The IAJS exists to promote and develop Jungian and post-Jungian studies and scholarship on an international basis.
2020-2023 BOARD MEMBERS ARE:
We are proud to announce that the new Executive Committee has taken office, with the following portfolios:
Stephen Farah, co-chair
Camilla Giambonini, co-chair
Bill Farrar, secretary
Kiley Laughlin, treasurer
Elisabetta Iberni, chair of marketing and IAAP liaison
Robin McCoy Brooks, chair of online seminars and IJJS co-editor
Jon Mills, chair of book award programme and Brill liaison
Jonathan Vaughn, chair of IT
We sadly announce the resignation from the Executive Committee, for personal reasons, of Roger Brooke and Steve Myers, whom we take this opportunity to thank for their collaboration. Roger remains as chair of the upcoming conference in March, ‘Jungian Psychology and the Human Sciences’.
Camilla Giambonini co-chair, on behalf of
The Executive Committee, IAJS
Michael Glock Ph.D. Membership Secretary and website architect, editor.
Email Michael Glock if you require website or membership.
2017-2020 BOARD MEMBERS are:
The board members 2017-2020 are:
Dr Kiley Laughlin, Co-Chair, USA.
Dr Elizabeth Brodersen, Co-Chair; IAAP Liaison; Switzerland
Dr David Barton, Hon Treasurer; USA
Prof. Dr Roger Brooke USA
Robin McCoy Brooks, Chair online seminars; IJJS Co-editor in chief with Dr Erik Goodwyn, USA.
Camilla Giambonini, Hon Secretary, UK.
Stephen Farah, Moderator, South Africa
Prof. Jon Mills, IJJS liaison, Canada
Prof. Konoyu Nakamura, Japan
The current IAJS bylaws are:
The IAJS is a multidisciplinary association dedicated to the exploration and exchange of views about all aspects of the broader cultural legacy of Jung’s work and the history of analytical psychology. Through the development of Jungian and post-Jungian studies, the IAJS aims to aid the understanding of contemporary cultural trends and the history of psychological and cultural tendencies. For example, the association promotes:
- Scholarship relating analytical psychology to the arts and humanities, social sciences and philosophy as well as clinical, methodological and theoretical research
- The application of the concepts of Jungian and post-Jungian analytical psychology to literature, theatre, film and media studies, religious studies
- Applications in medicine, physics, and the philosophy and history of science
- Practice-based research in education, culture, therapy and the arts
The IAJS is set up to organise conferences, facilitate academic exchange, and maintain a website and keep in contact with existing professional organisations of Jungian analysts and psychotherapists worldwide.
It is committed to the ideals of academic freedom and equal opportunities, and is committed to pursuing opportunities for scholarly publishing as an important method of disseminating research.
Until 2007, the Association collaborated with the London Jung Club in the long-standing journal Harvest: International Journal for Jungian Studies. Our Association will now produce its own independent journal, International Journal for Jungian Studies (under development), as the official journal for the IAJS.
Membership is open to those from any discipline, artistic or cultural practice, including analysts and psychotherapists, with an interest in Jungian and post-Jungian studies at a scholarly level.
All members shall have equal voting rights.
Masters and doctoral students and candidates undertaking clinical trainings may pay dues at a reduced rate.
Following the IAAP Academic Conference, a group of about 30 academics and analysts held preliminary discussions leading to the formation of a steering group. The main tasks of the steering group, which continued to report to the larger group, were to establish the initial membership of the Association prior to elections and make arrangements for the website and electronic communication.
In November 2003, the IAJS membership elected the first Executive Committee. The second elections were held in 2006. Recent former members include:
- Maryann Barone-Chapman (UK)
- Ien Hazebroek-BujisThe Netherlands
- Kristine Connidis Canada
- Frances Gray (Chair) Australia
- Lucy Huskinson (UK)
- Raya Jones UK
- Alberto Lima (Brazil)
- Claudio De Paula, Brazil
- Renos Papadopoulos (Editor, IJJS journal), UK
- Lee Robbins, USA
- Susan Rowland (chair) UK
- Andrew Samuels (UK)
- David Tacey (Australia)
The IAJS Executive committee in (2009-2011) existed with the committee members and responsibilities below:
- Daniel Andersen, discussion moderator
- Leslie Gardner, membership secretary, liaison IJJS
- Michael Glock, – ex officio, marketing u0026amp; website master
- Donald Fredericksen, chair
- Kevin Lu, academic outreach
- Mark Saban, IAAP-IAJS liaison
- Stephani Stephens, academic outreach
- Joel Weishaus, backup moderation
The IAJS Executive Committee in (2011 -2014) existed with the committee members and responsibilities below.
- Daniel Anderson, USA., discussion moderator
- Dr. Elizabeth Brodersen, Switzerland
- Dr Leslie Gardner, UK, (ex officio), membership secretary + IJJS liaison
- Dr. Michael Glock, digital architect, USA
- Stephen Farah (IAJS list moderator)
- Dr. Donald Lawrence Fredericksen (chairman) USA
- Dr. Luke Hockley, editor IJJS (ex officio) UK
- Dr. Lucy Huskinson, editor IJJS (ex officio) UK
- Dr. Kevin Lu, UK
- Mark Saban, UK
- Stephani Stephens, USA., academic outreach
- Joel Weishaus, USA (ex officio)
The new IAJS Executive committee (November 2014-2017) and responsibilities:
- Dr. David Barton Honorary Treasurer – USA
- Dr. Elizabeth Brodersen Co-Chair IAJS. IAAP Liason – Switzerland
- Dr. Marybeth Carter – USA
- Peter T. Dunlap Honorary Secretary – USA
- Dr. Michael Glock, Co-Chair IAJS. Digital Architecture – USA
- Stephen Farah, List Moderator IAJS – South Africa
- Dr. Luke Hockley Editor IJJS (ex officio) – UK
- Dr. Lucy Huskinson Editor IJJS (ex officio) – UK
- Jean Hinson Lall Honorary Historian-Parliamentarian u0026amp; Assistant Secretary – USA
- Dr. Konoyu Nakamura – Japan