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Beth Darlington

Professor of English

Vassar College

HQ Phone: (845) 437-7000

Email: b***@***.edu

Vassar College

124 Raymond Ave

Poughkeepsie, New York 12604

United States

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Background Information

Affiliations

Board Member
C. G. Jung Institute of New York

Member
The New York Association for Analytical Psychology

Member
ARAS

Member
Analytical Psychology Club

Member
Jung Foundation

Member
International Association for Analytical Psychology

Board Member
Kristine Mann Library

Jungian Analyst In Private Practice, A Member
APC of NY

Education

PhD

Web References (62 Total References)


The Jung Club - 2012-20113 Seminar Series

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Beth Darlington, Ph.D. is a Professor of English at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York. A graduate of the C. G. Jung Institute of New York, she is also a licensed and certified Jungian analyst and has a private practice in Poughkeepsie. At the Jung Center she is a member of the New York Association for Analytical Psychology, the Analytical Psychology Club, the Jung Foundation, ARAS and a former member of the Board of the C. G. Jung Institute. For the Institute, she has chaired the curriculum, outreach, and examinations committees, and she has taught both at the Institute and New York's Jung Foundation. She is the book review editor for the Foundation's journal "Quadrant" and has recently accepted an appointment to the Library Committee for the Center's Kristine Mann Library. Her books, articles, and lectures include work on the English Romantic poets, mythology, fairy tales, and Jungian psychology.


The Jung Club - Oct  2012 Seminar

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Our Presenter: Beth Darlington, Ph.D. is a Professor of English at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York. A graduate of the C. G. Jung Institute of New York, she is also a licensed and certified Jungian analyst and has a private practice in Poughkeepsie. At the Jung Center she is a member of the New York Association for Analytical Psychology, the Analytical Psychology Club, the Jung Foundation, ARAS and a former member of the Board of the C. G. Jung Institute. For the Institute, she has chaired the curriculum, outreach, and examinations committees, and she has taught both at the Institute and New York's Jung Foundation. She is the book review editor for the Foundation's journal "Quadrant" and has recently accepted an appointment to the Library Committee for the Center's Kristine Mann Library. Her books, articles, and lectures include work on the English Romantic poets, mythology, fairy tales, and Jungian psychology.


The C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology | Lectures

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Beth Darlington, PhD

Examine the classical myth of Prometheus in terms of Jung's interpretations of its power conflicts, its transformation in the poet Shelley's verse drama Prometheus Unbound, and its psychological and political relevance for our time.
Beth Darlington, PhD, a professor of English at Vassar College, is a member of the board of the C.G. Jung Institute of New York and a psychoanalyst in private practice.


Rubin Museum of Art:Linda Gregg

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Beth Darlington teaches at Vassar's Department of English where she specializes in English Romantic Poetry with a particular emphasis on Wordsworth. She is a certified and New York State licensed Jungian psychoanalyst. Her academic interests focus on nineteenth-century British literature, depth psychology, mythology, fairy tales, and various aspects of embodied learning.


Rubin Museum of Art:Linda Gregg

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Beth Darlington teaches at Vassar's Department of English where she specializes in English Romantic Poetry with a particular emphasis on Wordsworth. She is a certified and New York State licensed Jungian psychoanalyst. Her academic interests focus on nineteenth-century British literature, depth psychology, mythology, fairy tales, and various aspects of embodied learning.

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