Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Carl Jung - The Red Book >> online exhibition : An Unconscious Assault + related

The Wise Guide the the LoC : An Unconscious Assault:
"Nearly a century after its creation, 'The Red Book” is the subject of an online exhibition, which complements an exhibition that was physically on view at the Library June 17-September 25, 2010.

The 205-page illustrated manuscript—in the author’s own hand—had been locked in a vault after Jung’s death. With permission from Jung’s heirs, W.W. Norton published a facsimile edition in October 2009. The original work, created between 1914 and 1930, was brought from the Foundation of the Works of C.G. Jung to the United States to be displayed in New York, Los Angeles and the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C."

To coincide with the opening of the physical exhibition, the Library hosted a symposium on Jung and “The Red Book,” which is now available as a webcast: part one and part two.
In addition to the Jung online exhibition, the Library also has on virtual display “Sigmund Freud: Conflict and Culture,” which examines Freud’s life, his key ideas, and their impact on the 20th century.

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