Jules Cashford a Jungian analyst "is a writer and lecturer on mythology. She studied philosophy at St Andrews University and literature at Cambridge, and was Supervisor in Tragedy for Trinity College, Cambridge for some years. She is a member of the International Association of Analytical Psychology.
"Jules Cashford is the co-author, with Anne Baring, of The Myth of the Goddess: Evolution of an Image (Penguin Arkana, 1993), and translator of The Homeric Hymns (Penguin Classics, 2003). Her most recent book, The Moon: Myth and Image (Cassell Illustrated, 2003) is a comprehensive look at the Moon and its vast influence on the structure and symbolism of mythology, religion and consciousness." 
"Jules Cashford read philosophy at St. Andrews and did post-graduate research in literature at Cambridge, on a Carnegie Fellowship, studying for a Ph D on Tragedy in the novels of Joseph Conrad. She was a Supervisor in Tragedy at Trinity College, Cambridge for some years. She studied Psychology of Consciousness with Max Cade, and lectured on Mythology at Birkbeck College of Extra-Mural Studies, University of London, in a course called 'Before Philosophy.'" 
- Advisor, Gaia Foundation
Resources and articles
Related Sourcewatch articles
- Nicholas Campion, Patrick Curry - Sky and Psyche (Floris Books) 
- Resurgence 
- Anne Baring and Jules Cashford, The Myth of the Goddess: The Evolution of an Image (NY: Viking/Penguin,1991) foreword by Laurens van der Post —"with prodigious scholarship, this book depicts the evolution of the goddess within a framework influenced by the conception of consciousness developed by C. G. Jung and Joseph Campbell; and to Owen Barfield (who, in turn, acknowledges his debt to Rudolf Steiner)."