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Years

Happenings

1875

Jung is born in in Kesswill, Switzerland, son of a Reformed Protestant pastor, Johann Paul Jung, and Emilie Preiswerk.

1895

Jung enters Basel University to study science and medicine.

1896

Jung's father dies.

1900

Jung graduates with a M.D. from the University of Basel and is appointed assistant at the Burgholzli Psychiatric Hospital, Zurich, under Professor Eugen Bleuler.

1900-1909

Jung works at the Burgholzli Mental Hospital in Zurich.

1902

Jung gets his Ph.D. at the University of Zurich with a doctoral dissertation On the Psychology and Pathology of So-Called Occult Phenomena.

1903

Jung marries Emma Rauschenberg. The get five children in the course of time.

1905-1913

Jung lectures in psychiatry at the University of Zurich.

1906

Jung initiates letter correspondance with Sigmund Freud and visits him next year in Vienna.

1907

Jung's first meeting with Freud. He writes the work The Psychology of Dementia Praecox.

1909

Jung resigns from Burgholzli. He visits USA with Freud.

1909

Jung also opens his private practice of psychoanalysis in Kuessnacht - he runs it enthusiastically till he dies.

1910

Jung is elected President of International Psychoanalytic Association. He writes Symbols of Transformation. Lectures at Fordham University.

1912

Jung declares he is scientifically independent of Freud and publishes Neue Bahnen der Psychologie .

1913

Jung resigns as President. His final break with Freud.

1916

Jung publishes La structure de l'inconscient.

1917

Jung publishes Die Psychologie der unbewussten Prozesse.

1919

Jung's first use of the term archetype (in Instinct und Unbewusstes).

1921

Jung publishes Psychologische Typen (Psychological Types).

1923

Jung starts the building of his "tower" in Bollingen.

1923

Jung visits Pueblo Indians in North America.

1925

Jung's study trip to the Elgonyi of Mount Elgon in East Africa.

1929

Jung's Commentary on the Taoist text The Secret of the Golden Flower.

1931

Jung publishes Seelenprobleme der Gegenwart.

1932-1940

Jung works as a professor of psychology at the Federal Polytechnical University in Zurich.

1934

Jung publishes Wirklichkeit der Seele. He also begins series of seminars on Nietzsche's Zarathustra. President (until 1939) of International Society for Medical Psychotherapy.

1935

Jung's Tavistock Lectures, London, on "Analytical Psychology".

1937

Jung's Terry Lectures, Yale University, on "Psychology and Religion".

1937

Jung's study trip to India.

1941

Jung publishes Essays on a Science of Mythology with Karl Kerényi.

1944-1945

Jung becomes professor of medical psychology at the University of Basel, and his Psychology and Alchemy is published.

1945

Jung publishes Nach der Katastrofe.

1948

Founding of C.G. Jung Institute, Zurich.

1950

Jung publishes Aion - Fänomenologie des Selbsts.

1951

Jung's lecture "On Synchronicity".

1952

Jung publishes Antwort für Job (Answers to Job).

1955?

His Mysterium Coniunctionis.

1957

Jung publishes Gegenwart und Zukunft.

1961

Jung dies at his home in Kusnacht, near Zurich, at the age of 85, after a short illness.


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