This year Jung Studies Reading Seminar - Classics in Jungian Literature is full.
If you are interested in joining this group next year, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fall/Spring 2017-18 semesters, Jungian analysts will be teaching celebrated works by Erich Neumann on the new ethic, James Hillman, Marie-Louise von Franz, Emma Jung, Edward Edinger, and Marian Woodman. Participation is open to anyone, regardless of background, who wishes to learn the theory and practice of depth psychology from some of its great teachers.
The seminar meets one Saturday per month from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with one and a half hour for lunch during the months September through December and February through May. The participant is obliged only to read the texts and come prepared for discussion conducted by the analyst. At the end of the year, a certificate of completion will be conferred.
From time to time in each of our lives, we face truculent choices, the consequences dire no matter what we choose. How may we discern what is right for us, and how may we face their consequences? Sophocles’s 2500 year old drama brings us back to the conundrums of choice and consequence each of us faces in our quite different journeys.
For admission to the lecture, purchase a ticket for the evening performance of Antigone on Saturday, October 7 at 7:30 p.m. in The Clarice's Kay Theatre. Please use the special discount code created for Jung Society attendees - 18JUNG - to receive $5 off the regular ticket price. Isn't it wonderful that UMD took care of it!
Please notice that the lecture will begin at 6:30 p.m. and will take place in the Gildenhorn Recital Hall at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center.
James Hollis Ph. D., is a Zurich-trained Jungian analyst He has been co-founder of the Philadelphia Jung Institute, and its first Director of Training, a Vice President emeritus of the Philemon Foundation dedicated to publishing the unpublished works of Jung, the founder and first Director of Jungian Studies for Saybrook University, and Director emeritus of the Houston, Texas Jung Educational Center. He has published fourteen books and over fifty articles and has mentored Jung societies on four continents for nearly forty years. He is a Jungian analyst in private practice in Washington, D.C., and the Executive Director of the Jung Society of Washington (jung.org).
Translated by Brendan Kennelly
Directed by Lisa Nathans
Antigone, a young woman, speaks truth to power, firmly convinced that she is right in following her moral imperative. Her King, Creon, is firmly convinced of the opposite – his law should be obeyed. This elemental ancient play about primordial human themes – honor, loyalty, love, betrayal and conviction – resonates as sharply and as damningly today as it did when it was written 2,500 years ago. This production will focus on the paradox of who is right versus who is wrong... Antigone or Creon? With the help of a modern Greek chorus, audiences will come to their own conclusions
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Jung Society Team