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Cambray, J. (2020). Obituary: Angela Mary Connolly Dragosei. J. Anal. Psychol., 65(4):772-775.

(2020). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 65(4):772-775

Obituary: Angela Mary Connolly Dragosei

Joe Cambray

Angela Mary Connolly Dragosei was a remarkable, dynamic professional. Clinically she worked as a Jungian analyst and psychiatrist. She was a dearly loved family member, leaving behind a husband and son in Rome. Angela was also a beloved analyst and supervisor, a prolific author, esteemed editor, and internationally renowned teacher and conference presenter. She was a great friend and supporter of the Journal of Analytical Psychology (JAP), serving as the first European Deputy Editor, from April 2002 through to the end of 2008.

As a multilingual analyst, who had a great love of travel and adventure, Angela was well-known throughout the international Jungian community. While home base was in Rome, where she was an active member of Centro Italiano di Psicologia Analitica (CIPA), she began life in Scotland and, once educated, travelled extensively. She worked in various cultures as an analyst, supervisor, teacher, administrator, examiner, interviewer, translator, and good friend to many in the larger Jungian community.

While serving as U.S. Editor, I had the pleasure of getting to know Angela through JAP-related activities. She was a regular contributor, presenter and moderator at JAP conferences, as well as at many other international events hosted by various organizations. At the JAP's Fourth International Conference on ‘Diversity and its Limits: New Directions in Analytical Psychology and Psychoanalysis’, 2001 Prague, Czech Republic, she gave a workshop on ‘The impossibility of translation: language and psychoanalysis’.

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