About Roger Knudson, Ph. D.
For more than 25 years now, I have been teaching courses on dreams at Miami University. At present, that course takes the form of a senior capstone built around experiential dream groups led by graduate students in our Ph. D. program. I have always aspired to make it the kind of course on dreams I wish I could have taken as an undergraduate.
I draw ongoing inspriation from the archetypal perspective of James Hillman. In that same tradition, I completed Steve Aizenstat's Advanced Dream Tending program at Pacifica.
My research has focused on what I have called the on-going significance of significant dreams.
List of dream-related publications and/or web sites where
my work is featured.
Knudson, R. M., Adame, A. L., & Finocan, G. M. (2006). Significant dreams: Repositioning the self narrative. Dreaming, 16, 215-222.
Knudson, R. M. (2006). Anorexia dreaming: A case study. Dreaming, 16, 43-52.
Knudson, R. M. (2003) Significant dreams as emblems of uniqueness: The fertilizer does not explain the flower. Dreaming, 13, 121 - 134.
Knudson, R. M. (2001) Significant dreams: Bizarre or beautiful? Dreaming, 11, 167-177.
Knudson, R. M. & Minier, S. (1999) The on-going significance of significant dreams: The case of the bodiless head. Dreaming, 9, 235 - 245.