Chapter 1: Why Jung? Why Literary Criticism: An Introduction; Chapter 2: Jung, Reading, Writing: Signs, Symbols, Close Reading as Active Imagination, Alchemy; Chapter 3: Jung and Literary Forms: Archetypes, Individuation, Myth; Chapter 4: Jung and Literary Genre: Shadow, Anima/Animus, Self and the Numinous, Trickster; Chapter 5: Jung for History and Historicity in Literary Studies; Chapter 6; Jung and Literary Studies for the Anthropocene, Climate Change and Ecocriticism; References.
Susan Rowland, Ph.D., is Chair of MA Engaged Humanities at Pacifica Graduate Institute, California, USA, and teaches on the doctoral program in Jungian psychology and Archetypal Studies. She is author of nine books on C.G. Jung, including Remembering Dionysus and Psyche and the Arts (both Routledge). Founding Chair of the International Association for Jungian Studies (IAJS), Susan also writes detective fiction.