M.A. or Ph.D. in
Jungian Psychology:
Interdisciplinary Study of Robert Graves

(With a Minor in Post-Jungian Mythology)



Graves.

American University of New York

New York City Humanities Institute
All Classes in English


Jungian Psychology:                                            36 credit hrs.


Psy. 1810. Two Essays on Analytic Psychology (Vol. 7. CW)
Psy. 1820. The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious (Vol. 9. I, CW)
Psy. 1830. Aion: Research into the Phenomenology of the Self (Vol. 9. II, CW)
Psy. 1840. Psychology of Religion: East and West (Vol 11. CW)
Psy. 1850. The Symbolic Life (Vol. 18. CW)
Psy. 1860. Mysterium Coniunctionis (Vol. 14. CW)
Psy. 1870. Civilization in Transition (Vol. 10. CW)
Psy. 1880. Psychology of Religion & Mandala (East-West)
Psy. 1890. Memories, Dreams, Reflections


15 Credit hrs. (selected works)


Graves Studies: With A Minor in Post-Jungian Mythology


Psy. 2280. Adams Rib and Other Hebrew Creation Myths
Psy. 2290. Greek Gods and Heros
Psy. 2300. Greek Myths
Psy. 2310. The Song of Songs
Psy. 2320. The White Goddess: A Historical Grammar of Poetical Myth
Psy. 2330. Apuleius: The Golden Ass
Psy. 2340. Bulfinch's Mythology: The Age of Fable
Psy. 2350. Hebrew Myths: The Book of Genesis
Psy. 2360. Myths of Ancient Greece



15 Credit hrs. (selected works)


Thesis Work:

(6 Credit hrs.)



Total: 36 Credit hrs.





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