Ipek S. Burnett

Ipek S. Burnett is a depth psychologist and Turkish novelist living in San Francisco. She’s the author of A Jungian Inquiry into the American Psyche: The Violence of Innocence (Routledge, 2019). For more information visit: www.ipekburnett.com.    

Who’s Afraid of Rosa Parks?

Earthquake Relief Efforts in Turkey and Syria

Radical Hope for a Democracy in the U.S.

Kids Go To School To Read, Not Die

Ad Hoc Book Bans, a Shortcut to Civic Illiteracy

The Obscene and the Innocent: Book Bans in Schools 

Gunfighter Nation Meets Haitian Migrants

The Token Verdict

The Shipwreck of a Democracy: Trump and the Aftermath 

The Presidential Debate: A Violent Spectacle

In the Night Kitchen of the Next Election: a Parody

Bringing America to the Knee

The Irony of American Freedom 

Shadow Coding: the Iowa Caucus and Carl Jung

MLK and the Ghost of an Untrue Dream

The United States Needs Citizens Like You, Dreamer

White Terror: Toni Morrison on the Construct of Racism

Black Lives on Trial

Waiting for Godot: a Tale of American Democracy

The Assault on The New Colossus: Trump’s Threat to Close the U.S.-Mexican Border

Columbus Day: Romancing Greed, Slavery, and Genocide

Immigration and the Politics of Moral Corruption

Rethinking Freedom in the Era of Mass Shootings

Fire This Time: Letter to James Baldwin