The Circle provides a structured, in-depth study of Jung’s Liber Novus in weekly sessions spanning six academic terms (two academic years). This study involves close reading of the text alongside a contextual presentation of the material and exploration of its images. The aim is to try to understand Jung’s experience and the relationship between the text of Liber Novus, its art and the subsequent development of analytical psychology.
Each academic term consists of ten two-hour sessions held on Fridays from 17.30 – 19.30. The sessions take place in a London venue, and are facilitated by George Bright, Diane Zervas Hirst and Katerina Sarafidou. Places are limited to allow for the close reading and interaction between participants.
The first cohort of the Liber Novus Sessions began in September 2016, followed by the second and third cohorts in 2018 and 2020 respectively. Applications are now open for the fourth cohort, which is due to begin in September 2022.
To find out more details and to register your interest in the course, please go to the Course Dates page.