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Spring 92


500 pages, ISBN 978-1-935528-69-2

Editor-in-Chief: Nancy Cater & Guest Editor: Riccardo Bernardini

More than eighty years have passed since the founding of Eranos by Fröbe-Kapteyn in 1933 in Ascona, Switzerland. The Eranos Conferences, a pioneering endeavor of interdisciplinary presentations and dialogues, have been properly recognized as “one of the most creative cultural experiences in the modern Western world” and “one of the richest centers of i ...

Spring Journal

Spring 91

Women's Voices

298 pages, ISBN 978-1-935528-66-1

Nancy Cater & Patricia Reis, Co-Editors

This volume was inspired by When Women Were Birds: Fifty-four Variations on Voice by American writer, naturalist, and environmental activist Terry Tempest Williams. We are honored that Terry Tempest Williams agreed to be interviewed in this issue. The interview with guest co-editor Patricia Reis opens this issue and sets the tone for the articles that follow.

In W ...

Spring Journal

Spring 90 - 2013

Jung and India

418 pages, ISBN 978-1-935528-60-9

Carl Jung's interest in India, and specifically in Hinduism and Buddhism, will be obvious to anyone who has even superficially read his work. Nevertheless, its significance is often ignored or minimized. This issue of Spring aims to show just how extensive and fraught Jung's ties to India were and to present attempts from a number of directions to plumb the meaning of the relationship and, in the spirit of ac ...

Spring Journal

Spring 89 - 2013

Buddhism and Depth Psychology: Refining the Encounter

216 pages, ISBN 978-1-935528-44-9

This volume introduces a new level of discourse between two contemplative practices—Buddhism and psychoanalysis—that are still coming to know one another and whose cross-fertilization promises a new paradigm of human healing. Spring Journal presents an extraordinary collection of papers that allows us to examine the realms of human suffering, subjective experience, wisdo ...

Spring Journal

Spring 88 - 2012

Environmental Disasters and Collective Trauma

357 pages, ISBN 9781935528425

This issue explores the intimate connections between environmental disasters and collective trauma. It is becoming increasingly obvious that our relationship with nature has changed. While our ability to predict natural events has increased, our collective illusions of control are being eroded by global communications that confront us with detailed information and images of the damag ...

Spring Journal

Spring 87 - 2012

Native American Cultures and the Western Psyche: A Bridge Between

268 pages, ISBN 978-1-935528-39-5

C.G. Jung and Lakota Sioux scholar Vine Deloria, Jr. recognized that Jungian psychology could serve as a bridge between Native American cultures and the Western psyche. To further this bridge-building, Spring Journal has invited Native American psychologists, scholars, and cultural commentators to share their insights upon the connections and disconn ...

Spring Journal

Spring 86 - 2011

Unwrapping Swiss Culture

268 pages, ISBN 978-1-935528-20-3

What slumbers in the soul of Switzerland, the home of C.G. Jung? The contributors to this issue draw on legend, history, and recent events to illuminate Switzerland's mystical-magical roots, examine its archetypes and cultural complexes, and venture into the unconscious underlying the contemporary Swiss self-image. ...

Spring Journal

Spring 85 - 2011

On Home and the Wanderer

368 pages, ISBN 978-1-935528-14-2

This volume contains cultural, personal, literary, and clinical reflections on the many themes that arise in considering the notions of "home" and "the wanderer": earth as home, body as home, language as home, home and identity, home and place, the longing for home, loss of home, homelessness, the longing to return home, immigration, home and the nomadic tradition, the wandering complex, home ...

Spring Journal

Spring 84 - 2010

God Must Not Die! (Or Must He?): Jung and Christianity

405 pages, ISBN 978-1-935528-08-1

C.G. Jung's psychology of individuation and self is rooted in his interpretation of Christianity. This issue, guest-edited by Greg Mogenson, contains a new article by Wolfgang Giegerich entitled "God Must Not Die! C.G. Jung's Analysis of the One-Sidedness of Christianity," followed by several in-depth reactions to it. Topics addressed include the telos of Christi ...

Spring Journal

Spring 83 - 2010

Minding the Animal Psyche

448 pages, ISBN 978-1-935528-07-4

In the past, depth psychology has largely confined its reflections upon animals to human dreams and encounters. In Minding the Animal Psyche, Spring seeks to greatly broaden this inquiry, turning the psychological eye from its inward gaze to honor and explore the psyches of our animal kin and the mutual interrelationships that exist between species. As our global society moves from anthropocentri ...

Spring Journal

Spring 82 - 2009

Symbolic Life

227 pages, ISBN 978-1-22670-60-4

This issue of Spring celebrates the 70th anniversary of Jung's 1939 lecture on “The Symbolic Life” to the Guild of Pastoral Psychology in London and considers if and how Jung’s path into living a symbolic life is still viable today.

Murray Stein, the President of the International School of Analytical Psychology in Zurich (ISAPZURICH) serves as the guest editor of this volume, and the contributors are all ana ...

Spring Journal

Spring 81 - 2009

The Psychology of Violence

350 pages, ISBN 978-1-882670-64-2

This issue considers various types of violence (terrorism, war, intrapsychic violence, violence within families, imaginal violence, violence in literature) from the perspective of depth psychology and offers insights on addressing their effects. Some of the many questions explored include:

What psychological dynamics underlie terrorism and war?
What Greek myths help us understand intrapsych ...

Spring Journal

Spring 80 - 2008

Technology, Cyberspace & Psyche

309 pages, ISBN 978-1-882670-56-7

This issue of Spring is dedicated to an exploration of life in the Information Age. Combining Jungian and Archetypal perspectives with the views of artificial intelligence and internet pioneers, the volume penetrates the array of present and future innovations in search of their psychological implications. Connected or disconnected? Essays by Robert Romanyshyn, Mikita Brottman, Glen Mazis an ...

Spring Journal

Spring 79 - 2008

Irish Culture & Depth Psychology

296 pages, ISBN 1-882670-53-1 / 978-1-882670-53-6

The latest issue of Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture, Vol. 79, focuses on the theme of Irish Culture & Depth Psychology. It includes an interview with Thomas Moore about Ireland and an excerpt from the work of Irish writer John Moriarty; articles about contemporary Irish poets Eavan Boland and Seamus Heaney as well as articles about James Joyce, W.B. Yeats, Samuel Beck ...

Spring Journal


Spring 78 - 2007

Politics & The American Soul

280 pages, ISBN 1-882670-80-9 / 978-1-882670-80-2, Spring Journal

The latest issue of Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture, Vol. 78, focuses on the theme of Politics and the American Soul. It contains a wide-ranging collection of articles by Jungian analysts, scholars, and cultural commentators on topics including the archetypal underpinnings of politics, fundamentalism and politics, the politics of war, terrorism, imm ...

Spring Journal


Spring 77 - 2007

Philosophy and Psychology

275 pages, ISBN 1-882670-69-8 / 978-1-882670-69-7, Spring Journal

This issue explores the interconnections between psychology and philosophy with articles by Wolfgang Giegerich, Greg Mogenson, Stanton Marlan, Noel Cobb and many more. ...

Spring Journal


Spring 76 - 2006

Psyche & Nature II

343 pages, ISBN 1-882670-67-1 / 978-1-882670-67-3

Spring Journal heeds the growing call to explore the dimension of depth in our interactions with the environment: the locales we occupy, their features and weather, our fellow creatures (some now imperiled by failing habitats), and Anima Mundi's reaction to our doings upon the surface of the world. Because of the importance of this topic, we are issuing two Psyche and Nature issues ...

Spring Journal


Spring 75 - 2006

Psyche & Nature 1

351 pages, ISBN 1-882670-66-3 / 978-1-882670-66-6

Spring Journal heeds the growing call to explore the dimension of depth in our interactions with the environment: the locales we occupy, their features and weather, our fellow creatures (some now imperiled by failing habitats), and Anima Mundi's reaction to our doings upon the surface of the world. Because of the importance of this topic, we are issuing two Psyche and Nature issues tog ...

Spring Journal


Spring 74 - 2006


354 pages, ISBN 1-882670-36-1 / 978-1-882670-36-9, Spring Journal

Spring 74

ALCHEMY is the newest journal issue published by Spring Journal. The ALCHEMY issue focuses upon alchemy and depth psychology and contains an interview with Thomas Moore, articles based upon new works-in-progress about alchemy by leading scholars and Jungian analysts, as well as book reviews and film reviews. Con ...

Spring Journal


Spring 73 - 2005

Cinema & Psyche

280 pages, ISBN 1-882670-30-2 / 978-1-882670-30-7, Spring Journal

Archetypal Perspective and American Film by Glen Slater

The Eye at the Heart of the World by John Beebe

Why Should We Take Jungian Film Studies Seriously? by Don Fredericksen

Cinema as Illusion and Reality by Luke Hockley

Archetypes, Coherence, and the Cinema by Michael Conforti

Cin-Imago ...

Spring Journal


Spring 72 - 2005

Body and Soul, honoring Marion Woodman

351 pages, ISBN 1-882670-29-9 / 978-1-882670-29-1, Spring Journal

Comprehensive, special issue honoring Marion Woodman and containing articles by Marion Woodman, Ross Woodman, Steve Aizenstat, Donald Kalsched, Joan Chodorow, Anita Greene, Ernest Rossi, Robin von Loegen sels and many others. ...

Spring Journal


Spring 71 - 2004


248 pages, ISBN 1-882670-27-2 / 978-1-882670-27-7, Spring Journal

’Looking Back at Orpheus’, Christine Downing; ’The Afterlife of the Image’, Greg Mogenson; ’Orpheus, Dionysos and Popular Culture’, Christopher Hauke; ’Facing Finitude: Philosophical’, Linda Schierse Leonard; and many others


Spring Journal


Spring 70 - 2004


242 pages, ISBN 1-882671-99-6 / 978-1-882671-99-1, Spring Journal

’The Muse and Aging’ Linda Schierse Leonard; ’Emily Dickinson and the Daimon Lover’ Marion Woodman; ’Mnemosyne’s Well of Remembrance’ Patricia Reis; ’Tending the Muse of Poetry’ Dennis Patrick Slattery; and many others ...

Spring Journal


Spring 69 - 2002


211 pages, ISBN 1-882670-26-4 / 978-1-882670-26-0, Spring Journal

’Teaching with Style’ Ben Sells; ’The Holy Grail of Sexuality’ Paul Bishop; ’Shadow Dancing’ Stephen Karcher; ’Guicksilver, Sulfur, and the Work of the World’ Tom Cheetham; ’The Shadow and the Caged Bird’Ann McCoy; and many others ...

Spring Journal


Spring 68 - 2001

Jungian Fundamentalism

176 pages, ISBN 1-882670-25-6 / 978-1-882670-25-3, Spring Journal

Provides a psychological and historical overview of fundamentalism in America with essays by Ben Sells, James Hall, William Doty,Tom Cheetham and others.


Spring Journal


Spring 67 - 2000


164 pages, ISBN 1-882670-21-3 / 978-1-882670-21-5, Spring Journal

Is narcissism simply a confusion of the myth and image with a complex of egotistical subjectivity? Or is there a deeper philosophical problem in narcissism connected to a way of being viewed with contempt by intellectuals? ...

Spring Journal


Spring 66 - 1999


176 pages, ISBN 1-882670-15-9 / 978-1-882670-15-4, Spring Journal

Divinations focuses on the two most used forms of the occult today astrology and the I Ching. Includes an historical retrospective by Monika Relph-Wikman on Jung’s astrologer-daughter, Gret Baumann-Jung.

Spring Journal


Spring 65 - 1999

Lost Souls

178 pages, ISBN 1-882670-17-5 / 978-1-882670-17-8, Spring Journal

To find out if you are a lost soul, put a check in front of the following: I’m an alcoholic, I’m obese, I’m a drug addict, I’m oppressed by memories of Vietnam or other wars, I’m homeless, I’m the Other (well, you get the idea). Authors: James Hillman, John E. Burns, Ron Schneebaum, Colette Kavanaugh, James Bennett, Ann C. Smith, Sheila Grimaldi-Craig. ...

Spring Journal


Spring 64 - 1998


176 pages, ISBN 1-882670-14-0 / 978-1-882670-14-7, Spring Journal

Spring 64 ventures into the murky waters of memory and the past origins of two of the major movements of depth psychology of our time, those of Jung and Freud. Authors: Wolfgang Giegerich, Thomas J. Martinez and Eugene Taylor, Janis and Robert Henderson, Bianca Garufi, Sonu Shamdasani, Jay Sherry. ...

Spring Journal


Spring 63 - 1998

Mom and the Kids

166 pages, ISBN 1-882670-13-2 / 978-1-882670-13-0, Spring Journal

The most outrageous challenge that mom and the kids have had to face since Soupy Sales or Pee Wee Herman were on television. Authors: Cathy Henschel-McGerry, James Hillman, Lotte Stein, Richard Olivier, Greg Mogenson, H.G. Baynes, Milka Ventura, Colette Kavanagh, Francesco Donfrancesco. ...

Spring Journal


Spring 62 - 1997

American Soul

147 pages, ISBN 1-882670-11-6 / 978-1-882670-11-6, Spring Journal

Articles by James Hillman, Gary Hart, C. L. Sebrell and Edward Tick

Appropriately American Soul is about as Hillmanic a subject as you can get. Soul is a word that entered American in a new way around 1975, thanks largely to the influence of Hillman’s ground breaking book, Re-visioning Psychology (and before that in Suicide and the Soul). ...

Spring Journal


Spring 61 - 1997

Haiti, or the Psychology of Black

156 pages, ISBN 1-882670-10-8 / 978-1-882670-10-9, Spring Journal

Articles by James Hillman, Henry Hogarth, Judith Bertois, and Michael Ortiz Hill

Haiti, or the Psychology of Black, ventures into the heart of darkness itself, to the most polytheistic (yet Catholic) place on earth today. Haiti, for a look at psychological territory that no Jungians ever dared to set foot in before (with the exception of ...

Spring Journal


Spring 60 - 1996


142 pages, ISBN 1-882670-09-4 / 978-1-882670-09-3, Spring Journal

Articles by James Hillman, Ginette Paris, Nor Hall and Rachel Pollack

Think you can just invite the gods into your marriage (or, for that matter leave them out?) and everything will be okay? You’re asking for trouble, the kind that will show up the moment you start wondering about your loss of freedom or whining about what ever happened to intimacy. But wha ...

Spring Journal


Spring 59 - 1996

Opening the Dreamway: In the Psyche of Robert Duncan

170 pages, ISBN 1-882670-07-8 / 978-1-882670-07-9, Spring Journal

Articles by James Hillman, Ginette Paris and Charles Boer

When San Francisco’s most elegant poet, the late Robert Duncan (1919-1988), met with East Coast Jungians in a series of sensational evenings in Buffalo, New York, he transformed forever the way psychologists could talk about poetry, dreams, imagination ...

Spring Journal


Spring 58 - 1995


176 pages, ISBN 1-882670-06-X / 978-1-882670-06-2, Spring Journal

Articles by James Hillman, David Hart, and Paul Kugler

Imagine the cruelest moments in your life. Your heart is broken, your faith is lost, and you want your money back. Disillusionment is a bummer, but it is often the first step into a deeper relationship, a new direction, a richer life. In this issue, people from widely different backgrounds — ...

Spring Journal


Spring 56 - 1994


176 pages, ISBN 1-882670-04-3 / 978-1-882670-04-8, Spring Journal

Articles by James Hillman, David Miller, Ronald Schenk, and Paul Bishop

James Hillman moves "Once More into the Fray" to take on the person he saysis doing "the most important Jungian thought now going on." David L. Millerlooks at the popularity of Joseph Campbell and why it is hated in universities today.Ronald Schenk examines Jung’s confl ...

Spring Journal


Spring 55 - 1994

The Issue from Hell

174 pages, ISBN 1-882670-02-7 / 978-1-882670-02-4, Spring Journal

Articles by Greg Mogenson, Clair Douglas, Noah Pikes, and Michael Perlman

Hell hasn’t gone away — its archetypal image is as powerful as ever: Greg Mogensonon the "Children of Hell, Noah Pikes on the sounds of hell in every human voice,Michael Perlman on "Trees of Pain and Death," plus Max Nordau, the I Ching, theSoul and Mathem ...

Spring Journal


Spring 53 - 1993

Pagans, Christians, Jews

157 pages, ISBN 1-882670-00-0 / 978-1-882670-00-0, Spring Journal

Articles by James Hillman, Richard Noll, Stephen Karcher, John Haule, et al.

Most psychologists today wish that religions would just go away (and most religionsfeel the same way about psychology). Spring 53 takes up the cudgels for the latestin archetypal psychology and its unusual religious dimensions. James Hillman on "HowJewish i ...

Spring Journal


Spring 52 - 1992

150 pages, ISBN 0-88214-028-0 / 978-0-88214-028-5, Spring Journal

Maeser Lemieux on the rebirth of the Goddess archetype, Caldwell on the Christianity which informs all the writing of C.S. Lewis, Moore on the theology of disease, Butler on x-rating Children’s Literature, Perry on Dominant/Submissive priests, Guggenbühl-Craig on American politics, Hillman on the pieties of recovery. ...

Spring Journal


Spring 1978

12 articles, 205 pages, ISBN 0-88214-013-2 / 978-0-88214-013-1, Spring Journal

Anthony Nugent: Quicksilver in Twilight; William McGuire: Jung in America; Mary Ann Mattoon: Politics and Individuation; Patricia Berry: Defense and Telos in Dreams; Tom Moore: Musical Therapy; H.-J. Wilke: On Depressive Delusion; etc. ...

Spring Journal


Spring 1975

12 articles, 220 pages, ISBN 0-88214-010-8 / 978-0-88214-010-0, Spring Journal

C.G. Jung: Psychological Commentary of Kundalini Yoga; Gret Baumann-Jung: Some Reflections on the Horoscope of C.G. Jung; H.G. Wells: C.G. Jung; John Hill: Individuation and the Association Experiment; Patricia Berry: The Rape of Demeter / Persephone and Neurosis; Naomi R. Goldenberg: Archetypal Theory after Jung; etc. ...

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