NYC WALKING TOUR WITH JAY SHERRY
"Faint voices from Greenwich Village: Jung's impact on the first American avant-garde"
This walking tour will highlight Jung's 1913 trip to New York City and the role that Beatrice Hinkle, America's first Jungian psychoanalyst, had in promoting his work then and in the years that followed. Blackballed by New York Psychoanalytic Society for aligning herself with Jung, she was a member of the feminist Heterodoxy Club and analyzed many of the creative young people gravitating to Greenwich Village. Jung's contact with Kahlil Gibran and other bohemians there would play a role in the active imaginations that he began after returning home and that would eventually become the Red Book. Those participating will come away from it with a deepened appreciation for this creative moment in Jung's career and it's impact via Beatrice Hinkle on modern American culture.
$25 General Admission
$15 for students and seniors.
Walking between 1 and 2 miles. Start on time!
Schedule below for a walking tour with Jay!
*Walking Tour meets up in front of Washington Square Park, located directly across the street from the NYU Kimmel Center