Research Award

The Trustees of the Kristine Mann Library are pleased to announce that the Kristine Mann Award for Research in Analytical Psychology is now an annual occurrence.  This scholarship began in 2017 and has proved successful for all involved. The aim of the award is to encourage original research in all scholarly, historical,and theoretical (non-clinical) areas of Jungian studies and is open to all certified Jungian analysts,  analysts-in-training, doctoral students and others engaged in research and scholarship that is of interest to the Jungian Community Preference will be shown to those who are new to the field.  The Library is located in the Jung Center of New York and contains an internationally-known collection of books and other materials related to analytical psychology, the field developed by Carl Gustav Jung. The mission of library is to disseminate this knowledge to a broad public constituency and to assist scholarship in the field.

Applicants are encouraged to submit a proposal of no more than 300 words outlining the nature of their research. It should be based on original material that has not been previously presented, published, or submitted elsewhere and be accompanied by a short biography as well as pertinent contact information. The award is for $3000 and will be dispersed in two annual installments. An interim progress report will be expected after the first year with the completed project and a public presentation in New York at the end of the second.  Please note that preference will be shown to those new to the field.

The deadline for proposals is usually mid-March and then applicants will be advised of the Trustees’ decision by mid-June.