The Department of Psychology and The International Association for Jungian Studies present
The IAJS Triannual Conference
March 18-21, 2021 online
(rescheduled from April 2-5, 2020)
Both Duquesne University and Jungian psychology have been pioneers in the development of psychology as an indigenously human science, in the tradition known as the Geisteswissenschaften. Both are concerned primarily with questions of meaning, of evidence for descriptive and interpretative methods, self-reflection on our own foundations, and what it means to be a person, embedded in cultural history and language, embodied, gendered, and conscious.
This conference is an opportunity for these mutual influences to be explored and celebrated, and for us to spend time with others whose work we have enjoyed.
Over fifty papers will be presented and discussed.
- Andrew Samuels (Keynote)
- Fanny Brewster
- Robin Brooks
- Chris Hauke
- Lucy Huskinson
- Stanton Marlan
- Steve Myers
- Jon Mills
- Robert Romanyshyn
- Mark Saban
- Kwame Scruggs
- Robert Segal
- $135.00--IAJS members
- $45.00--Non Duquesne student
- $45--Daily Registration per day
- Duquesne faculty and students are sponsored by the university
Through the initiative of Dr. Jon Mills, as editor, Taylor and Francis has published this free book of papers promoting the conference and some of the authors presenting at this conference. With thanks to Jon Mills and to Taylor and Francis, here are the relevant links.
https://www.routledge.com/go/analytical-psychology-and-the-human-sciences-freebook?utm_source=website&utm_medium=shared_link&utm_campaign=B012040_km1_5ll_8pm_d765_iajsLink to all Routledge books on Jung and Analytical Psychology:
Link to all Routledge books on Jung and Analytical Psychology:
Please note the discount codes to use are KML20 or CDX10 to receive 20% off all titles plus free shipping. If you are a Routledge author, enter ADC21 to receive 30% off all titles plus free shipping anywhere in the world.
Contact Dr. Roger Brooke, email@example.com, for more information.
Co-sponsored by the International Association for Jungian Studies, the McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts, and the Department of Psychology at Duquesne University.