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Featured Video: Joseph Campbell’s Hero’s journey

Joseph John Campbell was an American mythologist, writer and lecturer, best known for his work in comparative mythology and comparative religion. His work is vast, covering many aspects of the human experience. He is the pioneer of the concept of the monomyth and the “hero’s journey” model of mythological and human experience in his classic 1949 book The Hero with a Thousand Faces. Since publication of The Hero with a Thousand Faces, Campbell’s theory has been consciously applied by a wide variety of modern writers and artists. The best known is perhaps George Lucas, who has acknowledged a debt to Campbell regarding the stories of the Star Wars films. The hero’s journey model is widely used in contemporary heroism education and promotion material, projects and non-profits.

Featured Video: Joseph Campbell’s Hero’s journey

Blogs and Podcasts

Heroes: What They Do and Why We Need Them: A Commentary on Today’s Heroes

Reel Heroes

The Hero Report: A Weekly Podcast on Heroism

The Hero Construction Company Blog

Shawn Furey’s Blog: Power-Vs-Force – How to Recognize Different Types of Change Agents

Ari Kohen’s Blog principally devoted to human rights, political theory, and pop culture

Ari Kohen’s Pocast on Heroism

The Power Button Blog

YouTube

HeroicImaginationTV

Matt Langdon, The Hero Construction Company

Shawn Furey, Hero Training School

The Power Button, Featured Video: Challenge the Status Quo, Confront your Fears, & Change your World

Projects and Non-Profits

See our Projects and Non-Profits of this site.

Databases and Networks

Shawn Fureys’ Hero Support Network

Giraffe Heroes Database

3things.org.au: Indigenous Heroes

Aboriginal Heroes Episodes: Colonial Landscape

More or Less: Heroes and Killers of the 20th Century

The Lucifer Effect.com: Celebrating Heroism

A Mudmap For Living: Discovering your Hero’s Journey

Social Media

Shawn Furey, Twitter, Mr Hero Support

Scott Allison, Twitter, Heroes Today

Matt Langdon, Twitter, The Hero Construction Company

Matt Langdon, Facebook, The Hero Round Table

Giraffe Heroes, Facebook

ThePowerButton, Facebook

Chad Ellsworth, Twitter

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