Visiting the Home of C.G. Jung and Emma Jung-Rauschenbach

Museum at the C.G. Jung House Küsnacht/Zürich

The former residence of Carl Gustav and Emma Jung-Rauschenbach is a place of remembrance of extraordinary presence. In April 2018 a small museum on the life and work of C.G. Jung opened to the public. Upon appointment, interested persons and groups can now visit the estate, which is both a scholarly house as well as a domestic museum, in guided tours, granting visitors a sense of the hospitality of C.G. and Emma Jung-Rauschenbach and allowing them to catch a glimpse of their scholarly and family life.

Jung’s Letters to Sigmund Freud, 1906 – 1913

Digitized Originals on

193 letters by C.G. Jung to Sigmund Freud were recently digitized by the ETH Zurich University Archives and are now freely accessible on, the platform for digitized manuscript material from Swiss libraries and archives. Freud’s letters to Jung are part of the Sigmund Freud Archives. These letters have been digitized as well and are accessible via the digital collection Sigmund Freud Papers on the website of the Library of Congress.


C.G. Jung’s academic correspondence – ETH Zurich University Archives

Fully indexed online catalogue

Carl Gustav Jung’s academic papers include more than 32,000 letters to and from Jung, written in the years 1899 – 1961. These documents have recently been electronically indexed with detailed descriptions, and now, for the first time, are fully searchable in the ETH Zurich University Archives’ database. The online catalogue provides new possibilities for the study of the history of Analytical Psychology in the C.G. Jung papers collection.

Jung and National Socialism

A Guide to the Sources

Giovanni Sorge, expert in the field of history of psychology, in 2016 published a new guide to the sources in the C.A. Meier papers at the ETH Zurich University Archives on the history of the presidency of C.G. Jung in the years 1933 – 1940 in the International General Medical Society for Psychotherapy (Internationale Allgemeine Ärztliche Gesellschaft für Psychotherapie – IAAGP). This collection is the most central archival source on Jung’s institutional point of contact with national socialism in Germany. The project leading to this publication was financed by the Foundation of the Works of C.G. Jung and the Donald C. Cooper-Fonds at ETH Zurich.

Turbulent Times, Creative Minds

New Volume on Erich Neumann and C.G. Jung

With the publication of the correspondence of Erich Neumann and C.G. Jung in 2016, the major contributions made by Neumann to depth psychology are coming back into focus. The articles in this volume edited by Erel Shalit and Murray Stein offer reflections on Neumann’s significant work in Analytical Psychology and on the creative relationship between two men. With contributions by Ulrich Hoerni and Thomas Fischer of the Foundation of the Works of C.G. Jung.