Christopher Hauke

Staff details

Position Senior Lecturer MA Counselling & BA Psychosocial Studies
Email c.hauke (@gold.ac.uk)
Phone +44 (0)20 7919 7171 (x4026)
Christopher Hauke

Academic qualifications

1993 – present          
Jungian Analyst. International Association for Analytical Psychology. Society of Analytical Psychology. Membership: U.K.C.P., B.C.P.

1995 – present           
Senior Lecturer in psychoanalytic studies, Goldsmiths College, University of London.

1998 – present           
Visiting lecturer, and External Examiner for PhD candidates, Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Essex

1994-1999                  
Visiting lecturer, Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Kent

1995 – 2002               
Honorary Visiting Academic, University of Middlesex

1982 – 1985               
BSc Joint (First) Psychology and Anthropology. University of London, Goldsmiths College

1972- 1975                
London University Dip Dramatis Art. Cert. Education.

Teaching

BA Psycho-social studies "Freud's Legacy"; MA Counselling "Applied Psychoanalytic Studies

Areas of supervision

Psychoanalysis; Jungian Psychology; Psycho-social studies; Film and psychology; Popular culture and the postmodern.

Presentations and exhibitions

Work in media other than published word:

2004    IAAP Congress, Barcelona, Premiere public screening of short feature film directed by C. Hauke:  Losing Dad (45m.)

2004    London, Lewisham. 'School of Rock'  documentary (dir. C. Hauke. 9m + 45m). DVD published and distributed.

2006    Ritzy Cinema, Brixton, London. Premiere of short documentary film One Colour Red  (dir. C.Hauke. 5m.) for "Farewell Routemaster" competition. (issued on DVD in 2007)

2006    IAJS Conference, University of Greenwich, London. Premiere of documentary Green Ray (dir. C.Hauke, 45m.)

             "The Green festival", Cheddar, UK. Screening of Green Ray

2009    The Rubin Museum, New York City. The Red Book Dialogues. live public discussion of Jung's 'Red Book' on stage (and filmed) with the film director John Boorman.

2010    IAAP Conference Montreal. August 22-27th. Premiere of short film Again. (Dir. C. Hauke 13m)

2013    Portal Entertainment. Psychology consulting and creator for digital story productos for iPad. The Craftsman ('Hitchcock for the digital age') released in App Store October 2013.

Keynote lectures

2007 Bournemouth University. 22-24 November. Annual Conference of Universities Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy. Keynote lecture: Turning on and Tuning Out: Psychotherapy and Electronic Communications.

2008    San Francisco. 1st-4th May. ‘Art and Psyche’ International Conference. Keynote Speaker The Third Image.

2009 2009    Rubin Museum, New York. Keynote and filmed interview with John Boorman, “Image and Jung’s Red Book”

2010    London April 18th. Confederation of Analytical Psychology, Third Andrew Samuels Conference Jung and Film. Post-Jungian Takes on the Moving Image. Organiser and  Keynote Speaker: Soul and Space in ‘No Country for Old Men’ and  ‘Much begins amusingly and leads into the dark’. Jung’s cinema and the banal.

2010    Montreal, Canada. 16th International Congress of IAAP. What is the Double when the original is gone?

2011    Media and the Senses, Conference, Goldsmiths. “Seeing Double” plus Again film screening.

2011    Pari Center for New Learning, Italy. Synchronicity Conference. ‘Jungian Psychology, Synchronicities and Film’.

2011    International Association for Jungian Studies, London Conference. Keynote: “Facing Ourselves”

2012    Moscow Association for Analytical Psychology, Conference. Keynote: “Jung and Film. Visible Mind”

2012    Art & Psyche Conference, New York University, Keynote: “Film and psyche. How Europe got to know the mind of America through the cinema”

2013    Psychogéographies, poétiques de l’exploration urbaine :sources, figures, actualité. l’Université Jean Moulin - Lyon, France. IRPhiL (Institut de recherches philosophiques de Lyon) et IETT (Institut d’études transtextuelles et transculturelles) Keynote: “London Palimpsest” + film “One Colour Red” (5m).

2013    Foundation for Counselling & Psychotherapy annual conference, London. Presentation: “The face and film. The surface and what’s beneath”.

Conferences

Recent Activities: Conferences Seminars and Research Visits overseas (since 2001)

2007 Dance Movement Therapy, Goldsmiths. Lecture - What's Missing?

2007 Brighton Association of Psychotherapists. Lecture - Unusual Suspects: Using movie images in Psychotherapy work.

2007 Westminster Pastoral Foundation. Key lecture. What’s Missing?

2007 Pari Centre for Science and Arts, Italy. Seminar/screening "Green Ray" Psyche, science and moving image.

2007 Birmingham, West Midlands Institute for Psychotherapy. Day Lecture/workshop Jung's Self - The Postmodern View

2008    Hereford Film Festival. 12-13 April. Plenary speaker Human Being Human: Creative Psychotherapy, Individuation and Image

2008    Seattle USA. 24-26th April. Talks to Object Relations therapists and Jungian analytical candidates.

2008    Italy IJAP Conference. 15-18 May. ‘Turning On and Tuning Out’. Plenary Speaker.

2008    Zurich IAJS Conference 2-5 July. Panel speaker. ‘Film and the Clinic’

2008    New York. 21-22 November. Conference and meeting. James Hillman at Phillip Zabriskie Memorial Lecture

2009    Goldsmiths. Race in the Modern World. Conference.  Racism, Incest and Modernity.

2009    Glasgow, Screen International Conference.

2009    Cardiff. Psyche, Power and Society. Conference of IAJS

2008    Hereford Film Festival. 12-13 April. Plenary speaker Human Being Human: Creative Psychotherapy, Individuation and Image

2008    Seattle USA. 24-26th April. Talks to Object Relations therapists and Jungian analytical candidates.

2008    San Francisco. 1st-4th May. ‘Art and Psyche’ International Conference. Plenary Speaker.

2008    Italy IJAP Conference. 15-18 May. ‘Turning On and Tuning Out’. Plenary Speaker.

2008    Zurich IAJS Conference 2-5 July. Panel speaker. ‘Film and the Clinic’

2008    New York. 21-22 November. Conference and meeting. James Hillman at Phillip Zabriskie Memorial Lecture

2009    Goldsmiths. Race in the Modern World. Conference. Panel speaker. Title: “Race and Modernity”

2009     Glasgow, Screen International Conference. Panel paper. ‘The Six Thirds. Audience, Clinic and the Third Image’

2009    Cardiff. Psyche, Power and Society. Conference of IAJS Panel speaker. Title: Jungian Film Analysis, Difference and Developments”

Television and video output

National Network Broadcasts:

2002 ‘Backrow’ BBC Radio 4   What we are ashamed of in the movies

2003 

‘Nightwaves’ BBC Radio 3   Memory and the Museum

‘Nightwaves’ BBC Radio 3   Psychiatry in the Movies

‘Nightwaves’ BBC Radio 3  Debate on Happiness

‘Nightwaves’ BBC Radio 3   Mid-Life

2004

‘Nightwaves’ BBC Radio 3   Our fascination with the police

‘Nightwaves’ BBC Radio 3   Review of film ‘Confidences Trop Intimes’

 Feature Presentation  BBC Radio 4   Movies, Psychology and Modern Culture

‘Nightwaves’ BBC Radio 3   Review of film ‘Birth’

‘All in the Mind’ BBC Radio 4   Secrets (discussed with Raj Persaud)

2005

'Back Row' Discussion of the use of telephones in movies re. The Ring

2006

'Front Row' Discussion of time-lapse themes in movies re. The LakeHouse 

2007

'Nightwaves' BBC Radio 3. Discussion of dream depictions in movies e.g. Belle de Jour, The Science of Sleep (Michele Chondry, 2007), Los Oliverados (Bunuel).

"The Radio Ritas"  Greenstone Media, New York City, USA. Live broadcast on morning radio in New York discussing 'What Your Favorite Movie Says About You' and other psychological angles on movies.

Web publishing

2006        MSN Movies "What your taste in movies say about you".  http://movies.uk.msn.com/features/Whatdoesyourfavemovie_Article.aspx

2006-15-10  Los Angeles Times 15/10/06: "Defining Dylan - If That's Possible" C.H. interviewed by Josh Getlin at the Bob Dylan exhibition in New York City.

Research Interests

Collective psyche and popular culture; unconscious process in film-making; Jungian psychology and cinema.

Publications

Book

Hauke, Chris. 2013. Visible Mind. Movies, modernity and the unconscious. London and NY: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-69252-6

Hauke, Chris. 2009. Jung and the Postmodern. UNSPECIFIED.

Hauke, Chris. 2005. Human Being Human: Culture and the Soul. Routledge. ISBN 9781583917152

Hauke, Chris. 2000. Jung and the Postmodern: the Interpretation of Realities. London and Philadelphia: Routledge. ISBN 978-0415163866

Edited Book

Hauke, Chris and Hockley, Luke, eds. 2011. Jung and Film II : The Return : Further Post-Jungian Takes on the Moving Image. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415488976

Hauke, Chris and Alister, Ian, eds. 2007. Jung and Film. UNSPECIFIED.

Hauke, Chris and Alister, Ian, eds. 2004. Jung and Film: Post-Jungian Takes on the Moving Image. UNSPECIFIED.

Hauke, Chris and Alister, Ian, eds. 2004. Contemporary Jungian Analysis. UNSPECIFIED.

Edited Journal

Hauke, Chris, ed. 2011. Special section on Jung (co-editor). Article: "Jung and Modern Psychotherapy.", The Psychotherapist. Official Journal of the UKCP, .

Hauke, Chris, ed. 2002. Guest editor for special issue: Jung and Architecture, Harvest, International Journal for Jungian Studies, . 0266-4771

Book Section

Hauke, Chris. 2014. 'Heironymous Bosch: (dis)placing the body, reversing the symbolic'. In: A Tatge and T Steele, eds. DYAD. Arts Council England.

Hauke, Chris. 2012. Foreword. In: Helena Bassil-Morozow, ed. The Trickster in Contemporary Film. London and NY: Routledge, vii-xi. ISBN 978-0415574662

Hauke, Chris. 2012. Article and photographs: 'The Loving Gaze - People and Places'. In: Susan Andres, ed. Activate: Vol. 6 'The Loving Gaze'. London Metropolitan University, Sir John Cass Dept. Of Media, Art and Design.

Hauke, Chris and Hockley, Luke. 2011. Introduction. In: Chris Hauke and Luke Hockley, eds. Jung and Film II: The Return: Further Post-Jungian Takes on the Moving Image. London and NY: Routledge, pp. 1-14. ISBN 978-0415488976

Hauke, Chris. 2011. ‘Much begins amusingly and leads into the dark’: Jung’s popular cinema and the Other. In: Chris Hauke and Luke Hockley, eds. Jung and Film II: The Return: Further Post-Jungian Takes on the Moving Image. London and NY: Routledge, pp. 109-118. ISBN 978-0415488976

Hauke, Chris. 2011. Soul and space in the Coen brothers’ No Country for Old Men. In: Chris Hauke and Luke Hockley, eds. Jung and Film II: The Return: Further Post-Jungian Takes on the Moving Image. London and NY: Routledge, pp. 92-96. ISBN 978-0415488976

Hauke, Chris. 2010. ‘Playing House’. In: Luke Hockley, ed. House: The Wounded Healer on Television: Jungian and Post-Jungian Reflections. London and NY: Routledge, pp. 43-56. ISBN 978-0415479134

Hauke, Chris. 2009. ‘What’s Missing?’. In: Gottfried Heuer, ed. Sacral Revolutions: Reflecting on the Work of Andrew Samuels - Cutting Edges in Psychoanalysis and Jungian Analysis. Routledge, pp. 121-127. ISBN 978-0415554619

Hauke, Chris. 2009. London Palimsest South/East/North/West. In: Tom Singer, ed. The Soul of Great Cities. New Orleans: Spring Publications.

Hauke, Chris. 2009. Foreword to Greg Singh. In: Greg Singh, ed. Film After Jung: Post-Jungian Approaches to Film Theory. London and NY: Routledge, vii-x. ISBN 978-0415430890

Hauke, Chris. 2007. “I’m not in my own skin. I want to be in my own skin”: revaluing fragmentation and narcissism. In: Anastasios Gaitanidis, ed. Narcissism: A Critical Reader. London: Karnac Books, pp. 187-210. ISBN 978-1855754539

Hauke, Chris. 2006. The Unconscious: Personal and Collective. In: Renos K Papadopoulos, ed. The Handbook of Jungian Psychology: Theory, Practice and Applications. Routledge, pp. 54-74. ISBN 978-1583911488

Hauke, Chris. 2002. Uneasy Ghosts. Theories of the Child and the Crisis in Analysis. In: R. Withers, ed. Controversies in Analytical Psychology. Routledge, pp. 53-67. ISBN 0415233054

Hauke, Chris. 2002. Jung and the Postmodern. In: Mary Ann Mattoon, ed. Cambridge 2001: Proceedings of the 15th International Congress for Analytical Psychology. Daimon Books, pp. 690-700. ISBN 978-3856306090

Hauke, Chris and Alister, Ian. 2001. Jung & Film: Post-Jungian Takes on the Moving Image. In: Chris Hauke and Ian Alister, eds. Jung & Film: Post-Jungian Takes on the Moving Image. Routledge. ISBN 1583911332

Hauke, Chris. 2001. "Let's go back to finding out whow we are": Men, Unheimlich and returning home in the films of Steven Spielberg. In: Chris Hauke and Ian Alister, eds. Jung & Film: Post-Jungian Takes on the Moving Image. Routledge, pp. 151-174. ISBN 1583911332

Hauke, Chris and Alister, Ian. 2001. Introduction. In: Chris Hauke and Ian Alister, eds. Jung & Film: Post-Jungian Takes on the Moving Image. Routledge, pp. 1-14. ISBN 1583911332

Hauke, Chris and Alister, Ian. 1998. Introduction. In: Chris Hauke and Ian Alister, eds. Contemporary Jungian Analysis. Post-Jungian Perspectives from the Society of Analytical Psychology. London and NY: Routledge, pp. 1-4. ISBN 978-0415141666

Hauke, Chris. 1998. 'Jung, Modernity and Postmodern Psychology. In: Chris Hauke and Ian Alister, eds. Contemporary Jungian Analysis. Post-Jungian Perspectives from the Society of Analytical Psychology. London and NY: Routledge, pp. 287-298. ISBN 978-0415141666

Article

Hauke, Christopher. 2015. Horror Films and the Attack on Rationality. Journal of Analytical Psychology, 6(5), pp. 736-740. ISSN 0021-8774

Hauke, Chris. 2014. ‘A cinema of small gestures’: Derek Jarman's Super 8 – image, alchemy, individuation. International Journal of Jungian Studies, 6(2), pp. 159-164. ISSN 1940-9052

Hauke, Chris. 2012. The Loving Gaze - People and Places. Activate, 6,

Hauke, Chris. 2011. Keeping secrets (and deciding what can be told). Individuation, power and the Red book. International Journal of Jungian Studies, 3(2), pp. 159-168. ISSN 1940-9052

Hauke, Chris. 2009. Turning On and Tuning Out: New Technology, Image, Analysis. Journal of Analytical Psychology, 54(1), pp. 43-60. ISSN 0021-8774

Hauke, Chris. 2005. 'Cinema and Psyche' 'What Makes Movies Work? Unconscious Processes and the Film-Makers' Craft'. Spring Journal of Archetypal Studies, 73, pp. 101-117.

Hauke, Chris. 2004. Orpheus, Dionysus and Popular Culture. Jean Cocteau's Orphee 1950 - then and now. Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture, 71, pp. 127-142. ISSN 1882670272

Hauke, Chris. 2004. 'Jean Cocteau’s ‘Orphee’: Orpheus, Dionysis and Popular Culture'. Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture Orpheus, 71, pp. 127-142.

Hauke, Chris. 2003. ‘The Phallus, Alchemy and Christ’. Gorgo, 44, pp. 19-45.