3rd - 5th July 2008
IAAP-IAJS Joint Conference in Zurich (July 2008)
Contemporary Symbols of Personal, Cultural, and National Identity : Historical and Psychological Perspectives
THE THIRD MULTIDISCIPLINARY ACADEMIC CONFERENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR ANALYTICAL PSYCHOLOGY (IAAP)
THE SECOND JOINT CONFERENCE WITH THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR JUNGIAN STUDIES (IAJS)
CO-SPONSORED BY THE ETH ZURICH
We are pleased to invite you to participate at this international and interdisciplinary conference in Zurich, Switzerland in July 2008.
The conference takes place at ETH Zurich, where C.G. Jung was professor and where the Jung Archives are housed. Famous for its mathematicians and physicists (Einstein, Pauli), ETH Zurich is today one of the premier scientific institutions of the world. It is located next door to the University of Zurich on a hill overlooking the old city of Zurich and surrounded by a vibrant neighborhood of bookshops, restaurants, and small hotels. The ETH is in easy walking distance to downtown Zurich. There will be a banquet Friday night in the Zunfthaus zur Meisen, a historic building on the Limmat River.
JULY 2, 2008
PRE-CONFERENCE EVENTS IN THE AFTERNOON / EVENING
JULY 3-5, 2008
THE CONFERENCE THURSDAY MORNING THROUGH SATURDAY AFTERNOON
This conference aims to explore the many and diverse ways through which scholarship and practice in analytical psychology and Jungian studies can contribute to today's urgent debates about the role and impact of myths, symbols and powerful narratives in culture, national identity, and politics as well as personal life.
(Chair), Allan Guggenbühl, , Marianne Müller,
(Chair), Murray Stein
(Co-Chair), Kristine Connidis, Angela Connolly, Raya Jones, Marianne Müller, Susan Rowland (Co-Chair), Murray Stein