The State of Welfare published

The period after 1945 saw a rapid growth in social welfare, with the state taking on increasing responsibility for pensions, health care, unemployment relief and income support. In Western democracies economic growth underpinned state investment and was reinforced by demands from the new social movements of the 1960s. Just as the clamour for reformism reached … Continue reading

Loving’s the Strange Thing published

This groundbreaking volume argues that Carmen Martín Gaite and Carl Jung form an ideal combination. All the main features of the Jungian individuation process are present in the Spanish writer’s fairy tales: dreams, shadow figures, wise men and women, the Self, anima and animus. Martín Gaite has been described by the critic Salustiano Martín as … Continue reading

Call for papers on music, spirituality and Christian theology

The Rev. Professor June Boyce-Tillman is inviting scholars, musicians, theologians and Christian ministers to contribute papers for consideration as chapters in a forthcoming publication in the series Music and Spirituality. Chapters will be accepted for the book on the basis of an extended abstract submission (900 words), with final chapters being 4,500 – 6,000 words … Continue reading

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