Date(s) - Friday, May 7, 2021
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
WHEN: Friday, May 7th, 2021, from 7:00-9:00pm EST (6:30pm for settling and tech questions)
WHERE: On Zoom– It’s easy to download and use. Donations are requested.
Contemporary psychological gender theory explores the interplay of biological sex, culture, brain development, and attachment experiences in the formation of gender identities. Reading outside of his Anima/Animus theory, Jung of the symbolic, the mythic, and the subtle body has much to offer to emergent gender theory. Jung invites us to the medial place of the soul, bridging the realm of the physical body and the realm of the spirit. It is in this place that we can explore gender as fluidly shifting realities of body and mind.
Susan McKenzie, MS, is a Jungian Analyst (IAAP) in private practice in White River Junction, Vermont. She is a faculty member of the Boston Jung Institute and has lectured and published on post-Jungian theory of gender and sexuality.
Topic: JAWM – Alice in Genderland: Transgender “Through the Looking Glass”
Time: May 7, 2021, 7–9PM ET