Depression and its Expression: Art as Problem Solver
A workshop demonstrating the ways in which philosophy, psychological theory and the Arts illuminate each other in our international Arts Discourse Journal 'Double Dialogues'
||Arts Practice and Theory, Arts as Expression of the Ineffable, Depression as Inexpressible Experience?, Inter-Disciplinarity, Globalisation, Aesthetics, Anatomy of Pain and Poetics
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 7, pp.155-162.
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Dr Ann McCulloch is an Associate Professor, and Associate Head of School, at Deakin University. Her book The Dance of the Nomad on A.D. Hope's Notebooks, his life and his art is in press and is to be published this year by Pandanus Press (November, 2005). She has written, directed and produced a six programmed documentary on A.D. Hope's life and work (The Dance of Language: The Life and Work of A.D. Hope, Deakin Uni, 1996) and written a monograph that accompanies the programmes. She is also the author of A Tragic Vision: The Novels of Patrick White, UQP, 1983, and author of many articles and essays on biography, A.D.Hope, Patrick White, Christina Stead and Arts Discourse. Ann McCulloch was the Director of Maelstrom Theatre (1988-1992); she produced and wrote 14 theatrical performances culminating in a six-act play Let Gypsies Lie and Odyssey Enflamed. She is currently executive Editor of the Journal , Double Dialogues, and working on a book with Justin Clemens on Depression and its expression. Her work on Nietzsche and Australian Writers (with Dr Ron Goodrich) will be submitted for publication in 2005.
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