The Journal of Jungian Scholarly Studies, published annually since 2005, is an on-line open access journal that supports the development of, and scholarly interest in, Jungian theory. Because Jung's depth psychology is inherently multidisciplinary, the Journal welcomes essays that foster dialogue with our sister disciplines in the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities. These areas include but need not be limited to religion, philosophy, history, culture, myth and fairy tale, literature, art, sculpture, music, film, architecture, neurobiology, biology, physics, chemistry, the environment, gender, sexuality, race, and politics.
Each volume reflects the theme of the annual conference of the Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies, typically held in June, but contributors need not attend the conference to submit an essay for consideration.
The Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies (JSSS) is an interdisciplinary organization of scholars interested in developing, extending, and applying the theories of C. G. Jung to natural and social sciences, humanities, and the arts. The society's annual conferences foster creative dialog among scholars through the presentation of original papers, roundtable discussions, and interactive workshops.