Facing Multiplicity: Psyche, Nature, Culture
Proceedings of the XVIIIth Congress of the International Association for Analytical Psychology
Edited by Pramila Bennett
240 pages in print + 1789 pages on CD with numerous color illustrations (included with book, not available separately) ISBN 978-3-85630-744-8
Jungian analysts from all over the world gathered in Montreal from August 22 to 27, 2010.
The 11 plenary presentations and the 100 break-out sessions attest to the complex dynamics and dilemmas facing the community in present-day culture.
The Pre-Congress Workshop on Movement as Active Imagination papers are also recorded.
There is a foreword by Tom Kelly with the opening address of Joe Cambray and the farewell address of Hester Solomon.
The plenary presentations are printed in this volume and a CD with all of the Congress presentations (180 altogether) and numerous illustrations can be found inside the back cover.
From the Contents:
Jacques Languirand: From Einstein’s God to the God of the Amerindians
John Hill: One Home, Many Homes: Translating Heritages of Containment
Denise Ramos: Cultural Complex and the Elaboration of Trauma from Slavery
Christian Roesler: A Revision of Jung’s Theory of Archetypes in light of Contemporary Research: Neurosciences, Genetics and Cultural Theory - A Reformulation
Margaret Wilkinson, Ruth Lanius: Working with Multiplicity. Jung, Trauma, Neurobiology and the Healing Process: a Clinical Perspective
Beverley Zabriskie: Emotion: The Essential Force in Nature, Psyche and Culture
Guy Corneau: Cancer: Facing Multiplicity within Oneself
Marta Tibaldi: Clouds in the Sky Still Allow a Glimpse of the Moon: Cancer Resilience and Creativity
Astrid Berg, Tristan Troudart, Tawiq Salman: What could be Jungian About Human Rights Work?
Bou-Yong Rhi: Like Lao Zi’s Stream of Water: Implications for Therapeutic Attitudes
Linda Carter, Jean Knox, Marcus West, Joseph McFadden: The Alchemy of Attachment: Trauma, Fragmentation and Transformation in the Analytic Relationship
Sonu Shamdasani, Nancy Furlotti, Judith Harris & John Peck: Jung after The Red Book