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Publications and Other Related Works
by Jane Hollister Wheelwright
Compiled by Betty Coon Wheelwright
Women and Men. San Francisco, CA: C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco.
Death of a Woman. New York, NY: St. Martin’s Press.
Baker, Bruce, MD, and Jane Hollister Wheelwright. Analysis with the Aged. In Jungian Analysis. Edited by Murray Stein. La Salle, IL: Open Court.
Wheelwright, Jane Hollister. Jung. In C. G. Jung, Emma Jung and Toni Wolff,. Edited by Ferne Jensen. San Francisco, CA: The Analytical Psychology Club of San Francisco.
Old Age and Death. Quadrant 16, no. 1:5-27.
The Animus: For Women Growing Older. Houston, TX: C. G. Jung Educational Center of Houston.
Changing Woman. In Gifts of Age: Portraits and Essays of 32 Remarkable Women. Text by Charlotte Painter and photographs by Pamela Valois. San Francisco, CA: Chronicle Books.
Old Age and Death. From Quadrant 16, no. 1:5-27. Reprinted in Betwixt and Between: Patterns of Masculine and Feminine Initiation. Edited by Louise Carus Mahdi, Steven Foster, and Meredith Little. La Salle, IL: Open Court.
The Ranch Papers: A California Memoir. San Francisco, CA: The Lapis Press.
The Ranch Papers. In A Testament to Wilderness. Edited by C. A. Meier. Zürich, Switzerland: Daimon Verlog and Santa Monica, CA: Lapis Press.
The Breakdown of Animus Identification in Finding the Feminine. In To Be a Woman: The Birth of the Conscious Feminine. Edited by Connie Zweig. Los Angeles, CA: Jeremy Tarcher.
The Allegría Canyon and Afterward. From The Ranch Papers (1988). In Sisters of the Earth. Edited by Lorraine Anderson. New York: Vintage Books.
Wheelwright, Jane Hollister and Lynda Wheelwright Schmidt. The Long Shore: A Psychological Experience of Wilderness. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books.
The Storm. In Natural State: A Literary Anthology of California Nature Writing. Edited by Steven Gilbar. With a Foreward by David Brower. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Dreams of a Lifetime. Edited by Betty Coon Wheelwright. Jung Journal 3, no. 3:47-51.
The Land and the Soul. Edited by Betty Coon Wheelwright. Jung Journal 5, no. 4:43-59.
Nameche, Gene F., Ph.D. Interview with Jane Wheelwright on December 17, 1968, in San Francisco, California for the C. G. Jung Biographical Archive. Harvard Countway Library of Medicine.
Wagner, Suzanne, Director, and George Wagner, Producer. A Conversation with Jane Wheelwright. In Remembering Jung: Conversations about C. G. Jung and His Work. A Bosustow Video Production. Los Angeles, CA: C. G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles.
Wheelwright, Betty Coon. A Conversation about Gender with Jane and Joseph Wheelwright. Psychological Perspectives 23, 1:172-177.
Henderson, Janis and Robert. A Lifetime of Marriage. Conversations with Jane and Jo Wheelwright at Age Eighty-Nine. Psychological Perspectives 32, 1:72-83.
Wheelwright, Betty Coon. Editor. Emma Jung and Toni Wolff: Marion Woodman Interviews Jane Hollister Wheelwright. Jung Journal 5, 1:100-116.
Bostrom-Wong, Susan. An Individual Life: An Interview with Jane Wheelwright. Videotape. C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco Library.
Wheelwright, Jane Hollister and Joseph Wheelwright. An Evening with Joseph and Jane Wheelwright. San Francisco, CA: C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco. April 12, 1980. One audiocassette. C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco Library.
A Jungian’s Overview of the Women’s Movement. Part of In Celebration of the Feminine SpiritThe Power of the Maiden: Psychological Reflections by a Daughter and Her Mother. San Francisco, CA: C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco Public Seminar. November 5-6, 1983. February 11-12, 1984. Six audiocassettes. C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco Library.
Wheelwright, Jane Hollister and Joseph Wheelwright, MD, joint speakers. Psychological Types. San Francisco, CA: C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco Evening Course. May 16, 1985. Two audiocassettes. C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco Library.
Beebe, John, MD, and Jane Hollister Wheelwright and Joseph Wheelwright, joint speakers. Four Concepts in Greater Depth: Psychological Types. San Francisco, CA: C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco Public Course. March 7, 1987. Four audiocassettes.
The Land and the Soul. Lecture delivered at the Nexus Conference, October 8-9, 1988. Two compact discs. Los Angeles: C. G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles.
In Old Age: the Process of Becoming an Individual. Paper read by daughter-in-law Betty Wheelwright. San Francisco, CA: C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco. March 11, 1989. Three audiocassettes. C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco Library.
Wheelwright, Jane Hollister and Joseph Wheelwright, MD. Interviewed by John Beebe, MD, at the Wheelwright home in Kentfield, California, in April, 1989. Two Audiocassettes. C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco Library.
Kirsch, Thomas B., MD. Analytical Psychology in Northern California. In The Jungians. Philadelphia: Routledge.
Woo, Elaine. Jane Wheelwright, 98; Played Key Role in Breaking Up Historic Hollister Ranch. Los Angeles Times. May 5, 2004. [This obituary has some incorrect information about Jane Wheelwright. –BCW]
Hollister, Clinton Doyle. Letter to Jane Wheelwright, April 27, 2004. The San Francisco Jung Institute Jung Library Journal, 24, 1:46-53. [UC Press assumed publication of the Jung Library Journal. Jung Library Journal was renamed Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche. This article is available electronically by searching Jung Journal through JSTOR. –BCW]
Wheelwright, Betty Coon. The Road to Zürich: Jane and Jo Wheelwright, 1929-1932. Jung Journal 3, 1:10-38.
Wheelwright, Betty Coon. A Common Life: Lincoln Steffens and Jane Hollister Wheelwright (1925-1927). Jung Journal 4, 1:109-140.
St. George and the Dandelion: Forty Years of Practice as a Jungian Analyst. Preface by Erik H. Erikson, foreword by Gregory Bateson. San Francisco: C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, 1982.