International Association for Jungian Studies Book Awards   

CALL for NOMINATIONS for Books published in 2022 

IAJS announces the 5th annual IAJS Book Awards.  The awards initiative was established to reward scholarship relating to analytical psychology, depth psychology, Jungian, post-Jungian, and neo-Jungian studies.  Book topics may relate to the arts and humanities, the social, behavioural, human, and physical sciences, evolutionary theory, anthropology, the philosophy of culture, film and media, and religious studies.  IAJS values the plurality of perspectives within Jungian and post-Jungian traditions in all areas of clinical, theoretical, academic, and applied topics including methodological and empirical research.  

The IAJS Book Awards are given in 4 categories: Best (1) Theoretical, (2) Clinical, (3) Applied, and (4) Edited books. These prizes will be democratically voted upon by a book awards committee.    Book awards will be given by the end of the year and the recipients will be mailed attractive award plaques.  

Only books published with a 2022 imprint are eligible for nomination.  Nominations may come directly from the press or publishing house, but self- nominations are also permitted.  One (1) copy of the book must be sent directly to each committee member listed below by April 1, 2023.  

Awards Committee: 

Prof. Jon Mills 

Chair of Awards Committee, IAJS 

1104 Shoal Point Road  

Ajax, ON  L1S 1E2, Canada 

Note: When shipping books to Canada, please mark on any postal forms that the material is “printed matter.” Mark “NCV” on the forms and record the parcel as a “gift” or the package may be refused. 

Roula-Maria Dib, PhD 

162A Dukes Avenue 

TW10 7YJ 


London, United Kingdom 

Robin S. Brown, PhD, LP, NCPsyA 

55 East 9th St, Apt 12H 

New York, NY, 10003   USA 

Susan Schwartz, PhD 

3625 E. Denton Lane  

Paradise Valley, AZ  85253  USA 

David Henderson, PhD 

55 Calvert Road 


Herts  EN5 4HH