Psychology at Home among the Arts and the HumanitiesA collection of texts and articles from Bernd Jager has been published this year under the name “Psychology at Home among the Arts and the Humanities” (321p). This book will be used for the psychology course “Humanism Introduction”, given in Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) at the autumn 2014 session:


– Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and the Fate of Modern Scientific Psychology
– About Desire and Satisfaction
– Concerning the Festive and the Mundane
– Towards a Psychology of Homo Habitans: A Reflection on Cosmos and Universe
– Rilke’s “Archaic Torso of Apollo”
– Horizontality and Verticality: A Phenomenological Exploration into Lived Space
– On the distinction between the public and the private: A meditation on punctuation
– Theorizing, Journeying, Dwelling
– Memories and Myths of Evil; a Reflection on the Fall from Paradise

This collection is available for CA$30,00 from Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) by contacting Bernd Jager’s teaching assistants: Yann Lafleur & Bilal Issa, or by visiting room SU-1710 in UQAM psychology department.