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The Spectre of the "OTHER" in Jungian Psychology

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Thursday, July 27, 2017 at 8:00 AM - Monday, July 31, 2017 at 1:00 PM (SAST)

The Spectre of the "OTHER" in Jungian Psychology

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Early Bird Full Conference   more info 44 Tickets May 31, 2017 $297.50 $8.03
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Full conference, all days, all keynote presentations and breakout room presentations plus daily refreshments.
98 Tickets Jul 27, 2017 $350.00 $9.34
Student Rate Full Conference   more info 72 Tickets Jul 27, 2017 $150.00 $4.34
Gala Dinner (Always a highlight) Only 150 available   more info 147 Tickets Jul 27, 2017 $50.00 $0.00

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2017 Multidisciplinary Conference on Jungian Psychology Sponsored by the International Association for Jungian Studies


CFP Submission (open till December 31 2016)
Present a Paper >>> 
www.jungstudies.net/events

Centre of Applied Jungian Studies South Africa

Sponsored by CAJS South Africa

We invite you to participate in a gathering of academics, analysts, students and others interested in exploring a Jungian conceptualization of Otherness, and how such ideas interface with ideas about the Other in broader psychoanalytic and critical theory dialogue.

CONFERENCE LOCATION

The conference will be held at the Centre for the Book, a unit of the National Library of South Africa, which is located in the center of Cape Town and is encircled by a variety of hotels, gardens, galleries, and museums. 

Center for the Book South Africa

Centre for the Book, a unit of the National Library of South Africa
Location >>> Google Maps <<<

 CURRENCY EXCHANGE

The currency in South Africa is the Rand and the exchange rate is around 14 Rand to $1 USD. Check the latest >>> currency exchange rates <<<

 ACCOMMODATIONS

We recommend several hotels that range in style and price from cosmopolitan to an original and authentic Dutch influence to native South African. Don't forget the many local choices available with >>> AirBNB <<< Prices on AirBNB start at $36 USD per night

Pepperclub Hotel & Spa
Loop St & Pepper St, Cape Town, 8005, South Africa
http://www.pepperclub.co.za
2017 Rates: from R2390 to R5270 per night depending on room, standard atrium / standard city / deluxe mountain. Includes full breakfast and free tours to the waterfront and to the beaches.

The exchange rate makes travel and accomodation very affordable. A round trip tIcket from Los Angeles to Cape Town and accomodation at the fabulous >>> Pepperclub Hotel & Spa <<< is around $1700 via >>> Expedia <<<

African Pride 15 On Orange Hotel
Orange Street & Grey’s Pass, Gardens, Cape Town City Centre
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/cptoh-african-pride-15-on-orange-hotel 
2017 Rates: from R2316 to R3950 per night depending on room, standard atrium / standard city / deluxe mountain. 

Dutch Manor Antique Hotel (1km from Company’s Garden)
158 Buitengracht Street, Cape Town City Centre
http://www.dutchmanor.co.za/
2017 Rates: from R950 to R2500 per night depending on room, standard / luxury / honeymoon.

 

Ikhaya Lodge
8 Wandel Street, Dunkley Square, Cape Town Central
http://www.ikhayalodge.co.za/
R950 per person per night

 GALA DINNER (Final Location & DJ TBD)

TRANSPORTATION 
Cape Town City Centre is approximately 20km and about 20 minutes from the airport off peak.

  • Uber – an easy way to get around at a tap of a button.
  • Car – cheap rentals are available, as well as, all international car hires companies.
  • Bicycle – these can be hired. Bicycle racks are dotted throughout the city centre.
  • MyCiTi Bus (Cape Town’s rapid bus service) – airport service and in and around the city.
  • Sedan Meter Taxis – available for hire from a number of locations in and around the city.
  • City Sightseeing Bus – a hop on, hop off option that operates 365 days a year, rain or shine.

 

SHOPPING

  • Victoria & Alfred Waterfront
    The V&A Waterfront has more than 450 stores that offer a wide variety of goods. From fashion and accessories to health, homeware and audio visual equipment, there’s something for everyone.
    V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
    www.waterfront.co.za
  • Canal Walk Shopping Centre
    Canal Walk Shopping Centre is Africa's leading super regional retail mall, with more than 400 shops, restaurants and services.
    Century Blvd, Century City
    http://www.canalwalk.co.za/home.html
  • Cavendish Square
    Cavendish Square is an award winning shopping destination in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town, boasting more than 200 stores that offer exclusive local and international fashion, cinemas and a selection of premium restaurants and coffee shops.
    Dreyer Street, Claremont
    http://www.cavendish.co.za/

 

EXPLORE

  • Robben Island
    Visit the World Heritage Site where Nelson Mandela was incarcerated.
  • Table Mountain
    Table Mountain is proud to be one of the official New7Wonders of Nature, and the only one to be located in an urban area, making it highly accessible.
  • Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden
    Nature reserve with mountain views. It is a famous botanical garden nestled at the eastern foot of Table Mountain. The garden is one of nine National Botanical Gardens covering five of South Africa's six different biomes.
  • Cape of Good Hope
    The Cape of Good Hope is a rocky headland on the Atlantic coast of the Cape Peninsula.
  • Seal Island
    Seal Island is a small land mass located 5.7 kilometres off the northern beaches of False Bay, near Cape Town. The island is so named because of the great number of Cape fur seals that occupy it.
  • Township Tour
    Enjoy a visit to Langa, meet the people, make lasting memories!
  • Two Oceans Aquarium
    Magical journey, with more than 3 000 enchanting sea animals, like fish, sharks, turtles, octopi and birds, this underwater kingdom can keep everyone enthralled for hours.
  • Jolly Roger Pirate Boat 
    Adventures on the high seas await the mateys on the Jolly Roger Pirate Boat, which sets sail every day in the late morning, at lunchtime and at sunset and includes a live pirate show that will have everyone thrilled.
  • Grand West Casino
    Casino gaming tables, slots and cabaret - 24-hour entertainment complex.
  • World of Birds 
    Burgeoning bird enthusiasts’/nature photographers will go wild for World of Birds. As the largest bird park in Africa, it has over 3 000 birds and small animals, 400 different bird species and 100 walk through aviaries.

 

NIGHTLIFE

  • The Crypt Jazz Restaurant
    The live music venue that’s home to a relaxed listening and dining experience.
  • Mama Africa
    Hearty, traditional food in colourful, rustic setting with eclectic mix of bands and drummers.
  • The Fugard Theatre in District Six
    'A little bit of magic'
  • Stardust Restaurant and Dinner Theatre
    The theatrical dining experience that not only facilitates a roaring good time for patrons but has also launched some major singing talent.
  • Cape Town Comedy Club at V&A Waterfront
    Cape Town’s premier stand-up venue.

 

PUBLISHING OPPORTUNITIES 

Multiple publishing opportunities will be available to members and presenters at the conference, including our own publication the IJJS Journal. Details and the submission process will be discussed at the conference. 

 

 CANCELLATION POLICY

100% refund if request is received before April 1st; 50% refund if request is received between April 1st and May 1st; no refund after May 1st  2017.

Please contact Michael Glock with any registration or cancellation issues. Contact Stephen Farah and Marybeth Carter 2017 IAJS Conference Co-Chairs with any conference organization issues.

CONFIRMED PRESENTERS


  • Renos Papadopoulos,

    Renos Papadopoulos, PhD
    'Centre for Trauma, Asylum and Refugees'
    UK.

  • Mrs. Nomfundo Mlisa

    Nomfundo Mlisa,


    PhD, Alice, South Africa

  • Fanny Brewster,

    Fanny Brewster,

    New York C.G. Jung Foundation

    PhD, New York, USA

  • Andrew Samuels,

    Andrew Samuels,

    Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies

    London, UK

  • Roger Brooke, PhD, Pittsburgh, USA

    Roger Brooke, PhD, Pittsburgh, USA

    Duquesne University


  • Dr. Jennifer Selig

    Jennifer Selig, PhD, California ,USA

    Pacifica Graduate Institute


  • Jutta Schamp, PhD, Dominguez Hills, USA

    College Professor at California State Universities, Dominguez Hills and Northridge; Santa Monica College


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Centre for the Book
62 Queen Victoria Street
Cape Town, WC 8001
South Africa

Thursday, July 27, 2017 at 8:00 AM - Monday, July 31, 2017 at 1:00 PM (SAST)


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The IAJS exists to promote and develop Jungian and post-Jungian studies and scholarship on an international basis. It is a multi-disciplinary association dedicated to the exploration and exchange of views about all aspects of the broader cultural legacy of Jung’s work and the history of analytical psychology. The IAJS aims to aid the understanding of contemporary cultural trends and the history of psychological and cultural tendencies. To find out more, and how to join, visit www.jungstudies.net

With best wishes on behalf of the IAJS 2017 South Africa Conference Committee:

Stephen Farah and Marybeth Carter, 2017 IAJS Conference Co-Chairs and Liz Brodersen, Peter Dunlap, Michael Glock, Jean Lall, Konoyu Nakamura, and Stephani Stephens

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