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Robert A. Segal is Professor and Sixth Century Chair in Religious Studies at the University of Aberdeen

Mythology Scholar Robert Segal *84 Shapes Religious Studies

Gnostic myths ‘postulate worlds and gods beyond our own,’ Segal says Robert Segal *84 is a mythic figure. Long-term IAJS member receives global praise and his own festschrift He holds the chair in religious studies at Aberdeen University and is one of the world’s leading experts on myth and religion. His focus for the past …

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Daniel Burston is an Associate professor of Psychology at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh who specializes in the history of psychoanalysis, psychiatry and psychology, and the ways in which the mental health disciplines overlap and co-mingle with religion, philosophy and politics. He is the author of The Legacy of Erich Fromm (Harvard University Press, 1991), The Wing of Madness: The Life and Work of R.D. Laing (Harvard University Press, 1996), Psychotherapy as a Human Science (with Roger Frie, Duquesne University Press, 2006), Erik Erikson and the American Psyche: Ego, Ethics and Evolution (Jason Aronson, 2007) and A Forgotten Freudian: The Passion of Karl Stern (Karnac, 2016). His most recent books are Psychoanalysis, Politics and the Postmodern University (Palgrave MacMillen , 2020) and Anti-Semitism and Analytical Psychology: Jung, Politics and Culture (Routledge, 2021)

IAJS Online Seminar: Anti-Semitism and Analytical Psychology: JUNG, Politics and Culture (Routledge, 2021)

 Two ZOOM Seminars June 20 and June 28 with online discussion from the 20th – 29th.   June 20:Anti-Semitism and Zionism in C.G. Jung and His Inner Circle This two hour ZOOM seminar addresses the anti-Semitic attitudes expressed in Jung’s publications, public utterances and personal correspondence from 1910-1939 and the ways in which they were experienced and addressed by James Kirsch and Erich Neumann. Burston …

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Online Seminar: Taboo, shamanism, and Jungian psychoanalysis with Elizabeth Brodersen

Dear Membership,Below is Chapter 8 of Liz Brodersen’s book that she is sharing with us to discuss during her IAJS seminar. This seminar will be conducted through the list serve from May 20th – the 25th.  Here’s the video link she provided of a lecture on the topic of Taboo, Shamanism and Jungian Psychoanalysis also …

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New IAJS Online Seminar: Animus: A Concept Revisited by Sulagna Sengupta

Dear Membership,Sulagna Sengupta’s seminar will begin on April 23rd and end on the 28th. Her one hour ZOOM presentation will occur on April 24th at 8 am SAST (South Africa Time), 7 am BST (London time), or 2 am EDT (NYC). A ZOOM invitation will be posted in the coming week. Stephen Farah will moderate. Stephen …

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Susan Rowland’s Zoom and discussion Seminar has now come to a formal close.

Dear Membership, On behalf of the IAJS Board of Directors, I would like to thank you Susan  for sharing your time and expertise with the membership. The preparation that goes into presenting is enormous and we are grateful. From this point forward, non-related emails will be posted. You may continue to discuss seminar material as …

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2021 IAJS Seminar series

 N.B. March 18-21, 2021: IAJS Virtual Conference –Duquesne (time to register!) UPCOMING ONLINE SEMINARS                                                          April 2nd – 5th  : Susan Rowland The Feminine in Research: Jungian Arts-Based Research (and Transdisciplinarity) (with more from Jungian Arts-based …

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