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The IAJS Triannual Conference April 2-5, 2020 Registration Now Open

The Department of Psychology and The International Association for Jungian Studies present. Jungian Psychology and the Human Sciences Psychology as a human science is a broad field in which there are several traditions, most notably psychoanalysis, phenomenology and hermeneutics, feminist and other critical, deconstructive approaches. Most Jungian publications now reflect these influences as well.  Both Duquesne University and Jungian psychology have been pioneers in the development of […]

Call for papers: The International Jungian Conference

Institute of Philosophy – University of Wroclaw, The Gaston Bachelard Association “Mythopoeia“ Download the complete call for papers:

Jungian Psychology: East and West, encountering differences

The 2019 IAJS Regional Conference, Osaka, Japan Otemon Gakuin University, Ai Campus FINAL PROGRAM October 3, 2019 COPY OF THE FINAL CFP Call for Papers November 2-3, 2019 Registration: We invite you to participate in a gathering of academics, analysts, students and others interested in Jungian and post-Jungian Psychology, where we will consider how the cultural differences between East and […]

Guilford Press Offers IAJS Members 20% Discount

Guilford Press is happy to offer International Association of Jungian Studies members 20% off the list price of all Guilford titles—plus free shipping (US & Canada) to enhance their clinical work, teaching, training, and research. To see new and recent books, visit your special page at: www.guilford.com/iajs. To receive the 20% discount and free shipping, use promotional code: AFIAJS Another Special Offer from […]

Call for Papers: Jungian Psychology & the Human Sciences

Please note that IAJS issued a second deadline (1st of November) to submit abstracts for the 2020 Duquesne conference that has subsequently been rectified. Many submitted on 30th September (the initial deadline). Prof Brooke wrote a message on the IAJS listserve to apologise for the change of plans, and the deadline had been corrected on the website. We are sorry […]

The International Journal of Jungian Studies (IJJS)

Greetings members and friends of the International Association for Jungian Studies, We (Erik D. Goodwyn and Robin McCoy Brooks) would like to introduce ourselves as the newly appointed editors-in-chief of The International Journal of Jungian Studies (IJJS) and express our appreciation for the ongoing support of the IAJS board of directors.  The journal’s mission continues to bring Jungian theory and […]

Jungian Psychology: East and West, encountering differences The 2019 IAJS Regional Conference, Osaka, Japan

Otemon Gakuin University, Ai Campus Call for PapersNovember 2-3, 2019 We invite you to participate in a gathering of academics, analysts, students and others interested in Jungian and post-Jungian Psychology, where we will consider how the cultural differences between East and West can contribute to better understanding the totality of the psyche.   In the early nineteen twenties C. G. […]

Congratulations to the 2019 IAJS Book Award Finalists

And the finalists are: 2019 International Association for Jungian Studies Book Awards Finalists for Books published in 2018 The IAJS Book Awards will be given in 2 categories: Best (1) Authored book, and (2) Edited book. These prizes will be democratically voted upon by a book awards committee and announced later in the year. The Finalists for this year’s Book […]

Mourning the Dream—Amor Fati: An Illustrated Mythopoetic Inquiry

by Susanna Ruebsaat  (Author) The inner figure of the blind victim, the one who has the power to withstand the dark pull of the archetypal dynamic of illness/wholeness, was particularly active for a long period of time after I initially lost my eyesight. She kept looking for what I could not see, checking each eye over and over again separately, crying out […]

Call for Papers: Technology and communication: A conference for trainees and students in Jungian psychology

London, 1st June 2019 Jung valued the exploration of archetypes as cultural phenomena and he welcomed the opportunity to share scholarly work within collegial communities, such as Eranos, where those interested in finding solutions to the loss of meaning of traditions such as those of the academy, the church and the sciences, could meet in a meaningful space (Hillman and […]

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