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Up Against the Wall   (2014) As increasing global economic disparities, violence, and climate change provoke a rising tide of forced migration, many countries and local communities are responding by building walls—literal and metaphorical—between citizens and newcomers. Up Against the Wall: Re-imagining the U.S.-Mexico Border examines the temptation to construct such walls through a penetrating analysis of the U.S. wall at the U.S.-Mexico border, as well as investigating the walling out of Mexicans in local communities. Calling into question the building of a wall against a friendly neighboring nation, Up Against the Wall offers an analysis of the differences between borders and boundaries. This analysis opens the way to envisioning alternatives to the stark and policed divisions that are imposed by walls of all kinds.

Tracing the consequences of imperialism and colonization as citizens grapple with new migrant neighbors, the book paints compelling examples from key locales affected by the wall—Nogales, Arizona vs. Nogales, Sonora; Tijuana/San Diego; and the lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas. An extended case study of Santa Barbara describes the creation of an internal colony in the aftermath of the U.S. conquest of Mexican land, a history that is relevant to many U.S. cities and towns.Ranging from human rights issues in the wake of massive global migration to the role of national restorative shame in the United States for the treatment of Mexicans since 1848, the authors delve into the broad repercussions of the unjust and often tragic consequences of excluding others through walled structures along with the withholding of citizenship and full societal inclusion. Through the lens of a detailed examination of forced migration from Mexico to the United States, this transdisciplinary text, drawing on philosophy, psychology, and political theory, opens up multiple insights into how nations and communities can coexist with more justice and more compassion.
– See more at: http://utpress.utexas.edu/index.php/books/casupa#sthash.skrOH7Qg.dpuf


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Toward Psychologies Of Liberation “This landmark book takes us on an unforgettable journey across disciplines, countries, spiritualities, and techniques to teach us twenty-first century psychologies of liberation. Authors Watkins and Shulman transform the discipline of psychology, showing us its connections to all disciplines concerned with liberating the imagination. Across international fields of difference, these authors never give up the prize: social and psychic emancipation. In doing so, they define what “decoloniality” means for the twenty-first century.”

Chela Sandoval, Associate Professor of Liberation Philosophy; Chair, Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara


Spanish Edition: Hacia Psicologías de Liberación

Tr. Montserrat Chanivet Marabot


Introducción

Capítulo 1: Más allá de Universales: Regeneración Local

Capítulo 2: Más allá de la ideología: el diálogo

Capítulo 3: Más allá del desarrollo: La liberación

Capítulo 4.1: Parte II — Heridas psíquicas del Colonialismo y la Globalización

Capítulo 4.2: Síntomas y Psicologías en el Contexto Cultural

Capítulo 5: De espectador a testigo comprometido

Capítulo 6: Las patologías de la perpetración

Capítulo 7: Duelo y Testigo después del Trauma Colectivo

Capítulo 8.1: Parte III — El surgimiento de la restauracion creativa

Capítulo 8.2: Ruptura y Hospitalidad

Capítulo 9: La conciencia nómada y de los no sujetos

Capítulo 10: Diálogo

Capítulo 11.1: Parte IV Prácticas participativas de las Psicologías de la Liberación

Capítulo 11.2: Comunidades de Resistencia. Hogares públicos y lugares de apoyo a la reconciliación

Capítulo 12: Las artes liberatorias. Amnesia, contra-memoria, contra-memorial

Capítulo 13: Investigación acción participativa crítica

Capítulo 14: Colocando las Éticas Dialógicas en el centro de la Investigación Psicológica

Capítulo 15: Sueños de Reconciliación y Restauración 

Bibliography (in English)


WakingDreams:
Waking Dreams
 “What is the relevance of daydreams, active imagination, and inner voices to the practice of psychotherapy, education, and life? Historical, critical, and clinical, this book describes American and European approaches to the image.”


All Chapters Now Available in PDF format:

Chapter 1: Not Only the Matter of Metaphor

Chapter 2: The Half-Dream State

Chapter 3: The Mythopoetic Function and Early History of Psychology

Chapter 4: Waking Dreams in European Psychotherapy

Chapter 5: Imagery and Imagination in American Psychology

Chapter 6: Movements in Imaginal Space

Chapter 7: Movements From and Towards the Imaginal

Chapter 8: On Imagining about Imagining

Appendices

Bibliography (56 MB)


 
Invisible Guests: The Development of Imaginal Dialogues
Review “An eloquent critique of developmental and clinical psychologies and their insistence on listening to only one voice per person. Dr. Mary Watkins is the only person now writing on imagination who knows the field completely, thinks beautifully, and can teach just how to proceed with interior dialogues with imaginal personages.” James Hillman, Ph.D.

invisible-guests-coverFull Book in PDF format (67MB)

 

Preface, Intro & Chapter 1: Imaginal Dialogues and Reason

 

Chapter 2: Reality and the Imagination

 

Chapter 3: Seeing Imaginal Dialogues as Primitive

 

Chapter 4: Imaginal Dialogues and Reason

 

Chapter 5: Imagination as Reality

 

Chapter 6: The Impact of Conceptions of Development on Approaching Imaginai Dialogues

 

Chapter 7: “The Characters Speak Because They Want to Speak:” The Autonomy of the Imaginal Other

 

Chapter 8: The Dialogues Between Multiple Characters: The Monologues of Multiple Personality

 

Chapter 9: Character Development: The Articulation of the Imaginai Other

 

Chapter 10: Relativizing the Ego and the Birth of Dialogue

 

Chapter 11: The Voices of Hallucination

 

Chapter 12: The Fish-Lady and the Little Girl: Case History Told From the Points of View of the Characters

 

Epilogue and Afterword

 

References


talking-adoption-cover-220pxwTalking With Young Children About AdoptionReview “Current wisdom holds that adoptive parents should talk with their child about adoption as early as possible. But no guidelines exist to prepare parents for the various ways their children might respond when these conversations take place. In this wise and sympathetic book, a clinical psychologist and a psychiatrist, both adoptive mothers, discuss how young children make sense of the fact that they are adopted, how it might appear in their play, and what worries they and their parents may have. Accounts by twenty adoptive parents of conversations about adoption with their children, from ages two to ten, graphically convey what the process of sharing about adoption is like.”

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