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The work of the late Jungian scholar and analyst, Rafael López-Pedraza, centered on the polarities between a polytheistic inheritance, primarily centered on the Greek pantheon, with monotheistic influences rooted in the Judeo-Christian-Islamic traditions. He used the term, cultural anxiety, to describe the suffering resulting from this polemic, one which manifests itself on the institutional as well as individual level. Building on his background in educational research and Spanish, Warford has recently focused his attention on López-Pedraza’s scholarship and its potential for improving education across the developmental continuum.
Mark Warford is Associate Professor of Spanish and Foreign Language Education at Buffalo State College. He received his PhD from The University of Tennessee and publishes in the areas of teacher development and sociocultural theory.
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