Road After Jung - discussion group

Road After Jung Scholars, Hope you can join us next Tuesday, April 29th, 7:30pm. Given the resurgence of interest in Hillman, we will discuss the article "Revolt or Revolution? Hillman, Giegerich and the Completion of the Psychological Move" that stitches together Hillman and Giegerich in ways that connect important points in the post-Jungian path. To access the article online visit:

THE ROAD AFTER JUNG, Reading Group moderated by Mark Warford, PhD, and Frank Beurskens

Time: April, 29th, 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM

Members $8 / Non-Members $10 / Students FREE / per session

Followers of Jung, (James Hillman, Marion Woodman, Rafael Lopez-Pedraza, Wolfgang Giegerich, to name a few), have opened many paths to navigate Jung’s approach to psychology. This learning community will select, read and discuss one post-Jungian book each month. Mark and Frank will co-moderate the discussion. Come prepared to embark on this “Road after Jung” beginning with Wolfgang Giegerich’s What is Soul? Introduced by Frank Beurskens, this controversial Jungian psychologist / philosopher pushes the boundaries (and the buttons) of many Jungians.
Mark Warford is President of APSWNY and Associate Professor of Spanish and Foreign Language Education at Buffalo State College. He received his PhD from The University of Tennessee and publishes in the areas of teacher development and sociocultural theory.
Frank Beurskens, vice-president of APSWNY, is a student of Jungian works.

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  • Mark W.

    Frank, thanks for your capable and challenging facilitation. Great stuff! For those of you might be interested in joining us ´down the road´, The ´Road After Jung´ reading-discussion group would like your input on topics for the[masked] cycle. What would you like to explore. Here´s the link, please feel free to share with anyone you think might be interested (you may need to copy and paste onto your browser):

    April 30

    • Frank B.

      Thx Mark - nice job on survey

      May 1

  • A former member
    A former member

    I enjoyed the discussion . A very diversified group.

    1 · April 29

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