Complete Checklist of Works of James Hillman
From the Revised and expanded third edition of Archetypal Psychology (Volume I of the Uniform Edition of the Writings of James Hillman, published by Spring Publications, Inc. in conjunction with The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture.
Works in Foreign Languages
Works in English
A04 A Terrible Love of War. New York: The Penguin Press.
A04a Archetypal Psychology. 3rd amended & revised edition. Putnam, CT: Spring Publ. A “Prefatory Note to the Fifth Printing” first appeared in the 1993 edition. First printed 1981, see ItD87a. Also JaA93, PoA91, RuA96.
F04a "Gods on the Street Corner, " Parabola, Nov./Dec.
F04b "Letter from James Hillman," Foreword to the Program, Mythic Journeys Conference, Atlanta, GA.
G04 “On Cosmology.” Talk, conference “Art & Soul, Connecting to the Deep Mysteries of Life through the Artistic Image,” Santa Fe, NM
H04 Interview by Alan Bisbort, "Our Terrible Love," Hartford Advocate, May 27
D03 "Bridging the Human and Non-Human Worlds," and "A Response," In The Evolution of Psychotherapy: A Meeting of the Minds, ed. Jeffrey K. Zeig, Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation Press.
F03a “City.” See ItF03.
F03b “I am as I am not.” Foreword to Heraclitus’ Fragments (paperback). Trans. Brooks Haxton. New York: Penguin.
F03c “A Note for Stanton Marlan.” Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice, Vol. 5, No. 2, 2003. New York: C. G. Jung Institute of New York.
G03a “In Favor of Babel.” Talk, Vassar College; also transcript of an Invited Lecture, University of Siena, Nov. 1999. Published online Aug. 31, 2000 only, by Café Europa in Italy under the title “Lesson at the University of Siena by James Hillman.”
G03b - “You Taught Me Language.” Talks: Teatro Strehler, Milano, Apr. and NY Hudson Jungians, Feb. Originally, Annual Spearshaker Lecture, Shakespeare Globe Centre, London. Apr. 1997.
G03c “The Presence (and Absence) of Orpheus.” Opening Lecture, International Conference “ORFEO,” Univ. of Torino, Apr.
G03d - “Festrede.” In celebration of Adolf Guggenbühl-Craig’s 80th birthday.
D02a “The Virtues of Caution.” Resurgence, 213. Bideford, Devon, England. Also ItD01c “The Psychology of Precaution” (in English & Italian).
D02b - “Laying the Table.” Psychology at the Threshold. Eds. D. P. Slattery, L. Corbett. Carpinteria, CA: Pacifica Graduate Inst. Publ. Keynote address ‘An International Symposium of Archetypal Psychology,’ Univ. of California, Santa Barbara, Aug. – Sept. 2000.
D02c “Tradition and Innovation (or Revolution).” See ItD02b. Also GeD02.
D02d “Ideas I see in her Art.” See ItD02c.
D02e “Ground Zero: A Reading.” Jungian Reflections on September 11 – A Global Nightmare. Eds. L. Zoja, D. Williams. Einsiedeln: Daimon. Benefit talk for Meyerhoff Art Education Center for Disabled Children, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Milano, Nov. 2001. Also PoA03.
G02a “On Teaching and Learning.” Talk, Intl. Conference on ‘Education in the XXI Century,’ Fondazione Liberal, Milano, Apr.
G02b - “On Devotion.” Lecture, Conference ‘Pietas,’ Sant’ Andrea in Percussina, Florence, Apr. Also ItD03.
G02c “Beauty and War.” Lecture, Philosophy Conference on Beauty, Modena, Sept. 21.
G02d - “A Note for Stanton Marlan.” Prepared for a forthcoming book.
G02e “City.” See ItF03.
G02f “Mother Earth: Nobody knows the troubles I cause.” Talk, Bachelard Conference, Dallas, TX, Nov.
G02g - “Notes on Verticality: Creation, Transcendence, Ambition, Erection, Inflation.” Prepared for the Puer Project (with Glen Slater).
H02 Quoted in the article “A 9-Year Battle Over a Sewer Line, Higher Taxes and History” by Alan Bisbort. New York Times, Sunday June 16, Sec. 14, CT.
A01 Farewell Welfare. Public lecture, Analytical Psychology Society of Western New York. Buffalo, NY, Nov. 1997.
D01a “Dreaming Outside of Ourselves.” Where Id Was: Challenging Normalization in Psychoanalysis. Eds. A. Molino, C. Ware. London/New York: Continuum.
D01b - “Justice and Beauty: Foundations of an Ecological Psychology.” See ItD01a.
F01a “I am as I am not.” Foreword to Fragments, The Collected Wisdom of Heraclitus. Trans. Brooks Haxton. New York: Viking.
F01b “Response from James Hillman” to three questions posed by H.H. Covitz (on ‘adaptation and survival’; ‘being true to oneself’; and ‘uniqueness’). NAAP News, Winter: 24/4.
F01c “Remembering Bob Stein.” Foreword to Love, Sex, and Marriage, Collected Essays of Robert Stein. Woodstock, CT: Spring Journal Books.
G01a “Moses, Alchemy, Authority.” Talk, conference ‘Mosé: conflitti e toleranza,’ Accademia di San Luca, Rome, Oct 5. Condensed in ItD01b.
G01b - “What is Resurging?” Notes from a presentation at the Resurgence Conference ‘OMEGA’, Rhinebeck, NY,
G01c “Blue Skies: visitations of a daimon in adult mid-life.” Talk, Vetralla Conference “Arte e Daimon,” Dept. of Philosophy, University of Rome, Oct. 9. Excerpts from D81a.
G01d - “Hermes Intoxication.” Talk, School of Architecture, University of Catania, Siracusa, Oct. 11.
G01e “Cultural Transformation.” Notes used for seminar.
H01a Interview by Mark Wagner. “Best-selling citizen – Author James Hillman starts new chapter of life as civic leader in Thompson.” Worcester, MA: Worcester Telegram & Gazette,
H01b - Quoted in the article “Dream Vacations” by Andy Steiner. Utne Reader. Minneapolis, MN: LENS, July/Aug.
H01c Quoted in the article “The Soul of Washington” by Pythia Peay. Washington, DC: Washingtonian, Feb.
H01d - Interview by Fabio Botto. “Five Questions to James Hillman.” Translated from the Italian; published on the internet at springpub.com. Also ItH99c. -
A00 The Force of Character and the Lasting Life. New York: Ballantine. Chap. reprint: “The Force of The Face.” The Sun, Aug. First ed., New York: Random House, 1999. Also: DaA00, DuA00, FrA01, GeA00, ItA00, JaA00, PoA99, SpA00c, SwA01.
B00 “An Essay on Pan.” Fourth printing, new rev. ed. of Pan and the Nightmare (with “Ephialtes: A Pathological-Mythological Treatise on the Nightmare in Classical Antiquity” by
W. H. Roscher). Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ. First ed., New York/Zurich: Spring Publ., 1972. Also: FrB79, GeB81a, ItB97.
D00a “Look Out: Three Occasions of Public Excitation.” Depth Psychology: Meditations in the Field. Eds. D. P. Slattery, L. Corbett. Daimon, Switzerland & Pacifica Graduate Institute, Carpinteria. Original version presented at the Archetypal Activism Conference, Santa Barbara, CA, June 1999.
D00b - “A Psyche the Size of the Earth.” Fourth printing, Only Connect – Soil, Soul, Society –The Best of Resurgence Magazine 1990–1999. Eds. John Lane, Maya K. Mitchell. Bideford, Devon, England. First printed 1995 as “A Psychological Preface” to The Ecopsychology Reader. Eds. T. Roszak, M.E. Gomes, A.D. Kanner. San Francisco, CA: Sierra Books. Collected in ItA99a.
D00c “Why ‘Archetypal’ Psychology? – An Editorial Postscript to Spring 1970.” Working with Images, the Theoretical Base of Archetypal Psychology. Ed. B. Sells. Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ. Originally D70c.
D00d - “Peaks and Vales: The Soul/Spirit Distinction as Basis for the Differences between Psychotherapy and Spiritual Discipline.” Working with Images, The Theoretical Base of Archetypal Psychology. Ed. B. Sells. Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ.
Originally in On the Way to Self-Knowledge. Eds. J. Needleman, D. Lewis. New York: Knopf, 1976. Collected in C79a, FrA82, ItA88, PoA98a. Also PoD82. Appendix to JaA93.
D00e “Image-Sense.” Working with Images, The Theoretical Base of Archetypal Psychology. Ed. B. Sells. Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ. Originally in Spring 1979. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Also ItD02a.
D00f “Psychology: Monotheistic or Polytheistic?” Working with Images, The Theoretical Base of Archetypal Psychology. Ed. B. Sells. Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ. Originally in Spring 1971. Zürich: Spring Publ. Expanded in Appendix to The New Polytheism by David Miller, 1981. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Included in FrA82. Also GeD79b, ItD83b, RuD99a.
D00g - “Perambulate to Paradise.” Utne Reader 98, Mar./Apr. Minneapolis, MN: LENS. “Pleasure of Walking,” Resurgence 197, Nov./Dec. 1999. Bideford, Devon, England. Excerpted as “The wonder of wander: walking and the soul of modern society.” Utne Reader 32, Mar./Apr. 1989. “Paradise in Walking,” Resurgence 129, July–Aug. 1988. “Talking as Walking,” The Institute Newsletter, Fall 1984. Dallas, TX: Dallas Inst. of Humanities & Culture. Collected in POA93b. First printed as “Take a Walk: The benefits of meaningful meandering,” D Magazine, Sept. 1980. Dallas, TX: Dallas SW Media Corp. First presented at a seminar “The City as Dwelling” sponsored by the Center for Civic Leadership, Dallas.
Also see ItD96f.
F00a “A Note on Hermes Inflation.” Lost Souls/Spring 65. Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ. First printing in ItF97.
F00b Letter to the Editor: “Thompson must address questions.” Norwich Bulletin, Norwich, CT, Apr. 15.
G00a “Bridging the Human and Non-Human Worlds” and “Comments” on “The Narcissistic Personality Disorder” by J. Masterson. Talks, Fourth Evolution of Psychotherapy Conf., Anaheim.
G00b - “The Call of the God Okeanos.” Speech at the International Conference “Man and Sea,” Portofino, May.
G00c “An Introduction to the Beginning of Psychotherapy.” Plenary talk, 19th Annual Congress, Association of Japanese Clinical Psychology, Kyoto, Sept.
H00a “Old Soul, How Aging Reveals Character, A Conversation with James Hillman” by Genie Zeiger. The Sun. Chapel Hill, NC: Sun Publishing Co., Aug.
H00b - Interview by Peter Jennings. “21st Century Lives: James Hillman – Both Old and Young must learn to value the Beauty of Aging.” Published as a feature at the ABC News website, ABC-TV News, June 23.
H00c Interview by Sy Safransky. “The Myth of Therapy.”
Reprinted in Stubborn Light – the Best of The Sun Vol. III. Chapel Hill, NC: Sun Publ. Co.“Is Psychotherapy a Waste of Time?” Yoga Journal 104 and Utne Reader 49, Minneapolis, MN: LENS, 1992. First published in The Sun 185, Apr. 1991.
D99a “Learning from Animals.” The Way of Compassion – Survival Strategies for a World in Crisis. Ed. M. Rowe. New York: Stealth Technologies Inc.
D99b - “Where is the Environment?” Cultural and Spiritual Values of Biodiversity. Ed. D. A. Posey. London: Inter. Technology Publ. for United Nations Environment Programme.
F99a Letter to the Editors of Spring Journal: “Sometimes a Cigar is just a Cigar.” Lost Souls/Spring 65. Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ. -
F99b Letter to the Editor: “J. Hillman on J. Edgar: Food & Fingerprints.” Thus Spake the Corpse, An Exquisite Corpse Reader 1988–1998. Eds. A. Codrescu, L. Rosenthal. Santa Rosa, CA: Black Sparrow Press. First printed in Exquisite Corpse 38/4. Baton Rouge, LA, 1992.
G99a “Puritan Iconoclasm and the American World Order.” See ItD00a.
G99b - “Melancholy without the Gods.” See ItD01e.
G99c “Aesthetic Response as Political Action: A Preface.” Collected in ItA99a.
H99a Interview by Steve Perry. “The Old Man and the Psyche – James Hillman on Innocence, Wisdom, and Aging.”
Seattle, WA: Stranger. “Stranger Arts,” Sept.
H99b - Interview by David Tarrant. “Character Study – Our true nature emerges in old age, when we have the time and desire for reflection.” Dallas, TX: Dallas Morning News, Oct. 11: C.
H99c Interview by Cate Terwilliger. “Getting Grounded – Aging’s Role.” Denver, CO: Denver Post, Nov. 14.
H99d - Interview by Mark Matousek. “Face the Music and Dance.” Modern Maturity. Washington, DC: AARP, Nov./Dec.
H99e Interview by Alan Bisbort. “People/James Hillman.” Connecticut Magazine. Trenton, NJ: Journal Register Co., Oct. Excerpted in the Special Anniversary Issue of Connecticut Magazine, Nov.
H99f Interview by Pat Samples. “What’s Left and What Lasts when You’re Aging: A Conversation with James Hillman.” Phoenix. St. Paul, MN: Northstar Media, Nov.
D98a “In the Gardens – A Psychological Memoir.” Consciousness and Reality – Studies in Memory of Toshihiko Izutsu. Eds. Syyid Jalâl al-Dîn Âshtiyâni, Hideichi Matsubara, Takashi Iwami, Akiro Matsumoto. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. Collected in ItA99a.
D98b - “The Practice of Beauty.” Uncontrollable Beauty – Toward a New Aesthetics. Eds. B. Beckley, D. Shapiro. New York: Allworth. Sphinx 4, London: London Convivium for Archetypal Studies, 1992. As “The Repression of Beauty,” Tema Celeste Art Magazine, Intl. Edition, Siracusa, May–June, No. 31, 1991. Lecture, Museum of Contemporary Art, Prato Italy, Feb. 1991. Collected in ItA99a. Also GeD93 & ItD94a.
D98c “In.” Spring 63: Mom and the Kids. Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ. Invitational Address, National Meeting of Jungian Analysts, Boston, Oct. 1993.
F98 Letter to Thomas Moore. “The Unquiet Mind: Stories for the Millenium.” The Salt Journal, Apr./May. San Marcos, TX: The Salt Journal, Inc. First printed in Corona 2, 1981. -
G98 “For Michael Perlman.” Memoriam (note to Carol Duke).
H98a Interview by Bert H. Hoff. “Authenticity, Character and Destiny.” Men’s Voices. Seattle, WA: Bert H. Hoff,
Vol. 1/1, Winter.
H98b - Interview by Scott London. “From Little Acorns: A Radical New Psychology.” The Sun. Chapel Hill, NC: Sun Publ. Co., Mar.
H98c “A Conversation Between Ginette Paris & James Hillman.” The Salt Journal. San Marcos, TX: The Salt Journal, Inc. Part 1: Apr./May; Part 2: Sept./Oct.
A97a Suicide and the Soul. Fourth edition, Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ. First printings, London: Hodder & Stoughton and New York: Harper, 1964. Excerpted in: Reading Group Choices, Nashville, TN: Paz & Assoc., 1998 and in F86b, FrF90, HuA93. Also CzA97, DaA78, GeA79, ItA99b, JaA82, PlA96, PoA93a, SwA67.
A97b - The Soul’s Code. In Search of Character and Calling. Third edition, New York: Warner Books (paperback). First edition, New York: Random House, 1996. Section Reprints: Reading Group Choices, Nashville, TN: Paz & Associates and The Sun, Mar. Chapel Hill, NC: Sun Publishing Co, 1998. Also A96e, BuA00, ChA98, CzA00, DaA99, DuA97, FrA02, GeA02, GrA98, ItA97, JaA98a, LaA02, PoA98, SpA98, SwA00.
A97c The Myth of Analysis: Three Essays in Archetypal Psychology. Fourth edition, Evanston, IL: Northwestern Univ. Press. First edition, Evanston, IL, Northwestern Univ. Press, 1972. Includes E72, E70, E67. Also FrA77, ItA91b, PoA84, SpA00a.
B97 Dream Animals (with Margot McLean). San Francisco: Chronicle Books. Includes E83. Excerpted in Resurgence 187, Bideford, Devon, England, Mar./Apr. 1998. Also GeB99.
C97 Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture. Dallas, TX, Putnam & Woodstock, CT, 1988 – 1997. Also Spring: An Annual of Archetypal Psychology and Jungian Thought. New York, Zürich, Irving & Dallas, TX, 1970–87.
D97a “Case History – Evolution or Revelation?” The Evolution of Psychotherapy – The Third Conference. Ed. J. K. Zeig. New York: Brunner/Mazel. Address at the Conference in Las Vegas NV, 1995. Also ItD00b.
D97b - “A Note on Story.” Fifth printing, Literature and Its Writers, An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry and Drama. Eds. A. Charters , S. Charters. Boston: Bedford Books. First printing in Children’s Literature 3, Storrs, CT, 1974. Collected in A81.
D97c “The Seduction of Black.” Haiti/Spring 61. Putnam, CT: Spring Journal. Also in Fire in the Stone /The Alchemy of Desire. Ed. S. Marlan. Wilmette IL: Chiron Publ. Extended version of ItD95b.
D97d - “Culture and the Animal Soul.”American Soul/Spring 62. Woodstock, CT: Spring Journal. First published in Spanish, see SpD94a.
F97 “A Postscript of Afterthoughts.” Suicide and the Soul. Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ.
G97a “The Cost of the Ugly.” Talk, Asia Society, New York City, Dec. 2.
G97b - “Heaven Retains Within Its Sphere Half of All Bodies and Maladies (Paracelsus).” Address, “Cycles and Symbols III, The Return of Soul to the Cosmos,” Isis Institute, San Francisco, CA, Feb.
G97c “Futurology.” Talk, Dartington Hall Easter Conference: “Time and Timelessness.” Devon, England, Apr. Also FrD98.
G97d - “How do we stay Psychological?” Talk, Division of Humanistic Psychology, Amer. Psychology Assoc., Chicago, IL, Aug.
G97e Interview by Stephen Capen. “James Hillman’s Daimonic Vision.” Santa Barbara, CA, Dec. 1996.
H97a Interview: ‘Going Bugs with James Hillman.’ Satya, 3/7, Jan.
H97b - Interview by Steve Perry. “Waking Up with the House on Fire.” Reprinted in Utne Reader. Minneapolis, MN: LENS, Feb. First published Minneapolis, MN: City Pages, Oct. 2, 1996.
A96a The Thought of the Heart and the Soul of the World. Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ. Incorporates revised versions of D82 and E81a. Also ItA02b, JaA99, SpA99a.
A96b - Anima: An Anatomy of a Personified Notion (with excerpts from the writings of C. G. Jung & original drawings by Mary Vernon). Third printing, Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ. An expansion of D73a & D74a. Also ItA02c, PoA90.
A96c Insearch: Psychology and Religion. Fourth printing, Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ. Revised in 1994 to include “Postscript – A Critical Review of this Book by the Author.” First printings London: Hodder Stoughton, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1967. Three lectures at Ministers’ Seminar, First Community Church, Columbus, OH, Apr. 19–21, 1965. Includes revisions of G65a, b, c. Also DuA69,GeA81, JaA90, PoA85.
A96d - Healing Fiction. Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ. First printing, Barrytown, NY: Station Hill Press, 1983. Excerpted in Jungian Literary Criticism. Ed. R. P. Sugg. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 1992. Includes revisions of E81b, D77b, D75a, GeE77, ItD80b. Also GeA86a, ItA84, RuA97.
A96e The Soul’s Code. In Search of Character and Calling. Milson’s Point, NSW Australia: Random House.
B96a - “The Feeling Function.” Lectures on Jung’s Typology. Third printing, Woodstock CT: Spring Publ. First printing New York/Zürich: Spring Publ., 1971. Also GeB80, PoB90, RuB98a. Included in ItA85, RuB98.
B96b Inter Views: Conversations between James Hillman and Laura Pozzo on Therapy, Biography, Love, Soul, Dreams, Work, Imagination and the State of the Culture. Third printing, Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ. First printed New York: Harper, 1983. Also PoB89. Excerpted in F91e. Chap. 9 only: ItB84. Expansion of ItB83.
D96a “Horses and Heroes.” Spring 59. Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ.
D96b - “Aesthetics and Politics.” Oakland, CA: Tikkun, 11/6, Nov./Dec. Oakland, CA: Institute for Labor & Mental Health. Originally a talk “Can there be Ethics without Aesthetics? – Aesthetic Response as Political Action.” Tikkun Summit for Ethics and Meaning, Washington, DC, Apr. Preface to ItA99a.
D96c “Marriage, Intimacy, Freedom.” Marriages: Spring 60. Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ. Originally a talk entitled “Marriage, Intimacy, Freedom: Marvelous Fantasies.” Dallas Inst. of Humanities & Culture, Dallas, TX, Oct. 1993.
D96d - The Natural, the Literal, and the Real.” American Arts Quarterly, xiii/4, Fall. New York: Newington-Cropsey Found. Talk, Challenge of Realism conference. Collected in ItA99a.
D96e “’Psychology: Monotheistic or Polytheistic?’ Twenty-five years later.” Marriages: Spring 60. Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ. Lecture, Casa Machiavelli, Firenze, Italy, Apr. Also ItD97.
F96a “Address” on receiving the New York Open Center’s Award for the Advancement of Psychology, 1995. Lapis: 7.
F96b “This Question of Images.” Saga. Ed. Jonathan Young. Ashland, OR: White Cloud Press.
F96c “To the Editor.” Response to an editorial quoting The Soul’s Code with reference to the president’s character. New London, CT: The Day, Nov. 14.
F96d “A Psyche the Size of the Earth.” Third printing, ECOLogic 26 (Summer). Oxford, MI: Upland Hills Ecological Awareness Center. First published in Ecopsychology. Eds. T. Roszak, M. Gomes, A. Kanner. San Francisco, CA: Sierra Club, 1995.
G96a “Nature, City, Soul.” Revision of D86c presented upon receiving the Citizen of Chiavari Award. Chiavari, Italy, Apr.
G96b - “Hermetic Intoxication.” Lecture, Dipartimento di Psicologia, Universita di Torino & Centro Italiano di Psicologia Analitica, May. Also ItD96d.
G96c “Millennial Psychology.” Public lecture, Banco Popolare Commercio, Milano, May.
G96d - “Hera, Goddess of Marriage.” Public Lecture, Santa Barbara, CA, Feb. (Revision of similar lectures in Omaha, NE, Oct. 1994 and Berkeley, CA, June 1994.)
H96a Interview by Joe Coppin (via telephone). “The Language of Therapy,” Auburn, CA, Feb.
H96b - Interview by Sean Abbott. “America’s psychoanalytic visionary explores a new theory of character and calling.” At Random 15. New York: Random House.
H96c Interview by Eddie Silva. “Soul Man.” The Riverfront Times, St. Louis, MO, Oct. 29–30.
H96d - Interview by Tom Jacobs. “James Hillman: A Soul Man.” Santa Barbara, CA: Santa Barbara News-Press, Dec. 8,
H96e Featured “Star of the Week” with a discussion led by Elizabeth Porter. For Oprah’s Community, Oprah Online. Also five questions on The Soul’s Code presented by Michael Cook and answered at Oprah Online, Nov.
H96f Interview by Stephen Capen. “James Hillman says, it’s NOT all in your head.” Boulder, CO: Shambala Sun, Nov. 5/2. Recorded at Esalen Institute, Big Sur, CA, Oct. 25. Transcript also published on the internet.
H96g - Interview by Russ Spencer. “Heeding the Daimon Calling – James Hillman on the Invisibles Attached.” Santa Barbara, CA: The Independent, Dec. 12.
H96h - Transcript of Feb. 19 Dialogue/Interview, Santa Barbara, CA, by Joe Coppin for his dissertation at Pacifica Graduate Inst.
H96i “The Soul’s Guide.” A Traveling Jewish Theatre Review, 2/1, Fall. Excerpt from H94a.
H96j Quoted in an article entitled “The President’s Analysts.” New Age Journal, Sept./Oct.
A95 Kinds of Power: A Guide to its Intelligent Uses. New York: Doubleday/Currency. Includes G93b. Also ItA02a, ItA96b, PoA01, SpA00b.
B95 “Oedipus Revisited.” Oedipus Variations: Studies in Literature and Psychoanalysis (with “Oedipus: Two Essays” by Karl Kerényi). Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ. 1991: Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. 1989: Frankfurt a/M: Insel. First printing, E89. Also ItB92, PoB95a, RuD02.
D95a “Pink Madness or Why Does Aphrodite Drive Men Crazy with Pornography?” Spring 57. Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ. Paper delivered at the Myth & Theatre Conference “Aphrodite,” Avignon, France, Aug. 1993. Excerpted in ItD99a.
D95b - “Neither Nurture nor Nature: Something Else.” Plenary conference speech. Science and Culture, proceedings of the Institute for Liberal Studies, 6/Fall. Frankfurt, KY: Kentucky State Univ. Early version of Chapter 6, A97c.
D95c “Pseudologia Fantastica: A Curious Need to Falsify, Disguise or Destroy the Story of Your Life.” Spring 58. Early version of Chapter 8, A97c.
D95d - “Salt: A Chapter in Alchemical Psychology.” Salt and the Alchemical Soul. Ed. with an intro. by Stanton Marlan. Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ. First published in Images of the Untouched. Eds. J. Stroud, G. Thomas. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ., 1981.
F95 “Light and (Dark)/Darkness.” Visionfest Remarks. Utne Reader 70, July/Aug. Minneapolis, MN: LENS.
G95a “Aging.” Lecture sponsored by C. G. Jung Society of St. Louis, MO, Apr.
G95b - “Memorial Reading for Etheridge Knight.” Teachers and Writers Collaborative, New York City, Nov.
G95c “The Segregation of Beauty.” Lecture, Ninth Annual Meeting, International Skye, New York, Dec.
G95d - “Architecture, City, Soul.” Talk, Conference on City Planning, Trento, Italy.
H95a Interview by Emily Yoffe. “How the Soul is Sold.” New York Times Magazine, Apr. 23.
H95b - Interview by Wes Nisker. “The Soul of the Matter.” Inquiring Mind. 11/2.
H95c Interview by Suzi Gablik. “When you’re Healed, Send me a Postcard.” Conversations Before the End of Time. New York: Thames & Hudson.
H95d - Interview by Jon Spayde. “Profile.” “100 Visionaries,” Utne Reader 67. Minneapolis, MN: LENS. -
D94a “City, Sport, and Violence.” Psyche and Sports. Eds. M. Stein, J. Hollwitz. Wilmette, IL: Chiron Publications. Originally published: Inroads 7, 1991. Minneapolis, MN: Inroads Press. Lecture at the University of Florence, Italy, May 1990. Collected in PoA93b.
D94b - “Psychology, Self and Community.” Resurgence 166, Sept/Oct. Bideford, Devon, England. Award Acceptance Speech, 8th Annual Recognition Award, Center for Psychology and Social Change, Harvard University’s Peabody Museum, Cambridge, MA, Nov. 1993. Collected in ItA99a.
D94c “Once More Into the Fray – A Response to Wolfgang Giegerich’s ‘Killings.’ ’’ Spring 56. Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ.
D94d - “Man is by Nature a Political Animal or: Patient as Citizen.” Speculations after Freud – Psychoananlysis, Philosophy and Culture. Eds. S. Shamdasani, M. Munchow. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul. Originally a lecture “Anthropos Phusei Politikon Zoon” at the Freud Museum Conference “Speculations,” London, Oct. 1990. Collected in ItA99a, PoA93b.
D94e “The Practice of Beauty.” Archivo 2. Fiesole [Firenze].
D94f “Wars, Arms, Rams, Mars: On the Love of War.” Third printing in The Awakened Warrior. Ed. R. Fields. New York: Tarcher/Putnam. Second printing in Facing Apocalypse. Eds. V. Andrews et al. Dallas: Spring Publ., 1987. First printing in Nuclear Strategy and the Code of the Warrior: Faces of Mars and Shiva in the Crisis of Human Survival. Eds. R. Grossinger, L. Hough. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books, 1984. Originally a speech at the Conference “Facing Apocalypse,” Salve Regina College, Newport, RI, June 1983.
Collected in PoA93b. Also GeD88.
F94a “Psychotherapy and Aesthetic Justice.” Earth Ethics 5/2. Washington DC: Center for Respect of Life and Environment.
F94b “The Dark Side of Typing.” Who am I? Personality Types for Self-Discovery. Ed. R. Frager. New York: Putnam’s. Excerpt from E80.
G94a “Geography at the End of History.” Lecture, Moorehead State University, Moorhead, MN, Oct. 3.
G94b - “Mind, Memory, Narrative.” Lecture, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT, Oct.
G94c “A Well-Salted Soul.” Lecture, C. G. Jung Foundation, NY.
G94d - “Shall the activity of therapy be considered a work of Civilization or of Culture?” Lecture notes from a talk at the Italian Psychoanalytical Conference, Venezia, Italy, Apr.
G94e “Natural Beauty/Urban Soul.” Titus Lecture, Lesley College, Cambridge, MA, May. Originally a lecture at Konan University, Kobe, Japan, see G91a. Partially published in Spring 1985. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ.
H94a “Come Into Animal Presence.” Talking on the Water. Ed. J. White. San Francisco, CA: Sierra Club. Excerpted in H96i.
H94b - Interview by Maureen Orth. “Arianna’s Virtual Candidate.” Vanity Fair. 198, col. 3.
H94c “100 Years – The Elders Remember.” Transcript of a German radio program by Ulfried Geuter, Sept. 29.
D93a “Emotion and Art Therapy.” CREATE: Journal of Creative & Expressive Arts Therapies Exchange: 3. Toronto: Palmerton Press.
D93b - “Concerning the Stone: Alchemical Images of the Goal.” Sphinx 5. London: London Convivium for Archetypal Studies. Eranos Conference Lecture, 1990. Also GeE90.
D93c “On the Image.” CREATE: Journal of Creative & Expressive Arts Therapies Exchange: 3. Toronto: Palmerton Press.
D93d - “Alchemical Blue and the Unio Mentalis.” Reprinted in Spring 54. Putnam, CT: Spring Publ. Originally in Sulfur: A Literary TriQuarterly of the Whole Art 1, 1981. Also ItD86.
F93a “My Hero.” Utne Reader 57, May/June: 98. Minneapolis, MN: LENS.
F93b Letter to the Editor regarding Katha Pollitt’s piece on gender issues. Utne Reader 60, Nov./Dec. Minneapolis,
F93c “Preface to the Brazilian edition” (of Suicide and the Soul). See PoA93a.
F93d “Substance Abuse and Soul in Things.” Impuls 2. Oslo, Norway. Excerpt from B92.
G93a “You Can’t Fix It – and Besides It Ain’t Broke.” Keynote Address. American Art Therapy Association, Atlanta, GA, Nov. 21. Also presented at a Pathology Seminar, Pacifica Graduate Institute, Carpinteria, CA, Dec. 12.
G93b - “On Efficiency.” Talk presented to New England Business for Social Responsibility, Newport, RI, Nov. 14. Incl. in A95.
H93a Interview by Vaughan Hawthorne. “Youth and the Yearning for Myth” with Michael Meade. Kindred Spirit 2/11. Totnes, Devon.
H93b - Interview by Leslie Major. “Making Connections (what older people have to offer the young.)” Vantage, Nov–Dec. Chicago, IL: Cade Communications.
H93c Interview by Eric Kuhner. “Imagination and Psychotherapy.” Seattle, WA: Moving Words, Feb.
A92a Re-Visioning Psychology (revised and expanded version of 4 Terry Lectures at Yale University, Feb./Mar. 1972). Third edition, New York: Harper Perennial, including a new “Preface: A Memoir from the Author for the 1992 Edition.” First edition, New York: Harper, 1975. Includes a revision of D73b. Excerpted in F92e & F86b. Also ItA92, JaA97b & SpA99b.
A92b - Emotion: A Comprehensive Phenomenology of Theories and Their Meanings for Therapy. Fourth edition (with a new “Preface”). Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press. First edition, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1960.
B92 We’ve Had a Hundred Years of Psychotherapy and the World’s Getting Worse (with Michael Ventura). HarperSanFrancisco. Excerpted in “Points to Ponder.” Readers Digest, Jan.1995 ; “Pick Up If You’re There,” LA Weekly, May 7–13; “Psychotherapy and Aesthetic Justice,” Earth Ethics 5/2, Washington, DC; & F93d, 1993. Excerpted in New Age Journal (May–June); LA Weekly (May 22–28); “Is Therapy the Antithesis of Activism?” The Phoenix, Minneapolis, MN (Sept.); “The Politics of Self-Pity,” Networker (Nov.–Dec.); Resurgence 155, Nov.–Dec., Bideford, Devon, England; & The Phoenix 12/9, 1992. See H89c. Also FrB98, FrB97, GeB93, ItB99, PoB95b, SpB95.
C92a The Rag and Bone Shop of the Heart: An Anthology of Poems for Men (with Robert Bly and Michael Meade). New York: Harper.
C92b Facing the Gods (incl. “Editor’s Preface”). Fifth printing, Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. First printing Dallas, TX: Spring Publ., 1980. Includes D92d & E77. Collected in FrA82, ItD96e & ItA91c. Also PoCn.d.
D92a “And Huge is Ugly.” The Bloomsbury Review, 12/1, Jan/Feb. Denver, CO: Owaissa Communications Co. The Green Fuse. Ed. J. Button. London/New York: Quartet Books, 1990. First printed in Resurgence 134, May–June, 1989. Bideford, Devon, England. Presented as the 10th Annual E. F. Schumacher Memorial Lecture, Bristol, England, Nov. 1988. Collected in ItA99a. Also ItD92a.
D92b - “One Hundred Years of Solitude, or Can the Soul Ever Get out of Analysis?” The Evolution of Psychotherapy: The Second Conference with response to Rollo May. Ed. J. Zeig. New York: Brunner/Mazel.
D92c “How Jewish Is Archetypal Psychology?” Spring 53. Putnam, CT: Spring Publ.
D92d - “Dionysus in Jung’s Writings.” Reprinted in C92b. Originally published in Spring 1972. Zurich: Spring Publ. Also ItD96e.
D92f “Recovery.” Spring 52. Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ.
F92a “Two for the Corpse.” Exquisite Corpse 34. Baton Rouge, LA: Illinois State Univ. Publ. Center.
F92b “The Heart-Break of America.” Concluding Remarks,
Multicultural Men’s Conf., Malibu, CA, Jan. Privately printed in The Los Angeles Multicultural Men’s Conference, Malibu, CA, Jan. 25–30.
F92c “Some Psalms of Davis” (Four Poems). Walking Swiftly: Writings and Images on the Occasion of Robert Bly’s 65th Birthday. Ed. Thomas R. Smith. St. Paul, MN: Ally Press.
F92d “J. Hillman on J. Edgar: Food and Fingerprints” (a letter). Exquisite Corpse 38. Baton Rouge, LA: Illinois State Univ. Publ. Center.
F92e “Soul and Spirit,” excerpt from A92a. Common Boundary, 10/6, Nov./Dec. Boulder, CO: Common Boundary. -
G92 “Lustful Images: A Necessary Defense of Pornography.” Welcoming address, Festival of Archetypal Psychology, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, July 7.
H92a Interview by Suzanne Ramljak. Sculpture. Mar–Apr. -
H92b - Interview by Bruce McCabe. “Knocking Psychotherapy.” Boston Globe, July 27.
H92c “We’ve Had a Thousand Years of Love, and the World’s Getting Worse.” Conversation with Michael Ventura. LA Weekly, May 22–28.
H92d - “Is Therapy Turning Us Into Children?” Dialogue between James Hillman and Michael Ventura. New Age Journal. Brighton, MA: Rising Star Associates, June.
H92e “Spiritual Questioning.” In an article on Jung. U.S. News & World Report, Dec. 7.
H92f Interview by Forrest Craver. “Hillman on Sense of Community.” Fourth printing, Wingspan: Inside the Men’s Movement. Ed. Christopher Harding. New York: St. Martin’s Press. First printing, Wingspan: Journal of the Male Spirit, Oct.–
H92g - Interview by Sy Safransky. “The Myths of Our Therapy Culture.” Yoga Journal, May/June, No. 104.
H92h - Interview by Bruce McCabe. “Knocking Psychotherapy.”
Boston Globe, July 27.
B91 A Blue Fire: Selected Writings by James Hillman. Intro. and edited by Thomas Moore in collaboration with the author. New York: Harper Perennial. First edition New York: Harper, 1989. Also as The Essential James Hillman, London: Routledge, 1990. Extracted in D91a, F91b, F91d, FrB93 & ItF89. Also ItB96.
D91a - “Terrorism in Disguise.” Resurgence 146, May/June. Bideford, Devon, England. Extracts from B91.
D91b - “The Yellowing of the Work.” Proceedings, 11th International Congress for Analytical Psychology. Ed. M. A. Mattoon. Einsiedeln, Switzerland. Talk in Paris, 1989. Also FrD97, GeD98.
F91a “Reply” to Ralston’s Letter. The Sun 188. Chapel Hill, NC: Sun Publishing.
F91b “In Search of Soul.” Excerpts from B91. The Sun 185. Chapel Hill, NC: Sun Publishing.
F91c “A Note on ‘Soul’ in Painting.” Tema Celeste Art Magazine, International Edition, Autumn, No. 32–33, Siracusa, Italy.
F91d “Fathers & Sons.” Extract from B91. To Be a Man – In Search of the Deep Masculine. Los Angeles: Tarcher.
F91e “Love in Male Friendship.” Excerpt from B96b. To Be a Man – In Search of the Deep Masculine. Los Angeles: Tarcher.
G91a “Soul and Beauty in Today’s Urban World.” Keynote lecture, 40th anniversary symposium “Man and Soul in Modern Times,” Konan University, Kobe, Japan, Dec. Also G94e.
G91b - “Emotions and Expressive Therapies.” Draft Preface to A92b.
H91a Interview by Forrest Craver. “Private Men; Public Psyche.” Edges: New Planetary Patterns, 4/2, Sept. Toronto, Canada: Canadian Institute of Cultural Affairs.
D90a “On Senex Consciousness.” Fathers and Mothers: Five Papers on the Archetypal Background of Family Psychology. Ed. Patricia Berry. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Originally in Spring 1970. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Also see GeD80.
D90b - “The Great Mother, Her Son, Her Hero, and the Puer.” Fathers and Mothers: Five Papers on the Archetypal Background of Family Psychology. Ed. P. Berry. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. New York/Zürich: Spring Publ., 1973. Also PoD79. Collected in ItA88 & PoA98a.
D90c “On Mythical Certitude.” Sphinx 3. London: London Convivium for Archetypal Studies. Also FrD82, ItD96c.Collected in ItA96a.
D90d - “The Bad Mother: An Archetypal Approach.” Fathers and Mothers: Five Papers on the Archetypal Background of Family Psychology. Ed. P. Berry. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Also in Spring 1983. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Included in ItA85, JaD84.
D90e “Plural Art.” Team Spirit, an exhibition catalogue. New York: Independent Curators Inc. Also ItD91.
D90f “The Elephant in The Garden of Eden.” Spring 50. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Paper delivered in honor of Ernest Hemingway Year, at Boise State University, Boise, ID, Oct. 1986. Included in ItA91a.
E90 “Concerning the Stone: Alchemical Images of the Goal.” See D93b, GeE90.
F90a “Creativity Symposium” (with Bly, Campbell and Pozzo). C. G. Jung and the Humanities: Toward a Hermeneutics of Culture. Eds. K. Barnaby, P. d’Acierno. Princeton, NJ: Princeton Univ. Press.
F90b “Jung and Postmodernism.” A symposium (with Casey, Kugler, and Miller). C. G. Jung and the Humanities: Toward a Hermeneutics of Culture. Eds. K. Barnaby, P. d’Acierno.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
F90c “An Education in Psychology, a psychological education requires today indeed a vision.” Dedication Ceremony Address. Pacifica Newsletter 1/1. Carpinteria, CA: Pacifica Graduate Inst.
F90d “Reply” (to critics of H90--b.) Los Angeles, CA: LA Weekly, June 15–21.
F90e Letter to the Editor: “Dialogue Continues . . .” Response to critics of D89d. Common Boundary 5, Mar./Apr. Boulder, CO: Common Boundary.
G90a “Figuring the Future.” In honor of C. West Churchman, Systems Philosophy Conference, Portland, OR, July.
G90b - “Jane Pratt: In Memoriam,” Bridgewater, CT, Aug.
G90c “Your Emotions are not Yours: Arts Therapy and the Disabled.” Keynote address, “La Sapienza,” Univ. of Rome Conference, Nov. Partly incl. in “Preface” to A92b. Coll. in ItA99a.
G90d - “Welcoming Toast to Soviet Guests.” Second ‘Facing Apocalypse’ Conference, Newport, RI, June.
G90e Letter to Eric Utne on fomenting “gender war.”
H90a Interview by Andrew Dick. “The Myth of Therapy.” East-West, Feb.
H90b - Conversation with Michael Ventura. “Could Psychology be part of the Disease, not part of the Cure?” LA Weekly. 12/26. Reprinted in Men’s Council Journal 7.
H90c Interview by Sarah Stacey. “Men and Each Other.” Harpers & Queen, Jul. London: National Magazine Co. -
D89a “Back to Beyond: On Cosmology” (with responses to Casey, Griffin, Keller, Heisig & Hopper). Archetypal Process: Self and Divine in Jung, Hillman and Whitehead. Ed. D. R. Griffin. Evanston, IL: Northwestern Univ. Press. Extracted in ItD88. Collected in ItA96a.
D89b - “Cosmology for Soul.” Sphinx 2. London: London Convivium for Archetypal Studies. 1986 Keynote Address and Panel Discussion at Tenri International Symposium. Cosmos · Life · Religion: Beyond Humanism. Nara Japan: Tenri University Press, 1988. Collected in JaD88, ItA96a.
D89c “A Course in Miracles: Spiritual Path or Omnipotent
Fantasy?” (With Barbara Dunn.) Common Boundary, Sept./Oct. Boulder, CO: Common Boundary.
D89d - “From Mirror to Window: Curing Psychoanalysis of its Narcissism.” Spring 49. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Response to critics, F90e. Also FrD94, GeD89, ItD89a, RuD99b. Excerpted in FrD90. Included in ItA96a.
E89 “Oedipus Revisited.” Eranos Jahrbuch 56. Frankfurt a/M: Insel. Reprinted in B95.
F89 “Delivering the Male.” Canadian Broadcasting Co. “Ideas,” with Robert Bly and Tim Wilson. Journal of Wild Culture, Spring. Toronto.
G89a Master of Ceremonies Introduction. Jean Erdman Dance Benefit, June. Marymont Theatre, New York.
G89b - “The Shadow Child.” Lecture at Conference on the Shadow in Children’s Literature, July. Center for the Study of Children’s Literature, Simmons College, Boston, MA.
H89a Interview by Ginette Paris. “Conversation avec James Hillman.” Montréal: Guide Resources 4/3.
H89b - Interview by Clarissa Pinkola Estes. “The Erotics of Publishing.” Bloomsbury Review 9/5. Boulder, CO: Owaissa Comm.
H89c Interview by Michael Ventura. “Therapy and Society.” LA Weekly. First part reprinted in Men’s Council Journal 7, 1990. Expanded in B92. Trans. & adapted in FrH91.
H89d - “A Discussion with James Hillman on Psychology and Poetry.” Reprinted in Antiphonal Swing by Clayton Eshleman. New York: McPherson. Originally entitled “Part One of a Discussion on Psychology and Poetry” in Sulfur: A Literary Tri-Quarterly of the Whole Art, 6/1, 1986. -
A88 On Paranoia. Eranos Lectures, Series 8. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Also E87, PoA93c. In ItA91c.
D88a “Jung’s Daimonic Inheritance.” Sphinx 1. London: London Convivium for Archetypal Studies. Also ItD96b.
D88b - “The Right to Remain Silent.” The Journal of Humanistic Education and Development, 26/4. Also ItD87c. Collected
D88c “Power and Gemeinschaftsgefühl.” Individual Psychology: Journal of Adlerian Theory, Research and Practice, 44/1. Full Text Article (EBSCO password required)
D88d - “Going Bugs.” Spring 1988. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Originally a talk at the conference “Anima, Animal, Animation.” Buffalo, NY: Western NY Soc. for Analytical Psych., Nov. 1980.
D88e “The Animal Kingdom in the Human Dream.” Excerpt from E83. Primavera, Fall, Folio 1. West Stockbridge, MA: Institute for the Study of Imagination.
F88a “Sex talk: Imagining a new male sexuality.” Utne Reader 29, Sept./Oct. Minneapolis, MN: LENS. (Ideas presented at the Mendocino Men’s Conference, June, 1988.) -
F88b “Foreword” to Inscapes of the Child’s World by John Allan. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ.
F88c “Show Business Ethics.” The Institute Newsletter, Fall. Dallas, TX: Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture.
F88d “Hegel, Giegerich and the U.S.A.” Spring 1988. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ.
G88a “Broken Voices, Healing Voices: Sounding the Deeps” (with Michael McClure & Enrique Pardo). San Francisco, CA, May.
G88b - “The Art of the Soul.” Keynote talk at the symposium “Embodying the Spiritual in the Art of the Future.” San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA, Sept.
H88a Interview by Barbara Dunn. “James Hillman on Soul and Spirit.” Common Boundary 6/4. Boulder, CO: Common Boundary.
H88b - Interview by Brian Nicholson. “Imagination in Education.” Dartington Hall, Bideford, Devon, England, Nov.
C87 The Logos of the Soul by Evangelos Christou. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. First published Vienna/Zürich: Dunquin Press, 1963.
D87 “A Psychology of Transgression drawn from an Incest Dream: Imagining the Case.” Spring 1987. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Also GeD87, ItD96a.
E87 “On Paranoia.” Eranos Jahrbuch 54. Frankfurt a/M: Insel. Reprinted as A88.
F87a Letter to the Editor: “Bureaucratic Buck-Passing” (on steel-jawed leg-hold traps). Putnam, CT: Putnam Observer Patriot, Feb. 25.
F87b “Behind the Iron Grillwork” (for Clayton Eshleman).
F87c “The Wildman in the Cage.” Reprinted as “The Wildman in the Cage: Comment” in New Men, New Minds: Breaking Male Tradition. Ed. F. Abbott. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press. Originally in Voices: Journal of the American Academy of Psychotherapists, New York, 1984.
F87d “Editor’s Introduction” to The Logos of the Soul by Evangelos Christou. See C87.
G87a “The Open City.” Keynote address at “The Soul of Pittsburgh” conference, May. Urban Redevelopment Authority and C. G. Jung Center, Pittsburgh, PA.
G87b - “Notes on AIDS.” Talk at the conference, Disease: An Inquiry into Culture. Dallas, TX: Dallas Institute of
Humanities and Culture, Oct. 24–25.
H87 “Conversation with James Hillman.” The Search for Omm Sety by Jonathan Cott. New York: Doubleday.
A86 Egalitarian Typologies versus the Perception of the Unique. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Leiden: Brill, 1980. Also E80, RuD01.
D86a “Bachelard’s Lautréamont, or Psychoanalysis without a Patient.” Afterword essay in Gaston Bachelard’s Lautréamont. Trans. Robert S. Dupree. Dallas, TX: Dallas Institute Publ.
D86b - “Notes on White Supremacy: Essaying an Archetypal Account of Historical Events.” Spring 1986. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Also ItD92b.
D86c “Interiors in the Design of the City: The Ceiling.” Reprinted as “Interior and Design of the City: Ceilings” in Stirrings of Culture. Eds. Robert Sardello, Gail Thomas. Dallas, TX: Dallas Inst. Publ. Excerpted as “One Man’s Ceiling Is Another Man’s Horror,” Utne Reader 8, Minneapolis, MN: LENS, 1985. First printed in Institute Newsletter 2/1, Dallas, TX: Dallas Inst. of Humanities and Culture, 1983. Originally a talk, Dallas Institute Forum, May 17, 1982. Revised as G96a. Collected in PoA93b.
F86a Letter to the Editor. “Selling out to Developers.” Putnam, CT: Putnam Observer Patriot, Mar. 9.
F86b “Soul and Spirit.” Carl Jung and Soul Psychology. Ed. E. M. Stern. New York: Haworth Press. Also in Voices: Journal American Academy of Psychotherapists, New York, 21/3 & 4. Excerpts from 1964 edition of A97a and 1975 edition of A92a.
F86c “Entertaining Ideas.” Second printing, Stirrings of Culture. Eds. Robert Sardello, Gail Thomas. Dallas, TX: Dallas Institute Publ. Originally in Institute Newsletter 1/1. Dallas, TX: Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, 1981.
F86d “Talking as Walking.” Stirrings of Culture. Eds. R. Sardello, G. Thomas. Dallas, TX: Dallas Inst. Publ. Also in Institute Newsletter, Dallas, TX: Dallas Inst. of Hum. & Culture, Fall 1984.
F86e “Souls Take Pleasure in Moisture.” Reprinted in Stirrings of Culture. Eds. R. Sardello, G. Thomas. Dallas, TX: Dallas Institute Publ. First printing, Institute Newsletter, Dallas, TX: Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, Fall 1984.
G86 “The Hard-Liner and the Puritan.” With Ginette Paris. Draft dialogue addressing the question “Ecological Purity or Puritanical Stiffness?”
H86 “Dialogue with James Hillman” by Shaun McNiff. Art Therapy, 3/3. Also GeH89.
B85 Freud’s Own Cookbook (with Charles Boer). New York: Harper. Also see DuB97, FrB85, GeB86, ItB86, JaB91, KoB97, PlB99, PoB86.
D85a “Extending the Family: From Entrapment to Embrace.” The Texas Humanist 7/4. Talk at Symposium on Myth and Imagination, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA, Feb. 22, 1984. Abbr. in Utne Reader 27, Minneapolis, MN: LENS, 1988.
D85b - “Natural Beauty without Nature.” Expanded version of a talk, Spring 1985. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Collected in the report LandMark Program. Eds. P.A.Y. Gunter, B. Higgins. Dallas, TX: Landmark Program, 1984. Collected in ItA99a, PoA93b.
D85c “The Autonomous Psyche” (with Paul Kugler). Spring 1985. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Also GeD86.
F85 “In Memoriam Robert Grinnell.” Ed. C. Goodrich. Privately printed, Santa Barbara, CA.
G85 “Notes for a Spring Editorial.” 1985.
H85 Interview by John Stockwell. “James Hillman on Animals: A Correspondence.” Berkeley, CA: Between the Species, Spring. Excerpted in “The Dreams of Lost Paradise.” Utne Reader, Minneapolis, MN: LENS, Jan.–Feb. 1987.
A84 The Thought of the Heart. Eranos Lectures Series 2. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Reprint of E81a.
D84 “City and Soul.” Fourth printing, Urban Resources 1/4, Spring. Cincinnati, OH: Div. of Metropolitan Services, Univ. of Cincinnati. First printing, Irving, TX: Center for Civic Leadership, Univ. of Dallas, 1978. Collected in ItA99a, PoA93b.
F84 “The Spirit of the City.” Buffalo Arts Review 2/1. Buffalo, NY: Irving Press Collective.
G84a “Form and Spontaneity.” Notes from two lectures given at Robert Bly’s Tenth Annual Conference: The Great Mother and The New Father. Sebago Lake, ME, June.
G84b - “Mood Disorders.” Unused notes prepared for a talk before department heads at Dallas City Hall, Apr. 17.
E83 “The Animal Kingdom in the Human Dream.” Eranos Jahrbuch 51. Frankfurt a/M: Insel. Excerpted in D88e, B97, ItA91a. See also GeB99.
F83a “Buffalo’s Inner City: A Conversation between Paul Kugler and James Hillman.” Buffalo, NY: Buffalo Arts Review 1/1.
F83b “Letter to the Editor” (with Paul Kugler). Buffalo, NY: Buffalo Arts Review 1/2.
F83c Translation from German of “Jottings on the Jung Film ‘Matter of Heart”’ by Adolf Guggenbühl-Craig. Spring 1983. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ.
F83d “A Contribution to Soul and Money.” Money, Food, Drink and Fashion and Analytic Training: Depth Dimensions of Physical Existence. Proc. of the 8th Intl. Congress for Analytical Psychology. Ed. J. Beebe. Fellback: Adolf Bonz. Originally in Soul and Money by Russell A. Lockhart, James Hillman, et. al. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ., 1982. Also see GeF80. Collected in PoA93b.
G83a “Myth and Aging.” The University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Center for Twentieth-Century Studies, Apr.
G83b - “Academia, the Soul, and the City.” Talk, Annual Meeting, American Academy of Religion, Dallas, TX, Dec.
G83c “On Dreaming of Pigs: A Jungian View of Interpretation.” Lecture for Dept. of English, Yale Univ., New Haven, CT, Nov.
G83d - “On Images.” Transcript of taped class, University of New Mexico, Oct. 12.
G83e “Discussion” among James Hillman, Hayao Kawai, and Toshihiko Izutsu. Also JaH83.
H83 Interview by Thomas Moore. “Let the Creatures Be.”
Parabola: Myth and the Quest for Meaning. New York: Society for the Study of Myth and Tradition. Spring, 8/2.
D82 Anima Mundi: The Return of the Soul to the World.” Spring 1982. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Lecture delivered in Italian, Palazzo Vecchio, Firenze, Oct. 1981. Collected in A96a, ItA02c, PoA93b. Also ItD93b.
E82 “The Imagination of Air and the Collapse of Alchemy.” Eranos Jahrbuch 50. Frankfurt a/M: Insel.
F82a “On Culture and Chronic Disorder.” The Institute Newsletter, 1/2, Feb.–Mar. Dallas, TX: Dallas Inst. of Humanities and Culture. Excerpted in Stirrings of Culture. Eds. Robert Sardello, Gail Thomas. Dallas, TX: Dallas Institute Publications, 1986. Included in ItA85, PoA93b. Also FrF88.
F82b “City Limits.” Imagining Dallas. Dallas, TX: Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture.
A81 Loose Ends: Primary Papers in Archetypal Psychology. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. New York/Zürich: Spring Publ., 1975. Includes D70c, D97b, D81a-f, D81i&j, D74b, E73, GeD63, ItD94c. Selections in DuA84 & ItA85. Also PoA81.
D81a “Betrayal.” Lecture, collected in A81. Also in Spring 1965. First published as Lecture 128, Guild of Pastoral Psychology, London, 1964. Collected in ItA99c. Also GeD79a, ItD71.
D81b - “Toward the Archetypal Model of the Masturbation Inhibition.” Collected in A81. Originally published in Journal of Analytical Psychology 11/1, London, 1966. Also ItD83a.
D81c “On the Psychology of Parapsychology.” Collected in A81. Originally in A Century of Psychical Research. Eds. A. Angoff, B. Shapin. New York: Parapsychology Foundation, 1971.
D81d - “Three Ways of Failure and Analysis.” Coll. in A81. Success and Failure in Analysis. Ed. G. Adler. New York: Putnam’s, 1974. Originally in Jour. of Analytical Psychology, 17/1, London, 1972. Full Text Article (EBSCO password required)
D81e “Schism: As Differing Visions.” Collected in A81. First published as Lecture 162, London: Guild of Pastoral
D81f “Plotino, Ficino and Vico as Precursors of Archetypal Psychology.” Collected in A81. Enciclopedia 1974, Roma: Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana (in English and Italian.) Also ItD94c. Collected in ItA02b.
D81g - “Puer’s Wounds and Ulysses’ Scar.” Dromenon, III/3, Winter, New York: Dromenon Jour. Collected in C79a, ItA88, PoA98a.
D81h - “Silver and the White Earth.” Part Two: Spring 1981. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Part One, D80b. -
D81i “Methodological Problems in Dream Research.” Collected in A81. Also GeD63.
D81j “Pothos: the Nostalgia of the Puer Eternus.” Collected in A81. Lecture delivered in French, Chambéry, May 1974. Also ItD80c. Collected in ItA88, PoA98a. -
E81a “The Thought of the Heart.” Eranos Jahrbuch 48. Frankfurt a/M: Insel. Reprinted, A84. Revised in A96a.
E81b “Psychotherapy’s Inferiority Complex.” Eranos Jahrbuch 46. Frankfurt a/M: Insel. Revised in A96d.
G81 “Imagination Is Bull.” Lecture, Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, Mar. 1981.
D80a “The Therapeutic Value of Alchemical Language.” Methods of Treatment in Analytical Psychology. Ed. I. F. Baker. Fellbach: Adolf Bonz. Also in Dragonflies: Studies in Imaginal Psychology 1/1, 1978.
D80b - “Silver and the White Earth.” Part One: Spring 1980. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Part Two, D81h. -
E80 “Egalitarian Typologies versus the Perception of the Unique.” Eranos Jahrbuch 45. Leiden: Brill. Engl. A86.
F80a “The Children, The Children! An Editorial.” Children’s Literature 8. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
F80b Letter to the Editor. “University of Dallas.” Dallas, TX: D Magazine, 7/12, Dec.
G80 “Respect for Air.” Contribution to a panel on inspection and maintenance of automobile exhaust emissions, City Hall, Dallas, TX, Sept.
A79 The Dream and the Underworld. New York: Harper. Expansion of E75. Also GeA83, ItA96c, JaA98b.
C79a Puer Papers. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Includes D00d, D81g, D79a, E68.
C79b Studies in Jungian Thought. 1967–74, 11 vols. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell Univ. Press and Evanston, IL: Northwestern Univ. Press.
D79a “Notes on Opportunism.” Published in C79a. Collected in ItA88, PoA98a.
D79b - Psychological Fantasies in Transportation Problems. Irving, TX: Center for Civic Leadership, Univ. of Dallas. Collected in PoA93b.
F79a (“Editor’s Preface”) “The Bologna Enigma” by C. G. Jung. Spring 1979, Dallas, TX: Spring Publ.
F79b “Letter from the Editor for a Tenth Anniversary.” An editorial in Spring 1979, Dallas, TX: Spring Publ.
G79a “Goals for Dallas: Dallas for Goals.” June lecture delivered to department heads and subheads of the City of Dallas, TX.
G79b - “On Graduate Despond.” Graduate Dean’s opening semester address, Institute of Philosophic Studies, University of Dallas, Irving, TX, Sept.
D78 “Further Notes on Images.” Spring 1978. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ.
D77a “An Inquiry into Image.” Spring 1977. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. First presented at the annual conference on Jung, University of Notre Dame, IN, Apr.
D77b - “The Pandaemonium of Images: C. G. Jung’s Contribution to Know Thyself.” Art International 3, Lugano. Revised in A96d. Also GeE77, ItD80b.
E77 “On the Necessity of Abnormal Psychology.” Eranos Jahr-buch 43. Leiden: Brill. Reprinted in C92b. Collected in ItA91c.
F77a “Letter” (on Jung’s style compared with T. S. Eliot’s). Journal of Analytical Psychology 22.
F77b “Publisher’s Preface.” Hermes and His Children by Rafael Lopez-Pedraza. New York/Zürich: Spring Publ. Also FrF80b & ItF77.
G77 “Archetypal Therapy” (with Patricia Berry). Paper, “First Intl. Seminar of Archetypal Psychology,” Univ. of Dallas, Irving, TX, Jan.
D76 “Some Early Background to Jung’s Ideas: Notes on C. G. Jung’s Medium by Stefanie Zumstein-Preiswerk.” Spring 1976, Dallas, TX: Spring Publ.
F76 “Publisher’s Prefatory Note” to Visions Seminars by C. G. Jung. Zürich/New York: Spring Publ.
D75a “The Fiction of Case History: A Round.” Religion as Story. Ed. J. B. Wiggins. New York: Harper. Revised in A96d.
D75b - “The ‘Negative’ Senex and a Renaissance Solution.” Spring 1975. Zürich: Spring Publ. Included in ItA85.
E75 “The Dream and the Underworld.” Eranos Jahrbuch 42. Leiden: Brill. Also SpD94b. Expanded as A79.
F75 “Editor’s Preface,” “Psychological Commentary on Kundalini Yoga, 1 & 2” by C. G. Jung. Spring 1975. Zurich: Spring Publ.
D74a “’Anima’ (II).” Spring 1974. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Also GeD81b & in FrD81. Expanded in A96b.
D74b - “Archetypal Theory: C. G. Jung.” Ed. A. Burton. Operational Theories of Personality. New York: Brunner/Mazel. Abridged in A81. Also ItD83d.
D73a “Anima.” Spring 1973. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Also GeD81a. Expanded in A96b. In ItA02c.
D73b - “Pathologizing (or Falling Apart).” Art International 17/6, Lugano. Revised in A92a.
E73 “Abandoning the Child.” Eranos Jahrbuch 40, Leiden: Brill. Revised in A81. Excerpted in Spring 63: Mom and the Kids. Woodstock, CT: Spring Publ. Condensed in Reclaiming the Inner Child. Ed. J. Abrams. Los Angeles: Tarcher, 1990.
E72 “First Adam, then Eve: Fantasies of Female Inferiority in Changing Consciousness.” Eranos Jahrbuch 38, Zürich: Rhein. Art International 14/7, Lugano, 1970. Revised in A97c.
F71 “Avant Propos” to the Catalogue of Cecil Collins: Recent Paintings. London: Arthur Tooth & Sons.
G71 “Guidelines for the Future.” Lecture Apr. 24, Malvern, England. London: Centre for Spiritual and Psychological Studies.
B70 “A Psychological Commentary” to Kundalini: The Evolutionary Energy in Man by Gopi Krishna. Second printings, London: Stuart and Watkins & Berkeley: Shambhala. First printing, New Delhi/Zürich: Ramadhar and Hopman, 1967. Also ItB71 & PoB n.d.
D70a “C. G. Jung’s Contribution to Feelings and Emotions: Synopsis and Implications.” Feelings and Emotions. Ed. M. B. Arnold. New York: Academic Press.
D70b - “An Imaginal Ego.” Inscape 2. London: British Assoc. of Art Therapists. Talk, Goldsmith College, London, 1969. Included in ItA85.
D70c “Why ‘Archetypal’ Psychology?” Spring 1970. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ. Collected in A81, ItA96a. Also see D00c.
E70 “The Language of Psychology and the Speech of the Soul.” Eranos Jahrbuch 37, Zürich: Rhein. Art International 14/1, Lugano, 1970. Also ItE72. Revised in A97c. -
F70a “An Introductory Note: C. G. Carus – C. G. Jung.” Psyche (Part One) by Carl Gustav Carus. New York/Zürich: Spring Publ.
F70b “Preface to the American Edition” of Conscience. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.
F70c Translation from German of “Must Analysis Fail through its Destructive Aspect?” By Adolf Guggenbühl-Craig. Spring 1970. Dallas, TX: Spring Publ.
G70 “The Problem of Fantasies and the Fantasy of Problems.” London: Centre for Spiritual and Psychological Studies. Lecture, Brighton, England, Nov. 1969. -
D69 “The Psychological Approach.” Mimeographed report of a Two-Day Symposium on the Study of Religious Experience. London: Centre for Spiritual & Psychological Studies.
D68 “C. G. Jung on Emotion.” The Nature of Emotion. Ed. M. B. Arnold. Harmondsworth, England: Penguin Books.
E68 “Senex and Puer: An Aspect of the Historical and Psychological Present.” Eranos Jahrbuch 36, Zürich: Rhein. Art International 15/1, Lugano, 1971. Collected in C79a, ItA99c, PoA98a. Also FrD78, ItD90b.
F68 “Editor’s Preface to the American Edition” of Timeless Documents of the Soul by S. Hurwitz, M.-L. von Franz, and H. Jacobsohn. Evanston, IL: Northwestern Univ. Press.
H68 Interview by Kenneth L. Wilson. “A Psychologist Talks about . . .” New York: Christian Herald, Oct.
E67 “On Psychological Creativity.” Eranos Jahrbuch 35, Zürich: Rhein. Art International 13/7, Lugano, 1969. Revised in A97c
F67a “Preface to the American Edition” of Evil. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.
F67b “Preface” to Satan in the Old Testament by Rivkah Scharf Kluger. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.
F67c “Preface to the American Edition.” Ancient Incubation and Modern Psychotherapy by C. A. Meier. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.
G67a “Life and Death in Analysis.” Paper, international conference
on suicide, San Francisco State Univ., San Francisco, CA, Oct.
G67b - “Symbols of Dying.” Paper, international conference on suicide, San Francisco State University, CA, Oct.
G65a “The Inner World: The Unconscious as Experience.” Presented at the Ministers’ Seminar, First Community Church, Columbus, OH, Apr. Revised in A96c.
G65b - “The Inner Darkness: The Unconscious as a Moral Problem.” Presented at the Ministers’ Seminar, First Community Church, Columbus, OH, Apr. Revised in A96c.
G65c “The Inner Femininity: Towards the Religious Moment.” Presented at the Ministers’ Seminar, First Community Church, Columbus, OH, Apr. Revised in A96c.
G65d - “The Courage to Risk Failure.” Graduation address, American International School of Zurich, June. -
F63 “Foreword” (with A. K. Donoghue). The Cocaine Papers by Sigmund Freud. Vienna/Zürich: Dunquin Press & Spring Publ.
H63 Interview by Mary Rice Brogan. “Zurich Analysts Suggest Oswald Sane.” (With Adolf Guggenbühl). Houston, TX: Houston Chronicle.
D62a “Friends and Enemies.” London: Harvest 8. Talk, Annual Conference of the Analytical Psychology Club, Oct. 1961.
D62b - “Training and the C. G. Jung Institute, Zürich.” Includes “A Note on Multiple Analysis and Emotional Climate in Training Institutes” and “Reply to Discussions.” Journal of Analytical Psychology 7/1, London.
C58 Students’ Association Publications of the C. G. Jung Institute. Three pamphlets, Zürich, 1957–58.
F57 “Editor’s Preface,” The Transcendent Function by C. G. Jung. Trans. A. R. Pope (privately printed). Zürich: Students’ Association of the C. G. Jung Institute.
C51 Associate Editor, Envoy: An Irish Review of Literature and Art. 16 issues, Dublin, 1949–51.
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