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SPRING JOURNAL
AN ANNUAL OF ARCHETYPAL PSYCHOLOGY AND JUNGIAN THOUGHT
(1941–1988)
A JOURNAL OF ARCHETYPE AND CULTURE
(1988–2015)
COMPLETE INDEX OF PUBLISHED ARTICLES
(1941–2015)
(Please do not contact us for copies of articles)
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ABEL, Assia
“Some Aspects of the Cultural Significance of Depth Psychology”
1951: 78–97
ABENHEIMER, Karl M.
“Lou Andreas-Salome's Main Contributions to Psycho-Analysis”
1971: 22–37
ADAMS, Michael Vannoy
“The Benzene Uroboros:
Plastic and Catastrophe in Gravity's Rainbow

1981: 149–61
“The New Age:
An Interview with Kathleen Raine”

1982: 113–32
“Policing the Unconscious:
Law and Order in the Psyche”

56 (1994): 65–77
“Flowers and Fungi:
Archetypal Semiotics and Visual Metaphor”

59 (1996): 131–56
“Desegregating the White Ego:
Racism and the Ethics of White Civilization”

62 (1997): 87–103
“Obama and Icarus:
Political Heroism, ‘Newspaper Mythology,’ and the Economic Crisis of 2008”

81 (2009): 291–318
ADLER, Gerhard
“Consciousness and Cure”
1946: 33–4
“Notes Regarding the Dynamics of the Self”
1951: 98–111
“Erich Neumann: 1905–1960”
1961: 4–8
“The Memoirs of C. G. Jung:
A Review”

1964:139–46
“Methods of Treatment in Analytical Psychology”
1968: 8–45
ADLER, Janet
“From Seeing to Knowing”
72 (2005): 251–65
ADORISIO, Antonella
“Bellezza Orsini and Creativity:
Images of Body and Soul from a Sixteenth-Century Prison”

72 (2005): 281–97
AIZENSTAT, Stephen
“In Appreciation of Marion”
72 (2005): 87–96
“Tending the Dream Is Tending the World”
76 (2006): 59–71
“Eranos as Dream”
92 (2015): 125–41
ALLENBY, A. I.
“Angels as Archetype and Symbol”
1963: 46–53
ALSHULER, Lawrence R.
“Fanaticism:
A Psychopolitical Analysis”

81 (2009): 59–83
AMMANN, Emile
“Driving Miss Edith”
52 (1992): 1–19
AMMANN, Peter
“Fellini’s Sacyricon:
Reflections on Crisis and Development in the Life of an Artist”

1971: 186–92
ANSLOW, James Alan
“Archetypes Assemble:
How Super-Hero Teams Save the World from the Apocalypse
and Lead the Way to Individuation—Marvel’s The Avengers

88 (2012): 233–46
APPLETON, Michael, et al.
“Facing the Enemy”
81 (2009): 201–23
ARMSTRONG, Polly
“The Dichotomy of M. Esther Harding”
88 (2012): 343–57
ASHER, Charles
“The Communitarian Self As (God) Ultimate Reality”
54 (1993): 71–99
AUMULLER, Anneliese
“Jungian Psychology in Wartime Germany”
1950: 12–22
AXEL CAPRILES, M.
“In Memoriam:
Rafael López-Pedraza (1920–2011)”

85 (2011): i–iv
 
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BABEJOVÁ, Eleonóra
“And the River Swelled with Horses”
82 (2009): 131–51
BACH, H. J.
“C. G. Jung’s Aion
1953: 11–21
BACHELARD, Gaston
“The Charon Complex, the Ophelia Complex”
1982: 171–93
BAERG Hall, Elisabeth
“Bi-Directional Healing:
The Biology of the Psyche Soma Dance in the Work of Marion Woodman”

72 (2005): 299–311
BAKER, Lillian E.
“One Aspect of the Movement within Germany”
1941: 122–26
BANCROFT, Henrietta
“Bailey Island:
The Contribution of a Place to Analytical Psychology”

1983: 191–97
BARATOFF, Nathalie
“The Golden Fish”
82 (2009): 67–80
BARCELLOS, Gustavo
“Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars:
An Archetypal Approach to Bossa Nova

69 (2002): 157–67
BARING, Anne
“America:
Redeemer or Destroyer of the Higher Dream?”

78 (2007): 31–49
BARRETO, Marco Helleno
“God, Man, and Evil in Jung’s Thought:
Complementary Remarks to Wolfgang Giegerich’s Critique”

84 (2010): 108–41
“On the Death of Nature:
A Psychological Reflection”

75 (2006): 258–73
“It Is Something like Antique Philosophy:
Analytical Psychology and the Philosophical Practical Wisdom”

77 (2007): 79–98
BARTON, David
“Titanic Violence:
Vaclav Havel and the Dangers of Ideological Thinking”

81 (2009): 129–41
BASSIL-MOROZOW, Helena
“Trauma, Mourning, and Renewal:
Agnieszka Piotrowska’s Out of the Ruins

88 (2012): 217–31
BAUMANN, Carol
“Reflections on Time:
Time and Tao”

1951: 21–45
BAUMANN, Dieter
“In Memory of Franz Riklin”
1970: 1–5
BAUMANN-JUNG, Gret
“Some Reflections on the Horoscope of C. G. Jung”
1975: 35–55
BAYNES, H. G.
“Freud versus Jung”
1945: 49–76
“The Provisional Life”
1948: 13–25
“Beatrice M. Hinkle, 1874–1953”
1954: unpaged
BEACH, Chris
“Eleanor Bertine”
90 (2013): 303–19
BECKER, Geraldine Cannon
“Flying By Words—From the Front Porch to the Podium:
Educational Individuation and Creative Endurance”

91 (2014): 141–58
BECKER, Scott and ROGER KNUDSON
“Remembering the Dead:
An Archetypal Approach to Mourning”

67 (2000): 121–30
BEDI, Ashok
“India: An Odyssey of Individuation of an Ancient Civilization”
90 (2013): 105–21
BEEBE, John
“The Eye at the Heart of the World”
73 (2005): 20–30
“The Memory of the Hero
and the Emergence of the Post-Heroic Attitude”

78 (2007): 275–96
BENNET, Glin
“Domestic Life with C. G. Jung:
Tape-recorded Conversations with Ruth Bailey”

1986: 178–89
BENNETT, James
“Beings from Outer Space”
65 (1999): 75–80
BERNASCONI, Maria Anna
“The Fountain of Memories—
Buried and Uncovered”
(translated by Heidemarie Fehlhaber)

82 (2009): 153–70
“Giving a Hand to the Dead,
Reflections on a Legend from Valais: “The Cold Hand”

86 (2011): 109–22
BERNARDINI, Riccardo
“The Secret of Eranos”
88 (2012): 331–39
BERNSTEIN, Jerome
“Archetypal Reality in Politics”
78 (2007): 1–29
BERRY, Patricia
“On Reduction”
1973: 67–84
“An Approach to the Dream”
1974: 58–79
“The Rape of Demeter/Persephone and Neurosis”
1975: 186–98
“Defense and Telos in Dreams”
1978: 115–27
“Echo and Beauty”
1980: 49–59
“Stopping:
A Mode of Animation”

1981:77–87
“Hamlet’s Poisoned Ear”
1982: 195–211
BERTINE, Eleanor
“Some Positive Aspects of the Times in Which We Live”
1941: 109–11
“The Great Flood”
1944: 33–53
“Men and Bombs”
1946: 47–63
“Jung’s Greatest Contribution to His Time”
1947: 11–29
“Men and Women”
1948: 70–92
“Speaking of Good and Evil”
1952: 76–91
“Jung’s Approach to Religion:
An Introductory Paper”

1958: 33–48
“The Perennial Problem of Good and Evil”
1960: 21–33
BERTOIA, Judi
“Colour as Language and Symptom”
61 (1997): 51–60
BEWICK, Pauline
“A Visual Translation of Brian Merriman’s ‘The Midnight Court’ ”
79 (2008): 193–209
BINSWANGER, Hilde
“Positive Aspects of the Animus”
1963: 82–101
BIRKHÄUSER, Sibylle
“The Figure of the Spinning Women in Fairy Tales”
1963: 31–45
BISHOF, Irene
“Sweet Dreams:
Chocolate and Swiss identity”

86 (2011): 55–65
BISHOP, Paul
“Remain True to the Earth:
Home and Wandering in Nietzsche”

85 (2011): 125–63
“The Members of Jung’s Seminar on Zarathustra
56 (1994): 92–122
“Paracelsus, Goethe, Jung:
Reading Jung Aesthetically”

64 (1998): 135–58
“The Holy Grail of Sexuality:
Jung and Wagner’s ‘Parsifal’ ”

69 (2002): 116–32
BISHOP, Peter
“Archetypal Topography:
The Karma–Kargyudpa Lineage Tree”

1981: 67–76
“The Shadows of the Holistic Earth”
1986: 59–71
“Post-Jungianism and the Place of Archetypal Psychology”
1987: 143–52
“The Vegetable Soul”
1988: 73–90
“Singing the Land:
Australia in Search of Its Soul”

49 (1989): 18–36
“Reconciliation & Regeneration:
Building Bridges for Wounded Cultures and Wounded Earth”

76 (2006): 41–57
BLEAKLEY, Alan
“Greens and Greenbacks”
52 (1992): 68–71
BOER, Charles
“Poetry and Psyche”
1979: 95–101
“In the Shadow of the Gods:
Greek Tragedy”

1982: 133–49
“Canonization/Decanonization/Recanonization”
51 (1991): 126–50
“Watch Your Step”
59 (1996): 95–124
“Honey I swear I Don’t Have Hermes”
67 (2000): 1–18
BOER, Charles and Peter KUGLER
“Archetypal Psychology Is Mythical Realism”
1977: 131–52
BÖHLER, Eugen
“Ideologies and Ideals”
1960: 87–105
BOLEN, Jean Shinoda
“Artemis and Bear Mothers:
Fiercely Protective, Indomitable Women”

91 (2014): 195–210
BOSNAK, Robert
“The Dirty Needle:
Images of the Inferior Analyst”

1984: 104–15
“Sulphur Dreaming”
74 (2006): 91–106
BOWMAN, Deborah
“Guanyin and the Handless Maiden:
A Feminine Path of Awakening”

91 (2014): 211–28
BRADSHAW, G. A.
“We, Matata: Bicultural Living Among the Apes”
83 (2010): 161–82
“The Evolution of Ethology:
An Interview with Marc Bekoff”

83 (2010): 319–27
BRADSHAW, G. A. and Carol BUCKLEY
“The Art of Cultural Brokerage:
Recreating Elephant-Human Relationship and Community”

83 (2010): 35–59
BRADSHAW, G. A. and Vera MULLER-PAISNER
“Freud and the Family Horse:
Exploration into Equine Psychotherapy”

83 (2010): 211–35
BRADSHAW, G. A. and Mary WATKINS
“Trans-Species Psychology:
Theory and Praxis”

75 (2006): 69–94
BRADY, Joyce
“Shame, Secrecy, and Silence:
The Tangled Roots of Childhood and the Suppression of the Voice”

91 (2014): 71–84
BROEGE, Valerie
“Puer Country:
Imaging Canada and Its American Shadow”

1987: 17–33
BROME, Vincent
“H. G. Wells and C. G. Jung”
1975: 60–62
BROTTMAN, Mikita
“Thanatos in Cyberspace:
Death, Mythology, and the Internet”

80 (2008): 117–32
BROWN, Richard P.
“The Origins and Development of Carl Jung’s Relationship with Wolfgang Pauli”
86 (2011): 195–222
“Carl Jung’s The Bailey Island, Maine and New York City Seminars of 1936 and 1937”
87 (2012): 195–222
BOYLE, Eileen
“Water: A Reflection on Aspects of Living in Modern Ireland”
79 (2008): 211–18
BUCKLEY, Carol and G. A. BRADSHAW
“The Art of Cultural Brokerage:
Recreating Elephant-Human Relationship and Community”

83 (2010): 35–59
BÜGLER, Käthe
“The Turning Point:
A Case of Climacteric Psychosis”

1952: 44–58
BURLESON, Blake
“The Baynes Film of Jung’s 1925–26 Expedition to East Africa”
85 (2011): 247–303
BURNISTON, Andrew
“Pneuma and Psyche”
54 (1993): 56–70
BURNS, John E.
“A Twelve Step Meeting of the Afro-Brazilian Gods”
61 (1997): 113–24
“Archetypal Psychology and Addiction Treatment”
65 (1999): 15–22
BURRI, Margrit
“Repression, Falsification, and Bedeviling of Germanic Mythology”
1978: 88–104
BUTCHER, Carolyn
“Speech Defector:
A Child Stutterer Finds Her Voice”

91 (2014): 97–106
BUTLER, Francella
“Censoring Children’s Literature”
52 (1992): 93–98
BUZZELL, Linda
“The Giegerich/Romanyshyn Debate about Depth Psychology and Climate Change:
No Soul in Nature?”

85 (2011): 309–12
 
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CALDWELL, Mark
“ ‘Too Lovely to Put into Words’: Piety and Reaction in C. S. Lewis”
52 (1992): 72–92
CAMBRAY, Joseph
“Fear of Semen”
51 (1991): 39–54
CAPER, Robert
“Suggestion and Truth in Psychoanalysis and Buddhism”
89 (2013): 71–78
CAPRILES M., Axel
“Post-Jungian Movements:
Conversations with Rafael López-Pedraza”

77 (2007): 245–76
CAROTENUTO, Aldo
“Sabina Spielrein and C. G. Jung:
Some Newly Discovered Documents Bearing on Psychotic Transference, Counter Transference and the Anima”

1980: 128–45
“More about Sabina Spielrein:
A Response to Bettelheim”

1985: 129–36
CASANOVA, Katharina
“The Wild Feminine:
Reconnecting to a Powerful Archetypal Image”

82 (2009): 115–30
CASEMENT, Ann
“Fundamentalism in the USA:
Word Worship versus Thing Worship”

78 (2007): 243–64
“The Cause:
India and Psychoanalysis”

90 (2013): 253–71
CASEY, Edward S.
“Toward an Archetypal Imagination”
1974: 1–32
“Time in the Soul”
1979: 144–64
“Getting Placed: Soul in Space”
1982: 1–25
“Reflections on Ritual”
1985: 102–109
“Jung and the Post-Modern Condition”
1987: 100–106
“Reality in Representation”
54 (1993): 32–41
“Phenomenon and Place:
Toward a Renewed Ethics of the Environment”

76 (2006): 175–200
CAZENAVE, Michel
“Remembrances of Eranos”
92 (2015): 226–31
CHALQUIST, Craig
“Terrapsychology:
Reengaging the Soul of Place—An Introduction”

76 (2006): 223–33
“Giegerich, Romanyshyn, and the Eco-Apocalypse Witness-Only Club”
85 (2011): 313–16
CHEETHAM, Tom
“Against the Times:
Henry Corbin and the Other History of Being”

64 (1998): 159–70
“A Man Without His Angel”
67 (2000): 99–105
“Black Light:
Hades, Lucifer, and the Secret of the Secret”

68 (2001): 59–104
“Quicksilver, Sulfur, and the Work of the World”
69 (2002): 169–76
“The Un-Refused Feast”
74 (2006): 263–82
CHILDS, Grace H.
“The Black Ball”
1947: 94–102
CHODOROW, Joan
“Multi-Sensory Imagination”
72 (2005): 159–65
CLARK, David L.
“The Last Temptation of Marion Woodman:
The Anorexic Remainder in Bone: Dying into Life

72 (2005): 131–58
CLASBY, Nancy Tenfelde
“Realism andthe Archetypes:
Daisy Miller

60 (1996): 31–44
COBB, Noel
“Who Is Behind Archetypal Psychology?
An Imaginal Inquiry”

1988: 129–58
“The Soul of the Sky”
75 (2006): 122–38
“Dreams of God:
R. D. Laing and the Rites of Asklepios”

77 (2007): 221–41
COCKS, Geoffrey
“C. G. Jung and German Psychotherapy, 1933–1940:
A Research Note”

1979: 221–27
COLBY, Tricia Noll
“Will You Be My Mother?
An Archetypal Approach to the Healing of Compulsive Overeaters”

65 (1999): 23–32
COLLINS, Al and Elaine MOLCHANOV
“Churning the Milky Ocean: Poison and Nectar in Carl Jung’s India”
90 (2013): 23–75
CONFORTI, Michael
“Archetypes, Coherence, and the Cinema”
73 (2005): 54–70
CONLON-McIVOR, Maura
“A Leprechaun Tree Grows in Orange County:
Glimmers of an Irish-American Childhood”

79 (2008): 241–49
COOK, Albert
“Fates”
51 (1991): 1–4
CORBETT, Lionel
“War:
Some Psychological and Spiritual Underpinnings”

81 (2009): 85–101
CORBIN, Henry
Mundus imaginalis,
Or the Imaginary and the Imaginal”

1972: 1–19
“Mysticism and Humor”
1973: 24–34
“The Imago Templi and Secular Norms”
1975: 163–85
“The Question of Comparative Philosophy:
Convergences in Iranian and European Thought”

1980: 1–20
“Theophanies and Mirrors:
Idols or Icons?”

1983: 1–2
“The Time of Eranos”
92 (2015): 213–21
COUSINEAU BRUTSCHE, Diane
“Lady Soul”
82 (2009): 101–13
COUTEAU, Bob
“Jungian Social Neglect”
1988: 197–202
COVITZ, Joel
“A Jewish Myth of a priori Knowledge”
1971: 50–63
COWAN, Lyn
“On Masochism”
1979: 42–54
COWAN, Thomas
“On Finnegans Wake
1972: 43–59
CREELY, Robert
“Prayer to Hermes”
1980: 60–62
CURTIS, Monica
“Jung’s Essay on the Transformation Symbol in the Mass”
1952: 1–24
CWIK, August J.
“Rosarium Revisited”
74 (2006): 189–232
 
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DARLINGTON, Beth
“Kristine Mann
Jung’s ‘Miss X’ and a Pioneer in Psychoanalysis”

92 (2015): 371–99
DAVIS, Karen
“Chicken-Human Relationships:
From Procrustean Genocide to Empathic Anthropomorphism”

83 (2010): 253–78
DEBRUNNER, Hugo
“Changes in the Hand Lines of C. G. Jung”
1974: 193–99
DE GALBERT, Leslie
“Buddhism—A Personal Experience”
89 (2013): 145–54
DE LASZLO, Violet
“Some Dreams Connected with the Present War”
1941: 62–80
“The Goal in Jungian Psychotherapy”
1952: 59–75
DEL NEVO, Matthew
“Imaginal Psychology’s Disability”
53 (1992): 113–20
DELORIA, Jr., Vine
“Excerpts from C. G. Jung and the Siox Tradition:
Dreams, Visions, Nature, and the Primitive

(edited by Philip J. Deloria and Jerome S. Bernstein)

76 (2006): 1–18
DE LUCA COMANDINI, Federico
“The Octopus:
Metamorphoses of an Imaginal Animal”

1988: 91–107
DeMELLO, Margot
“Becoming Rabbit:
Living with and Knowing Rabbits”

83 (2010): 237–52
DEMETRAKOPOULOS, Stephanie A.
“Hestia, Goddess of the Hearth:
Notes on an Oppressed Archetype”

1979: 55–75
DENNY, Mike
“Mickey Mantle Meets Prometheus”
65 (1999): 131–42
“Marylin My Muse”
70 (2004): 57–69
DESTEIAN, John A.
“Headline:
‘Politics Banishes Psychology!’ ”

78 (2007): 121–48
DE VOOGD, Stephanie
“C. G. Jung:
Psychologist of the Future, ‘Philosopher’ of the Past’ ”

1977: 175–82
DE VRIES, Hendrika
“Beyond Forgiveness:
Re-Weaving the Remains of War”

81 (2009): 225–41
“Rediscovering Home:
A Myth for Our Time”

85 (2011): 1–16
DIGGS, Stephen
“Alchemy of the Blues”
61 (1997): 16–50
DOLL, Mary Aswell
“Other Voices, Other Ruins:
Beckett’s Spectral Women”

79 (2008): 125–37
DONFRANCESCO, Francesco
“On the Subject of Psychology”
1983: 35–42
“The Longing for a Mentor”
63 (1998): 113–35
DOTY, William G.
“Everything You Never Wanted to Know about the Dark, Lunar Side of the Trickster”
57 (1995): 19–38
“Originary Mythos”
68 (2001): 41–58 “Orpheus:
The Shamanic Kitharôdos (Singing Lyreplayer)”

71 (2004): 37–54
DOWNING, Christine
“Looking Back at Orpheus”
71 (2004): 1–36
DUNCAN, Robert
“Opening the Dreamway”
59 (1996): 1–46
“Wind and Sea, Fire and Night”
59 (1996): 47–78
DUNNE, Carrin
“The Roots of Memory”
1988: 113–28
DUPLAIN, Georges
“On the Frontiers of Knowledge:
An Interview with C. G. Jung, 1959”

1960: 7–20
DURAN, Eduardo
“Medicine Wheel, Mandala, and Jung”
87 (2012): 125–53
DURAND, Gilbert
“Exploration of the Imaginal”
1971: 84–100
“The Image of Man in Western Occult Tradition”
1976: 81–103
“Psyche’s View”
1981: 1–19
 
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EARLY, Robert
“Spirit and Soul in Mathematics”
55 (1994): 102–109
ECKMAN, Barbara
“Jung, Hegel, and the Subjective Universe”
1986: 88–99
ECKSTEIN, Alice R.
“The Third Reich and Goethe”
1941: 52–61
EDINGER, Edward F.
“Some Manifestations of the Transference Phenomenon”
1957: 32–44
“Symbols: The Meaning of Life”
1962: 45–66
“Ralph Waldo Emerson:
A Naturalist of the Soul”

1965: 77–99
“Christ as Paradigm of the Individuating Ego”
1966: 5–23
“On Being an Individual”
1967: 65–85
“Eleanor Bertine: A Memorial”
1968: 5–7
“Metaphysics and the Unconscious”
1969: 101–28
“M. Esther Harding”
1972: unpaged
ELIADE, Mircea
Terra Mater and Cosmic Hierogamies”
1955: 15–74
“Encounters at Ascona”
92 (2015): 147–51
ESHLEMAN, Clayton
“Proteus, Poetic Experiment and Apprenticeship”
1980: 63–77
ESTEP, James A.
“An Open Letter to James Hillman on ‘Recovery’ ”
58 (1995): 21–36
ESTES, Lulu
“Hero and Shadow”
1941: 114–15
EVANS, Liz
“Developing A Jungian Ecopsychology”
76 (2006): 129–44
 
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FAFLAK, Joel
“In Marion Woodman’s Camp”
72 (2005): 105–30
FAUTH, Wolfgang
“Hermes”
1988: 108–12
FECHNER, Gustav
“The Shadow Is Alive”
(translated by Stephen Simmer)

51 (1991): 80–85
FELDMAN, Jane
“Lou Andreas-Salomé:
Seeking the Muse in the Pool of Narcissus”

70 (2004): 23–38
FERTEL, Randy
“Hearing the Bugle's Call:
Hurricane Katrina, the BP Oil Spill, and the Effects of Trauma”

88 (2012): 91–115
FIDYK, Alexandra
“On Home and Identity:
Following the Way of the Roma”

85 (2011): 75–102
“Buddha as a Walkaway”
89 (2013): 91–104
FISHER, Andy
“To Praise Again:
Phenomenology and the Project of Ecopsychology”

76 (2006): 153–74
FITZGERALD, James
“Story and the Interface with the Sacred in Irish Myth”
79 (2008): 15–30
FLANNERY, James W.
“Heart Mysteries:
Traditional Love Songs of Ireland”

79 (2008): 43–69
FOOTE, Edward
“Who Was Mary Foote”
1974: 256–68
FORDHAM, Michael
“Jungian Views of the Body-Mind Relationship”
1974: 166–78
FOSTER, Stephen
“In My Back Yard: Legacies of the American West”
88 (2012): 131–49
FOTI, Veronique M.
“Hades and Dionysos”
1983: 125–30
FRANZ, Marie-Louise von
“The ‘Passio Perpetuae’ ”
1949: 85–127
“The Dream of Socrates”
1954: 16–38
“Peter Birkhäuser:
A Modern Artist Who Strikes a New Path”

1964: 33–46
“The Library of C. G. Jung”
1970: 190–95
FRASER, Jessie
“ARAS:
Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism”

1964: 60–67
“Heracles:
An Introduction”

1966: 24–38
FREDERICKSEN, Don
“Why Should We Take Jungian Film Studies Seriously?”
73 (2005): 31–40
“Solastalgia:
When Home Is No Longer Home”

88 (2012): 11–22
FREEMAN, Mark
“Fairy Tales/True Stories among Hospitalized Children and Adolescents”
1987: 87–98
FREEMAN, Olive
“Comments on Matter of Heart
1983: 203–5
FRENCH, Druscilla
“Who Made You God?
Politics and the God-Image”

78 (2007): 265–73
FREY, Liliane
“Evil from the Psychological Point of View”
1965: 5–48
FRÖBE-KAPTEYN, Olga
“The Psychological Background of Eranos”
92 (2015): 29–38
FUCHS, Cynthia J.
“ ‘I looked for You in My Closet Tonight’:
Voyeurs and Victims in Blue Velvet

49 (1989): 85–98
FULLER, Cheryl
“The Fat Lady Sings”
91 (2014): 107–22
 
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GAMBINI, Roberto
“Soul on Stone”
76 (2006): 73–89
“Children’s Dreams Can See Through”
88 (2012): 163–82
GARRISON, Mark
“The Poetics of Ambivalence”
1982: 213–32
GARUFI, Bianca
“On Innate Interpretation”
1988: 159–65
“Remembering Ernst Bernhard”
64 (1998): 89–102
GARY, Janice
“Sleeping Beauty Wakes Up:
Breaking the Spell of Women’s Silence”

91 (2014): 123–40
GERSON, Jacqueline
“Wounded Instincts, Weeping Soul:
Working with Embodied Countertransference”

72 (2005): 205–17
GIBSON, Terrill L.
Cin-Imago Dei:
Jungian Psychology and Images of the Soul in Contemporary Cinema”

73 (2005): 71–89
GIEGERICH, Wolfgang
“Ontogeny = Phylogeny?
A Fundamental Critique of Erich Neumann’s Analytical Psychology”

1975: 110–29
“On the Neurosis of Psychology or the Third of the Two”
1977: 153–74
“Postscript to Cocks”
1979: 228–31
“Hospitality Toward the Gods in an Ungodly Age:
Philemon—Faust—Jung”

1984: 61–75
“The Nuclear Bomb and the Fate of God:
On the First Nuclear Fission”

1985: 1–27
“The Rescue of the World:
Jung, Hegel, and the Subjective Universe”

1987: 107–15
“The Invention of Explosive Power and the Blueprint of the Bomb:
A Chapter in the Imaginal Pre-History of Our Nuclear Predicament”

1988: 1–14
“Effort? Yes, Effort!”
1988: 181–88
“The Advent of the Guest:
Shadow Integration and the Rise of Psychology”

51 (1991): 88–106
“Killings”
54 (1993): 5–18
“Is the Soul ‘Deep’?:
Entering and Following the Logical Movement of Heraclitus’ ‘Fragment 45’ ”

64 (1998): 1–31
“Closure and Setting Free or
The Bottled Spirit of Alchemy and Psychology”

74 (2006): 31–62
“The Burial of the Soul in Technological Civilization”
75 (2006): 197–255
“Psychology as Anti-Philosophy:
C. G. Jung”

77 (2007): 11–51
“The Psychologist as Repentance Preacher and Revivalist:
Robert Romanyshyn on the Melting of the Polar Ice”

82 (2009): 193–221
“God Must Not Die!
C. G. Jung’s Thesis of the One-Sidedness of Christianity”

84 (2010): 11–71
GILL, Barbara Fisher and Randolph SEVERSON
“C. G. Jung on the Psychological”
1979: 202–20
GITTLESON, Gia Lauren
“William:
The Sequel”

66 (1999): 113–19
GLEASON, Judith
“Out of the Water, onto the Ground, and into the Cosmos:
The Sacred Dance of the Zarma as Psychotherapy”

1982: 299–311
“Variations on the Play:
Between Gods and People”

49 (1989): 37–61
GLUCK, John P.
“Discovering the Way Back to the Solid Ground of Ethical Uncertainty:
From Animal Use to Animal Protection”

83 (2010): 119–33
GOLDENBERG, Naomi R.
“Archetypal Theory after Jung”
1975: 199–220
GOODCHILD, Veronica
“Psychoid, Psychophysical, P-subtle!
Alchemy and a New Worldview”

74 (2006): 63–90
GOODRICH, Chauncey S.
“Transatlantic Dispatches from and about Zurich”
1983: 183–90
GRAY, Frances
“ ‘My Daddy Was My Hero’:
Steve Irwin, the Hero Archetype, and Australian Identity”

75 (2006): 95–106
GREENE, Anita U.
“Listening to the Body for the Sake of the Soul”
72 (2005): 189–204
GREENE LINDEN, Phoebe
“Jung and the Parrot:
Facts, Interpretations, and Connections”

83 (2010): 1–33
GRIMALDI-CRAIG, Sheila
“Whipping the Chthonic Woman”
55 (1994): 128–39
“Wolfgang’s World”
64 (1998): 185–98
“Myths Not to Live By:
A Book Review”

65 (1999): 163–76
GRINNELL, Robert
“Reflections on the Archetype of Consciousness:
Personality and Psychological Faith”

1970: 15–39
“In Praise of the ‘Instinct for Unholiness’:
Intimations of a Moral Archetype”

1971: 168–85
“Jung at Yale”
1976: 155–56
GROS, Henry
“Encountering the Symbolic Aspects of the Smartphone”
80 (2008): 133–51
GUGGENBÜHL, Allan
“Is Peace the Cause of Violence?”
81 (2009): 37–57
GUGGENBÜHL-CRAIG, Adolf
“Must Analysis Fail Through Its Destructive Aspect?”
1970: 133–45
“Analytical Rigidity and Ritual”
1972: 34–42
“The Archetype of the Invalid and the Limits of Healing”
1979: 29–41
“Jottings on the Jung Film Matter of the Heart
1983: 199–202
“Fear of Aging”
51 (1991): 33–38
“America’s Political Fantasies”
52 (1992): 61–67
“Concerning the Training of Jungian Analysts”
(translated by Michael P. Sipiora and Eva-Maria Simms)
with an Introduction by Paul Kugler

80 (2008): 228–43
GÜNTHER, Marita
“The Human Voice:
On Alfred Wolfsohn”

50 (1990): 65–75
 
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HADDON, Genia Pauli
“Delivering Yang-Femininity”
1987: 133–42
HAFT-POMROCK, Yael
“Psyche and Soma in Chirology:
Personality Changes in Analysis as Reflected in the Hand”

1974: 179–92
HAKL, Hans Thomas
“Eranos:
A Counter Current to the Common Intellectual History of the 20th Century?

92 (2015): 59–78
HALE, Cynthia Anne
“The Alchemy of Color in Flannery O’Connor’s ‘Revelation’ ”
74 (2006): 107–122
HALL, James
“The Danger of Jungian Fundamentalism”
68 (2001): 23–40
HALL, Nor
“A Collage That Spoke”
59 (1996): 79–94
“Architecture of Intimacy”
60 (1996): 13–26
“Notes toward the Construction of a Mother-Daughter Biography”
70 (2004): 105–15
HAMILTON, Alan
“Psychology as Father Relation and Feminism as Acting Out”
57 (1995): 101–14
HANNAH, Barbara
“Some Remarks on Active Imagination”
1953: 38–58
“Victims of the Creative Sprit:
A Contribution to the Psychology of the Brontës from the Jungian Point of View”

1954: 65–82
“All's Well That Ends Well”
1956: 26–42
HARDING, Esther M.
“The Dragon and the Hero”
1941: 11–26
“Individuation and the Nation at War”
1942: 93–101
“The Shadow”
1945: 10–27
“The Unconscious as Fate”
1946: 64–79
She: A Portrait of the Anima”
1947: 59–93
“An Old Tale Retold:
The Babylonian Creation”

1949: 57–84
“Our Search for Mental Health:
Jung’s Contribution”

1953: 22–37
“Some Afterthoughts on The Pilgrim
1957: 10–31
“Jung’s Contribution to Religious Symbolism”
1959: 1–16
HARGREAVES, Geoffrey
“A Shape for Literary History”
1977: 214–22
“Scratching the Itch:
Some Ticklish Questions”

1985: 137–40
HARROD, James
“Dionysos and the Muses:
A Deep Love Libido Myth”

70 (2004): 205–25
HART, David L.
“Dreams of Escape from Bewitchment”
1977: 42–45
“My Encounter with Jung”
58 (1995): 123–26
HART, Gary
“Toward a New American Myth”
62 (1997): 1–9
HARTMAN, Gary V.
“Psychotherapy:
An Attempt at Definition”

1980: 90–100
“Typology’s Distractions and Opposites’ Attractions”
54 (1993): 42–55
HAULE, John
“Jung’s ‘Amfortas Wound’:
Psychological Types Revisited”

53 (1992): 95–112
“Erotic Analysis and the Shape of Eros”
57 (1995): 73–88
“The Ambiguity of Evil and the God of the Depths:
A Response to Wolfgang Giegerich”

84 (2010): 163–79
HAUKE, Christopher
“Orpheus, Dionysos and Popular Culture:
Jean Cocteau’s Orphée (1950)—then and now”

71 (2004): 127–42
“What Makes Movies Work:
Unconscious Processes and the Movie-Maker’s Craft”

73 (2005): 101–17
HAWLEY, Richard
“Souls in Boxes:
The Problem of Organization”

69 (2002): 41–72
HAYES, Dorsha
“Our Relationship to the Artist”
1954: 52–64
Heart of Darkness: An Aspect of the Shadow”
1956: 43–57
HAZARD, Berthe MacMonnies
“The Tarot and the Accomplishment of the Great Work:
Its Interpretation Exemplified by Cards O and X”

1942: 31–42
HEDERMAN, Mark Patrick
“The Wisdom of W. B. Yeats:
‘Thunder of a Battle Fought in Some Other Star’ ”

79 (2008): 71–93
HEISIG, James
The VII Sermones:
Play and Theory”

1972: 206–18
“Jung and Theology:
A Bibliographical Essay”

1973: 205–55
HENDERSON, Janis and Robert S.
“Let It Be:
An Interview with C. Toni Frey-Wehrlin”

64 (1998): 57–88
HENDERSON, Joseph L.
“The Drama of Love and Death”
1944: 62–74
HENDERSON, Robert S.
“We Will Know Where We Are When We Get There:
An Interview with Joseph Henderson”

67 (2000): 137–54
“The Four-Leaf Clover:
An Interview with Robert Johnson at Eighty”

68 (2001): 105–32
“Jung and Alchemy:
An Interview with Thomas Moore”

74 (2006): 123–36
“Zürich … Revisited:
An Interview with Murray Stein”

76 (2006): 308–15
“Politics and Jungian Analysts:
An ‘Enterview’ with Jan Bauer and Lyn Cowan”

78 (2007): 91–119
“Ireland and the Timeless Sense of Attachment:
An ‘Enterview’ with Thomas Moore”

79 (2008): 175–85
“Translating Jung’s Seminar on Children’s Dreams:
An An ‘Enterview’ with Ernst Falzeder”

79 (2008): 273–79
“Witness to the Ancient Ones:
An An ‘Enterview’ with Patricia Reis”

80 (2008): 245–60
“The Red Book—Prima Materia of C. G. Jung:
An An ‘Enterview’ with Sonu Shamdasani”

82 (2009): 186–91
“When ‘One’ Becomes ‘Two’:
The Vocational Character of the Mediating Other:
An ‘Enterview’ with Greg Mogenson”

86 (2011): 223–47
HENDRICKSON, Marion Vaux
“A Paper on Dante Alighieri”
1945: 28–44
HENLEY, Eugene H.
“A Man’s World”
1951: 61–77
HENLEY, Helen G.
“Our American Eros”
1941: 119–21
“Child of Pan”
1942: 59–70
“Kirstine Mann”
1946: 1–3
“What Can We Ask of Marriage?”
1950: 23–39
HENSCHEL-McGERRY, Cathy
“Mason’s Birth”
63 (1998): 1–8
“Westlake Mall”
63 (1998): 147–49
HERSH, James
“Model-Making and the Promethean Ego”
1982: 151–63
“From Ethnos to Polis:
The Furies and Apollo”

1985: 56–73
“Ethnic Cleansing”
53 (1992): 61–78
HESSE, Hermann
“A Greeting to Dr. Jung on His Eightieth Birthday, July 26, 1955”
1962: 19
HEUER, Gottfried
“For ‘A New Heaven and a New Earth’:
The Gospel of Judas—An Emerging Potential for World Peace?
A Jungian Perspective”

81 (2009): 265–90
HILL, David
“Imaginal Fields and the Collectivity of Ideas”
69 (2002): 29–39
HILL, John
“Individuation and the Association Experiment”
1975: 145–51
“The Venom of Destiny:
Reflections on the Jung/Joyce Encounter”

79 (2008): 107–23
HILLMAN, James
“Betrayal”
1965: 57–76
“On Senex Consciousness”
1970: 146–65
“Editorial Postscript:
Why Archetypal Psychology?”

1970: 212–19
“Psychology:
Monotheistic or Polytheistic?”

1971: 193–228
“Dionysus on Jung’s Writings”
1972: 191–205
“Anima”
1973: 97–132; 1974: 113–46
“The ‘Negative’ Senex and a Renaissance Solution”
1975: 77–109
“Some Early Background to Jung’s Ideas:
Notes on C. G. Jung’s Medium by Stefanie Zumstein-Preiswerk”

1976: 123–36
“An Inquiry into Image”
1977: 62–88
“Further Notes on Images”
1978: 152–82
“Image-Sense”
1979: 130–43
“Silver and the White Earth”
1980: 21–48; 1981: 21–66
Anima Mundi:
The Return of the Soul”

1982: 71–93
“The Bad Mother:
An Archetypal Approach”

1983: 165–81
“Natural Beauty without Nature”
1985: 50–55
“Notes on White Supremacy:
Essaying an Archetypal Account of Historical Events”

1986: 29–58
“A Psychology of Transgression Drawn from an Incest Dream:
Imagining the Case”

1987: 66–76
“Going Bugs”
1988: 40–72
“Hegel, Giegerich, and the U.S.A.”
1988: 177–80
“From Mirror to Window: Curing Psychoanalysis of Its Narcissism”
49 (1989): 62–75
“The Elephant in The Garden of Eden
50 (1990): 93–115
“ ‘Recovery’ ”
52 (1992): 117–27
“How Jewish Is Archetypal Psychology?
(Just a Little Note)”

53 (1992): 121–30
“Alchemical Blue and the Unio Mentalis
54 (1993): 132–48
“Once More into the Fray:
A Response to Wolfgang Giegerich’s ‘Killings’ ”

56 (1994): 1–18
“Pink Madness or
Why Does Aphrodite Drive Men Crazy with Pornography?”

57 (1995): 39–71
Pseudologia Fantasica:
A Curious Need to Falsify, Disguise, or Destroy the Story of your Life”

58 (1995): 83–102
“Horses and Heroes”
59 (1996): 125–30
“Marriage, Intimacy, Freedom”
60 (1996): 1–12
“ ‘Psychology—Monotheistic or Polytheistic’:
Twenty-Five Years Later”

60 (1996): 111–25
“The Seduction of Black”
61 (1997): 1–15
“Culture and the Animal Soul”
62 (1997): 10–37
“In”
63 (1998): 9–22
From “Abandoning the Child”
63 (1998): 137–46
“A Note on Hermes Inflation”
65 (1999): 7–14
HINSEN LALL, Jean
“Astrological Divination in Psychotherapy”
66 (1999): 43–59
HIRATA, Ricardo A.
“The Soul of the Tiete River:
Reflections on the Ecological Crises in São Paulo, Brazil”

76 (2006): 235–55
HOCKLEY, Luke
“Cinema as Illusion and Reality”
73 (2005): 41–53
HODGES, Karen O.
“Women, Depression, and the Soul-Image”
65 (1999): 81–106
HOEDL, John
“Wolfgang Giegerich: The Search for Psychological ‘Soul’:
Continuing Responses to the Giegerich/Romanyshyn Debate”

85 (2011): 305–8
HOERNI, Ulrich
The Foundation of the Works of C. G. Jung”
86 (2011): 183–92
HOGARTH, Henry
“The Garden and the Gods:
Life from the Haitian Perspective”

61 (1997): 61–82
HOLLIS, James
“The Rag and Bone Shop of the Heart:
Yeats’s Path from Puer to Wise Old Man”

79 (2008): 95–105
HOLT, David
“Jung and Marx”
1973: 52–66
“Profession, Presence, Profession”
1975: 130–44
HOPCKE, Robert H.
“Jung's Attitudes toward Homosexuality:
A Review”

1987: 154–62
HOPPIN, Courtland
“Analytical Psychology Clubs Today”
1941: 106–7
HOPPIN, Hector
“An Introduction to Astrology”
1950: 40–55
“The Psychology of the Artist”
1947: 30–39
HORNUNG, Erik
“The Discovery of the Unconscious in Ancient Egypt”
1986: 16–28
HORT, Barbara
“The Sacred Story and the Divine Hush:
Adventures in Polyhymnia’s Wonderland”

70 (2004): 147–66
HRH PRINCESS IRENE of the Netherlands
“Our Relationship to Nature Determines Our Worldview—
Eranos and Today’s Great Cultural Challenge”

92 (2015): 321–26
HOUGH, Graham
“Poetry and the Anima”
1973: 85–96
HUGHES, Holly J.
“Women, Voice, Birds, and Place”
91 (2014): 33–40
HULL, R. F. C.
“Bibliographical Notes on Active Imagination in the Works of C. G. Jung”
1971: 115–20
“A Prefatory Note to Two Posthumous Papers by C. G. Jung”
1970: 166–69
HUMBERT, Elie G.
“Active Imagination:
Theory and Practice”

1971: 101–14
“Jung and the Question of Religion”
1985: 110–28.
HUMMEL, George
“Exorcism in the Renaissance:
The Discourse of Expulsion and Dispossession
as Revealed in the Remedia efficacissima in malignos spiritus expellendos

66 (1999): 163–76
HURWITZ, Siegmund
“The God Image in the Cabbala”
1954: 39–51
“Is Analytical Psychology a Religion?
Notes on a Talk Given by C. G. Jung (1937)”

1972: 144–48
HOWIE, John
“Further Up the Holler:
Breaking the Hillbilly Stereotype”

69 (2002): 149–55
HYMAN, Selma
“Death-in-Life—Life-in Death:
Spontaneous Process in a Cancer Patient”

1977: 27–41
 
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IDEL, Moshe
“Archetypes and Androgynes at Eranos”
92 (2015): 193–208
ISLER, Gotthilf
“Bound for the Eternal:
The Religious Meaning of Folk Legends”

86 (2011): 123–42
IZOD, John
“Westerns and Global Imperialism”
73 (2005): 214–33
 
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JACOBI, Jolande
“Dream-Books”
1960: 34–52
JACOBS, Edward Craney
“A Note on Thoreau and Jungian Psychology”
1975: 63–66
JACOBSON, Rebecca
“Some Aspects of the Mother-In-Law Relationship As an Instrument of Transformation”
1959: 47–62
JACOBY, Marianne
“Psychotherapy in a Nonhuman Cosmos”
1972: 20–33
JAFFÉ, Aniela
“Hermann Broch’s The Death of Virgil:
A Contribution to the Problem of Individuation”

1958: 65–98
“ ‘The Person and the Experience’:
From Ghostly Apparitions and Omens

1977: 201–12
“The Creative Phases in Jung’s Life”
1972: 162–90
“C. G. Jung and the Eranos Conferences”
1977: 201–12
“Details about C. G. Jung’s Family”
1984: 35–43
JANS-SCHEIDEGGER, Franz-Xaver
“Brother Klaus of Flüe and the Prayer of the Heart:
A Map of Individuation ”

86 (2011): 97–108
JARRETT, James L.
“Schopenhauer and Jung”
1981: 193–204
JAY, Paul
“The Mediating Eye:
Avedon, Winogrand, Mapplethorpe,and the Representation of Cultures”

50 (1990): 116–40
JENNINGS, Pilar
“Knowing our Teachers: Intersubjectivity and the Buddhist Teacher/Student Dyad”
89 (2013): 79–89
JONES, pattrice
“Harbingers of (Silent) Spring:
Archetypal Avians, Avian Archetypes, and the Truly Collective Unconscious”

83 (2010): 183–210
JORÉS, A.
“Anxieties About Life and Death”
1961: 80–90
JOSEPH, Steven M.
“Alchemical Light in the Kabbalistic Workshop”
74 (2006): 283–96
JUNG, Carl Gustav
“Psychotherapy Today”
1942: 1–12
“The Psychological Aspects of the Mother Archetype”
1943: 1–31
“The Different Aspects of Rebirth”
1944: 1–25
“The Soul and Death”
1945: 1–9
“After the Catastrophe”
1946: 4–23
“An Alchemistic Text Interpreted As If It Were a Dream”
1947: 3–10
“On the Nature of Dreams”
1948: 1–12
Ulysses: A Monologue”
1949: 1–20
“Shadow, Animus, and Anima”
1950: 1–11
“Concerning the Self”
1951: 1–20
“Synchronicity”
1953: 1–10
“Foreword to Symbols of Transformation
1954: 13–15
“On the Psychology of the Trickster”
1955: 1–14
“General Aspects of the Psychology of the Dream”
1956: 1–25
“Reply to Buber”
1957: 1–9
“The Interpretation of Visions:
Excerpts from the Notes of Mary Foote”

1960: 106–48; 1961: 109–51; 1962: 107–57; 1963: 102–47; 1964: 97–138; 1965: 100–41; 1966: 121–53; 1967: 86–147; 1968: 53–132; 1969: 7–72;
“A Letter on Parapsychology:
Dr. Jung’s Response to an Inquiry”

1961: 50–57
“Answers to Questions on Freud”
1968: 46–48
“Depth Psychology and Self-Knowledge:
Dr. Jung’s Answers to Questions Asked by Dr. Jolande Jacobi”

1969: 129–39
“Two Posthumous Papers:
1. Adaptation. 2. Individuation and Collectivity”

1970: 170–76
“Fragments from a Talk with Students”
1970: 177–81
“Excerpt from Selected Letters”
1971: 121–35
“Comments on a Passage from Nietzsche’s Zarathustra
1972: 149–61
“Religion and Psychology:
A Reply to Martin Buber (1952)”

1973: 196–203
“Three Early Papers:
Sigmund Freud: On Dreams (1901); Marginal Note on F. Wittels: Die sexuelle Not (1910); A comment on Tausk’s Criticism of Nelken (1913)”

1973: 183–87
“Psychological Commentary on Kundalini Yoga:
Lectures One and Two—1932 (from the Notes of Mary Foote)”

1975: 1–32
“Psychological Commentary on Kundalini Yoga:
Lectures Three and Four—1932 (from the Notes of Mary Foote)”

1976: 1–31
Exercitia Spiritualia of St. Ignacius of Loyola:
Notes on Lectures”

1977: 183–200; 1978: 28–36
“Postscript to The Visions Seminars, 2nd ed”
1977: 213
“The Bologna Enigma”
1979: 189–200
“C. G. Jung on the Psychological”
(excerpted and arranged by Barbara Bishop Fisher Gill and Randolph Severson)
1979: 202–220
“American Eranos Volume:
Introduction”

92 (2015): 81–85
JUNG, Emma
“On the Nature of the Animus”
1941: 27–51
 
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KALSCHED, Donald E.
“Hope versus Hopelessness in the Psychoanalytic Situation
and Dante’s Divine Comedy

72 (2005): 167–87
KAPLAN, Howard G.
“A Depth Psychological, ‘Polytheistic’ Reading of Pedophilia through Greek Myth”
81 (2009): 143–63
KARCHER, Stephen
“Oracle’s Contexts”
53 (1992): 79–94
Which Way I Fly Is Hell
55 (1994): 80–101
“Journey to the West:
C. G. Jung and the I Ching

66 (1999): 1–28
“Behind the Red Door:
The Oracle of Kuan Yin, Goddess of Compassion”

66 (1999): 122–45
“Shadow Dancing:
The Romance of the South and the East”

69 (2002): 133–47
KAUFMANN, Rise
“We Are All Stars:
Psychology and Astronomy”

70 (2004): 185–96
KAVANAGH, Colette
“Maud Gonne:
Mother Ireland”

63 (1998): 93–111
“Teenage Goths:
The Bearable Darkness of Being”

65 (1999): 63–74
Imbas, Inspiration, and Liminal Realms:
Meeting the Muse in Irish Poetry”

70 (2004): 131–45
KAWAI, Hayao
“The Laughter of Oni”
1985: 84–101
KAWAI, Toshio
“The 2011 Earthquake in Japan:
Psychotherapeutic Interventions and Change of Worldview”

88 (2012): 47–60
KAYLO, Janet
“Imagination and the Mundus Imaginalis
77 (2007): 117–34
KELLER, Tina
“Beginnings of Active Imagination:
Analysis with C. G. Jung and Toni Wolff”

1982: 279–94
KELLY, Robert
“Some Thoughts on Jung”
1982: 295–98
KERÉNYI, Karl
“A Mythological Image of Girlhood:
To My Nine-Year-Old Daughter”

1969: 93–100
“Mnemosyne—Lesmosyne:
On the Springs of ‘Memory’ and Forgetting’ ”

1977: 120–30
KIDNER, David
“Reuniting Psyche and Nature”
76 (2006): 91–109
KIMBLES, Samuel L.
“Social Suffering through Cultural Mourning,
Cultural Melancholy, and Cultural Complexes”

78 (2007): 203–17
KING, Jeff
“A Critique of Western Psychology from an American Indian Psychologist”
87 (2012): 37–59
KLINE, Jim
“Erotic Undercurrents in the Cult of Orpheus”
71 (2004): 151–70
“Writing for the Watcher:
How Anne Frank Wrote the Most Famous Diary Ever Published”

91 (2014): 249–62
KNOWLES, Debra S.
“The Numinous Horse:
This So Greatly Loved Body”

65 (1999): 123–30
KNUDSON, Roger and Scott Becker
“Remembering the Dead:
An Archetypal Approach to Mourning”

67 (2000): 121–30
KOCHER, Yvonne
“The Cultural Unconsciousness in French-Speaking Switzerland:
The Legacy of Calvin”

86 (2011): 79–96
KOLB, David A.
“Socrates and Stories”
1981: 177–84
KOHLER, Georg
“We Indians—Or, the Minor and the Major:
An Attempt to Bring across the Feeling of Being Swiss”

86 (2011): 67–77
KORN, D. Scott
“Returning Transcendence to Astrology”
66 (1999): 60–74
KRINKLE, Elena
“Between Ticino and Northern Switzerland Stand Not Only the Alps”
86 (2011): 23–37
KUGELMANN, Robert
“Hammering Metaphor from Metal:
A Psychology of Stress”

1982: 253–61
KUGLER, Paul
“A Miscellany of Books Received”
1976: 213–14
“Image and Sound:
An Archetypal Approach to Language”

1978: 136–51
“The Phonetic Imagination”
1979: 118–29
“Imagining:
A Bridge to the Sublime”

58 (1995): 103–22
“In Memoriam:
Adolf Guggenbühl-Craig (1923–2008”

80 (2008): 1–3
KUGLER, Paul and Charles BOER
“Childhood Seduction: Physical and Emotional”
1987: 40–60
KUGLER, Peter and Charles BOER
“Archetypal Psychology Is Mythical Realism”
1977: 131–52
KUMELOS, Rae Ann
“Attunement to Syrinx:
Melody as Muse”

70 (20040: 197–204
 
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LACOURT, Jeanne A.
“My Father Was a Bear:
Human-Animal Transformation in Native American Teachings”

83 (2010): 79–98
“Coming Home:
Knowing Land, Knowing Self”

87 (2012): 61–76
LANDRY, Joseph
“The Peyote Movement:
An Introduction”

1972: 110–31
“ ‘Marriage Is Impossible!’:
Scattered Thoughts of a Married Man”

60 (1996): 27–30
LANEY, John H.
“Archetypal Psychology and the Twelve Step Movement”
58 (1995): 1–20
LATHROP, Laurie
“What Happened at St Elizabeth’s?”
1984: 45–50
LAUTER, Estella
“Anne Sexton’s ‘Radical Discontent with the Awful Order of Things’ ”
1979: 77–92
LEMKE, Gertraud
“Life’s Relation to Death”
1955: 41–62
LEONARD, Linda Schierse
“The Muse and Aging”
70 (2004): 1–14
“Facing Finitude:
Philosophical Reflections on Orpheus, Art, and Aging”

71 (2004): 113–26
“Search for the Soul:
The Cinema of Krzysztof Kieślowski and The Double Life of Véronique

73 (2005): 152–75
“Reflections on The Tree of Life, a film by Terrence Malick”
87 (2012): 223–36
LEVENSON, Carl A.
“Plato and the Sensuous”
67 (2000): 106–20
“Socrates’ School”
69 (2002): 11–27 =
LIER, Doris
“The Odyssey as a Symbol for Jungian Analysis—
The Limits of Symbolization”

82 (2009): 53–66
LINCOLN, Kenneth
“American Indian Humors”
49 (1989): 1–17
LINGUS, Al
“Lust”
51 (1991): 5–25
LITTLE, Dorothy
“Trends in American Education”
1941: 115–17
LIVERNOIS, Jay
The Last Temptation and the Unknown God”
49 (1989): 99–104
“Aphrodite Goes to Haiti”
57 (1995): 89–100
“The American Discovery:
Mistakes and Fictions”

62 (1997): 38–54
LOCKHART, Russell A.
“Cancer in Myth and Dream:
An Exploration into the Archetypal Relation between Dreams and Disease”

1977: 1–26
LOCKWOOD, Marian
“The Christmas Stars”
1944: 26–32
LOOSER, Guenther
“Jung’s Childhood Prayer”
1966: 76–80
LÓPEZ-PEDRAZA, Rafael
“The Tale of Dryops and the Birth of Pan:
An Archetypal and Psychotherapeutic Approach to Eros between Men”

1976: 176–90
LORNE, Dave
“Nietzsche’s Paranoia”
77 (2007): 205–19
LUEPNITZ, Deborah Anna
“Buddhism, Psychoanalysis, and the Care of Homeless People”
89 (2013): 133–44
 
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MACLAGAN, David
“Methodical Madness”
1983: 127–35
MÀDERO, Romano
“The Missing Link:
From Jung to Hadot and Vice Versa ”

92 (2015): 235–54
MAESER-LEMIEUX, Angelika
“Goddess Spirituality:
The Rebirth of an Archetype”

52 (1992): 27–38
MAHAFFEY, Nina
“What Matters Flutters Still:
A Tribute to the Transformation Work of BodySoul Rhythms”

72 (2005): 97–104
MAHAFFEY, Patrick
“Self-Inquiry in C. G. Jung’s Depth Psychology and Hindu Yoga Traditions”
90 (2013): 125–53
MALAMUD, Randy
“Animals on Film:
The Ethics of the Human Glaze”

83 (2010): 135–60
MALAMUD, René
“The Amazon Problem”
1971: 1–21
MANN, Kristine
“Individuation and the Family Problem”
1942: 80–92
“The Shadow of Death”
1962: 89–106
MANSFIELD, Victor
“Modern Cosmology as Metaphor and the Double Nature of the Soul”
66 (1999): 83–100
MARCHINÒ, Grazia Shōgen
“Non-Duality:
The Deep Challenge of Bringing Together Ancient and Modern Ways of Knowledge in an Epistemic World View”

92 (2015): 257–72
MARGUERAT, Lucienne
“Balancing between Two Cultures:
An Uneasy Swiss Posture”

86 (2011): 7–22
MARIANI, Ottavio
“Analytical Psychology and Entertainment Technology:
Time and the Individuation Process”

80 (2008): 44–56
MARJASCH, Sonja
“The ‘I’ in Dreams”
1966: 60–75
MARLAN, Stanton
“From the Black sun to the Philosophers’ Stone”
74 (2006): 1–30
“Pre-Texts of the Imaginal in the Hermetic Play of the Dream:
The Ontotheology of Bean”

77 (2007): 101–16
MARLAN, Stanton and David L. MILLER
“What Is the Legacy of the Dead?
Jung’s Memories and the Case of Zola’s Missing Book”

77 (2007): 277–88
MARTINEZ, Thomas J. and Eugene TAYLOR
“ ‘Yes, In You the Tempest Rages’:
The Archetypal Significance of America for Jung 1909–1913”

64 (1998): 32–56
MARTINEZ, Thomas J.
“Jung and Alchemy:
East and West”

68 (2001): 133–60
MARTY, Joseph
“The Swiss Betruf as Magical Ring”
86 (2011): 143–55
MARSHALL, Marilyn
“A ‘Close-Up’ of the Kiss”
73 (2005): 118–32
MARSMAN, Michael A.
“Bringing Dharma to Earth:
The Sabarimalai Pilgrimage and Ayyappan Myth”

90 (2013): 227–50
MATTHEWS, Marilyn L.
“A Legacy of Silences:
Transforming the Silence of Absence to a Silence of Presence”

91 (2014): 159–76
MATTOON, Mary Ann
“Politics and Individuation”
1978: 77–87
MAZIS, Glen A.
“Psyche and Nature:
Tower and Lake, Yin and Yang, Archetype and Earth”

75 (2006): 1–22
“The Archetypal Alchemy of Technology:
Escape and Retrun to Materiality’s Depth”

80 (2008): 8–41
McAFEE, Julia
“The Vampire in Myth and Psychology”
53 (1992): 131–51
McCONEGHEY, Howard
“Art Education and Archetypal Psychology”
1981: 127–35
“Competency in Art Education”
1982: 313–16
McCOY, Ann
“Something About Mary:
Memories of Mary Bancroft”

67 (2000): 131–36
“Somewere in My Heart:
Remembrances of C. A. Meier”

68 (2001): 17–22
“The Shadow and the Caged Bird:
Monica Serra”

69 (2002): 177–85
McELVAIN, Ingmarie
“Looking for Mother:
The Power of the Mother Complex in the Films of Ingmar Bergman”

73 (2005): 133–51
McGOVERN, Hugh
“The Celtic Tiger”
79 (2008): 187–91
McGRATH CALLAN, George
“Cultural Rupture:
A Call to Poetic Insurgency”

81 (2009): 115–27
McGUIRE, William
“Footnotes on Jung and Transcendentalism”
1971: 136–40
“R. F. C. Hull: Recollections”
1975: 68–76
“Jung in America, 1924–1925”
1978: 37–53
“The Arcane Summer School”
1980: 146–56
“How Jung Counseled a Distressed Parent”
1981: 185–91
“Jung’s Complex Reactions (1907):
Word Association Experiments Performed by Binswanger”

1984: 1–34
“Jung and Eranos in America”
1984: 51–59
McLEAN, Margot
“Art and Nature:
Thoughts in and out of the Studio”

75 (2006): 107–19
McLAUGHLIN, David
“Sonnet for John Layard (1891–1974)”
1975: 67
McNEELY, Deldon Anne
“Walking the Crooked Mile”
77 (2007): 149–67
McNEIL, Shirley Frances
“Travel and the Soul’s Geography of Yearning”
76 (2006): 257–77
MEIER, Carl Alfred
“Ancient Incubation and Modern Psychotherapy”
1953: 59–74
MEIER, Isabella
“The Swiss as Hobbits, Gnomes, and Tricksters of Europe”
86 (2011): 39–54
MELANDER, Leigh
“Paradox Neverending:
Psyche and the Soul on the Web:
A Conversation with Derek Robinson”

80 (2008): 207–25
“Dragon Fire: Finding Voice in the Catskill Mountains”
91 (2014): 41–52
MERCURIO, Robert M.
“Imagination and Spirituality”
82 (2009): 13–24
MERLINI, Fabio
“Eranos:
A Space and Time for Thought”

92 (2015): 39–56
MERSKIN, Debra
“Re-Visioning Eco-Psychology:
Seeing through Dream Animals to Species in Peril”

83 (2010): 297–317
METZGER, Deena
“Birth and Rebirth in the Eleusinian Mysteries”
66 (1999): 75–82
MEYER, Ruth
“The Archive of Soles:
Walking in the Soulscape of History”

76 (2006): 279–305
MEYERHOFF, Hilde
“Klee and the Fir Tree”
1967: 55–64
MICHEL, Rudolf
“Pictures in Analytical Psychology”
1964: 68–73
MICKLEM, Niel
“On Hysteria:
The Mythical Syndrome”

1974: 147–65
“The Intolerable Image:
The Mythic Background of Psychosis”

1979: 1–18
“Lightning Conduction and the Psychopathology of Convulsion”
1983: 131–44
MILES, Jack
“In Impious America”
52 (1992): 20–26
MILLER, David L.
“Achelous and the Butterfly:
Toward an Archetypal Psychology of Humor”

1973: 1–23
Ad Maiorem Gloriam Castaliae:
Hermann Hesse and the Greek Gods and Goddesses”

1975: 152–62
“Fairy Tale or Myth?”
1976: 157–64
“Theology’s Ego/Religion’s Soul”
1980: 78–88
“The ‘Stone’ Which Is Not a Stone:
C. G. Jung and the Postmodern Meaning of Meaning”

49 (1989): 110–22
“Why Men are Mad!
Nothing-Envy and the Fascration Complex”

51 (1991): 71–79
“Animadversions”
54 (1993): 19–31
“The Fire Is in the Mind”
56 (1994): 78–91
“The Death of the Clown:
A Loss of Wits in the Postmodern Movement”

58 (1995): 69–82
“… Until God’s Absence Helps!”
84 (2010): 73–90
“On the Edge of the Round Table:
Eranos and Theological Studies”

92 (2015): 155–67
MILLER, David L. and Stanton MARLAN
“What Is the Legacy of the Dead?
Jung’s Memories and the Case of Zola’s Missing Book”

77 (2007): 277–88
MILLER, Kristie
“The Letters of C. G. Jung and Medill and Ruth McCormick”
50 (1990): 1–25
MILLER, Melvin E.
“Reflections on Genjokoan, Kintsugi, and Participation Mystique:
Mutual Transformation through Shared Brokenness”

89 (2013): 115–24
MILLER, Ross
“Jesse Helms Is Right”
50 (1990): 141–47
MILLS, Nicolaus
“Mississippi 1964:
Remembering the 1960s Good War”

50 (1990): 82–92
MITCHELL, Laura H.
“Charting the Ecological Imagination:
Between Leaf and Hand”

76 (2006): 111–27
MITROFF, Ian L.
“Science’s Apollonic Moon:
A Study in the Psychodynamics of Modern Science”

1974: 102–12
MOGENSON, Greg
“Children of Hell”
55 (1994): 18–50
“Mourning and Metapsychology:
An Archetypal View”

58 (1995): 51–68
“Infantalizing the Archetypes”
63 (1998): 45–54
“Slinking Towards Bethlehem:
A Prospective View of Shame”

67 (2000): 19–38
“The Afterlife of the Image:
On Jung and Mourning”

71 (2004): 89–112
“The Eyes of the Background:
Nature, Spirit, and Fire-Sided Psychoanalysis”

75 (2006): 43–67
“The Place of Interpretation:
Absolute Interiority and the Subject of Psychology”

77 (2007): 53–77
“Jungian Analysis Post Mortem Dei
84 (2010): 207–70
MOLCHANOV, Elaine
“Parallel Journeys:
On the Way to Jung and India”

90 (2013): 287–99
MOLCHANOV, Elaine and Al COLLINS
“Churning the Milky Ocean: Poison and Nectar in Carl Jung’s India”
90 (2013): 23–75
MOONEY, Edward F.
“Whatever Happened to Ordinary Subjectivity?
Recovering an Aspiration for Passion, Poetry, and Wisdom”

77 (2007): 171–90
MOORE, Thomas
“Musical Therapy”
1978: 128–35
Animus Mundi:
Or the Bull at the Center of the World”

1987: 116–32
“The Theology of Disease”
52 (1992): 107–16
“The John Moriarty I Knew”
79 (2008): 168–70
MORGAN, Frank
“Experiences in Navajo Healing”
87 (2012): 155–63
MORIARTY, John
“ ‘The Third Battle of Magh Tuired’:
An Excerpt from Dreamtime

79 (2008): 170–74
MULLER-PAISNER, Vera and G. A. BRADSHAW
“Freud and the Family Horse:
Exploration into Equine Psychotherapy”

83 (2010): 211–35
MULVEY, Christina
“The Sublime in the Ordinary:
An Appreciation of Eavan Boland and Her Poetry”

79 (2008): 141–50
MURAMOTO, Shoji
“Completing the Memoirs:
The Passages Omitted or Transposed in the English and Japanese Versions of Jung’s Autobiography”

1987: 163–72
“Calming the Mind (An-hsin):
The Early Chinese Zen Buddhism and Psychotherapy”

89 (2013): 59–70
MURDOCK, Maureen
“The Irish American Psyche”
79 (2008): 231–40
MURROW, Brenda
“Developing Beyond a Narcissistic Relationship with Animals”
83 (2010): 279–96
 
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NAGEL, Hildegard
“The Challenge of Fire”
1946: 24–32
“Goethe’s Mephistopheles”
1949: 21–39
Antwort an Hiob:
Subjective Reflections”

1954: 1–12
“Faces of Time”
1964: 47–59
“That the Scriptures Might Be Fullfilled: A Story”
1965: 49–56
NANTE, Bernardo
“Eranos:
The Study of Religion as a Religious Phenomenon”

92 (2015): 171–90
NELSON, Elizabeth Eowyn
“Conflict as Creative Act:
Psyche’s Knife, Separatio, and the Feeling Function”

74 (2006): 297–314
NERICCIO, William Anthony
“Sick Culture:
Fuentes, Ewen, Lotringer, and Gates”

50 (1990): 159–74
NEUMANN, Erich
“On the Moon and Matriarchal Consciousness”
1954: 83–100
“The Psyche and the Transformation of the Reality Planes:
A Metapsychological Attempt”

1956: 81–111
“In Honor of the Centenary of Freud’s Birth”
1957: 45–51
“Creative Man and Transformation”
1958: 1–32
“The Psychological Stages of Feminine Development
(from The Psychology of the Feminine)”

1959: 63–97
“Mystical Man”
1961: 9–49
“Narcissism, Normal Self-Formation, and the Primary Relation to the Mother”
1966: 81–106
NEWMAN, K. D.
“Counter-Transference and Consciousness”
1980: 117–27
NEWTON, Lara
“Deirdre of the Sorrows”
79 (2008): 31–39
NIXON, Greg
“American Education:
Horror of Experience”

62 (1997): 55–70
“Education as Mythic Image”
69 (2002): 91–113
NOEL, Daniel C.
“Veiled Kabir: C. G. Jung’s Phallic Self-Image”
1974: 224–42
“Realizing Dreams: Star Wars, "Star Tours," and the Anima Machinae
1988: 27–39
NOLL, Richard
“Jung the Leontocephalus
53 (1992): 12–60
“Max Nordau’s Degradation
55 (1994): 67–79
NORIEGA, Maria de Jesús
“Soul Speed”
80 (2008): 153–68
NOSCHIS, Kaj
“Cultural Tourism and Soul Care: Traveling to Recover the Anima Mundi
85 (2011): 187–98
NOWLIN, Brian
“ ‘and death was a mist about him’:
Notes toward a Homeric Poetics of Violence”

81 (2009): 103–14
NUGENT, Anthony
“Quicksilver in Twilight:
A Close Encounter with a Hermetic Eye”

1978: 1–16
 
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O’DONAGHUE, David
“Orpheus and the Birth of Non-Representational Art”
71 (2004): 43–50
O’KEEFFE, Susie
“Imagining Coexistence:
What Grizzly Bears Have to Teach Us”

83 (2010): 61–77
OERI, Albert
“Some Youthful Memories of C. G. Jung”
1970: 182–89
OERTLY, Alda
“Kundry”
1942: 71–79
OLIVIER, Richard
“Fame:
Fire of the Gods”

63 (1998): 33–44
OLSON, Susan
The Phantom of the Opera:
Angel of Music or Demon Lover?”

73 (2005): 176–92
ORTIZ HILL, Michael
“C. G. Jung in the Heart of Darkness”
61 (1997): 125–33
“Into Yet Another Heart:
A Chapter from Gathering in the Names

67 (2000): 155–60
OSTROWSKI, Margaret
“Anima Images in Carl Spitteler’s Poetry”
1962: 67–88
OTTMANN, Klaus
“A Sense of Place”
79 (2008): 219–28
OVID
“Byblis & Caunus”
(translated by Charles Boer)

1987: 34–39
 
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PALMER, James
“Hitchcock’s Strangers on the Train and Leconte’s Man on the Train:
Denying and Befriending the Shadow”

73 (2005): 193–13
The Lives of Others and the Individuation of HGW XX/7”
80 (2008): 187–206
PARDO, Enrique
“The Theatres of Boredom:
Two Gateways to Imagination”

1988: 166–76
“Pan’s ‘Theatre of the World’:
Notes on ‘Object-Metaphor’ ”

49 (1989): 76–84
“Electricity in Hell:
Notes on the Work of Romeo Castellucci and Praise for Italy”

67 (2000): 161–74
PARIS, Ginette
“If You Invite the Gods to Your Marriage”
60 (1996): 47–54
“Broken Promises”
64 (1998): 171–84
PASSERINI, Luisa
“Toward a History of the Imaginary in Contemporary Italy”
52 (1992): 50–60
PAULSEN, Alma A.
“The Spirit Mercury As Related to the Individuation Process”
1966: 107–20
PEARSON, M. H.
“Some Ideas on Science and Religion”
1947: 40–58
PECK, John
Etwas geschah:
Orphaned Event and its Adoptions”

84 (2010): 143–62
PERLMAN, Michael
“Phaethon and the Thermonuclear Chariot”
1983: 87–108
“Images Remember”
50 (1990): 57–64
“Trees of Pain and Death ”
55 (1994): 1–17
PERLUSS, Betsy.
“Touching Earth, Finding Spirit:
A Passage into the Symbolic Landscape”

76 (2006): 201–22
PERRI, William D.
“The Dominant/Submissive, Sociopathic/Histrionic Archetype”
52 (1992): 39–49
PERRY, John Weir
“Societal Implications of the Renewal Process”
1971: 153–67
PIGNATELLI, Paola Coppola
“The Dialectics of Urban Architecture:
Hestia and Hermes”

1985: 42–49
PIKES, Noah
“Giving Voices to Hell”
55 (1994): 51–66
PLATEK, Barbara
“Embodied Imagination:
A Conversation with Robert Bosnak”

78 (2007): 321–32
POLLACK, Rachel
“Aphrodite—Transsexual Goddess of Passion”
57 (1995): 1–17
“Breaking the Will of Heaven:
The Abduction/Marriage of Hades and Persephone”

60 (1996): 55–74
“The Four Rabbis Who Entered Paradise:
An Oracular Reading of a Jewish Mystical Tale”

66 (1999): 101–12
PORTMANN, Adolf
“Jung’s Biology Professor:
Some Recollections”

1976: 148–54
“What Living Form Means to Us”
1982: 27–38
“The Orientation and World Relation of Animals”
1986: 1–15
PORTMANN, Adolf and Rudolf RITSEMA
“Eranos and its Meaning”
92 (2015): 277–82
POURTOVA, Elena
“The Hope of Finding Home:
Exploring the Wandering Complex”

85 (2011): 103–123
POWER, Pamela J.
“Melancholia and Catastrophic Change:
An Essay on the film Melancholia (2011)”

88 (2012): 201–15
PRATT, Jane Abbott
“Theories of Mythology”
1944: 54–61
“The Inner Mountain”
1947: 103–18
“The Symbolism of the Mountain in Time of Flood”
1955: 64–82
PURCHASE, Eric
“War Hysteria and the Poet of Antiquity”
51 (1991): 120–25
PYE, Lori
“The Naïve Dream of the Return to Nature:
A Depth Psychological Perspective on Environment”

76 (2006): 145–52
 
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QUAGLINO, Gian Piero
“Carl Gustav Jung:
His Life Before His Works”

92 (2015): 87–103
 
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R
       
RANSLEY, Richard
“What’s Aphrodite Got to Do with It?
The Education of a Sex Offender Therapist”

69 (2002): 73–89
RASCHE, Jörg
“Who am I? India, Jung, and Me”
85 (2011): 187–98
RASULA, Jed
“Charles Olson and Robert Duncan:
Mythologistical Grounding”

1979: 102–17
REIMER, Catherine Swan
“The Inupiat Eskimo, the Land, the Ghosts, and Carl G. Jung”
87 (2012): 173–92
REIS, Patricia
“Mnemosyne’s Well of Remembrance”
70 (2004): 85–104
“Where the Wild Things Are:
Dreaming the Bioregion”

83 (2010): 99–118
“1,000 Tongues:
A Conversation with Terry Tempest Williams”

91 (2014): 7–30
RELPH-WIKMAN, Monika
“Reflections on the Life and Work of Gret Baumann-Jung (1906–1995)”
66 (1999): 147–59
RIKLIN, Franz
“The Crisis of Middle Life”
1970: 6–14
RITSEMA, Rudolf
“Notes for Differentiating Some Terms in the I Ching
1970: 111–25; 1971: 141–52
“The Corrupted:
A Study of the 18th Hexagram in the I Ching

1972: 90–109
“The Pit and the Brilliance:
A Study of the 29th and 30th Hexagrams in the I Ching

1973: 142–52
“The Quake and the Bound:
A Study of the 51st and 52nd Hexagrams in the I Ching

1976: 191–212; 1977: 89–104
“The Great’s Vigour:
A Study of the 34th Hexagram in the I Ching, with a Note on Consulting the I Ching

1978: 183–206
“The Hidden:
A Study of the 4th Hexagram in the I Ching

1979: 165–88
“Adorning:
A Study of the 22nd Hexagram in the I Ching

1982: 36–69
“Analyzing:
A Study of the 40th Hexagram in the I Ching

1984: 77–104
RITSEMA, Rudolf and Adolf PORTMANN
“Eranos and its Meaning”
92 (2015): 277–82
ROBINSON, Christa
“Eranos:
A Place, an Encounter, a Story”

86 (2011): 165–82
RODEWALD, Alice
“The Venerable Sign”
1944: 75–90
ROMANYSHYN, Robert D.
“ ‘Anyway why did it have to be the death of the poet?’
The Orphic Roots of Jung’s Psychology”

71 (2004): 55–88
“The Melting Polar Ice:
Revisiting Technology as Symptom and Dream

80 (2008): 79–116
“Who Is Wolfgang Giegerich?”
84 (2010): 273–310
ROMARE, Ingela
“The Feminine Principle in Film:
Reflections on Film in Relation to the Human Psyche”

73 (2005): 90–100
ROSEN, David H.
“Response to Wolfgang Giegerich’s
‘The Psychologist as Repentance Preacher and Revivalist:
Robert Romanyshyn on the Melting Polar Ice’ ”

84 (2010): 325–26
“Haiku and the Healing Way”
89 (2013): 125–32
ROSSI, Ernest Lawrence
“Creativity and the Nature of the Numinosum:
The Psychosocial Genomics of Jung’s Transcendent Function
in Art, Science, and Psychotherapy”

72 (2005): 313–37
ROTHENBERG, Rose Emily
“Psychic Wounds and Body Scars:
An Exploration into the Psychology of Keloid Formation”

1944: 141–54
ROWLAND, Susan
“Nature Writing:
Jung’s Eco-Logic in the Cunjunctio of Comedy and Tragedy”

75 (2006): 275–97
“Oedipus in an Irish Bog:
Seamus Heaney, Freud, and Jung”

79 (2008): 151–66
“Robert Romanyshyn and Wolfgang Giegerich:
Poles Apart”

84 (2010): 311–21
ROY, Manisha
“C. G. Jung and India:
Is a Mutual Understanding Possible?”

90 (2013): 273–85
RUBIN, Jeffrey B.
“On Being a Zen Psychoanalyst:
The Union of Presence, Meaning, and Intimacy”

89 (2013): 37–46
RUPPRECHT, Carol Schreier
“The Martial Maid and the Challenge of Androgyny”
1974: 269–93
RUST, Dorothea
Alles Wird Gut, 47° 9′ / 8° 32′:
69 Video Stills on Canvas”

86 (2011): 157–64
 
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SABBADINI, Augusto Shantena
“Eranos, Synchronicity, and the I Ching:
l A Personal Journey”

92 (2015): 295–317
SABINI, Meredith
“Temple to Gravity”
75 (2006): 130–53
SALMAN, Sherry
“True Imagination”
74 (2006): 175–88
SALVATORE, Gianfranco
“Orpheus Before Orpheus:
The Myth of the Magic Citharode”

1972: 171–92
SAMUELS, Andrew
“Fragmentary Vision:
A Central Training Aim”

1981: 215–25
“Dethroning the Self”
1983: 43–58
“Pluralism and the Post-Jungans:
A Reply to Peter Bishop”

1988: 189–96
SANDNER, Donald F.
“Healing Symbolism in Navaho Religion”
1972: 132–43
SARDELLO, Robert J.
“City As Metaphor, City As Mystery”
1981: 215–25
“The Suffering Body of the City:
Cancer, Heart Attack, and Herpes”

1983: 145–64
“On Seeing Through the World”
1983: 207–11
“Taking the Side of Things: Notes on Psychological Activism”
1984: 127–35
“Saving the Things or How to Avoid the Bomb”
1985: 28–41
“The Illusion of infection:
A Cultural Psychology of AIDS”

1988: 15–26
SARTORIUS, Bernard
“A Collective Symbolic Life of Nothingness in Postmodern Times”
82 (2009): 171–83
SCHÄR, Hans
“Carl Gustav Jung Memorial Address”
1962: 4–18
SCHAERF, Rivkah
“King Saul and the Spirit of God”
1948: 47–69
“The Image of the Marriage between God and Israel
As It Occurs in the Prophets of the Old Testament, Especially Ezekiel XVI.50”

1950: 70–89
SCHENK, Ronald
“Myths of Meaning”
56 (1994): 19–39
“The Alchemical Attitude of the Analytic Mind:
An Introductory Primer on Prima Materia for Initial Beginners an the Start”

74 (2006): 151–74
SCHERMER, Barbara
“Nothing New Under the Sun”
66 (1999): 29–42
SCHNEEBAUM, Ron
“The A.D.D. Project”
65 (1999): 55–62
SCHIERSON, Grace Jill
“Unconscious and Conscious Meet Self and self:
Depth Psychology and Zen Meditation”

89 (2013): 47–58
SCHIWY, Marlene A.
Deep Song: Envoicing the Motherline”
91 (2014): 53–70
SCHOEN, David
“Hurricanes, Lightning Bugs, and Individuation”
75 (2006): 156–69
SCHWARTZ, Nathan J.
“A Seminar with C. G. Jung:
Comments on a Child’s Dream (1936–37)”

1974: 200–23
SCHWARTZ, Nathan J. and Sandra Ross
“On the Coupling of Psychic Entropy and Negentropy”
1970: 67–90
“A Note on the So-Called Destructive Aspect of Psychotherapy”
1972: 219–22
SCHWARTZ-SALANT, Nathan
“The Alchemical Prima Materia in Relationship”
74 (2006): 137–50
SCHWEIZER, Andreas
“ ‘Observe Nature and You Will Find the Stone’:
Reflections on the Alchemical Treatise ‘Komarios to Cleopatra’ ”

82 (2009): 81–100
SEBRELL, C. L.
“Marry the Gardener!”
60 (1996): 75–82
“Anaïs Nin and the American Invention”
62 (1997): 121–29
SELIG, Jennifer Leigh
“America’s Selective Remembering and Collective Forgetting of Martin Luther King, Jr.”
78 (2007): 219–41
SELLS, Benjamin
“Ethics after the Fall”
56 (1994): 53–64
“Answers and Explanations:
Fundamentalism as a Variety of Rational Experience”

68 (2001): 1–16
“Teaching with Style”
69 (2002): 1–10
“Toward a Psychology of Ideas”
77 (2007): 135–47
SELVAM, Raja
“Jung and Consciousness”
90 (2013): 155–77
SENGUPTA, Sulangna
“Samudra Manthana:
Reflections on an Ancient Indian Myth”

90 (2013): 207–25
SERAFINI-SAULI, Judy
“Life after Film”
52 (1992): 99–106
SERGEANT, Elizabeth Shepley
“Redskin Nephew”
1944: 91–110
SEVERSON, Randolph and Barbara Fisher GILL
“C. G. Jung on the Psychological”
1979: 202–20
SEXSON, Lynda
“Magpies, The Robber Muses”
70 (2004): 71–83
SGARZI, Juli A.
“Healing a Warrior World”
81 (2009): 243–63
“Sacred Travel, Divine Traveler”
85 (2011): 227–45
SHALIT, Erel
“An Interview from Israel”
60 (1996): 93–109
SHAMAS, Laura
“Francine Prose’s The Lives of the Muses
70 (2004): 15–22
SHAMDASANI, Sonu
“A Woman Called Frank”
50 (1990): 26–56
“Automatic Writing and the Discovery of the Unconscious”
54 (1993): 100–31
“Reading Jung Backwards?
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55 (1994): 110–27
“Memories, Dreams, Omissions”
57 (1995): 115–37
“The Lost Contributions of Maria Moltzer to Analytical Psychology:
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64 (1998): 103–120
“Erratic Visions”
64 (1998): 127–134
SHAPIRO, Kenneth J.
“A Critique of Introversion”
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SHEN, Heyong
“The Garden of the Heart and Soul:
Psychological Relief Work in Earthquake Zones and Orphanages in Chinan”

88 (2012): 61–73
SHENK, Ron
“Captain America and His Zealous Blast”
81 (2009): 1–21
SHERRY, Jay
“Jung, the Jews, and Hitler”
1986: 163–75
“Turning a Blind Eye:
Misreading Jung”

64 (1998): 121–26
SHERWOOD, Dyane N.
“Alchemical Images, Implicit Communication, and Transitional States”
74 (2006): 233–62
SHUGAR, Mordechai
“Is Magic Still Alive?”
59 (1996): 157–66
SHUKMAN, Henry
“Light and Dark: Koans and Dreams”
89 (2013): 15–24
SIEFF, Daniela
“Confronting Death Mother:
An Interview with Marion Woodman”

81 (2009): 177–99
“Neurobiology in the Consulting Room:
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84 (2010): 327–48
SIEGEL, James E.
“The Idea of the Microcosm:
A New Interpretation”

67 (2000): 51–76
SIMMER, Stephen
“The Academy of the Dead:
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1981: 89–106
SINGER, Thomas
“A Personal Reflection on Politics and the American Soul”
78 (2007): 149–75
SINGY, Patrick
“Tissot and L’Onanisme:
A Shadow in the Enlightenment”

65 (1999): 33–54
SIPIORA, Michael
“A Soul’s Journey:
Albert Camus, Tuberculosis, and Aphrodite”

1981: 163–76
SKAFTE, Dianne Patrick
“The Sybils:
Bridging Personal Identity and Oracular Knowing”

61 (1997): 100–112
SLATER, Glen
“Re-Sink the Titanic”
62 (1997): 104–120
“Archetypal Perspective and American Film”
73 (2005): 1–19
“Cyborgian Drift:
Resistance Is Not Futile”

75 (2006): 171–95
“A Mythology of Bullets”
81 (2009): 23–36
“No ‘As If,’ No Between:
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84 (2010): 181–205
SLATTERY, Dennis Patrick
“Tending the Muse of Poetry:
Polyhymnia, Myth, and Dream”

70 (2004): 117–29
“Mystic Faces, History’s Traces:
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79 (2008): 251–72
“The Wonder of Wandering:
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85 (2011): 165–86
SMITH, Ann C.
“The Last Hour:
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65 (1999): 151–62
SMITH, Arnold
“What Can Artificial Intelligence Show Us About Ourselves?”
80 (2008): 57–75
SMITH-HANSSEN, Kate
“Medea and Mothers Who Kill”
81 (2009): 165–76
SOLOMON, Jon
“Juliet of the Mytho-Historical Spirits”
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SORGE, Giovanni
“Jung’s Hermeneutic of the Yantra and the Mandala:
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90 (2013): 77–104
SPIEGELMAN, J. Marvin
“Notes from the Underground:
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1970: 196–211
“Psychology and the Occult”
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“The Image of the Jungian Analyst and the Problem of Authority”
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SPITZER, Anais
“In the Mirror of Myth:
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67 (2000): 39–50
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“In the Absence of a Mother Tongue”
91 (2014): 85–96
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“Technology and Non-Efficient Practices”
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“Global Warming:
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“Jung and Tantra”
90 (2013): 179–203
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“Why Does the Woman in the Home Movie Look So Sad?”
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“Hephaistos:
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“Narcissus”
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“Hera: Bound and Unbound”
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78 (2007): 315–20
“Symbol as Psychic Transformer”
82 (2009): 1–12
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“The Animus and Impersonal Sexuality”
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“Transference and Individuation:
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“The Incest Wound”
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“Body and Psyche:
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STEWART, Jane Alexander
“Transformations in the Mythic Construct of the Hero:
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“A Review of C. G. Jung and the Sioux Traditions:
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STONE, M. Eleanor
“Democracy and the Incarnation”
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“Rumpelstiltskin:
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“Cellular Resonance and the Sacred Feminine:
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“William James and C. G. Jung”
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THAYER, Ellen
“Unconscious Attitudes toward the Group”
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WATKINS, Mary
“The Waking Dream in European Psychotherapy”
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“Six Approaches to the Image in Art Therapy”
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“The Characters Speak Because They Want to Speak”
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“Shadows of Eros:
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“Beyond Echo and Cassandra:
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“Religious Aspects of Life Problems in Analysis”
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“The Destiny Concept in Psychotherapy”
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“On Agression”
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“Nature, Symbol and Imaginal Reality”
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“Prefatory Remarks to Jung’s ‘Reply to Buber’ ”
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WHITNEY, Elizabeth
“Tarok, Tarot or Taroc”
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WICKES, Frances G.
“A Question”
1941: 107–9
“The Creative Process”
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WILHELM, Hellmut
“The Creative Principle in the Book of Changes (I Ching)”
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“On Sacrifice in the I Ching
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“Wanderings of the Spirit and Hexagram 56 in the I Ching
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WILHELM, Richard
“The Circulation of Events as Depicted in the Chinese Book of Changes”
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“Death and Renewal”
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WILKE, H.-J.
“On Depressive Delusion”
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WILLIAMS, Robert
“Socrates and the Myths of the Soul”
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“Epic Dreams and Heroic Ego”
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“A Few Thoughts on the Process of Individuation in Women”
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WOLFF-WINDEGG, Philipp
“Thoreau Goes West:
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1973: 283–88
“C. G. Jung—Bachofen, Burckhardt, and Basel”
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WOLFSOHN, Alfred
“Notes on ‘Orpheus’ ”
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WOLNER, Edward W.
The Postmodern Moment in Architecture
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“Urania:
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“Emily Dickinson and the Daimon Lover”
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“The Eye That Cannot See”
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“Nietzsche’s Madness As Soul-Making:
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“Marion Woodman’s ‘Vale of Soul-Making’ ”
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“Thin Places and Thin Times”
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“The Imitation of Jung:
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ZAMPIERI, Valentina Lucia
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“Rousseauian Optimism, Natural Distress, and Dream Research”
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“Rheumatics and Stoics:
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1979: 19–28
“On Pain and Punishment”
1982: 263–78
ZIMMER, Heinrich
“The Involuntary Creation: A Hindu Myth”
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“Dr. Jung’s Impress on My Profession”
1941: 104–5
“The Indian World Mother”
1960: 53–86
“The Hindu View of World History According to the Puranic Myths”
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“Notes on the Kundalini Yoga”
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“The Chakras of Kundalini Yoga”
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ZIMMER, Henry R.
“The Guidance of the Soul in Hinduism”
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“Integrating the Evil:
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ZINKIN, Louis
“Is There Still a Place for the Medical Model?”
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ZOJA, Luigi
“Observations in Transit between Zürich and Milan”
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“Violent Hearts:
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“Catastrophe and Dreams”
88 (2012): 151–62
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“My Journey to the East”
58 (1995): 37–50
ZWELLING, Jeremy
“The Terrestrial Jerusalem:
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51 (1991): 107–19