The bibliography page has external links to Journals and articles.The Living Embodiment Conference (7-13th October, 2013, Colorado). The Living Embodiment Conference brings together a thinkers and practioners in the field of embodiment including Dr. Richard Strozzi-Heckler and Don Hanlon Johnson. The body: A phenomenological psychological perspective is an educational resource from the Open University. It provides a useful introduction to key topics like mind-body dualism, the relationship between the body, identity and the social world and phenomenological perspectives.
The Embodiment Lab is based in the Department of Psychology at Columbia University. They're researching into "the nature of mental representations that underlie emotional experience and social dynamics", "mechanisms by which bodily activity and mental representations of it are connected to emotional experience and social dynamics" and "how to manage emotional experiences and social interactions".
A critical discussion of Lakoff and Johnson's 'Philosophy In the Flesh: The Embodied Mind and Its Challenge to Western Thought'.
Don Hanlon Johnson - "A contribution to the work of those teachers, activists, writers, bodyworkers, artists, and scientists who are taking stands in favor of the crucial importance of our material reality ... My focus is on a worldwide group of educators who have developed practices for accessing and cultivating the stores of wisdom, creativity, and courage that live within our bodies". The site includes a page for the Study Project in Phenomenology of the Body.
Integration Journal is an interesting blog by Mark Walsh, which covers "Martial arts, alternative health, somatics, bodywork, Non-Violent Communication, meditation, dance and a personal touch".
Moving Legends is a series of video interviews with dancers who have enhanced our understanding of embodiment. The series includes interviews with Judith Aston, Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen, Anna Halprin and Don Hanlon Johnson.
to tacit embodied knowledge: Force sensations and conceptualization.
Bodily acts are often tacit, implicit, and are hard or impossible to capture in propositional form. What then, is the mechanism by which the player knows how to act? How is this knowledge related to conceptual learning?
(Abstract of talk for the Seminar on People, Computers, and Design at Stanford University December 4, 1998.)
Situated Cognition in Social Psychology
Provides a short discussion of the implications of ESC for many topics in social psychology.
Somatic/Embodied Learning and Adult Education. Trends and Issues Alert by Sandra Kerka. A short briefing on the subject with a good bibliography.
Psycoloquy is a refereed international, interdisciplinary electronic journal that publishes on psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience, behavioural biology, artificial intelligence, robotics/vision, linguistics and philosophy.
International Association for the Cognitive Science of Religion exists to promote the cognitive science of religion through international collaboration. The new website is developing into a very useful resource.
The Danish Center for Subjectivity Research approaches the subject through three strands: first, phenomenology and philosophy of mind, second, hermeneutics and philosophy of religion, and third psychopathology. The Center runs conferences and courses. Their links page is especially useful.
with Body: A Self Study in Relational Pedagogy through Embodiment and
the Therapeutic Relationship (pdf)
Chantale Lussier-Ley University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada
Nick Totton on Embodied-Relational Therapy
John Pickering interests include Consciousness and Selfhood; Ecopsychology and wellbeing; Embodiment, Cognitive science and phenomenology Eastern psychological thought
Embodiment at the University of New South Wales.
The Individualized MA at Goddard College is an "interdisciplinary liberal studies program integrating personal vision with radical thinking and engaged practice". Concentrations include place-based Environmental Studies, Consciousness Studies, and Embodiment Studies (see http://web.goddard.edu/embodiment/), Eco-feminism and eco-spirituality, Mythology, Eco-Psychology and related fields.
Clare Myatt offers somatic psychotherapy and coaching.
Integration Training apply somatics to management training.
I integrate embodiment research into my ecopsychology workshops.