A conference, “Jungian Perspectives on Creativity and the Unconscious,” is to be held at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 2-4 June, 1979. Scheduled to open the conference on Saturday are special lectures by and a symposium composed of Silvano Arieti, M.D. Psychoanalyst, author of The Will to be Human, The Intrapsychic Self, and Creativity: The Magic Synthesis, and recipient of the National Book Award in Science, 1975; Walter Darby Bannard, painter and art critic, and recipient of the National Foundation Arts Award, 1968-69; Richard Howard, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, translator and critic, author of Untitled Subjects, Findings, Two-Part Inventions, Fellow Feelings; Walter Netsch, architect with Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill; and June Singer, Ph.D. Jungian Analyst, author of Boundaries of the Soul, The Unholy Bible and Androgyny. Sessions of Jungian studies in art, architecture, film, literature, philosophy, and religion are scheduled for Sunday and Monday. A special section on promoting creativity in the arts and humanities at the university level will be scheduled for Monday afternoon.