Psychology and the Moving Image International (PAMII)

Luke Hockley

Luke Hockley
Luke Hockley
Luke Hockley

Luke Hockley (PhD) is Professor of Media Analysis at the University of Bedfordshire, (UK). His research explores the links between clinical psychotherapy and psychoanalytic film and media theory. He lectures world-wide and has authored and edited numerous books.

Luke is also Joint Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Jungian Studies (IJJS) and he is a State Registered psychotherapist in private practice in London.

Sole Authored Books

Somatic Cinema: The Relationship Between Body and Screen: a Jungian Perspective (Routledge, 2014)

Frames of Mind: A Post-Jungian Look at Film, Television and Technology (Intellect Books, 2007

Cinematic Projections: The Analytical Psychology of C. G. Jung and Film Theory (University of Luton Press, 2001)


Co-Authored Books

Jungian Film Studies the Essential Guide with Dr Morozow Routledge (2016)


Edited Volumes

The Happiness Illusion: How the Media Sell us a Fairytale, co-eds Nadi Fadina (Routledge, 2015)

Jung and Film II: Further Takes on the Moving Image, co-eds (Routledge, 2011)

House: The Wounded Healer on Television. Jungian and Post-Jungian Reflections, (co-eds Routledge, 2010)


Selected Chapters and Articles

Jungian Screen Studies - Everything is Awesome...'? - 'International Journal of Jungian Studies' February, 2015.

Therapy and Cinema: making images and finding meanings in Embodied Encounters ed Piotrowska, A. Routledge: Hove, 2015.

Losing the Plot: A Story of Individuation and the Movies. 'Quadrant: The Journal of the C.G. Jung Foundation'. Volume XXXX, no 1. Spring 2010.

Shaken not Stirred: James Bond as Puer, in Perpetual Adolescence: Jungian Analyses of American Media, Literature, and Pop Culture, State University of New York Press (SUNY) (2009) ISBN-10: 1438428006, ISBN-13: 978-143842800

Cinema as Illusion and Reality, 'Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture'. Vol 73: 2005.??? ISBN 1-882670-30-2

Watching Films: The Affective Power of Cinema, 'Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies'. Vol 50: no. 2, 2004.? ISSN 0266-4771

Detective Films and Images of the Orient: A Post-Jungian Reflection, in Post-Jungian Criticism: Theory and Practice, State University of New York Press, 2004.?? James S Baumlin, Tita French Baumlin and George H Jensen (eds). ISBN 0-7914-5957-8

Jung, 'Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies', Vol 48: no1, 2002. Book review article

Science Fiction Film in Television Genres, BFI, 2001. Glen Creeber (ed). ISBN 0-85170-850-1

Film Noir: Archetypes or Stereotypes?, in Jung and Film: Post Jungian Takes on Film, Routledge, 2001. Chris Hauke and Ian Alister (eds). ISBN 1-58391-13204 (English, Korean)

Spectacle as Commodity: Special Effects in Feature Films, in Multimedia a Critical Introduction, Routledge, 2000. Richard Wise (ed). ISBN 0-415-12150-7

Untangling the World Wide Web - a Jungian Analysis, in 'Convergence: the Journal of Research into New Media Technologies', Autumn 2000, 6:3.? ISSN 1354-8565


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