Uniform Edition – James Hillman

SPRING PUBLICATIONS, INC in conjunction with
THE DALLAS INSTITUTE PUBLICATIONS

In 2004 Spring Publications announced the publication of the clothbound Uniform Edition of the Writings of James Hillman that unites major lectures, occasional writings, scholarly essays, clinical papers, and interviews — arranged thematically. Three volumes, Archetypal Psychology, City & Soul, and Senex & Puer have since been published, with a fourth, Mythic Figures.

Spring takes pride in announcing, in conjunction with The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, the publication of the Uniform Edition of the writings of James Hillman, the founder of Archetypal Psychology — the lasting legacy of an original mind.

The uniform, clothbound set of 10 volumes of the writings of James Hillman unites major lectures, occasional writings, scholarly essays, clinical papers and interviews — arranged thematically. Each volume is embossed with a drawing by the American artist James Lee Byars.


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Conversing with James Hillman

Established in 2014, the Conversing with James Hillman series publishes the papers from the James Hillman Symposia, held annually at the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture. Each symposium takes as its subject a volume of the Uniform Edition of the Writings of James Hillman. Internationally recognized scholars explicate the volume and illuminate concepts developed by James Hillman in his groundbreaking work on archetypal psychology. The title of the series, Conversing with James Hillman, emphasizes the dialogic nature of this work, considering Hillman’s texts in psychological, philosophical, historical, cultural, and social frameworks. Edited by series editor Joanne Stroud and volume editor Robert Sardello, Conversing with James Hillman supports the mission of the James Hillman Symposiums to honor Hillman’s lifelong study of—in his own words—a “psychology deliberately affiliated with the arts, culture, and the history of ideas, arising as they do from the imagination.”

City & Soul

Conversing with James Hillman: City & Soul — $24.95 

Joanne H. Stroud, Series Editor
Robert Sardello, Volume Editor
ISBN-13: 978-0-911005-56-1, Paperback 178 pages, color images

From the 2014 James Hillman Symposium on City & Soul, Uniform Edition Vol. 2   by JAMES HILLMAN

Conversing with James Hillman: City & Soul includes works by: James Hillman, Gustavo Barcellos, Gustavo Beck, Scott Becker, Tom Cheetham, Matthew Green, Nor Hall, Jonathan Harrell, Sarah Jackson, Robert Leaver, Klaus Ottmann, Robert Romanyshyn, Cheryl Sanders-Sardello, Robert Sardello, Randolph Severson, Dennis Slattery, Joanne H. Stroud, Rodney Teague, Gail Thomas and Mary Watkins

“We might begin by asking why did James Hillman talk and write enough about the city to fill an entire volume, City & Soul, of his Uniform Edition? [In] America in the late twentieth century we had grown careless and had allowed so many of our major metropolises to fall into decline. One of the unique contributions to Western civilization that the city-state of Athens made in the classic era was appreciation for the cohesion of the city. . . .[We] kept reimagining what a city, a lively one, could be. We reminded ourselves that it was indeed possible to bring back the bustling energy that had fled the center. . . . Not only does James Hillman have much to add to the knowledge of the experience of life in the city, but he also leaves us with much to further question. My hope is that this new book, Conversing with James Hillman, will provide that opportunity for readers.” —Joanne H. Stroud, Director, James Hillman Symposium

“[The] yearly gatherings at the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, contemplative conferences that are like walking with [Hillman] on this road. . . . Th[ese] volumes invite you on this walk, with this smile. It is the first of what will be a series of . . . ongoing conversations with James on the road. . . . these papers stand wonderfully on their own and reveal aspects of the great contribution of archetypal psychology as a method rather than only content.”

Robert Sardello, Preface, Conversing with James Hillman: City & Soul

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senexpuerSenex & Puer

Conversing with James Hillman: Senex & Puer  — $24.95

Joanne H. Stroud, Series Editor
Robert Sardello, Volume Editor

ISBN-13: 978-0-911005-57-8, Paperback 152 pages, color images

From the 2015 James Hillman Symposium on Senex & Puer, Uniform Edition Vol. 3   by JAMES HILLMAN

Senex and puer are Latin terms for “old man” and “youth,” and personify the poles of tradition, stasis, structure, and authority on one side, and immediacy, wandering, invention, and idealism on the other. The senex consolidates, grounds and disciplines; the puer flashes with insight and thrives on fantasy and creativity. These diverging, conflicting tendencies are ultimately interdependent, forming two faces of the one configuration, each face never far from the other. “Old” and “new” may be the most direct terms for the pair.

Conversing with James Hillman: Senex & Puer includes works by: James Hillman, Gustavo Barcellos, Gustavo Beck, Scott Becker, Tom Cheetham, Matthew Green, Nor Hall, Sarah Jackson, Richard Lewis, Cheryl Sanders-Sardello, Robert Sardello, Randolph Severson, Glen Slater, Dennis Patrick Slattery, Joanne H. Stroud, Rodney C. Teague, and Gail Thomas.

“Never has James Hillman’s wisdom concerning the splitting of the archetype Senex/Puer been more pertinent. Here at the Dallas Institute’s annual 2015 Hillman Symposium and in this volume Conversing with James HIllman, we bring forward twenty-first century creative thoughts and suggested possibilities for understanding why old and new are charged with such dissension.” —Joanne H. Stroud, Director, James Hillman Symposium

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DVD: Conversing with James Hillman: Senex & Puer from the two-day 2015 James Hillman Symposium on DVDs — $24.95 (Box set of 4 DVDs)

PRESENTERS INCLUDE: Larry Allums, Gustavo Barcellos, Gustavo Beck, Scott Becker, Pat Berry, Tom Cheetham, Scott Churchill, Matthew Green, Nor Hall, Sarah Jackson, Judy Kelly, Robert Kugelmann, Robert Leaver, Richard Lewis, Margot McLean, Klaus Ottmann, Cheryl Sanders-Sardello, Robert Sardello, Glen Slater, Joanne H. Stroud, and Rodney Teague, Gail Thomas.

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Alchemical Psychology

Conversing with James Hillman: Alchemical Psychology  — $29.95

Joanne H. Stroud, Series Editor
Robert Sardello, Volume Editor

ISBN-13: 978-0-911005-58-50, Paperback 188 pages, color images

From the 2016 James Hillman Symposium on Alchemical Psychology, Uniform Edition Vol.5   by JAMES HILLMAN

The 2016 James Hillman Symposium took as its subject Hillman’s Alchemical Psychology, volume 5 of the Uniform Edition, a study of the transformative processes suggested by the arcane alchemical processes that were adapted in late life by Jung as a basis of understanding depth psychology. Hillman carries this idea forward, arguing that the images and language of alchemy provide a much more valid, less abstract picture of human nature. With its colors and minerals, alchemy teaches, in Hillman’s words, “an aesthetic psychology.”

Conversing with James Hillman Alch Psy DVD-01Conversing with James Hillman: Alchemical Psychology Includes works by: James Hillman, Gustavo Barcellos, Scott Becker, Pat Berry, Scott Churchill, Robert Kugelmann, Jean Lall, Stanton Marlan, Margot McLean, David Miller, Safron Rossi, Robert Sardello, Michael Sipiora, Glen Slater, Dennis Slattery, Joanne H. Stroud, Natasha Stroud, and Gail Thomas.

“One of James Hillman’s favorite ideas, one of his richest ideas, is psychological polytheism . . . the idea that we are not going toward wholeness; we are going toward a manifestation of our variety . . . having sorted ourselves out into all these elements.”  —Thomas Moore, 2016 James Hillman Symposium

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Conversing with James Hillman: Alchemical Psychology  from the two-day 2016 James Hillman Symposium on DVDs (Box set of 6 DVDs w/program inside)  $29.95

PRESENTERS INCLUDE: Larry Allums, Gustavo Barcellos, Scott Becker, Pat Berry, Scott Churchill, Robert Kugelmann, Jean Lall, Stanton Marlan, Margot McLean, Thomas Moore, David Miller, Safron Rossi, Robert Sardello, Michael Sipiora, Glen Slater, Dennis Slattery, Joanne H. Stroud, Natasha Stroud, and Gail Thomas.

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Archetypal Psychology

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Uniform Edition Vol. 1 by James Hillman — $32.00

Originally written for the Italian Enciclopedia del Novecento, this indispensable book is a concise, instructive introduction to polytheism, Greek mythology, the soul-spirit distinction, anima mundi, psychopathology, soul-making, imagination, therapeutic practice, and the writings of C.G. Jung, Henry Corbin, and Adolf Portmann in the formulation of the field of Archetypal Psychology.

This long-awaited amended third edition includes a complete checklist of Hillman’s writings and a comprehensive bibliography of publications in the field compiled by Thomas Cheetham.

ISBN-13: 978-0-88214-579-2
200 pages, third edition. Paperback $24.00

ISBN-13: 978-0-88214-998-1
160 pages, fourth edition. Hardcover $32.00

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City & Soul

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Uniform Edition Vol. 2 by James Hillman — $32.00
Edited by Robert J. Leaver and introduced by Gail Thomas

Forty-two chapters comprise Hillman’s writings on the psychology of public affairs: urbanism, environmental aesthetics, citizenship, and politics. The essays and talks divide into four groups: Patient as Citizen; Politics of Beauty; Places of Practice; Responsive Environmentalism.

 ISBN-13: 978-0-88214-577-8
416 pages, first edition. Hardcover, $32.00

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Senex & Puer

senex-puer

Uniform Edition Vol. 3 by James Hillman — $40.00

Glen Slater writes in his introduction: “This volume, for the first time, collects James Hillman’s running encounters with a primary psychological pattern, an archetype that arises alongside the very attempt to fashion psychological perspective.”

Senex and puer are Latin terms for “old man” and “youth,” and personify the poles of tradition, stasis, structure, and authority on one side, and immediacy, wandering, invention and idealism on the other. The senex consolidates, grounds and disciplines; the puer flashes with insight and thrives on fantasy and creativity. These diverging, conflicting tendencies are ultimately interdependent, forming two faces of the one configuration, each face never far from the other. “Old” and “new” maybe the most direct terms for the pair.

ISBN-13: 978-0-88214-581-5
360 pages, first edition. Hardcover, $40.00

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From Types to Images

Uniform Edition Vol. 4 by James Hillman

Available in 2017


 Alchemical Psychology

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Uniform Edition Vol. 5 by James Hillman — $40.00

All of James Hillman’s papers on the alchemical imagination from 1980 to the present: “Therapeutic Value of Alchemical Language”; “Silver and the White Earth”; “Alchemical Blue and the Unio Mentalis”; “Salt: A Chapter in Alchemical Psychology”; “Rudiments: Fire. Ovens, Vessels, Fuel, Glass”; “The Imagination of Air and the Collapse of Alchemy”; “The Yellowing of the Work”; “Concerning the Stone — Alchemical Images of the Goal”; “The Azure Vault: Caelum as Experience.”

ISBN-13: 978-0-88214-583-9
200 pages. Hardcover, $40.00

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Mythic Figures

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Uniform Edition Vol. 6.1 by James Hillman — $32.00
Introduced by Joanne H. Stroud

This volume collects Hillman’s papers and lectures on the main figures of mythology, including Dionysus, Oedipus, Moses, Mars, and Athene: “Dionysus in Jung’s Writings”; “Athene, Ananke, and the Necessity of Abnormal Psychology”; “The Inside of Strategies: Athene”; “Abandoning the Child”; “Wars, Arms, Rams, Mars”; “… And Huge Is Ugly: Zeus and the Titans”; “Oedipus Revisited”; “Pink Madness or Why Does Aphrodite Drive Man Crazy with Pornography?”; “In: Hestia’s Preposition”; “Hera, Goddess of Marriage”; “Hermes Intoxication”; “A Note on Hermes Inflation”; “Moses, Alchemy, Authority”; “The Call of the God Okeanos”; “Orpheus”; “Good Mother Earth: Imaginal or Literal”; “Apollo, Dream, Reality”; “Joseph Campbell: Myth As Hero.”

ISBN-13: 978-0-88214-584-6
300 pages. Hardcover, $32.00

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Inhuman Relations

Uniform Edition Vol. 7 by James Hillman

Available in Fall 2017


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Uniform Edition Vol. 8 by James Hillman — $40.00
Preface by Edward S. Casey

The lead essay in this volume, “Entertaining Ideas,” could as well be its title. Ideas investigated range from particular philosophers (Heraclitus, Plotinus, Whitehead, Ficino, Vico, Carus, Proclus) to discussions of the philosophical aspects of an archetypal psychology. Also included are papers on language, cosmology, mathematics, certitude, futurology, polytheism, and Hillman’s responses to colleagues and intellectual critics first published in the Italian book Dear James.

ISBN-13: 978-0-88214-587-7
400 pages. Hardcover, $40.00


Animal Presences

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Uniform Edition Vol. 9 by James Hillman — $30.00

This volume includes the major Eranos lecture “The Animal Kingdom in the Human Dream,” and Hillman’s contributions to the out-of-print “bestiary” Dream Animals (with Margot McLean), as well as the essays “Going Bugs”; “Nature in the Doghouse”; “The Elephant in the Garden of Eden”; “Imagination is Bull”; and shorter interviews and penetrating conversations on the animal theme.

 ISBN-13: 978-0-88214-588-4
336 pages. Hardcover. $32.00

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Conversations and Collaborations

Uniform Edition Vol. 10 by James Hillman

Available Fall 2019


On Depression

Uniform Edition Vol. 11 by James Hillman

Available Fall 2018

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