“Beautiful Beasts: Animals in Myth, Literature and
– Lecturer Fall-Winter 2015-2016
Viridis Graduate Institute: Eco-psychology and Environmental Humanities. Ojai, CA.
– Lecture Fall 2015
Norman Levan Center for the Humanities Summer Scholar. Bakersfield College.
“Animal Advice: Are You Listening”
– Conference July 2015
International Society for Environmental Ethics: Making Sense of the Human- Animal Bond and Relationship Conference. Mansfield College, Oxford, United Kingdom.
- Winter 2012
Friends of Jung, San Diego.
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Rae Ann Kumelos holds a Ph.D. and M.A. in Mythological Studies from Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, a M.A. in Literature from New Mexico Highlands University, a B.S. in Marketing from Arizona State University, and also attended Northern Arizona University on a flute scholarship. She is a professor in the Humanities at a California community college, and also teaches graduate students at Viridis Graduate Institute.
Her book, “Feathered Grace: Animals in Myth, Literature and Life” is available at Amazon
and her latest book, “Wild Wisdom: Animal Stories of the Southwest” is available at Amazon
and here >
Rae Ann’s CD’s from her XM Satellite Radio Show, Voice of the Animal, are available on the order page >