is A Major Threat To Us All, But Here’s Why You Might Not Care,” article by reporter Lydia O’Connor, Huffington Post (May 5th, 2016).
“Earth Day, Earthrise, and Timely Reenchantment,” posted at the blog of the Institute of Noetic Sciences (April 22nd, 2016).
“The Grail Quest of Ralph White,” review of the memoir The Jeweled Highway in Tikkun (December 2015).
Quoted in “The Nature Cure,” The Atlantic, October 2015 issue.
Guest editor with Linda Buzzell of the Long Emergency edition of the journal Ecopsychology (ed. 7, vol 7).
Foreword to Love in the Age of Ecological Apocalypse: Cultivating the Relationships We Need to Thrive by Carolyn Baker (North Atlantic, 2015).
“Integral Education in Light of Earthrise” in Integral Review 11(1), Spring 2015.
“Educating Geraldo Rivera and the Men Like Him” at Huffington Post (July 29, 2014).
“No Man is an Island: Recognizing Gun Violence as a Cultural Symptom” at Huffington Post (May 27, 2014).
“The Promethean Shadow of the Sochi Olympics” at Huffington Post (February 10, 2014).
“History Lesson: No, Narcissism Does Not Benefit Leadership” at Huffington Post (January 25, 2014).
“Lorecasting the Weather: Unhumanizing Phenomenology for Decoding the Language of Earth” in Ecopsychology, Phenomenology, and the Environment: The Experience of Nature (Springer, 2014).
“Engaged Psychology: Past, Present, Prospects.” Journal of Holistic Psychology, Fall 2013.
In the Thick of Things: Brief Musings on Living in an Animate World. (World Soul Books, 2013.)
The Spectacle of Ourselves: A Chronology of Key Events in World History from Big Bang to 2012. (World Soul Books, 2013.)
“Gardening Teaches Life Lessons” in Lessons in Leading from the Garden by Karen Schmidt (McPherson’s Printing Group, 2013).
“Energy Sources as Mythologies,” Integral Education Blog of the California Institute of Integral Studies (December 11, 2012).
Book Review of Ecopsychology: Science, Totems, and the Technological Species. Ecopsychology 4(4), December 2012.
“Tracking the City’s Psyche: Terrapsychologizing in San Francisco.” Ecopsychology 4(3), September 2012.
“On Ecological Identity and Terrapsychology,” in Tangled Roots: Dialogues Exploring Ecological Justice, Healing, and Decolonization (Healing the Earth Press, 2012).
“Gnostic History Lesson.” Communities #154, Spring 2012.
Edges, Peaks, and Vales: A Mythocartography of California at the Margins. Vol. 3 of the Animate California Trilogy. (World Soul Books, 2012.)
“When Nature is the Best Therapist.” Natural Awakenings, September 2011.
Ventral Depths: Alchemical Themes and Mythic Motifs of the Great Central Valley of California.Vol 2. of the Animate California Trilogy. (World Soul Books, 2011.)
“Giegerich, Romanyshyn, and the Eco-Apocalypse Witnesses Only Club.” Spring Journal (Spring 2011).
Rebearths: Conversations with a World Ensouled (editor). (World Soul Books, 2010.)
“A Brief Mythology of Petroleum,” published as a short e-paper for Amazon Kindle (Fall 2010).
“The Brain as Archetypal Tree, and Other Neurological Nature Metaphors,” published as a short e-paper for Amazon Kindle (Fall 2010).
“‘Hidden in What Is Visible’: Deliteralizing the Gnostic Worldview.” Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche 4(4), October 2010.
“Women and Nature: A Dialogue Between Linda Buzzell and Craig Chalquist.” Ecopsychology 2(3), October 2010.
“Earthrise: Decoding the Speech of the Planet,” research paper for OPUS Archives grant (Fall 2010).
“Ecotherapy: Ecopsychology Applied for Healing Our Relationship with Nature and Self.” The California Psychologist (July 2010).
The Folly of Repetition or the Wisdom of Remembrance: 30 Crucial Neglected Lessons of History. (World Soul Books, 2010.)
“Earth is Not My Mother: Toward Contemporary Styles of Earthly Discourse.” ReVision 31(3&4), Spring 2010.
“Beyond Sustainability: Education for a Sense of Place.” Holistic Perspectives, #3(4), Fall 2009.
“Insanity by the Numbers, Knowings from the Ground: Outgrowing and Outloving the Cult of Quantification,” a chapter for the anthology Perpetual Adolescence: Jungian Analyses of American Media, Literature, and Pop Culture (Porterfield, Polette, & Baumlin, SUNY, 2009).
“From the Garden: Toward Refineries of Dream.” Contra Costa Times and the Oakland Tribune (October 16, 2009).
Book Review of Ferrer and Sherman’s The Participatory Turn. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, Fall 2009.
Book Review of Janet O. Dallett’s Listening to the Rhino. Spring Journal, Summer 2009.
“Sustainasanity: Planting and Harvesting Health and Community.” Contra Costa Times (July 2, 2009).
“A Look at the Ecotherapy Research Evidence.” Ecopsychology, June 2009.
Ecotherapy: Healing with nature in mind, edited with Linda Buzzell. Sierra Club Books, 2009.
“A Gnosis of ‘Yes, We Can.'” Kosmos, Spring/Summer 2009.
Storied Lives: Discovering and Deepening Your Personal Myth. World Soul Books, 2009.
The Tears of Llorona: A Californian Odyssey of Place, Myth, and Homecoming. Vol. 1 of the Animate California Trilogy. World Soul Books, 2009.
“Sir Isaac Newton, Alchemist.” Psychological Perspectives, Summer 2009.
Deep California: Images and Ironies of Cross and Sword along El Camino Real. iUniverse, 2008.
Book Review: Howard Clinebell’s Ecotherapy: Healing Ourselves, Healing the Earth. Santa Barbara Therapy News (CAMFT), September 2007 edition.
Terrapsychology: Rengaging the World’s Soul. Spring Journal Books, 2007.
“Looking Back on the Next World War: Fictionalized Futures as Dreams.” Dream Network Journal , Summer 2005.
Book Review: Chellis Glendinning’s Chiva: A Village Takes On the Global Heroine Trade. HopeDance Magazine, 2005.
“The Rise of the SUVs.” AlterNet, 2002.
“Turning Psychology’s Upside Down.” The Journal of Critical Psychology, 2001.
“The Masters of Return.” Chapter for the anthology Domestic Violence: Opposing Viewpoints. Greenhaven Press, 2000.