Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche


Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche


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Publisher: University of California Press for The C.G. Jung Institute of San

Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche is an international quarterly published by
the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, one of the oldest institutions
dedicated to Jungian studies and analytic training. The journal was founded
in 1979 by John Beebe under the title, The San Francisco Jung Institute
Library Journal. In 2007 the title was changed to reflect its evolution from
a local journal of book and film reviews to one that attracts readers and
contributors from the academy and the arts, in addition to Jungian

The focus is on culture as reflected in art, literature, science, and world
events, in dialogue with contemporary Jungian views of the dynamic
relationship between cultural and personal aspects of the human psyche.

Content includes peer-reviewed scholarly articles, poetry, art, book and
film reviews, and obituaries.

ISSN: 1934-2039
eISSN: 1934-2047


Dyane Sherwood
C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco
2040 Gough Street
San Francisco, CA 94109-3418

Email: ds.minka@comcast.net

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Abstracts available online. Articles available in PDF format.

Current Issue: Volume 2 Number 4 Fall 2008

Date: 15 October 2008

Original posting date: 
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
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