Call for Submissions The Assisi Institute Journal, Vol. 3. No. 1 Journal Theme: Memes and Memories: Forward into the Past Article Submission Deadline: March 1, 2020
In the inverted zeitgeist of contemporary society, we need to reaffirm our foundations to give purposeful direction to our future. We stand on the shoulders of the men and women who have taken up the task of individuation and blazed a trail from ignorance to insight. Founded in Jungian psychology and the New Sciences, The Assisi Institute is situated to offer a beacon of stability in the current chaos as culture, religion, politics, and even psychology itself is shaken to the core. Tracing and translating the patterns and memes that inform our lives, the pioneering work of Dr. Michael Conforti spans better than three and a half decades, extends its reach to a dozen countries, graduates scholars of the highest calibre, and has claimed its rightful space as The International Centre for the Study of Archetypal Patterns.
The Assisi Institute Journal seeks manuscripts from students, alumni and faculty of the Assisi Institute that demonstrate a creative and scholarly approach to research into archetypal pattern analysis. The research should be both relevant to contemporary society and of an interdisciplinary nature, and appeal to a broadly educated readership. Originality of topic or approach is highly desirable. The Journal does not publish personal memoirs, fiction, poetry, editorializing or political diatribes, work of a highly specialized nature or with little to no contemporary relevance.