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New Book Launched! A Contemplative Approach To Understanding World Religions C. G. Jung as Phenomenologist of the Soul by Blake W. Burleson

A Contemplative Approach To Understanding World Religions C. G. Jung as Phenomenologist of the Soul by Blake W. Burleson ISBN: 978-1-935528-67-8 282 pp. Price: $32.95 To order this book, click here How does one understand a religion not one’s own? In our politically and culturally diverse and divisive times, where religious identities create tension and… Read More »

JSSS Announces 13th Conference of Research in Jung and Analytical Psychology – Call for Papers

Dear IAJS Membership, The JSSS Conference Committee is delighted to announce the 13th Conference of Research in Jung and Analytical Psychology by the Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies entitled, “On Nature & the Feminine: Psychological & Cultural Reflections.” It will be held at the University of Alberta, Faculty of Education, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada June 11-13,… Read More »

Thursday 16 October at 7.30 pm at The Essex Church, 112 Palace Gardens Terrace, London W8 4RT IS JOSEPH CAMPBELL A JUNGIAN? Robert Segal Joseph Campbell is often taken as a disciple of Jung. His ‘Hero with a Thousand Faces’ is typically read as a symbolic expression of the psychological journey of the second half… Read More »

Jung and Aging Possibilities and Potentials for the Second Half of Life

Dear Colleagues, May I bring your attention to Spring Journal’s recent publication of Jung and Aging: Possibilities and Potentials for the Second Half of Life. The work brings Jungian perspectives into dialogue with gerontologists of various stripes and also features essays authored by several members of IAJS. The project issues from a symposium sponsored by… Read More »

Confronting Cultural Trauma – Editors: Grażina Gudaitė and Murray Stein

Dear Fellow IAJS members, Grazina Gudaite and I are pleased to announce the publication of a collection of essays on “Confronting Cultural Trauma” authored by a distinguished group of Jungian analysts from a broad range of the world’s cultures. We believe this volume will carry the discussion of cultural trauma and complexes several steps further.… Read More »

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