June Online Meeting - June 5, 2022 from 2-5 PM
The Dante Experience: Poetry as a Vehicle for Peace
Nicole Pagano, M.A.
Nicole Pagano, M.A., has led classes on The Divine Comedy in various adult settings, including the San Francisco County Jail, Incarnation Monastery, the School for Applied Theology, and UC Berkeley. A native of the Washington, DC area, she was valedictorian at Georgetown University where she studied humanities and earned a master’s degree from the Graduate Theological Union in Art and Religion. There she designed her coursework to focus entirely on Dante’s works and the art, philosophy, and theology of his time. Nicole lives and works in Berkeley, CA, where she currently serves as Chief of Staff to Nobel Laureate Saul Perlmutter at the University of California.
Painting at the Intersecton of Psyche, Science and Mystery:
APC Yearly Reports and Elections. Followed by film:
"Thomas B. Kirsch in Conversation with Murray Stein
In the Home of C. G. Jung"
A Film by Luis Moris
Thomas Kirsch was one of the elder statesmen of analytical psychology. His remembrances and associations include Carl Jung, Jung’s earliest followers as well as the analytical pioneers on the west coast such as Joe Henderson and Joe Wheelwright. He was internationally active in the promotion of analytical psychology abroad and a beloved local resident of the San Francisco Bay Area as well. He served as president of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco and was a member of our own Analytical Psychology Club of San Francisco.
In this beautifully made film, a year before his passing away in 2017, he talks to Murray Stein from Jung’s own home in Zurich in a very personal and thought provoking interview, where he reveals not only the breadth of his memory and experience, but the depth of his character and insight.