International Journal of Jungian Studies ( IJJS) bridges the professional, clinical, and academic worlds of Jungian Studies for an international audience.
It brings Jungian theory and practice into dialogue and debate with a wide variety of academic areas of study, and therapeutic concerns. Academic areas include but are not limited to, philosophy, political thought, literature, linguistics, religious studies, education, sociology, business studies, history, film and media, fine art and art history and neuroscience. As a multidisciplinary forum, it is dedicated to the exploration and exchange of views about the broader cultural legacy of Jung’s work and the history of analytical psychology.
The IJJS publishes peer-reviewed, cutting-edge original articles of high academic quality. The journal is committed to embracing the diversity of Jungian thought and welcomes articles reporting research on:
analytical psychology themes from academic, clinical, symbolic, cultural and inter-cultural perspectives
comparative Jungian research in relation to other psychoanalytic and psychotherapeutic themes
the interface between Jungian studies and other academic disciplines
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Editors-in-Chief Lucy Huskinson -
Bangor University, UK Luke Hockley -
University of Bedfordshire, UK
Associate Editors Toby Reynolds, Independent Scholar
Marcus Quintaes -
Independent Scholar, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Book Review Editor Catriona Miller -
Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland
Film Review Editor Andrew McWhirter -
Graphics Editor Sasha Rosen -
Analyst and Independent Scholar, UK
Editorial Board Henry Abramovitch -
Tel Aviv University, Israel Paul Bishop -
University of Glasgow, Scotland Roger Brooke -
Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA Nancy Cater -
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA Stefano Carta -
University of Cagliari, Italy Leslie Gardner -
International Development Editor and Independent Scholar, London, UK George Hogenson -
Analyst and Independent Scholar, Chicago, USA Toshio Kawai -
Kyoto University, Japan Kathryn Madden -
New York, USA Renos Papadopoulos -
Founding & Consulting Editor, University of Essex, UK Sally Porterfield -
Independent Scholar, Boston, USA Denise Ramos -
Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Sao Paolo, Brazil Robert Romanynshyn -
Pacifica Graduate Institute, Carpinteria, California, USA David Rosen -
Texas A&M University, USA Susan Rowland -
University of Greenwich, London, UK Andrew Samuels -
University of Essex, UK Robert Segal -
University of Aberdeen, Scotland
Formed in 2002, the IAJS is a multidisciplinary international association dedicated to the scholarly exchange of views about all aspects of the broader cultural legacy of C.G. Jung’s work and the history of analytical psychology. IAJS aims to understand contemporary and historical cultural trends and promotes:
Scholarship relating analytical psychology to the arts and humanities, social sciences and philosophy, as well as clinical, methodological, and theoretical research;
The application of the concepts of Jungian and post-Jungian analytical psychology to literature, theatre, film, media, and religious studies;
Applications in medicine, physics, and the philosophy and history of science; and
Practice-based and applied research in education, anthropology, therapy, and the behavioral, semiotic, and human sciences.
Membership is open to those from any discipline, artistic, or cultural practice, including analysts and psychotherapists, with an interest in Jungian depth psychology and post-Jungian studies at a scholarly level. Membership privileges include access to ‘member only’ areas on the website, stimulating online discussions, regular in-depth topics disseminated through online seminars, international conferences, and publishing opportunities.
IAJS is committed to the ideals of academic freedom and equal opportunity. Through the journal of IAJS—International Journal for Jungian Studies (IJJS)—members and non-members have an opportunity to publish their scholarly research relating to interdisciplinary Jungian studies through the blind peer review process. We welcome your contribution!