Quadrant has been in publication since 1968 and releases one volume (two issues) per year, encompassing a wide range of topics of interest to the general public and to professionals. The journal is included free of charge among Jung Foundation membership benefits and is also available to the general public by subscription or through the C.G. Jung Foundation Book Service. Please direct subscription and advertising inquiries to the C.G. Jung Foundation, 28 East 39th Street, New York, NY 10016. Telephone (212) 697-6430.
Quadrant is devoted to the presentation of the full spectrum of Jungian psychology. We welcome essays grounded in personal and professional experience which focus on issues of matter and body, psyche and spirit. These major themes of Jungï¿½s mature writings may be explored through mythological, archetypal, or alchemical motifs or images, or in expositions of an historical, cultural, scientific or clinical nature.
Manuscripts should be accessible to a broad readership, Jungian and non-Jungian alike. They should not draw significantly on the author’s previously published work, nor should they be submitted simultaneously to other publications. Manuscripts should not exceed twenty double-spaced typed pages, although shorter pieces of length appropriate to their content are also appreciated.
Authors are responsible for complete references to work cited; full citations for essays published in Jung’s Collected Works (name of essay, date of original publication, and paragraph numbers); accurate copy on all quotations, including languages other than English; and all permissions and fees to quote material under copyright. Please use APA style for citations, and reserve endnotes for commentary only.
Authors who use patients’ dreams or other personal material are also responsible for obtaining appropriate permission for the use of such material for publication and for adequately disguising the material to protect the patients’ identities.
Please retain your original manuscripts and submit your manuscript electronically to Kathryn Madden, Editor email@example.com. If your manuscript is accepted for publication, the editor will ask you to write an abstract of no more than 100 words, 3-6 key words and one paragraph of authorï¿½s biographical material.
Quadrant reserves the right to edit all material accepted for publication. The arguments and opinions expressed by the authors do not necessarily represent those of the editors. We welcome letters of comment and query in response to articles, which may be printed at the editors’ discretion. Quadrant reserves the right to edit all material accepted for publication.
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