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General Papers

The Trickster in Peter Carey's Illywhacker
Pieter Willem Conradie
The Metaphysics of Otherness: Toward an Archetypal Theory of Alterity
Jon Mills
Think Outside the Box! Jung, Lévi-Strauss, and Postcolonialism (Individual, Society, and Institutes): Spectrum of Psychology and Sociology
Tatsuhiro Nakajima
Jungian Kitsch. Our Creative Constraints in Dealing with the Other
Andres Ocazionez
The tabloid Trickster and the cult of celebrity: a post-Jungian evaluation of the 'other' journalism
James Alan Anslow
African Healing, Animal Sacrifice, Alchemy and the Psychology of C. G. Jung
Lynne Radomsky
Dream symbolism and African Healing.
Lynne Radomsky
Connecting to One Another—A Biodanza Workshop
Evija Volfa Vestergaard, Carolina Churba-Doyle
A renewed analysis of the origin and positing of taboo inside cultural complexes in relation to the Spectre of the Other in Jungian psychology
Elizabeth Brodersen
Jung and the Apocatastasis of the Dead: Exploring Otherness in Liber Novus
Kiley Quincy Laughlin
The use of liminal space in relation to 'self' and 'other' in "The Expedition to the Baobab Tree"
Marian Elizabeth Campbell
My Kinky Shadow: Pathologizing the erotic Other in BDSM
Douglas Thomas
Creative process as connection to an Other
Christina Martinez
Conversing with Non-egoic intelligence through the Mystical Imagination
Jacob Kaminker
Picturing the Sámi
Barbara Helen Miller
Neighbor love and subject as political possibility
Robin McCoy Brooks
Body as the “Other” and the Rape Culture
Evija Volfa Vestergaard
The myth of Brexit: when ‘the Other’ is the wrong explanation
Steve Myers
A scientific examination of Jungian individuation and ‘the Other’
Steve Myers
Passages to and from India: Personal and collective journeys towards a "cultural creativity".
Evangeline Mary Lotus Rand
"The leaping and twinkling of the soul": The provocation of the other
David Henderson
Jung and Kristeva: The Looking Glass Between Self and Other
Susan Schwartz
Between the Mirror and the Mask: Cultural Abuse
Susan Schwartz
REDEEMING THE DARK OTHER; JUNG’S THEORY OF SHADOW
Grace Reid
HUMANIZING THE ENVIED OTHER: A JUNGIAN VIEW OF ENVY
Grace Reid
BEFRIENDING THE OTHER IN MYSELF AND AN OTHER
Sybil Helen Fuller, Sybil Helen Fuller
Meeting the Other in Myself and an Other
Sybil Helen Fuller
Jung, Deleuze, and the problematic whole
Roderick Main
Unconscious figures and Otherness: the case of Ex Machina
Joanna Dovalis, John Izod
Jung's Invitation to Embrace Psychology and Religion
William A McCreary
From The Singing Ringing Tree to the Baobab Tree
Amanda Jayne Hon
Encountering the Other: the White Shadow
Karen H Naifeh
Collective Shadows on the Sociodramatic Stage
Robin McCoy Brooks, Siyat Ulon
The Teachings of Nature
Madine Swart
Between Eco and Ego: The Problem of Borders in Depth Psychology
Martyna Chrzescijanska
Car guards as the "Other" in South African society
Lynelle Pieterse, Lynelle Pieterse
Whose Shadow Is It? The Representation of Trauma in Anton Nimblett’s “Ring Games” and “Sections of an Orange”
Jutta L. Schamp, Jutta Lieselotte Schamp
What Understanding is Possible Across Differences of Power, Language and Culture?
Penelope Anne Busetto
Dreaming In Black and White: Race in the Unconscious
Fanny Brewster
An Archetypal Exploration of a Work Organisation
Esra Paça
Oral Presentation: The Teenage Other: Psychic Epidemics, Moral Panics and Trust
Camilla Giambonini
Ethical conceptualisations of the psyche
Alan Fourie
De-colonization of the mind
Astrid M Berg
“Touching the Spectre of the Other”: Jungian Reflections in the Age of Digital Biopolitics
Gabriella Calchi Novati
CHANGING PERCEPTIONS OF LOVE AT MIDLIFE: JUNGIAN AND POST-JUNGIAN PERSPECTIVES
Emma Jane Parker
The Sacred White Lion as Symbol of the Archetype of the Self - The “canned hunting” industry as an expression of the cannibalization of the Self
Denise Grobbelaar
Collective History and Personal Hurt: Fernando Pessoa, Álvaro de Campos and “Maritime Ode”
Terence Richard Dawson
The Othering of Women in Active Military Combat
Elizabeth Eowyn Nelson
From nothing to everything
Bianca Olivia Jeanne Cassell
Ecological Hauntings: Nature as Other, Nature as Self
Gabrielle Milanich
Being Janus: A Combat Veteran’s Phenomenological Account of Coming Home
David Fisher
Trumping Walls: Reflections on the Bridge between Social and Analytical Justice
Gustavo Beck
The Binary Otherness of the Hero and Heroine following the Campbelian Monomyth
Elsabe Pepler
when I am, the other is
Ifat Peled
The Boy in the House of Death: The Katha Upanishad and Knowledge
Paul Attinello
After the End of History: From Cynicism to Sociopathy
eric greene
Mandela and the New South Africa – a ‘big dream’
Mathew Niall Mather
The Dynamic of Transgenerational Influence or ‘Why do my thoughts not feel like my own?’
Stephani Stephens
Perpetrator as self, not other - Incest and Sexual Abuse in the Caribbean - A Jungian Approach
Hazel Angela Da Breo
CG JUNG’S OTHERS: SOCIETY, NAZIISM AND CROWDS
Johann Graaff
One Piece: The dream of freedom as the ‘Other’
Konoyu Nakamura
The Other and its Collapse in the Cultural and the Collective Unconscious: A View Through a Window of Synchronicity
Cathy Kaplinsky
What Dialogue is Possible Across Differences of Language, Culture and Power? Proposal for a panel presentation and discussion
Penelope Anne Busetto
Film Futuristics and the “Alien” other & the “Other” as alien!
Michael Glock Ph.D.
Otherness: Victims and Survivors of Sexaul Assault in the Context of Mythology and Social Action: The Grateful Garments Project as a Community Model
Lorraine May Levy
Africa the lost continent: from colonialism to Globalisation
Prosper Baeni
Cultural Conflicts: International relations through an integrated Jungian and cultural psychological lens
Susan S. Voss
The Wild Dogs of Africa: Instinct, Body and Psyche
Susan Schwartz
Picturing the Sámi; Revisiting ‘Participation Mystic’
Barbara Helen Miller
The Passionate Body: Death, Life and HIV/AIDS
Paul Attinello
Tree as Other – Guided Imagery and Creative Arts Session
Lyn Mather
KINSHIP LIBIDO IN THE XHOSA TALE HUNGER MOON- A CROSS-CULTURAL ANALYSIS USING JUNGIAN THEORY AND UBUNTU
Elane de Vos
The Earth and its symbols as the Rejected and the Specter of the "Other", following Erich Neumann’s theory
Lidar Shany
The impact of the two "cousins Sarasin" from Basel, Paul and Fritz Sarasins, wealthy founders of Swiss ethnography on Jung's approach to foreign cultures
Angela Graf-Nold
Theorizing Divination: Emerging perspectives in depth-psychological and academic studies
Jean Hinson Lall
Loss of Mother - The impact of adoption on our genesis
Lynn Comley
Foreignness as a dynamic psychological and social state
Mostafa Kazemian
The Other as a manifestation of Jung’s Self archetype
Stephen Farah
Intoxicated by Otherhood Permission to redeem psychosocial identity through motherhood
Maryann Barone-Chapman
“Union in the Alimentary Canal: The ‘Other” Ouroborus”
Marybeth Carter
African Traditional Healers and Jungian analysts: The Fort Hare Symposium
Lily-Rose Nomfundo Mlisa
Feminist Film Analysis: Is Jung Any Better than Freud?
Helena Bassil-Morozow
A renewed analysis of the origins and the positioning of taboo inside cultural complexes in relation to the ‘Spectre of the Other in Jungian psychology’
Elizabeth Brodersen
The Metaphysics of Otherness Toward an Archetypal Theory of Alterity
Jon Mills
At the intersection of Analytical psychology and law, The African Diaspora: Post Modern Views of Jung and Analytical Psychology in Cultural Context
Alan Vaughn
Jung and “Africans”: A Critical and Contemporary Review of Some of the Issues
Andrew Samuels
Selfies and Jung’s personal shadow concept: Experiences of adolescents in South Africa
Petro van der Merwe, E Mojapelo-Batka


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