CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF INTEGRAL STUDIES Course Description and Syllabus INSTRUCTOR: Carol Whitfield SEM: Spring YR: 2007 COURSE: EWP 9431-01 Advanced Seminar: Jung UNITS: 3 DESCRIPTION OF COURSE CONTENT The Advanced Seminar is designed to give students an opportunity to immerse themselves in an area of interest within the major topic, in this case Carl Jung. In this format, each student will be responsible for leading a discussion and presenting a paper centered on an aspect of Jungian psychology. Students will also be responsible for providing readings that support their presentation. Everyone will study the area of interest presented by each student, prepare for the lecture by reading the materials given by the presenter, and then participate in the class lead by the presenter. SUMMARY OF EDUCATIONAL PURPOSE The purpose of this advanced seminar is threefold. First, to increase our knowledge of Jung by immersion. Second, to create a forum which allows for an in depth inquiry personalized to the Jungian interests of each student. Third, to give students an opportunity to present a paper and to facilitate group inquiry and discussion. LEARNING OBJECTIVES After completing the course, students will: (1) have gained experience in presenting a paper on their particular area of interest in Jungian psychology and in facilitating group discussion centered on their paper. (2) have a new and deeper understanding of Jung. (3) have updated resources to study Jung, which will include the creation of a Jungian bibliography and reader compiled by the class. LEARNING ACTIVITIES Students will immerse themselves in Jung and write a research paper which they will present to the class. CRITERIA FOR EVALUATION (Specify when due and percent contribution) 1. Presentation of paper and facilitation of group inquiry 2. 15 page research paper using APA format 2. Group participation in student presentations LEVEL OF INSTRUCTION: Ph.D. 25% 50% 25% ENROLLMENT LIMITATIONS: 1. Priority to EWP students. 2. Ph.D. Students only. CLASS SIZE: 10 maximum GRADING OPTIONS: P/F PREREQUISITES: Prior courses in Jung or by consent of the Instructor. REQUIRED TEXTS Course reader. The course reader will be compiled by the class. The following texts are recommended, not required: 1. C.J. Jung (1989); Memories, Dreams, Reflections. New York: Vintage Books 2. Jaffe, Lawrence. (2002). Jung on Soul: Quotations from C.G. Jung on Religious Themes. Unpublished Manuscript. 3. Whitfield, Carol. (1992). The Jungian Myth and Advaita Vedanta. Dissertation. Research Bibliography Jung’s Collected Works and Other Writings Jung, C.G. The Collected Works. (Bollingen Series XX) 20 vols. Trans. R.F.C. Hull. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Psychiatric Studies Experimental Researches The Psychogenesis of Mental Disease Freud and Psychoanalysis Symbols of Transformation Psychological Types Two Essays on Analytical Psychology The Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche Part 1. The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious Part II, Aion: Researches into the Phenomenology of the Self 10. Civilization in Transition 11. Psychology and Religion: West and East 12. Psychology and Alchemy 13. Alchemical Studies 14. Mysterium Coniunctionis 15. The Spirit of Man, Art, and Literature 16. The Practice of Psychotherapy 17. The Development of the Personality 18. The Symbolic Life: Miscellaneous Writings 19. General Bibliography of Jung’s Writings 20. General Index C.G Jung. (1965). Memories, Dreams, Reflections. NY Vintage Books. -------- (1973). Letters. (Bollingen Series XCV). 2 vols. Princeton University Press. Anthologies of Jung’s Writings from the Collected Works C.G Jung. (1960) On the Nature of the Psyche. New Jersey: Princeton University Press. --------. (1958). Answer to Job. New Jersey: Princeton University Press. --------.(1978). Psychology and the East. New Jersey: Princeton University Press. -------- (1984). Psychology of Western Religion. New Jersey: Princeton University Press. Chodorow, Joan, Ed. (1997). Jung on Active Imagination. Encountering Jung Series. New Jersey, Princeton University Press Segal, Robert A., Ed. (1998) Jung on Mythology. Encountering Jung Series. New Jersey: Princeton University Press Shamdasani, Sonu Ed. (1996). The Psychology of Kundalini Yoga: Noted of the Seminar Given in 193 by C.G. Jung. Selection of Quotes by Jung on Different Topics Jacobi, Jolande, Ed. (1953). C.G. Jung : Psychological Reflections—Selections. NY: Harper Torch Books. Jaffe, Lawrence

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