International Conference at Creighton (ref: Jung)
Aug 16, 1994 10:04 AM
by John Mead
> AN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
> JUNGIAN & ARCHETYPAL APPROACHES
> TO ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
> Creighton University announces an international conference on
> Jungian & archetypal approaches to organizational behavior, to be
> held on the campus of Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska,
> U.S.A. from Oct. 13 to Oct. 17, 1994.
> The conference will feature papers and discussions on various
> aspects of organizational operations from the perspective of
> analytical and archetypal psychology. In addition, the conference
> will host a featured address by Dr. Murray Stein of the C. G.
> Jung Institute of Chicago.
> Papers and presentations at the conference will treat such topics
> as workplace shadow; the matriarchal workplace; organizational
> Jungian analysis; chaos theory and archetypal theory; case studies
> of Jungian analytical interventions; typology; and related topics.
> Registration details will be announced in coming weeks (and will be
> posted to the jung-psyc subscription list). Conference
> registration is estimated to be approximately $100 U.S. Hotel
> accommodations will cost between $75 and $80 U.S. per night.
> Contrary to popular perceptions, Omaha is a picturesque city on the
> shores of the Missouri River with a wide variety of cultural and
> recreational resources. (The present author can testify to the
> ease of a vegetarian lifestyle in the nation's leading meat
> Further information is available from John Hollwitz (EMAIL:
> firstname.lastname@example.org; (402)280-2532.
> This conference is sponsored by Creighton University College and
> the A. N. Jacobson Chair in communications.
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