How a Three Year Book Project Comes to Fruition!

E. Brodersen & M. Glock – Edited Jungian perspectives on rebirth & renewal. Released by Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group

The collection of essays come from participants in the 2014 IAJS Phoenix Conference on Rebirth and Renewal, on ASU Mercado Campus.

Elizabeth Brodersen and myself worked on collating, editing and putting together the project. Many thanks to our editor at Routledge, Susannah Frearson, she worked tirelessly through the many revisions and rights issues.

Many belated thanks also go to our co-conference organizers. S<strong>tephani Stephens, Liz Brodersen, Michael Glock, Don Fredericksen, Marybeth Carter and Paivi Alho.</strong>

We dedicated the book to Donald Fredericksen because shortly after the conference he became seriously ill and died. Donald L. Fredericksen, was a friend and a teacher, adviser, mentor and friend to generations of Cornell students, died in Ithaca May 15 from brain cancer. He spent his life as a therapist and as a film scholar. He was 69.

Details about Don, the conference and the book Phoenix Rising may be found below.

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Forthcoming Titles Marketing

Here is an example of a marketing flyer for the book produced by the great team at Routledge late 2016. The flyer is distributed on the IAJS International Association for Jungian Strudies list serve and used by the authors of the essays within the book to send to their friends, families, lists and on social media. 

View Jungian Perspectives on rebirth & renewal on the Routledge website

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