Jung Journal is a beautiful international quarterly publication offering feature articles, reviews, interviews, poetry, and art. Many depth psychological themes dealing with culture and contemporary life appear in the journal as they are reflected in works of art, literature, film, poetry, music, myth, science, technology, and Jungian theory and history. Readers have the opportunity to engage with thoughtful, stimulating, and at times provocative perspectives on the human experience. The articles that appear in Jung Journal invite a creative and ongoing dialogue with writers and artists whose views are wrought from attention to the depth psyche. Jung Journal welcomes unsolicited submissions of feature length articles, reviews, and poetry.
Recent issues have featured major themes such as Jung's Red Book, Jung in the 1930s, and Jung and Judaism, and articles with themes as diverse as "The Dialectic of Destruction and Creation in the German Tradition: A Jungian Perspective on Goethe, Nietzsche, Rilke, and George" by Paul Bishop and "A Jungian Alice in Social Media Land: Some Reflections on Solastalgia, Kinship Libido, and Tribes Formed on Facebook" by Sharon Heath. Sometimes scholarly, sometimes provocative, always creative, the content of Jung Journal hopes to stimulate deeper thought and reflection on psychological, philosophical, artistic, and spiritual themes.
Soon to be published the Winter 2013 issue, Volume 7, Number 1, will focus on ecology, the environment, the relationship to darkness and other, and include pieces by Jane Hollister Wheelwright, C. Doyle Hollister, Steve Galipeau, Barbara Holifield, Fanny Brewster, and Karen Naifeh, and interviews with artist, dancer, and director Jo Andres, and deep ecologist, anthropologist, professor, and writer David Abram.
Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, the quarterly of the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, is published by Routledge/Taylor and Francis.
To subscribe or submit an article please see the Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche at Taylor & Francis Online.
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