Thursday, February 08, 2007

Election News

Hello Everyone,

Great news! We have a new group of UofT students who would like to take over the Jungian Society. We wanted to make sure everyone who wants to be a part of the Jungian Society has a chance to be, so this is an "open call" for everyone interested.

To give you some general ideas about the kinds of activities we could do...

- inviting a speaker or performance artist
- a show about expression with art showings that would tie into Jung's art and literature ideas
- maybe add music to the show and make it a fundraiser?
- attending a relevant play/movie/event and discussing afterwards over refreshments/food
- going to see a mini-lecture at the C.G. Jung Foundation

And what each position of the executive committee entails....

President (1 position)
Responsible for organization/co-ordination/supervision of all club's activities
Serves as a club liaison with administration, SAC, Student Affairs, at the University of Toronto
Leads and establishes annual mission, goal, vision for the Jungian Society
Develops and leads fundraising campaigns by seeking sponsorship for events
Arranges venue for seminars, workshops and other events
Ensures the promotion and integrity of the objectives of The Jungian Society
Establishes and promotes the annual goals and program of The Jungian Society
Calls and chairs meetings
Obligated to be present at all meetings
Vice President

Assists the president in all aspects of his/her duties
Works closely with the president on fundraising campaign
Creates and maintains the website and email lists
Takes charge of information processing including e-group list maintenance, the circulation of minutes, web-site document creation, guest follow-up
Arranges room, hall, catering, clean-up for each seminar, workshop and other events.
Channels announcements about the events to various email lists
Obligated to be present at all meetings

Assists the president and the vice president in all aspects of their duties
Takes minutes
Maintains records of the Jungian Society
Oversees a committee created for the production of all promotional materials
Obligated to be present at all meetings

Assists the president and vice president in all aspects of their duties
Works closely with the president on fundraising campaigns
Performs various budgeting tasks including annual-budget and event budgets
Responsible for various purchasing activities throughout the year
Makes journal entries, maintains general ledgers, and clears all accounts in books on a frequent basis
Provides financial statements at the end of each term and at year-end
Obligated to be present at all meetings

Please let me know if you are interested in becoming part of the executive committee of the UofT Jungian Society, becoming a member of the Society, or joining the mailing list. Please forward to anyone who might be interested....

Thank you for your time and consideration.


Tammy Whitten
(Former) Vice-President
UofT Jungian Society

Thursday, March 30, 2006

After the Joy of X

We had a good time. Thanks to the fabulously intelligent and talented Taylor Jane Green, many a heated discussion was sparked. Some amazing people were there (check out this hipster above!). And look at the food! Yum.

Wednesday, March 22, 2006

We invite you to experience...

Joy of



On Wednesday, March 29th 2006, we present an evening of heated discussion and a performance of The Media Monologues by Taylor Jane Green, performance artist extraordinaire.
7pm in the Senior Common Room (Wetmore Hall, New College).
Free. Refreshments Provided.

Also hosted by the Paradigms and Archetypes Program, we are pleased to invite you to
The 2006 Conference of the Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies

New College, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
June 22-25, 2006

Keynote speaker: Dr.Robert L. Moore
“A Way Forward for Jungian Psychoanalysis and Research:
Elements for a Neo-Jungian Structural Psychoanalysis”

Dr. Robert L. Moore is a Jungian psychoanalyst and Distinguished Service
Professor of Psychology, Psychoanalysis, and Spirituality at the Chicago
Theological Seminary. His five volume series on masculine psychology and
spirituality (co-authored with mythologist Douglas Gillette) is the most
influential theory of masculinity in today’s international discussion.

Invited Speakers:
Paul Benedetto Dipl. Analyt. Psych. (Zurich)
Greg Mogenson Dipl. Analyt. Psych.
Ann Yeoman Ph.D., Dipl. Analyt. Psych. (Zurich), others to be announced.

Experiential workshop: “The Orphan Archetype”
Led by Beverly Bond Clarkson, M.A., Dipl. Analyt. Psych. (New York)
and Austin Clarkson, Ph.D.

Student attendance at the conference is encouraged. Full conference fees are $115. A special 'conference highlites' fee of only $75 is also offered.
To make your participation extra-affordable, submit a paper to our essay competition: essays of any length on the topic of Jung or Analytical Psychology themes will be considered, with two winners receiving $50 subsidies to the June conference. Submit to Good luck!

Monday, January 16, 2006

Ink Blot, Wine & Cheese, Election: Today!

... What do you see?

Meet us in room WI2006 at 7:30 for an evening of diagnostic creativity, refreshments and electioneering. Be there or be neurotic.

Sunday, December 04, 2005

Constitute Yourself

We have decided to revise the constitution. Suggestions?

Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Upcoming Events...

We are currently -- and forevermore -- accepting suggestions for upcoming events. We are also taking nominations for executive positions (nominate yourself). The election and first event will held the evening of January 16th (note date change). Email .

Friday, November 18, 2005


"Just as a man still is what he already was, so he already is what he will become. The conscious mind does not embrace the totality of a man, for this totality consists only partly of his conscious contents...In this totality the conscious mind is contained like a smaller circle within a larger one." - C. G. Jung