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 The 2023 IAJS Online/ZOOM Seminar series as it stands today. 

Dear Membership, Be especially aware of our first offering featuring Mary Watkins on January 14th, 2021 – just around the corner! We wish you a peaceful and contented holiday season. The IAJS Seminar Committee 2023 IAJS Online/ZOOM Seminar series (thus far)January 14: Mary Watkins  Individuation and Racial Reparations: A Lecture, Discussion, and Workshop 2 hour ZOOM:Presentation …

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IAJS Conference Call for papers deadline extension

Hello all, We are extending the deadline for proposal submissions for the IAJS 2022 Virtual Conference, “Jung and the Moment,” to Friday, August 26. Please review the conference topic and follow the submission guidelines re-posted below.  International Association for Jungian Studies   CALL FOR PAPERS   Jung and the Moment   An International Conference via Zoom    December 2-4, …

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IAJS now has a YouTube channel

Dear IAJS Members, IAJS now has a YouTube channel where videos of presentations will be available to our members.This means, at long last, we can share with you the link to Giovanni Colacicchi’s presentation on the topic of Jung and Ethics that he gave a few weeks ago. Giovanni’s current schedule and projects do not allow him to be active …

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2022 IAJS Online/ZOOM Seminar series (thus far)

April 3rd, 2022: Giovanni Colacicchi     C. G. Jung’s ethics ZOOM  4 pm ET, 10 pm Italy, 9 pm UK, Moderated by Ris Swank  In this seminar, Dr. Colacicchi will discuss his research on the ethical foundations of Jungian psychology and hopes to receive many questions and comments from the participants. Jung appears to have developed his ethical outlook, which has a …

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Exploring Depth Psychology and the Female Self: Feminist Themes from Somewhere, edited by Leslie Gardner and Catriona Miller

Exploring Depth Psychology and the Female Self: Feminist Themes from Somewhere, a collection edited by Leslie Gardner and Catriona Miller, presents a Jungian take on modern feminism, offering an international assessment with a dynamic political edge which includes perspectives from both clinicians and academics. Presented in three parts, this unique collection explores how the fields …

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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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Precessional astrology and amplifications.

Dear Danielle,  Good to see some discussion on art, so thank you for sharing your work and process.   Here, I would like to share a few thoughts on your Golden Child image from an esoteric perspective, using precessional astrology and a few amplifications. This approach is evident in Jung’s works as we see, for instance, in his Visions …

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Exploring Depth Psychology and the Female Self Feminist Themes from Somewhere Edited by Leslie Gardner and Catriona Miller

Exploring Depth Psychology and the Female Self: Feminist themes from Somewhere. (Routledge November 2020)

We are pleased to announce a celebration to launch the book deriving from the second feminist conference which will happen on 24th November: contributors and all others who wish to attend, will gather at 7 pm GMT (London UK) on zoom with speakers Drucilla Cornell and colleague, Karin van Marle who will talk about their …

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