Online Seminars

IAJS Online Seminar — Animate Being – Tracing the Tacit through Jungian Arts Based Research

Dear Membership, I am pleased to announce our next IAJS Seminar will be with Briony Clarke titled “Animate Being – Tracing the Tacit through Jungian Arts Based Research.” The seminar will be held on Sunday, July 24th via Zoom at 6 pm (London) / 10 am (Los Angeles) / 1 pm (New York) for approximately …

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IAJS Online Seminar: The importance, influence, and impact of the ancestors with Eugenio Ordóñez

June 4th, 2022: Eugenio Ordóñez: The importance, influence, and impact of the ancestors  ZOOM presentation: two hours. 10 am Mexico City Time, 8 am Seattle time, 4 pm UK time, moderator Robin McCoy Brooks Bio: Eugenio Ordóñez holds an M.A. and Ph.D. in Depth Psychology from the Pacifica Graduate Institute. He is trained in Family Constellations, which he has facilitated in groups for over 12 …

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IJAS Online Seminar: Ukraine: is the ‘thin thread’ about to break?” with Steve Myers

Dear Membership,Below is the announcement for the next IAJS ZOOM Seminar featuring Steve Meyers on the topic of  “Ukraine: is the ’thin thread’ about to break?” on May 15th. As we approach that time, we will give you more details. Further below is a schedule for remaining 2022, still a work in progress. I am always …

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IAJS Seminar: April 3rd, 2022: Giovanni Colacicchi C. G. Jung’s ethics

Dear Membership,Below is the announcement for Giovanni Colacicchi’s Seminar this coming weekend! A Zoom invitation will be posted prior to the event. See you there.  The IAJS Seminar CommitteeApril 3rd, 2022: Giovanni ColacicchiC. G. Jung’s ethics ZOOM  4 pm ET, 10 pm Italy, 9 pm UK, Ris Swank moderatesIn this seminar, Dr. Colacicchi will discuss his research on the …

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IAJS Online Seminar: C. G. Jung’s ethics with Giovanni Colacicchi

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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New IAJS Seminar : Jung’s Personal Confession with Betsy Cohen

Dear Membership,Betsy Cohen will be presenting a ZOOM IAJS Seminar entitled “Jung’s Personal Confession” on February 27.  The ZOOM session begins at 10 am Pacific (San Francisco) 6 pm London time. Ris Swank will moderate the session.A ZOOM invitation will be posted a few days prior to the event. The recording link will be posted on the …

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Upcoming IAJS Online Seminar: The Necessary Fiction: Blakes Illustrations of the Book of Job, a communal descent myth for our fluid time.

Dear Membership,On behalf of the IAJS Board of Directors, we are please to announce Jason Wright’s coming IAJS seminar entitled: The Necessary Fiction: Blakes Illustrations of the Book of Job, a communal descent myth for our fluid time. Both ZOOM seminar sessions will occur next weekend on the 6th and 7th of November. We will post a ZOOM …

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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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