Early in its history, OFJ established a library for those wishing to explore Jungian ideas in depth. We have over 2200 volumes and over 1000 videos and CDs on such subjects as psychology, philosophy, art, and mythology. The library contains the private collection of our founder, Dottie Kyle, and other generous patrons, as well as our own acquisitions that we often purchase at members' requests. In June 2000, the organization named the library after Fae Dougan, an early member, for her tireless contributions to the library and organization.Periodicals
The library has subscriptions to the following periodicals:
- Journal of Analytic Psychology
- Psychological Perspectives
- Roundtable Review
- Jung Journal—Culture and Psyche, formerly: San Francisco C.G. Jung Institute Library Journal
- Sphinx, A Journal for Archetypal Psychology and the Arts
Our recordings of past programs date back to 1977, and include lectures and workshops by Joseph Campbell, Robert Johnson, Marion Woodman, James Hillman and many other notable speakers. All recordings are available for checkout by members. NOTE: Our MP3 CDs must be played on an MP3-compatible device. You can play MP3 CDs on a personal computer as well as on the many inexpensive personal, home, and automotive MP3 players now widely available. Many DVD players can also play MP3 CDs.