European Jung History Conference
Despite the continued popularity of Jung’s work – whose sales significantly exceed those of Freud’s – and the presence of analytical psychology in the psychotherapeutic world, serious historical study has lagged behind that of comparable figures. This situation has significantly changed in recent years, with a new generation of scholars undertaking historical research on Jung and the history of analytical psychology in Europe at doctoral and post-doctoral levels, principally at UCL and at the University of Strasbourg. This one day conference foregrounds the work of this new generation of scholars, in dialogue with leading figures in Freud and Jung history.
Jointly organised by the UCL Health Humanities Centre / Institute of Advanced Studies and the Maison interuniversitaire des Sciences de l'Homme, University of Strasbourg.
11.00-11.15 Introductions, Professor Sonu Shamdasani (UCL), Professor Christine Maillard (University of Strasbourg)
11.15-12.15 Chair: Professor Christine Maillard
Rodrigo Vivas Pinto (UCL): “Jung and the Comparative Method.”
Florent Serina (University of Lausanne): “A Necessary Preterition? Claude Lévi-Strauss’ Ambiguity Towards Analytical Psychology”
12.15-1: 15 Chair: Dr. Ernst Falzeder (UCL)
Alessio De Fiori: “The Influence of Classical German Philosophy on the Elaboration of Jung’s psychology.”
Vicente de Moura (UCL): “Two Sisters, two Cases of Jung.”
2.45-4.45 Chair: Professor Sonu Shamdasani
Dr. Gaia Domenici (UCL): “‘Only after the Darkest Night will it be Day.’ Jung's Liber Novus and his Confrontation with Nietzsche.”
Quentin Schaller (University of Strasbourg): "Discourse of Madness, Discourse about Madness in German Language Literature around 1900: The Example of Jung’s Red Book.”
Armelle Line Peltier (University of Strasbourg): “The Construction of Knowledge in Jung’s Work through the Analysis of The Red Book.”
Tommaso Priviero (UCL) “Ad Portas Inferi:An Orientation Towards Dante in Jung’s Liber Novus.”
5.15-6.15 Chair: Dr. Martin Liebscher (UCL)
Christopher Wagner (University of Cambridge): “Mysterium Coniunctionis: Tracking Jung’s ‘Alchemy’ of the Self.’”
Dr. Matei Iagher (UCL): “Jung's Place in the History of Religious Psychology.”
Registered Students (bring proof of ID): £30
UCL staff/students (register with UCL email): free
Supported by UCL’s Global Engagement Office.
Photo: Jung’s Library © Sonu Shamdasani.