My talk, as described below, will take place at the CG Jung Foundation in New York City, 28 East 39th Street. They do charge $70 for non-members to get in (Jung Foundation Members $55), but I hope that some of you might still be interested in attending.
Saturday, November 2nd, 2013, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
a daylong program led by Dick Russell
James Hillman, is considered the founder of archetypal psychology, an important post-Jungian school of thought. With Hillman’s authorization, Dick Russell has been working on his biography for more than seven years. Volume One of Russell’s The Life and Ideas of James Hillman was published in June by Helios Press. This workshop will include the personal story of Russell’s relationship with Dr. Hillman, and he will read a number of excerpts from the book, with particular emphasis on some of the critical experiences that led Hillman to Zurich to study with Jung and on the evolution of Hillman’s relationship to Jung.