Vol. 1 (2005): Journal of Jungian Scholarly Studies 2005

It is with great pleasure that we present the inaugural volume of Jung: the eJournal of the Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies. This journal arises from the work of a group of scholars, mostly from New England, who, in 2002, initiated what has become an annual academic conference celebrating, questioning, and critiquing the research and theories of C.G. Jung and the post-Jungians (particularly important to the creation of this group is the work of Charlotte Spivak, Christine Herold, Barabara Silliman, and Glenda Andrade). The foundational focus of the conference was (and remains) the humanities and the arts, though contributions to the conference and the journal are welcomed from any field. In 2003, this group began publishing peer-reviewed, selected papers from the conference, and these are available at www.thejungiansociety.org/Conferences; this practice will continue. [Read More]

Published: 2005-06-01