Archives for Call for Papers
IAAP Congress in Kyoto, Japan, Invitation

Dear IAJS colleagues,    IMPORTANT NOTICE I am posting a very important and generous invitation from Tom Kelly, the president of the IAAP for IAJS members participation in the IAAP Congress to be held in Kyoto in August 2016. Please note the crucial condition for submitting a proposal: the proposal must be sponsored by a member… Read More »

Call for Participation Psyche, Spirit, and Science: negotiating contemporary social and cultural concerns  – Joint IAAP/IAJS Conference

Dear IAJS Members, The Program Committee for the next IAJS/IAAP Joint conference has extended the deadline for submission of proposals for presentations until December 15th, 2014. We look forward to receiving your proposals. With best wishes, Joe Cambray, Co-Chair for the Program Committee   Download… Call for Participation Joint IAAP-IAJS Conference Yale 2015 Dec deadline… Read More »

Callfor papers: PSYCHOANALYSIS IN CULTURAL STUDIES: READINGS AND PROPOSALS

The conference will be held in June 2015 in Bochum, Germany, and it will deal with the role of psychoanalysis in British cultural studies. We would be very grateful if you could forward the attached CfP to anyone potentially interested. CfP Psychoanalysis in Cultural Studies RUB Thank you very much in advance and kind regards,… Read More »

Call for Papers – ‘Art, Aesthetics, and Analytical Psychology’

Call for paper for the special themed issue of the International Journal for Jungian Studies, guest edited by Dr David Parker.   Art, aesthetics, and Analytical Psychology have overlapping histories that are punctuated by their involvement in the elaboration of the imagination and its symbolic expression.  Each provides the means to a deeper engagement with… Read More »

‘Art, Aesthetics, and Analytical Psychology’

Call for paper for the special themed issue of the International Journal for Jungian Studies, guest edited by Dr David Parker.   Art, aesthetics, and Analytical Psychology have overlapping histories that are punctuated by their involvement in the elaboration of the imagination and its symbolic expression.  Each provides the means to a deeper engagement with… Read More »

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