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John F. Peck

Poet, Associate Professor of English

Mount Holyoke

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Philemon Foundation News & Events » - Translating and Editing the Unpublished Works of C. G. Jung for the Philemon Series

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- The first volume of the ETH Lectures, on The History of Psychology, edited by Ernst Falzeder, with a foreword by Ulrich Hoerni, translated by Mark Kyburz, John Peck and Ernst Falzeder, has been accepted for publication by Princeton University Press.
Notes of the Seminar Given by C. G. Jung in Berlin between 26 June and 1 July 1933, with a presentation by Heinrich Zimmer, edited by Giovanni Sorge, translated by Mark Kyburz and John Peck; -The English translation of C. G. Jung and Adolf Keller, On Theology and Psychology: A Correspondence, edited by Marianne Jehle-Wildberger, translated by Heather McCartney with John Peck. - The second and sixth volumes of the ETH Lectures, The Psychology of Consciousness and Dream Psychology, edited by Ernst Falzeder, translated by Mark Kyburz, John Peck and Ernst Falzeder; - The Psychology of Yoga and Meditation, edited by Martin Liebscher, translated by Heather McCartney with John Peck. - The Black Books 1913-1932, edited by Sonu Shamdasani, translated by Martin Liebscher, John Peck and Sonu Shamdasani. Even native German speakers such as Martin Liebscher and Ernst Falzeder, and such translators as Sonu Shamdasani and John Peck, struggle with the valences of Jung's terminology, but they are nearer and closer to their valences and meanings. (The German style of the Red Book, I have been told, has its special challenges.) Another Philemon scholar, John Peck, worked with Sonu on the Red Book and now on the Black Books, Jung's personal record of psychological transformation, to be published via Philemon in 1918. In a personal communication, John spoke of the intense impact of involvement in the internal dynamics and configurations of Jung's psychic world. As a teacher of candidates, I have seen a noticeable difference in those who were exposed to the Red Book from the start of their training from the previous generations. Editors: John Beebe -Adrian Cunningham -Marianne Jehle -Ernst Falzeder-Suzanne Gieser -Ann Lammers -Martin Liebscher -John Peck -Sonu Shamdasani -Giovanni Sorge -Craig Stephenson Translated by Martin Liebscher, John Peck and Sonu Shamdasani The History of Psychology: Lectures delivered at the ETH Zürich by C. G. Jung, Volume 1: October 1933 - February 1934, edited by Ernst Falzeder, foreword by Ulrich Hoerni, translated by Mark Kyburz, John Peck and Ernst Falzeder. Notes of the Seminar Given by Dr. C. G. Jung in Berlin between 26 June and 1 July 1933, with a presentation by Heinrich Zimmer, Edited by Giovanni Sorge, Translated by Mark Kyburz and John Peck. In addition, the English translation of the Jung-Keller correspondence, which appeared in German last year, has been completed: C. G. Jung and Adolf Keller: On Theology and Psychology: A Correspondence, edited by Marianne Jehle, translated by Heather McCartney and John Peck. Meanwhile, work continues on the editing of Jung and the Indologists: Jung's Correspondences with Wilhelm Hauer, Heinrich Zimmer and Mircea Eliade (edited by Giovanni Sorge), and the editing and translating of The Black Books: 1913-1932 (edited by Sonu Shamdasani, translated by Martin Liebscher, John Peck and Sonu Shamdasani), and further volumes of the ETH lectures (edited by Ernst Falzeder and Martin Liebscher).


Philemon Foundation | Scholars - Translating and Editing the Unpublished Works of C. G. Jung for the Philemon Series

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JOHN PECK, PH.D.
Editor and Translator John was born in Pittsburgh and educated at Allegheny College and Stanford University. He is a poet, former associate professor of English at Mount Holyoke, and a Zürich-trained analyst in private practice in New England since 1993. He is a co-translator of Jung's The Red Book: Liber Novus, and his collaborations with Mark Kyburz as translator date from the mid-1990s. He is the final editor of Jung's seminar on Dream Interpretation Ancient and Modern: 1936-1941 (Philemon Series). His Collected Shorter Poems 1966-1996 is available from Northwestern University Press, and his most recent books are Contradance (University of Chicago Press) and I Came, I Saw: Eight Poems (Shearsman Books, U.K).


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John McCullough on American poets Jane Hirshfield, John Peck and Timothy Donnelly


John Peck – Author Page

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John Peck
Shearsman Titles Peck writes primarily in free verse, though he does, in his words, "plait phonic elements across both accentual and syllabic grids." This is especially true when it comes off less as pedantry than as a passion of mind, as in Peck's case. Peck won the Prix de Rome for his second poetry collection, The Broken Blockhouse Wall (1978), and then moved to Zurich, where he trained as an analyst at the C.G. Jung Institute. After more than a decade of publishing silence, Peck published three volumes of poetry in four years. Speaking to the relationship between his analytical work and his writing, Peck has said that "Jung's psychology has deepened my respect for the gap between framing an intuition in words and actually taking in what the larger personality would have one incorporate."


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John Peck, reviewing translator
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