Thursday 20 April – Sunday 23 April 2017
The Roosevelt Hotel, New York City
We cordially invite you to join us in downtown Manhattan for this, our XIVth international residential conference, though our first to be held in New York City. Dissociation is a theme with both a rich Jungian history and a general contemporary pertinence. Jung’s early interest in complexes and subsequent focus on archetypes, particularly their inclination toward personification and autonomy, led the way in studies of dissociation. More recently, conceptualizations of an unrepressed unconscious are making an important contribution to this ongoing debate and have brought Jungian perspectives on the ‘not yet conscious’ to the fore.
CALL FOR PAPERS
We invite contributors – from classical, relational and psychoanalytic backgrounds – to submit proposals. Please click on the below link to our dedicated website for full details of proposal requirements, the pre-conference writers’ workshop, the plenary speakers and hotel reservations. Registration is now open – you will be most welcome!