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Students and Faculty, Community, Liberation, Indigenous and Eco- Psychologies Specialization at Pacifica Graduate Institute
Enjoy the annual newsletter--Hearing Voices-- of the MA/PhD Community, Liberation, Indigenous and Eco- Psychologies Specialization at Pacifica Graduate Institute. Be inspired by student and faculty community, cultural, and ecological work!
Members of the African diaspora have faced systemic anti-Black violence in multiple contexts. The Black Lives Matter movement emerged from these various contexts. Given community psychology’s roots in social change, we wanted to provoke discussion on this growing...
Travel and Movement in Clinical Psychology: The World Outside the Clinic (Foreword by Jeffrey Sachs) – Miraj Desai
This book concerns clinical psychology, but it is most concerned with the world outside the clinic. That world—where culture, history, and economy are found—radically impacts the public’s mental health. However these worldly considerations often do not feature...
Psychology, the psychological, and critical praxis: A phenomenologist reads Frantz Fanon – Miraj Desai
This article situates the role of psychological investigations in analyses of social problems like colonialism and racism, via a phenomenological reading of the writings of Frantz Fanon. Emerging scholarship on Fanon’s use of psychology is beginning to elucidate how...
In this chapter, we propose a vision for a critical community psychology that politicizes and radicalizes community psychology research and action as it now stands.
Travels with the Self uses a hermeneutic perspective to critique psychology and demonstrate why the concept of the Self and the modality of cultural history is so vitally important to the profession of psychology. Each chapter focuses on a theory, concept,...
Inventing Our Selves proposes a radical new approach to the analysis of our current regime of the self, and the values of autonomy, identity, individuality, liberty and choice that animate it. It argues that psychology, psychiatry, psychotherapy and other "psy"...
There has been a growing interest in the role of arts and cultural practice in tackling perennial forms of social exclusion, marginalization, and oppression. Researchers and educators from different disciplines have been collaborating with community-based agencies and...
"A radical methodological approach to psychology that is open to social change - in an anti-capitalist, anti-racist and feminist politics." Antonio Negri Psychology is meant to help people cope with the afflictions of modern society. But how useful is it? Ian Parker...
Understanding that the psychological well-being of individuals is inextricably linked to the health of their communities, environments, and cultures, the authors propose a radical interdisciplinary reorientation of psychology to create participatory and dialogical...
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- Decolonizing Psychology – Sunil Bhatia
- Travels with the Self: Interpreting Psychology as Cultural History – Philip Cushman
- Naming the Mind How Psychology Found Its Language – Kurt Danziger
- Psychology, the psychological, and critical praxis: A phenomenologist reads Frantz Fanon – Miraj Desai
- Travel and Movement in Clinical Psychology: The World Outside the Clinic (Foreword by Jeffrey Sachs) – Miraj Desai
- Annual Review of Critical Psychology – The Discourse Unit
- Positioning the critical in community psychology – Evans et al.
- Critical Psychology: An Introduction – (Edited by) Dennis R Fox, Isaac Prilleltensky, Stephanie Austin
- Students and Faculty, Community, Liberation, Indigenous and Eco- Psychologies Specialization at Pacifica Graduate Institute
- Ideologystop: social and psychoanalytic theory, together again
- Critical Community Psychology – Carolyn Kagan, Mark Burton, Paul Duckett, Rebecca Lawthorn, Asiya Siddiquee
- Frantz Fanon and the decolonial turn in psychology: from modern/colonial methods to the decolonial attitude – Nelson Maldonado-Torres,
- Teaching Critical Psychology: International Perspectives – Craig Newnes, Laura Golding (Editors)
- Revolution in Psychology: Alienation to Emancipation – Ian Parker
- Handbook of Critical Psychology – Ian Parker (Editor)
- Teoría y Crítica de la Psicología – David Pavón-Cuéllar (Editor)
- Inventing Our Selves – Nikolas Rose
- Psicología social critica en Latinoamérica: Aspectos importantes. – Juan Santiago Tamayo Arango
- Critical Psychology: Voices for Change – Tod Sloan (editor)
- Damaged Life: The Crisis of the Modern Psyche – Tod Sloan
- Creating Inclusive Knowledges – Christopher C. Sonn and Alison M Baker
- Encyclopedia of Critical Psychology – Thomas Teo (Editor)
- Black Lives Matter in Community Psychology – Edited by Dominique Thomas and Allana Zuckerman
- Toward Psychologies of Liberation – Mary Watkins and Helene Shulman