Why We Still Read Jung
And What We Can Discover In Jung's Red Book
Sunday, February 9, 2014
1:00 - 4:00 PM
Refreshments will be provided.
Join us to learn about major contributions of two longtime leaders of the international Jungian community, Jean and Thomas Kirsch. Both are analysts and past presidents of the Institute.
Jean Kirsch conceived the Institute’s International Analytical Psychology Scholars Program. Her eye-opening recent book, How and Why We Still Read Jung: Personal and professional reflections, edited with Murray Stein, reveals how many ways there are to traverse the complex labyrinth that is Jung’s written legacy.
As president of the International Association for Analytical Psychology, Thomas Kirsch pioneered the development of Jungian analysis in many parts of the world including Russia and China. He has edited the brilliant, multifaceted collection, The Red Book: Reflections on C. G. Jung's Liber Novus, with George Hogenson.
Tom and Jean will share insights garnered from their experience in forging these books and take questions from the audience about Jung’s work and what it has been like to advance its understanding internationally.
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When & Where
The Jung Institute of San Francisco
The C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco
The C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco is a non-profit educational and community service organization that devotes itself to the furtherance of Jungian thought in clinical work and in cultural discourse. In addition to its Analytic Training Program, the Institute provides educational events for the general public, seminars for professionals, and produces Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche, now published by Taylor & Francis. The Institute houses an extensive library and offers a sliding scale psychotherapy clinic. Friends of the Institute, an auxiliary organization, welcomes new members.
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