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Education:

Ph.D. in mythological studies with emphasis in depth psychology and religion, Pacifica Graduate Institute, Carpinteria, CA, 2012. Video of oral defense of dissertation: STRANDS: WEAVING MYTHOPOIETIC NARRATIVES OF PLACE AS ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS

M.F.A. in creative writing with emphasis in creative nonfiction, California State University, Chico, 2004. Thesis: A PAUSE IN THE RAIN, a memoir about Grammy Award-winning SHADOWFAX and CHUCK GREENBERG

California Teaching Credential, Multiple Subjects and Single Subjects in Art & English, California State Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo, 1994

B.A. in experimental psychology, Barnard College, NYC, 1971

Editorial Advice published by JOY H. GREENBERG

Personal essays published by JOY H. GREENBERG

“Children of the Tides” in Archaeopteryx Vol. 3, 2016 

“Alumna Letter” in Barnard Bulletin 67.5; Nov.23-Dec. 6, 2008

“Blood Trolls” in The Imperfect Parent; September 4, 2006

“Death of a Dodger Fan” in Courthouse News Service Editorials and Commentary; June 9, 2005

“No Long Goodbyes” in Verbsap; May 2005 issue, excerpted from A PAUSE IN THE RAIN

“The Art of Losing” in Drexel Online Journal; 2004

“Song of Sighs” in Terrain Magazine; December, 2003

“Pet Buyers Beware” in The Tribune, San Luis Obispo County; January 9, 2003

“On Being an Imaginary Jew” in Seven Seas Magazine; December, 2002

Research writer and photographer of articles published in the Tribune, San Luis Obispo, CA:

“Doing The Kuyam at Ojai Resort and Spa” 11-5-00

“Osteopenia: The ‘Little Sister’ of Osteoporosis” 2-9-01

Academic presentations by JOY H. GREENBERG:

“Eywa and Momoy: Nature as Shamaness in Myth and Film” presented at the International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature, and Culture Annual Conference, Malibu, CA; Aug. 2012

Avatar and Artemis: Indigenous Mythologies as Environmental Ethics” presented at the Western Region of the American Academy of Religion Annual Conference, Whittier, CA; Mar. 2011

“In the Beginning was the Image: Revisioning Christianity as Mythopoietic Environmental Ethics” presented at the Mid-Atlantic Region of the American Academy of Religion Annual Conference, New Brunswick, NJ; Mar. 2010

“Between the Dawn and the Dark of Night: Navigating Postmodern Nekyiae with the Grateful Dead and Shadowfax” presented at the Grateful Dead Caucus of the South West/Texas Pop Culture Association Annual Conference; Feb., 2009

Academic articles published by JOY H. GREENBERG:

“REVIEW ESSAY The Doctrine of Discovery as a Doctrine of Domination” in Journal for the Study of Religion Nature and Culture 10.2; Apr. 2016: 236-244

“FIELD NOTES What’s in a Name? Autonymia Meets Cartography in Tribal Nations Maps” in Journal for the Study of Religion Nature and Culture 10.2; Apr. 2016: 228-235

“From Sacred Grove to Dark Wood to Re-enchanted Forest (Part I)”: The Evolution of Arborphilia as Neo-romantic Ethics, in Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture 9.4; Dec. 2015: 376-413

“From Sacred Grove to Dark Wood to Re-enchanted Forest (Part II)”: The Evolution of Arborphilia as Neo-romantic Ethics, in Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture 9.4; Dec. 2015: 414-447

“Native American Narratives as Ecoethical Discourse in Land-Use Consultations” (co-author Greg Greenberg) in Wicazō Ṡa Review 28.2; Nov. 2013: 30-59

“Religious Perspectives on Climate Change in the West Ivoirian Mountainous Region” (co-author Sadia Chérif) in Veldman, Szasz, and Haluza-DeLay (eds.) How the World’s Religions Are Responding to Climate Change; Sept. 2013: 126-138

Avatar and Artemis: Indigenous Narratives as Neo-Romantic Environmental Ethics” in Bron Taylor (ed.) Avatar and Nature Religion; Aug. 2013: 201-220

“Native American Traditions, Depth Psychology, and Postcolonial Theory” in Journal for the Study of Religon, Nature, and Culture 7.1; Mar. 2013: 88-111

“Film Review of Into the Wild” in Spring; June, 2009: 282-290

“Strands: Weaving a Mythopoietics of Place” in Ecopsychology; Sept., 2009: 150-153 

“Paradox, place, and pastoralism in the works of Theocritus, Virgil, and Thoreau” in Journal for the Study of Religon, Nature, and Culture 2.4; 2008: 443-462

Walden and the Bhagavad-Gita: How-To’s for Navigating Life in a Contradictory World” in American Vedantist 13.3; 2007: 8-12


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