International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich

Postlude to the Zurich Lecture Series 2019

Sunday to Tuesday, October 6 – 8 Oct 2019

 

Sunday, 6 October, 9:15 – 17:30

EXCURSION TO ST. GALLEN

led by ISAP analyst Paul Brutsche

An opportunity to visit with Paul the interesting Swiss town of St. Gallen and its treasures, including the oldest library in Europe, now a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, the adjacent abbey Cathedral, St. Gallen’s collection of Outsider Art, and the unique architecture of Old Town. The excursion fee of CHF 90 (CHF 60 for students with half fare abo) includes round trip group travel, audio-guide and admission to the library and museum, and a coffee. Lunch is self-pay. Sign up and payment in cash will take place at the Zurich Lecture Series opening reception on Friday, 4 October. For more information, contact [email protected]

 

POSTLUDE LECTURES

Monday, 7 October

10:00-11:45
Brigitte Egger, Dr. sc. nat. ETH
Dante’s Divine Comedy: A thorough and exquisite guide to soul and individuation centered on love

13:00-14:45
John Hill, MA
Estranged from Self and the World: What can we do?

Tuesday, 8 October

10:00-11:45
Gunilla Midbøe, MSW
Visit from the Minotaur: A myth and a case exploring the boundaries and limits of ego-consciousness and archetypal powers

13:00-15:15
Civilization in Transition: Racism – A Jungian View
Panel discussion with Deborah Egger, MSW; Nancy Krieger, PhD; Bernard Sartorius, lic. theol; and Murray Stein, PhD, moderator

LECTURE FEE: CHF 30 General Entry; CHF 20 Seniors & Students

Gratis for ISAP Analysts & Students

 

 

ISAPZURICH, Stampfenbachstrasse 115, 8006 Zurich
You are invited to participate in three days of Postlude events following ZLS, which includes an Excursion on Sunday, 6 October, and lectures by ISAP analysts on Monday and Tuesday, 7 and 8 October, at the International School of Analytical Psychology in Zurich.
Sunday, 6 October: 9:15 – 17:30
Monday, 7 October: 10:00 – 14:45 pm
Tuesday, 8 October: 10:00 – 15:15 pm

 

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