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Who is Erich Neumann, the Brilliant Early Jungian Who Lived in Israel? A lecture with Nancy Furlotti

  • Friday, October 21, 2022
  • 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Zoom, Eastern Time

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Who was this friend and close collaborator of C.G. Jung, long an important figure at Eranos?  Despite their 30-year age difference, Neumann was an independent thinker who was able to challenge the elder Jung while deepening both their understandings of analytical psychology.  His history takes us from Berlin to early Palestine just before World War II.  We will look at a series of his drawings that describe his psychological struggle with this move during that tragic period in his story.

Nancy Swift Furlotti, Ph.D., is a Jungian analyst living in Aspen, CO.  She is a past president of the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles, where she trained, and a founding member and past president of the Philemon Foundation, which published Jung’s Red Book, among other volumes.  She established the Carl Jung Professorial Endowment in Analytical Psychology at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA and the Erel Shalit Carlsberg Foundation Research Fellowship in Behavioral Neuroscience at Oxford University.  Both endowments focus on understanding happiness and resolving trauma. 

Dr. Furlotti has written numerous articles and co-edited several books, including The Dream and Its Amplification with the late Erel Shalit.  She lectures internationally on Jungian topics, such as dreams, mythology, trauma, the feminine, and the environment.  A long-standing interest of hers is Mesoamerican mythology, specifically the Quiché Maya creation myth, the Popol Vuh.  Her book on this subject is forthcoming.  Her company, Recollections, LLC, edits and publishes the writings of first-generation Jungians, most recently Erich Neumann’s two-volume manuscript, The Roots of Jewish Consciousness


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