In September of 1912, Fordham was the site of a watershed moment in the history of psychoanalysis.
Renowned psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Carl Jung delivered a series of lectures that set the stage for his future work—including a decisive break from the theories of his friend and colleague, Sigmund Freud.
On Oct. 26, Fordham will mark the 100th anniversary of this milestone in psychoanalysis with a two-day conference at the site of the original lectures.
To learn more about the conference, visit the page on Inside Fordham.
The original participants of the “International Extension Course in Medical and Nervous Diseases,”
Sept. 9 through 28, 1912, at Fordham University.
Photo courtesy of Fordham Archives
— Joanna Klimaski