Announcing: The Fourth Analysis and Activism Conference

Fourth Analysis and Activism Conference

The C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco
in cooperation with the
International Association for Analytical Psychology
and
Analysis and Activism IV

 

SAVE THE DATES: 8-11 OCTOBER, 2020

 

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

This announcement comes from Lynn Alicia Franco and Tom Singer representing the C.G. Jung Institute (CGJISF) of San Francisco and Stefano Carta, Emilija Kiehl, Andrew Samuels and Martin Skala representing the series of Analysis and Activism conferences supported by the IAAP.

We are very pleased to announce that, after the conferences in London, Rome and Prague, the next one will be held in San Francisco under the auspices of and with the full support of the CGJISF.

The dates of the conference will be 8-11 October, 2020.

The 2020 Conference will incorporate the Fourth Analysis and Activism Conference with the San Francisco Jung Institute’s Fifth Presidential Election Year Conference that began in 2000. The United States Presidential Election will be just a few weeks after this conference and it will be exciting to place the election in the context of much broader international concerns that are reflected in the Analysis and Activism Conference. The conference will run from Thursday afternoon until Sunday lunchtime. The Presidential element will be on the Saturday.  Analysis and Activism will
be Thursday night, Friday, and Sunday.

There will be some invited speakers and also a Call for Papers process enabling the programme committee to select some fresh faces and voices.

We recognise the downside of San Francisco as a location for those in Europe, particularly Eastern Europe and Russia. The previous three Analysis and Activism conferences made special arrangements for people from these areas. We will endeavour to make it as easy as possible for you to come. We also recognise that, for everyone from Europe, it is a long-haul flight.

However, after considerable thought and discussions with the IAAP, we felt that there was a wonderful opportunity to make it possible for people from Latin America, Asia (including Japan, China, Korea and Taiwan) and Australasia to attend.

We will do all within our power to research cheap flights and try to keep the expenses low, especially for students/trainees/candidates.

We now welcome ideas and comments about this plan.

Best wishes,

Lynn Franco, Tom Singer, Stefano Carta, Emilija Kiehl, Andrew Samuels, Martin Skala

 

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