Psychology and the Moving Image International (PAMII)

Christopher Hauke

Christopher Hauke
Christopher Hauke
Christopher Hauke

Christopher Hauke is a Jungian analyst, Senior Lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London and a filmmaker. His books examine Jungian psychology, postmodern culture and film and include Human Being Human. Culture and the Soul and two edited collections titled Jung and Film. Post-Jungian Takes on the Moving Image. His own films have been premiered in London, Barcelona and Montreal. His latest book Visible Mind. Movies, Modernity and the Unconscious was published by Routledge in 2013. 

Since 2012 Christopher has been the Jungian psychology consultant for Portal Entertainment overseeing script and story development, script assessment and narrative structuring for multi-platform, interactive and immersive productions. The latest production The Craftsman the first digital thriller for the iPad was released on the AppStore in October, 2013. He is now working with them on The Shade:Darkness Within recently commissioned by Warner Bros. and

Christopher has authored, edited and contributed to many books and more details can be found by clicking on the links on this page, or by accessing a full archive of Christopher’s published work through the ‘Books’ menu on the top left hand side. His work includes:


  • Jung and the Postmodern (published February 2000; also translated into Italian)
  • Human Being Human – Culture and the Soul (published October 2005)
  • Visible Mind. Movies, Modernity and the Unconscious (to be pubilshed 2013)

Co-edited with contributing chapter:

  • Contemporary Jungian Analysis – Post-Jungian Perspectives from the Society of Analytical Psychology (published July 1998; also translated into Bulgarian)
  • Jung and Film – Post-Jungian takes on the moving image (published June 2001; also translated into Korean and Italian)
  • Jung and Film II: The Return – Further post-Jungian takes on the moving image (published June 2011)

Contributed chapters:

  • ‘The Phallus, Alchemy and Christ: Jungian analysis and the sublime’ in On The Sublime in Psychoanalysis, Archetypal Psychology and Psychotherapy (published 1997)
  • ‘Jung and the Postmodern’ in Proceedings of the 14th International Congress for Analytical Psychology (published 2001)
  • ‘Uneasy Ghosts: Theories of the child in analytical psychology and psychoanalysis’ in Controversies in Analytical Psychology (published 2002)
  • ‘The Unconscious: Personal and Collective’ in The Handbook of Jungian Psychology (published 2006)
  • ‘Fragmentation and Narcissism’ in Narcissism (published in 2007)
  • ‘What’s Missing?’ in Sacral Revolutions: Reflecting on the work of Andrew Samuels’ (published in 2009)
  • ‘London Palimpsest South/East/North/West’ in The Soul of Great Cities (published in 2009)
  • ‘Playing House’ in House: The Wounded Healer on Television: Jungian and Post-Jungian Reflections (published in 2010)

Other contributions:

  • Foreword to Film After Jung. Post-Jungian Approaches to Film Theory (published in 2009)
  • Foreword for The Trickster in Contemporary Film (published in 2011)

Published articles:

  • ‘Frank Gehry’s House and Carl Jung’s Tower’ in Harvest, International Journal for Jungian Studies (2002)
  • ‘The Phallus, Alchemy and Christ’ in Gorgo (German translation) (2003)
  • ‘Orpheus, Dionysos and Popular Culture: Jean Cocteau’s ‘Orphée’ (1950) – Then and Now’ in Spring Journal of Archetypal Studies (2004)
  • ‘What Makes Movies Work? Unconscious Processes and the Film-Makers’ Craft’ in Spring Journal of Archetypal Studies: ‘Cinema and Psyche’  (2005)
  • ‘Turning On and Tuning Out. Technology, Image, Analysis’ in International Journal of Analytical Psychology (2009)
  • ‘What Makes Jung, Jung?’ in The Psychotherapist. Official Journal of the UKCP (Summer special section on Jung – also co-editor) (2011)
  • ‘Keeping Secrets (deciding what can be told). Individuation, Power and the Red Book’ in The International Journal of Jungian Studies (2011)


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