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Cultures and identities in transition : Jungian perspectives

By: Stein, Murray, ed
Contributor(s): Jones, Raya A., ed
Material type: TextTextLondon/New York Routledge c2010Description: xi, 230p.; bibliog. notes; bibliog. refs.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 9780415549646Subject(s): Jungian psychology | Identity (Psychology) | Group identity | Postmodernism | Moby Dick | Creative ability | National Socialism | Archetype (Psychology) | Healers | Identity (Psychology) | Scapegoat--Psychological aspects | Gnosticism | White, Victor (1902-1960)
Contents:
1 "Something wrong with the world': towards an analysis of collective paranoia - Warren Colman. 2 The emergence of Moby Dick in the dreams of a five-year-old boy - Steven Herrmann. 3 "Wotan"--a political myth of the German collective unconscious: three debates of shadow aspects of the collective identities of Germans and Jews in the Germany of National Socialism - Gunter Langwieler. 4 'Bubbe Mayseh' (the archetype of grandparents), or: Me and my grandparents--stories and history - Joanne Wieland-Burston. 5 Archetypal patterns in postmodern identity construction: a cultural approach - Christian Roesler. 6 Creativity and art as part of the elaboration of trauma brought on by slavery - Denise Gimenez Ramos. 7 Traditional Coastal Sami healers in transition - Barbara Helen Miller. 8 Daughters of the devil: feminine subjectivity and the female vampire -Angela Connolly. 9 Jung's art - Christian Gaillard. 10 Jung: rebuilding the temple - David Tacey. 11 In the end it all comes to nothing: the basis of identity in non-identity - John Dourley. 12 Social (collective) unconsciousness and mythic scapegoating: C.G. Jung and Rene Girard - Paul Bishop. 13 The changing images of God; an anticipatory appraisal of the Jung/White encounter - John Hill. 14 Jung and White on Gnosticism - Robert A. Segal. 15 Types of Thomists: Victor White's use of Aquinas as exemplar of a dialectical synthesis - Clodagh Weldon. 16 Bridge, amalgam, paper clip: a brief typology - Ann C. Lammers. 17 Reflections on the word 'Jungian' - Thomas Kirsch. 18 Jungian psychology in Japan: between mythological world and contemporary consciousness - Toshio Kawai. 19 Arguments in favour of a Jungian hermeneutic of suspicion - Don Fredericksen
Abstract: '...returns to the roots of analytical psychology, offering a thematic approach which looks at personal and cultural identities in relation to Jung's own identity and the identities of contemporary Jungians.'
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Based on papers given at the joint IAAP and IAJS conference held in Zurich in 2008.

1 "Something wrong with the world': towards an analysis of collective paranoia - Warren Colman. 2 The emergence of Moby Dick in the dreams of a five-year-old boy - Steven Herrmann. 3 "Wotan"--a political myth of the German collective unconscious: three debates of shadow aspects of the collective identities of Germans and Jews in the Germany of National Socialism - Gunter Langwieler. 4 'Bubbe Mayseh' (the archetype of grandparents), or: Me and my grandparents--stories and history - Joanne Wieland-Burston. 5 Archetypal patterns in postmodern identity construction: a cultural approach - Christian Roesler. 6 Creativity and art as part of the elaboration of trauma brought on by slavery - Denise Gimenez Ramos. 7 Traditional Coastal Sami healers in transition - Barbara Helen Miller. 8 Daughters of the devil: feminine subjectivity and the female vampire -Angela Connolly. 9 Jung's art - Christian Gaillard. 10 Jung: rebuilding the temple - David Tacey. 11 In the end it all comes to nothing: the basis of identity in non-identity - John Dourley. 12 Social (collective) unconsciousness and mythic scapegoating: C.G. Jung and Rene Girard - Paul Bishop. 13 The changing images of God; an anticipatory appraisal of the Jung/White encounter - John Hill. 14 Jung and White on Gnosticism - Robert A. Segal. 15 Types of Thomists: Victor White's use of Aquinas as exemplar of a dialectical synthesis - Clodagh Weldon. 16 Bridge, amalgam, paper clip: a brief typology - Ann C. Lammers. 17 Reflections on the word 'Jungian' - Thomas Kirsch. 18 Jungian psychology in Japan: between mythological world and contemporary consciousness - Toshio Kawai. 19 Arguments in favour of a Jungian hermeneutic of suspicion - Don Fredericksen

'...returns to the roots of analytical psychology, offering a thematic approach which looks at personal and cultural identities in relation to Jung's own identity and the identities of contemporary Jungians.'

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