African American cultural history and reflections on Jung in the African Diaspora.

  title={African American cultural history and reflections on Jung in the African Diaspora.},
  author={Alan G. Vaughan},
  journal={The Journal of analytical psychology},
  volume={64 3},
  • Alan G. Vaughan
  • Published 1 June 2019
  • Psychology
  • The Journal of analytical psychology
Racism is defined as a psychopathology and the ground in which the covenant of whiteness is rooted and mirrored in the system of apartheid structured by American Constitutional Jurisprudence between 1857 and 1954. This historical period overshadowed Carl Jung's visit to America between 1909 and 1937. The spirit of the times and practices of racism coloured Jung's views, attitudes, and theories about African Americans, just as colonialism coloured his attitudes toward Africa and Africans… 
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