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Call for Papers: Tolkien/Jung [long post]

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  • Edith.Crowe@sjsu.edu
    CALL FOR PAPERS: Panel on The Lord of the Rings series (books and films) DEADLINE: June 1, 2005 The dates of the conference are Thursday-Saturday, August 4-6,
    Message 1 of 1 , May 20, 2005
      CALL FOR PAPERS: Panel on The Lord of the Rings series (books and films)
      DEADLINE: June 1, 2005
      The dates of the conference are Thursday-Saturday, August 4-6, 2005.

      I am organizing a panel on The Lord of the Rings series (books and films)
      for the 2005 Conference of The Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies.

      The Lord of the Rings series (books and films) is one of the most
      discussed series in recent years. It is the focus of many serious
      discussions, one of which is situated within Jungian theory: the Shadow
      (Gollum, Saruman, Sauron), the hero archetype (Aragorn, Frodo),
      Synchronicity, Instinct and the Unconscious, etc. Of course, any other
      Jungian and/or post-Jungian approach to The Lord of the Rings series
      (books and films) is fine to propose.

      Proposals may be sent as attachments (MS-Word, or Corel WordPerfect) to:
      BSilliman@...

      Proposals by mail are submitted to:

      Dr. Barbara Silliman
      P. O. Box 19722
      Johnston, RI 02919-0722

      Below is the information part of the CFP for the 2005 Conference, which
      gives you some information about the conference.

      The Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies (TJS3) -- founded by a group of
      dedicated scholars -- studies, disseminates, and develops the works and
      theories of Carl Gustav Jung and the Post-Jungians, especially as applied
      to literature, the humanities, and the fine and performance arts. TJS3
      organizes a yearly interdisciplinary academic conference at which members
      can present scholarly papers, organize roundtable discussions, and provide
      interactive workshops in which Jungian psychological theory is used to
      advance awareness of the individual and of the individual's connection to
      the entire life community.

      The 2005 TJS3 Conference will be held at the University of RI, Alan Shawn
      Feinstein College of Continuing Education (CCE), Providence, RI.
      Conference-priced hotel rooms have been arranged at the newly opened The
      Hotel Providence, 1-1/2 blocks from the CCE building.

      Topics for papers, panels, and workshops: In this multidisciplinary
      conference, topics are not limited to literature, the humanities, and the
      arts; any proposal that utilizes, promotes, or presents an informed
      critique of Jungian or Post-Jungian theories is eligible for presentation.

      Paper proposals: No more than 300 words in length and must include: (1)
      the presenter's name and affiliation, (2) mailing address and phone
      number, and (3) email address. Responses will be via email.

      Proposal for Panels: Should include all proposals for each presentation
      with each presenter's name and affiliation, mailing address, and email
      address. Number of presenters is strictly limited to a maximum of four
      (4). Responses will be via email.

      Edith L. Crowe
      Corresponding Secretary of the Mythopoeic Society
      http://www.mythsoc.org

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