33 min

14. Dreaming in Cultural Models with Professor Jeannette-Marie Mageo A Partial Perspective

    • Social Sciences

In this video, I discuss how anthropologists can use dream data as a part of their work. In conversation with Professor Jeannette Mageo, we discuss her research on the nature of dreams, their impact on individual subjectivity, and how social scientists can use that to enhance their work.
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Jeannette Mageo Website
https://anthro.wsu.edu/faculty-and-staff/jeannette-mageo/

Upcoming book: The Mimetic Nature of Dream Mentation: American Selves in Re-formation

Recent publications:
2021 Jeannette Mageo and Bruce Knauft (eds). Authenticity, Authorship, and Pacific Island Encounters: New Lives of Old Imaginaries. Berghahn Press for the Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania (ASAO) monograph series.

2020 Jeannette Mageo and Robin Sheriff (eds.). New Directions in the Anthropology of Dreaming, New York: Routledge

2019 “Mimesis and Developing Models of Self and Other.” Culture and Psychology.

2019 “Young Americans’ Dreaming in the Specular Age,” with Robin Sheriff, University of New Hampshire, Ethos.

2019 “Ambiguity as Dream Mentation: Super-masculinity and Ambivalence in American Dreams,” Ethos 47(3):326-345.
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Dr. Jeannette Mageo
Professor of Anthropology
jmageo@wsu.edu
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We're at http://www.apartialperspective.com/
Visit us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @TheAnthroPerspective & @APartialPerspective

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Tags:
dreams, dream anthropology, jeannette mageo, anthropology of dreaming, cross cultural perspective, anthropology

In this video, I discuss how anthropologists can use dream data as a part of their work. In conversation with Professor Jeannette Mageo, we discuss her research on the nature of dreams, their impact on individual subjectivity, and how social scientists can use that to enhance their work.
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Jeannette Mageo Website
https://anthro.wsu.edu/faculty-and-staff/jeannette-mageo/

Upcoming book: The Mimetic Nature of Dream Mentation: American Selves in Re-formation

Recent publications:
2021 Jeannette Mageo and Bruce Knauft (eds). Authenticity, Authorship, and Pacific Island Encounters: New Lives of Old Imaginaries. Berghahn Press for the Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania (ASAO) monograph series.

2020 Jeannette Mageo and Robin Sheriff (eds.). New Directions in the Anthropology of Dreaming, New York: Routledge

2019 “Mimesis and Developing Models of Self and Other.” Culture and Psychology.

2019 “Young Americans’ Dreaming in the Specular Age,” with Robin Sheriff, University of New Hampshire, Ethos.

2019 “Ambiguity as Dream Mentation: Super-masculinity and Ambivalence in American Dreams,” Ethos 47(3):326-345.
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Dr. Jeannette Mageo
Professor of Anthropology
jmageo@wsu.edu
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We're at http://www.apartialperspective.com/
Visit us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @TheAnthroPerspective & @APartialPerspective

Facebook: https://goo.gl/qGfff6
Twitter: https://goo.gl/8JhikZ
Instagram: https://goo.gl/gcK6mZ

Tags:
dreams, dream anthropology, jeannette mageo, anthropology of dreaming, cross cultural perspective, anthropology

33 min