Carol Schreier Rupprecht

Carol Schreier Rupprecht began her academic career at Kirkland College. When Kirkland merged with Hamilton College in 1978, she remained on the faculty at Hamilton until her retirement in 2007. At Hamilton she served as associate dean of students and chair of the department of comparative literature. Professor Rupprecht was the editor of The Dream and The Text: Essays on Literature and Language (State University of New York Press, 1993) and co-editor of Feminist Archetypal Theory: Interdisciplinary Re-Visions of Jungian Thought (University of Tennessee Press, 1985). She served as president of the International Association for the Study of Dreams, and was senior editor of its journal, Dreaming. Dr. Rupprecht was a graduate of the University of Virginia. She held three degrees from Yale University, including a PhD in comparative literature. She passed away in 2012.

Books by this Author

Dreams play a powerful role in the sacred biographies of Indo-Tibetan Buddhism: they foretell the births of religious figures, describe their accomplishments, and reveal esoteric teachings.In this fascinating study of the Buddhist dream experience, Dr. Serinity Young explores the complex functions of dreams in the sacred biographies of the Buddha and other central Buddhist figures, and reveals the ever-changing nature of dreams in Buddhist thought and practice.Young presents a fascinating,...