Jung History Conference at UCL (London, November 2013)

JUNG HISTORY CONFERENCE

30 November 2013, UCL

A day conference with presentations from members of the UCL Centre for the History of Psychological Disciplines on ongoing research in Jung History

 

 

PROGRAMME

10.30-11.00am Registration

11-11.15am Introduction

11.15-12.00am Sonu Shamdasani “English Modernist Writers as Readers of Jung”

12.00-12.15pm Tea

12.15-1.00pm Gaia Domenici, “Books ‘For All and None’: Zarathustra, The Red Book and ‘Visionary’ Works”

1.00-2.30pm Lunch

2.30-3.15pm Christopher Wagner, “Jung’s Alchemy: The Concept and Uses of the Quaternity.”

3.15-4.00pm Vicente de Moura, “The case of Maggy Reichstein – Jung’s Quest and Eastern Psychology.”

4.00-4.30pm Tea

4.30-5.15pm Matei Iagher, “The Sun and the Blue Sky: C.G. Jung and Mircea Eliade on Religion.”

5.15-6.00pm Martin Liebscher, “With Queen Vaidehi to the Pure Land: Jung’s Reading of the Amitāyur-dhyāna-sūtra.”

Cost: £45
Registered Student (bring proof of ID): £30
UCL staff/student: free

Location: Arts and Humanities Common Room (G24), Foster Court, Malet Place, University College London

Click here to register.

For further information, contact Sonu Shamdasani at s.shamdasani@ucl.ac.uk

  1. The UCLA research library has vast numbers of books on how Jung has penetrated school curricula. I compiled my Jung blogs (showing how Jungian ideas had been deployed by New Deal allies to FDR) here: http://clarespark.com/2010/05/10/jungians-rising/.

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