Luigi Zoja (1943), Ph.D. Former Training Analyst of C.G. Jung Institut - Zurich and Past President of CIPA (Centro Italiano di Psicologia Analitica). Former President of IAAP (International Association of Analytical Psychology). Former teaching activity at the School of Psychiatry of the Faculty of Medicine, State University of Palermo, at the University of Insubria (Italy). Visiting Professor of the Beijing Normal University and at the University of Macao (China). Clinical practice in Zurich, then private practice in Milan, in New York and, at present, again in Milan. Diploma in Analytical Psychology of the C.G. Jung Institut, Zurich. Lecturer in Italy and abroad. Author of papers and books, published in Italian, English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Greek, Russian, Polish, Czech, Romanian, Lithuanian, Slovenian, Chinese and Korean.
Books in English: Drugs, Addiction and Initiation, 1st ed. Boston: Sigo Press, 1989, 2d ed. Einsiedeln, CH: Daimon, 2000; Growth and Guilt, London and New York: Routledge, 1995; The Father, Routledge, 2001 (Gradiva Award 2001); The Global Nightmare. Jungian Perspectives on September 11, (ed.) Daimon, 2002; Cultivating the Soul, London: Free Association, 2005; Ethics and Analysis, College Station TX: A&M Texas University Press, 2007 (Gradiva Award 2008); Violence in History, Culture and the Psyche, New Orleans: Spring, 2009; Paranoia. The Madness that Makes History, London & New York, Routledge, 2017.