Ancient Greece, Modern Psyche Conference

Petros M. Nomikos Foundation

Santorini, Greece,

August 31 – September 3, 2017

Jungian analysts Tom Singer, Jules Cashford, Craig san Roque and others would like to invite you to participate in a third Ancient Greece, Modern Psyche conference designed to illuminate the influence of ancient Greek thought—mythology, philosophy, art, culture—on our modern psyches. We are bringing together Jungian analysts, and other scholars, for our three-day event at the Peter M. Nomikos Conference Center on the beautiful island of Santorini, ancient Thera, in Greece.

The Peter M. Nomikos Conference Center, with its stunning location at the top of the hill above the town of Fira and its up-to-date facilities, is a splendid site for participants and presenters to come together.

The papers from the 2009 conference were published by Spring Journal Books: Ancient Greece, Modern Psyche:  Archetypes in the Making.

The papers from the 2012 conference were published by Routledge: Ancient Greece, Modern Psyche:  Archetypes Evolving.

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Please contact Baruch Gould at to register and for any questions you might have about the conference.