For the past twelve years, Glen Slater has taught Jungian and Archetypal Psychology at the Pacifica Graduate Institute. His academic background includes degrees in Religious Studies and Clinical Psychology. He edited and introduced volume three of James Hillman’s Uniform Edition of writings, Senex and Puer, and he co-edited Varieties of Mythic Experience: Essays on Religion, Psyche and Culture (with Dennis Patrick Slattery). Glen has also written a number of articles for Jungian journals and has previously served as a therapist and film review editor at Spring Journal. His areas of emphasis include: Jungian Psychology; Archetypal Psychology; Psychology of Religion; Technology and Psyche; and Cinema and Psyche.