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Jungian and Post-Jungian Studies to be taught in 2020-2021

Jungian and Post-Jungian Studies to be taught in 2020-2021

Understanding and putting Depth Psychology into good use into the community is more important today than it was last year.
I would like to bring attention to the continuing good work of Kevin Lu and this note about Jungian and Post-Jungian Studies to be taught in 2020-2021


Dear colleagues, 
I am writing to update you on how the MA Jungian and Post-Jungian Studies will be taught in 2020-2021. As a university and a programme, we are committed to a blended learning approach for next academic year, which means that teaching will take place virtually (via a range of methods such as ‘live’ lectures and discussion meetings, pre-recorded audio and video lectures, etc) and face-to-face contact where possible. As you can appreciate, our level of ‘in-person’ contact will be based on many variables which, at this point, are constantly shifting and will probably remain so for some time. We understand, however, the need for clarity so that applicants and students can plan ahead for their studies. In this regard, if students are unable to come to campus for face-to-face engagement, then it will be possible for them to pursue their studies solely online. As of right now, this only applies for the academic year 2020-2021. 

I would appreciate it if you could share this message with your networks and where relevant.  I’ve also attached a PDF with further details about our MA. 

https://www.essex.ac.uk/departments/psychosocial-and-psychoanalytic-studies

On behalf of myself, Roderick, Mark and David, thank you for your continued support of this unique programme started by Andrew and Renos so many years ago. We will continue to adapt to changing circumstances to ensure the presence of Jungian and Post-Jungian thought in the academy, both here at Essex and elsewhere.  
Sincerely, 
— 
Dr. Kevin Lu

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