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Uniwersytet Wrocławski

Instytut Filozofii

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The Honor Chair of the Conference is Professor Robert Segal (University of Aberdeen)

Conference-Programme-18052019_BEST (PDF / 196.92 kb)


Thursday – 06.06.2019

8:00 - Registration

9:00 - The Conference Opening

9:10-9:55     (Keynote speaker) Prof. Robert Segal – The Study of Myth Today: The Place of Jungian Psychology

(University of Aberdeen, UK)

10:00-10:30 Prof. Maria Kostyszak – Therapy of Shadow in Film and Literature - Philosophical Perspective

(University of Wroclaw, Poland)

10:35-11:20 (Keynote speaker) John Beebe – “Why is this Real?”

(IAAP, Past President of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, US)

11:20-11:30 Discussion

11:30 - 11:40 Tea break

11:40-12:10 Johann Graaff (PhD) - Wotan and Cats: Reframing Jungian Sociology for the Early 21st Century

(University of Cape Town, South Africa)


12:15-12:45 Josefa Bayes-King (MA) - Return to Indigenous Art Forms: potential for Healing

(IAAP, Australia)

12:45-12:55 Discussion

12:55 - 14:15 Lunch

14:15-14:45 Gustavo Orlandeli Marques - Portuguese Sebastianism as an intersection field between the right and left political forces in the Brazilian 2018 presidential elections

(SBPA, Brazil)

14:50-15:20 Prof. Ilona Błocian - Archetypal Pattern of Imagination. Social Imaginarium

(University of Wroclaw, Poland)

15:25-15:55 Ewa Kwiatkowska (PhD) - Dilemmas of Interpreting C.G. Jung’s conception in the Context of the Cultural Issues

(University of Wroclaw, Poland)

15:55-16:05  Discussion

16:05 - 16:15 Tea break

16:15-16:45 Bojana Stamenkovic (MD) - In the Quest for Temenos: Serbian Cultural Complexes

(IM of IAAP, Serbia)

16:50-17:20  Patrycja Neumann - The hero as a dominant mythical motif in Western culture and its relevance nowadays. The postulates of Jung and his followers

(University of Wroclaw, Poland)

17:20-17:30   Discussion    

 Friday – 07.06.2019

9:00             The Second Day Opening

9:10-9:55     (Keynote speaker – Video lecture) Murray Stein (PhD)

"Mob Psychology - Who is Free of It?"

 (IAAP, Switzerland)


10:00-10:30 Prof. Vicky Jo Varner - The Lost Art of Personification

(University of Philosophical Research, US)

10:30-10:40  Discussion

10:40-10:50 Tea break

10:50-11:20 Norifumi Kishimoto (MD) - Trace of Psychological Impact in the Drawings by Cancer Patients

(Shizuoka General Hospital, Shizuoka, Japan)


 11:25-11:55 Lidar Shany - Erich Neumann’s Great Mother, Andre’ Green’s Dead Mother, and Ecopsychology

 (Pacifica Graduate Institute CA)

12:00-12:30   Ronald G. Kellestine  (MA) - Sculptural Subterranean Tectonic Movement Collective Unconsciousness, Modern Social Motion, and the Search for Persona and True Self


12:30-12:40  Discussion

12:40 - 14:15 Lunch


14:15-14:45 Agnieszka Tarwid Löfström – On the Feminity of God

 (IAAP, Sweden)

14:45-15:15 Hannah Hennebert (MA, NCC) - The Archetypal Feminine in the Kaxinawá Archetypal Stories: A Jungian and Post-Colonial Approach

 (Saybrook University, US)

15:20-15:50   Kamila Rainko (MD) - The heroine from the shadows - the fierce feminine in popular cinematography

(IAAP, Poland)

15:50-16:00  Discussion

16:00-16:10 Tea break

16:10-16:40 Andrew Kuzmicki (PhD) - Thinking of A Social Hierarchy as an Instinctual and Archetypal Phenomenon

(Polish Online Journal of Analytical Psychology, JungPoland.org, UK)


16:45-17:15 Arian Kowalski (MA) - The Fellowship of the Ring as a collective structure of imagination in the light of Aristotle's theory of friendship and Jungian concept of the self

(University of Wroclaw, Poland)

17:15-17:25  Discussion

17:25-17:35 Tea break

17:35-18:20  (Keynote speaker – Video lecture) Joe Cambray (PhD)

A 21st Century look at the Concept of the Unconscious.


Saturday – 08.06.2019

9:00             The Third Day Opening

9:10-9:40     Christopher Fortune (PhD) – Planted Like a Tree in the Garden: Interviewing Carl Jung's Son

(Simon Fraser University, Canada)

9:45-10:15    Kathrin Schaeppi (MS, MFA) – Hilma af Klint / C.G. Jung: Illuminating Parallels in their Life and Art

(IAAP, AGAP, SGAP, ASP, Switzerland)

10:15-10:25  Discussion

10:25 - 10:35 Tea break


10:35-11:05 Stefano Carpani (MA, M.Phil.) - The Fall Of The Berlin Wall –

When a Complex change History: The Numinous and Giegerich´s End of Meaning

 (C.G. Jung Institute Zürich-Küsnacht, Department of Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Essex)


11:10-11:40 Joanna Kasha (MA) - 'Civilisation in Transition': Collective Structures of Imagination in XXI Century from The Point View of Analytical Psychology

 (Jagiellonian University, Poland)


11:45-12:15 Emilia Tołkaczew (MA) - The Ego-centrism of Modern Storytelling: Disillusionment and the Death of the Divine

(PAAP, Poland)

12:15-12:25  Discussion

12:25 - 14:00 Lunch

14:00-14:30 Helge Michael Osterhold (PhD, MFT) - Cultural complex, death anxiety and individuation during the times of populism: a dialogue between  Jungian Psychology and Social Psychology

(California Institute of Integral Studies, US)

14:35-15:05 Monica Luci (PhD) - The Wall: Object, Image and Processes in Individual and Collective Psyche

(AIPA, Italy)

15:05-10:15  Discussion

15:15 - 15:25 Tea break


15:25-16:05 Kamila Morawska (MA) - The concept of androgynous imagination and her images-matter. About how Bachelard read Jung

(University of Wroclaw, Poland)

16:05-16:35  Michał Wróblewski (PhD) - Debate  of contemporary magicians – Peterson-Žižek

(University of Gdańsk, Poland)

16:40-17:10 Hannah Hennebert (MA, NCC) - The Amazonian Myth of Honorato and Caninana: A Brazilian Way to Explain the Syzygy

(Saybrook University, US)

17:10-17:30  Discussion ending the conference


17:30 - The End of The Conference