OPUS is offering 3 to 5 grants to individuals or teams that show both the intent and ability to seize the opportunity and take responsibility for searching the James Hillman Collection at Opus, uncovering the archetypal gold harbored there, the gold published and unpublished, public and as yet unrevealed, to the community-at-large. The purpose of this grant is, in Hillman’s words, to “keep thinking” along and with the archetypal perspective. One can choose to focus on Hillman’s collection in particular and explore an aspect of his legacy, or focus on archetypal psychology in its wider application, encompassing psychology, sociology, ecology, the environment, culture, arts, politics, organizations, business, etc. This grant seeks to encourage students, scholars, and artists to explore Hillman's work by using one of his most powerful tools – the archetypal perspective -- to dream forward our understanding of the world and the anima mundi.
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