2nd International Academic Conference

2nd International Academic Conference
of Analytical Psychology & Jungian Studies

Current Connections:
Creative Dialogues

Sponsored by

IAAP (International Association for Analytical Psychology)
IAJS (International Association for Jungian Studies)
The Department of Psychology, Texas A&M University

July 7-10, 2005

Texas A&M University
College Station, Texas U.S.A.

This academic conference aims to build on the success of the first IAAP International Academic Conference held at the Centre for Psychoanalytical Studies, University of Essex, UK in 2002. To this end, participants are asked to look for 'current connections' between existing academic disciplines, research fields and interdisciplinary areas and analytical psychology/Jungian studies in order to provoke 'creative dialogues'. Presentatioms come from the sciences, medicine, arts, humanities, social sciences as well clinical fields in order to explore the interface between analytical psychology/Jungian studies and other fields and spheres of scholarly research.

This conference recognizes emerging disciplinary and interdisciplinary areas as well as established fields of inquiry including classical Jungian, archetypal, and developmental analytical perspectives. The conference also welcomes proposals from practicing artists among many exciting areas of cultural representation that are relevant to Jungian studies.


2nd International Academic Conference
of Analytical Psychology & Jungian Studies

Conference Themes:
There will be research papers (single, joint and multi- authored), round tables, workshops, poster sessions, the creative arts (film, drama, and poetry), that explore current connections with academic disciplines or between disciplines and research fields and facilitate dialogue. Presentations cover ranges of the sciences and social sciences, the arts, and humanities. In addition to individual and group presentations, workshops, and round table discussions be featured at the conference. These sessions will be interactive panel discussions focusing on dilemmas in theory, practice and research in Analytical Psychology/Jungian Studies.

Part of the conference is devoted to work groups, and participants will explore the diversity of teaching analytical psychology in its various disciplinary locations throughout the world and generate recommendations for future development.

Presenters include:
Michael Vannoy Adams, Deidre Bair, Terence Dawson, Christian Gaillard, David Miller, Renos Papadopoulos, Robert Romanyshyn, Andrew Samuels, and Murray Stein.

Analytical Psychology and the Academy

Analytical Psychology originated in the work of the Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961). Offering a comprehensive model of the human psyche, analytical psychology includes a psychotherapeutic approach for improving mental health and facilitating maturation of the personality as well as a theoretical body of knowledge with wide applicability to social and cultural issues.

The proliferation, significance, and potential of Jungian programs in universities has attracted many comments, including the following:

'An explosion of clinical and cultural interest in Jungian ideas has resulted in university appointments in analytical psychology being made in countries such as Australia, Brazil, Japan, South Africa, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States.'
Ann Casement

'What we are dealing with is not only the future of Jung studies outside the professional clinical institutes, but also the general intellectual reputation of Jung and how he fits into a pluralist intellectual world in which his work is not awarded any special favours or status.'
Professor David Tacey

'In the last thirty years, analytical psychology has become a healthy, pluralistic discipline. It is time for it to become more consciously inter-disciplinary and to actively claim its proper place in sociocultural debate at tertiary level.'
Professor Andrew Samuels

'Analytical Psychology provides light in the dark halls of academic psychology and along with Jungian Studies offers hope for creative connections and innovative dialogue between multiple disciplines.'
Professor David Rosen


The International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP) was founded in 1955 and is the accrediting and regulatory organization for all professional analytical psychologists' groups. The main objectives of the IAAP are to advance the understanding and utility of analytical psychology world-wide, and to ensure that the highest professional, scientific, and ethical standards are maintained in the training and practice of analytical psychologists among its Member Groups. Visit www.iaap.org

The International Association for Jungian Studies (IAJS) was established in 2003 to promote and develop Jungian and post-Jungian studies and scholarships on an international basis. The IAJS is a multidisciplinary association dedicated to the exploration and exchange of views about all aspects of the broader cultural legacy of Jung's work and the history of analytical psychology. Through the development of Jungian and post-Jungian studies, the IAJS aims to aid the understanding of contemporary cultural trends and the history of psychological and cultural tendencies.

Texas A&M University, founded in 1876, is the oldest public university in Texas. It is the largest university (5200 acres) in the U.S. in area and the fourth largest in enrollment with 45,000 students. Texas A&M is one of only three Texas universities to be a member of the prestigious, American Association of Universities. Texas A&M is the only university in the U.S. ranked in the top 10 in student enrollment, enrollment of National Merit Scholars and the size of its financial endowment. The fastest growing and second largest college is the College of Liberal Arts, which is the home of the Department of Psychology and its APA accredited Ph.D. program in Clinical Psychology. It also houses the McMillan Professorship in Analytical Psychology, the Fay Lecture and Book Series in Analytical Psychology, the Steer Analytical Psychology Book Section & the McMillan Reading Area of the Sells Collection, and the Circle of Friends of Analytical Psychology at Texas A&M.

Travel: College Station is in the heart of Texas and is served by American Airlines and Skywest/Continental Express.

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*Registration fee includes Continental Breakfasts, Banquet Meals Thursday, Friday & Saturday nights. Lunches are not provided, but a list of campus & off-campus restaurants will be supplied in Registration packet.
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On-Campus Dorms & Hotels

Dorms- Single $35.00/Person/Night       Double $23.00/Person/Night

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MSC Hotel (On-Campus Hotel)

Single $55.00-$85.00       Double $55.00-$85.00

For Reservations call MSC Guest Rooms at 1-979-845-8909
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Off-Campus Hotels

The Hilton- $80.00/Night
For Reservations call: 1-800-HILTONS or visit www.hilton.com; Group Code: JUN

Holiday Inn Express- Single/Double $70.00/Night
For Reservations call: 1-800-HOLIDAY or visit www.hiexpress.com; Group Code: SCA