Rebirth and Renewal - IAJS Conference 2014

Arizona State University, Mercado Campus, Phoenix, Arizona

June 27, 2014 – June 29, 2014


Carl G. Jung was indebted to the indigenous peoples he met on his travels to America, North Africa, Uganda and India for the rebirthing process that such contact with these different cultures played in the evolution of his psychological theories connected to rebirth and renewal.

Announcements

 

Final Schedule Released!

 
Great news, the program committee has completed the schedule for the
conference.

A PDF may be found by following this link
http://conference.jungianstudies.org/index.php/phoenix/phoenix/schedConf/program

and it has also been placed on the IAJS website as an embedded Google Docs,
Powerpoint Presentation

http://jungianstudies.org/phoenix-conference-schedule-finalized/

We are excited to see you all.
 
Posted: 2014-04-06
 

Final Schedule Released!

 
Great news, the program committee has completed the schedule for the conference.
 
Posted: 2014-04-06 More...
 

Abstract Submission Deadline Extended to February 15th 2014

 

The IAJS conference committee members warmly extend the abstract submission deadline to February 15th 2014.

The incoming proposals have been excellent and are richly tied to the conference theme of Rebirth & Renewal. If you have been sitting on the fence with an idea, please flesh it out and submit it. Our commitment is to produce an extraordinary conference - we want you to be a part of it.

Please follow the steps here in order to submit an abstract.

All accepted abstracts will be reviewed for possible publication in the IAJS Jourmal.

 
Posted: 2014-01-06
 
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