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Christine Downing Dissertation Fellowship
 

 

This annual Fellowship carries the name of Professor Downing in acknowledgement of her contribution to the fields of depth psychology and mythology, her many years of teaching at Pacifica Graduate Institute, and of her gift to OPUS of her own archival materials. The purpose of the Downing Fellowship will be to award an annual scholarship to dissertation students of any accredited graduate level institution in the fields of depth psychology and mythology. Once awarded, the winning student must use the collections at OPUS for a significant amount of her or his dissertation research. 

The archival collections available for research at OPUS include Joseph Campbell, Marija Gimbutas, James Hillman, Jane and Joseph Wheelwright, Christine Downing, Marion Woodman, Adolf Guggenbühl-Craig, and Katie Sanford. Visit the individual collection pages for more information on these scholars.

The 2014-2015 CDDF applications are

currently under consideration.  A fellowship

award will be announed soon!

 

Please use the following links to the updated Guidelines and Application Procedures for the 2015-2016 Fellowship: 

2016 CDDF Guidelines

2016 CDDF Application Instructions

2014 Awardee

To be announced shortly

2013 Awardee

Shannon Sloan-Spice

    View Shannon's award announcement

2012 Awardee

Jason Butler 

      View Jason's award announcement

 

Opus Archives and Research Center is a non-profit research center that houses the archives of Joseph Campbell, Marija Gimbutas, James Hillman, Jane and Joseph Wheelwright, Christine Downing, Marion Woodman, Adolf Guggenbühl-Craig, and Katie Sanford. In addition to safeguarding these important resources, Opus works to foster ongoing research in the fields of depth psychology and mythological studies.

 

 
       
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