C. G. Jung

English translations of the writings of the Swiss psychiatrist and founder of analytical psychology Carl Gustav Jung (1875–1961) are found in two separate series, The Collected Works of C. G. Jung and the Philemon Foundation Series.

Published in twenty volumes between 1953 and 1979, with some ancillary volumes published later, The Collected Works of C. G. Jung is at the heart of Princeton University Press’s Bollingen publishing program. The Collected Works brings together almost all of Jung’s published writings in English translation, grouped by theme rather than chronology. The volumes feature translations commissioned by Bollingen from Richard Francis Carrington Hull. This massive undertaking was coordinated by William McGuire (1917–2009), first at the Bollingen offices in New York and then at the Press.

In addition to the works gathered in The Collected Works, Jung left behind thousands of pages of equally important unpublished seminar proceedings, correspondence, and other writings. The Philemon Foundation Series publishes many of these works that have been previously unavailable to English readers. Edited by Sonu Shamdasani, the series is published by the Press in association with the Philemon Foundation, and with the support of the Foundation of the Works of C. G. Jung.