"Carl Gustav Jung and the Red Book," Symposium
In conjunction with the exhibition The Red Book of Carl G. Jung: Its Origins and Influence, the Library of Congress sponsored "Carl Gustav Jung and the Red Book," a symposium to examine this seminal work and the Swiss psychiatrist who created it. The seminar was held on Saturday, June 19, 2010, in the Coolidge Auditorium of the Library's Thomas Jefferson Building.
The three sessions of the symposium, featuring eminent Jungian scholars, were filmed and can be viewed on the Library of Congress website at the links below.
- "Jung and the Red Book," Part 1
- "Jung and the Red Book," Part 2
- "Jung and Aging: Bringing to Life the Possibilities & Potentials for Vital Aging"
The symposium was sponsored by the Library with support from the James Madison Council of the Library of Congress, the Oswald Family Foundation, the Hon. J. Richard Fredericks, the Embassy of Switzerland, the Jung Society of Washington, the Philemon Foundation, the Archives for Research in Archetypal Symbolism, the International Association for Analytical Psychology, the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, and the Hon. Joseph B. Gildenhorn.