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International workshop ARGUING ON THE WEB 2.0

Amsterdam, June 30 – July 1, 2014Chairs: Fabio Paglieri & Chris ReedLocal organizer: Ulle Endriss Deadline for submission: February 28, 2014 Submission format: short paper (max. 4000 words, references included) Submission procedure: send your contribution, properly anonymized for peer reviewing, to fabio.paglieri@istc.cnr.it A selection of accepted papers will be published in a special issue of …

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Feminism Seminar on the IAJS Discussion List • Late September 2013

Next week (late September 2013), we commence the first phase of the seminar on feminism. Below you will find a brief summary of the statement again that was put to the various women participating: ‘What is feminism about in Jungian parlance? Does a theoretical collection of ideas that includes such a concept as the ‘anima’ …

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The IAJS runs a lively discussion list

The IAJS runs a lively discussion list which as a member you receive via email. Recently (January 2013), conversation about Canadian Jungian inspired writers has been mentioned in regards to the required and recommended reading list of various university departments around the world. Below is a response from Darrel Dobson. Ah Canada! I also live …

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2010 New Discussion List Topic

 “Issues in Jungian Psychology.” Presented by David Tacey Dear Colleagues, I am pleased to announce, on behalf of the Executive Committee of the IAJS, a new series for our discussion list, “Issues in Jungian Psychology.”  We have invited a series of distinguished thinkers and authors to present papers for discussion and analysis.  The papers are …

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