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Eleanor L. Hall
American psychotherapist

Eleanor L. Hall

Eleanor L. Hall
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Intro American psychotherapist
Is Psychotherapist
From United States of America
Field Healthcare
Gender female
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Biography

Nor Hall (b. Eleanor L. Hall 1947). Hall is a post-Jungian psychotherapist and author. Her work focuses on archetypal studies, particularly gender issues and cultural mythology.

Biography

She has practiced archetypal psychology since 1972 while maintaining a career as a mythopoetic writer, independent lecturer, workshop leader, consultant, and theatre artist. Her work in recent years as a research dramaturg for Archipelago and content developer for new plays evolved out of participation in Pantheatre’s Myth & Theatre Festivals in France. Hall is a volunteer case consultant for the Center for Victims of Torture in Minneapolis, a Pacifica Graduate Institute adjunct faculty and thesis advisor, an advisor for the Ashlar Institute on trauma issues, an advisor for Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture, an advisor for Pantheatre, a member of the Walker Arts Center Producers’ Council and friend of Rain Taxi Review of books. In 2011 she was a featured guest at These Women!, a conference in Santa Barbara at the Institute for Cultural Change that was named after her book titled Those Women (1988, republished as Dreaming in Red in 2005).

Education

  • 1969. BA cum laude, Beloit College in Anthropology and Religious Studies.
  • 1976. PhD in the History of Consciousness at the University of California, Santa Cruz with an emphasis in history of psychoanalysis, classical mythology, and poetry. Teaching assistant to Norman O. Brown.
  • 1978. Post doctoral study at the C. G. Jung Institute, Kusnacht, Switzerland.

Selected performances, lectures, and workshops

  • 2000. Lecture: “On Gossips.” 8th Myth & Theatre Festival titled “Gossip … Humanity’s Small-Talk.” Location: Garter Lane Arts Center, Waterford, Ireland.
  • 2001. Performance: “A New Fine Shame: The Life and Loves of Lou Andreas-Salome.” Collaboration with Ellen Hemphill. Location: Manbites Dog Theatre, Durham, NC.
  • 2002. Lecture: “White Riding: Reflections on the Topic of Women and the History of Sacrifice Focusing on Multiple Meanings in Godiva’s Act/Performance.” Undercover: Women and Sacrifice, collaboration with Carran Waterfield of Triangle Theatre. Location: Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, Jordan Well, Coventry, UK.
  • 2005. Performance: “Aphrodite’s Back: A Valentine Reveal.” Collaboration with visual artist Harriet Bart and musician Franz Kamin. A semi-historical illustrated discursus on eros, featuring Nor Hall (as Professor Victoriana) on the archetypal background of Valentine's Day, "Coilular Angel" by composer Kamin, and book launch of Bart's PUNICA GRANATUM. Co-sponsored by Rain Taxi Review of Books. Location: Southern Theatre, Minneapolis, MN.
  • 2005. Residency and performance: “Daylight (for Minneapolis).” With Sarah Michelson. Three week residency followed by performance. Location: Walker Art Center McGuire Theatre, Minneapolis, MN.
  • 2006. Performance: “SHE Captains.” Research dramaturg and co-writer with Shawn McConneloug’s Orchestra. Movement, dance, and narrative. Location: Thorpe building, N.E.Minneapolis, MN.
  • 2006. Keynote speech: “Hot Botts and Soul Blasts: Naming the Furnace Body.” 5th International conference on Cast Iron Art, Ironbridging Art & Technology. Location: Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage site, Shropshire, UK.
  • 2007. Performance: “Mirror, Mirror.” Opening of Laura Crosby photo exhibit “Who is the Fairest One of All?” on the objectification of the surgically altered female body. Location: Metropolitan State University, St. Paul, MN.
  • 2011. Symposium: “These Women! A Weekend of Dialogue, Exploration, and Dynamic Conversation.” Interviewed by Ginette Paris. Location: Institute for Cultural Change, Santa Barbara, CA.
  • 2011. Performance: “It’s Women’s Work, I.” Part of “Traces,” a collaboration with Harriet Bart and Laura Crosby. Explores the unexpected journey of a woman and children caught in the web of war through narrative poetry, performance, art objects, and photography. Location: Open Eye Figure Theatre, Minneapolis, MN.

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