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Focusing on the work of C.G. Jung, the Kristine Mann Library is an important and accessible resource for Jungian studies that is open to the general public. Established in the 1940’s by the Analytical Psychology Club of New York, the KML is the oldest Jungian library in North America. We collect and catalog books, journals, papers, and audiovisual materials by and about C.G. Jung and others in the field of Jungian psychology. Our holdings also include materials in related areas of study, such as theology, alchemy, mythology, symbolism, the arts, anthropology, psychoanalysis and general psychology.
The Library is one of the few academic sites to house all the hard copies of the following journals from inception to current issues; all articles are catalogued separately and are searchable via the Koha, our electronic catalogue:
IJJS (International Journal of Jungian Studies)
JAP (Journal of Analytical Psychology)
Founded to serve members of the Analytical Psychology Club, analysts-in-training with the C. G. Jung Institute of New York, and other members of the Jungian community, the library’s mission is to provide intellectual access, as well as assistance and use of its unique collection. The library is the steward of its present resources and of the information and services that will become available in the future.