Dr. Mark Kyburz, Zürich
Mark (MA, York; PhD, Basel) has over 25 years’ experience as a professional editor, translator and writing coach. His portfolio includes 22 translated books, over 500 edited or translated research articles, grant proposals and many other materials across the arts and culture, business and industry, the human and natural sciences, European and Swiss higher education. His latest book translations include Johannes Rüegg-Stürm and Simon Grand’s Managing in a Complex World (2019). Mark’s work has appeared, among others, with Columbia UP, MIT Press, Norton, Princeton UP, Routledge, Oxford UP and many renowned journals across numerous disciplines. Current projects include the translation of the correspondence between Sigmund Freud and Eugen Bleuler.
Mark is also Team Leader English at the University of St. Gallen’s Writing Centre. His teaching and coaching experience includes City University London, Sir John Cass Business School, the universities of Basel, Bern and Lucerne, Zurich University of the Arts, the Swiss government (EDA, SECO) and many individual and industry clients.
Dr. John Peck, Brunswick (Maine)
John holds a Ph.D. in English (Stanford University, 1973) and is a graduate of the C. G. Jung Institute in Küsnacht, Switzerland (1992). He has held faculty positions at Princeton University, Mount Holyoke College, University of Zurich, Skidmore College, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.). He is a Jungian analyst in private practice and the author of eleven books of poetry and numerous essays. His most recent editorial and translation work includes C.G. Jung’s Red Book (2009) and Luigi Zoja’s Violence in History, Culture, and the Psyche (2009), Ethics and Analysis (2007), and Cultivating the Soul (2005). He is also the editor of Dream Interpretation Ancient and Modern, C.G. Jung’s Seminar from the 1930s (Princeton University Press, 2014).
Most recently, a selection of his poetry has appeared in Five American Poets, ed. Michael Schmidt (Carcanet, 2010), and two books appeared in 2011 and 2012: Contradance (Chicago UP) and I Came, I Saw: Eight Poems (Shearsman).
He was a 2006 Pulitzer Prize nominee.