Archives for Call for Papers
Revue de Psychologie Analytique – Publishing Opportunity

Best wishes for this new year ! And the occasion to remind you that the Revue de Psychologie Analytique would love to publish your papers, after anonymous peer review. If they are in french it is best, but in other langage we will manage to help translation. Dr François MARTIN-VALLAS Rédacteur en chef de la… Read More »

Chiron Publications – New Releases

Greetings! It’s been a busy year for Chiron Publications with the release of four new books and one revised edition. The subject of three of these range from Death to Breast Cancer to Transformation. Chiron is also pleased to release the first biography of Emma Jung, a powerful figure in the development of Analytical Psychology.… 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 »

The Search for Roots: C. G. Jung and the Tradition of Gnosis

What Reviewers Say: “Excellent book… Ribi has the feel of Gnosis and knows his sources, both ancient and modern… There is no doubt that it was Jung, and not Hans Jonas, who rediscovered Gnosticism and its importance for modernity.” – Gilles Quispel (Professor of Early Christian History, Utrecht University), The San Francisco Jung Institute Library… Read More »

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