Annual Meeting Sessions

NOVEMBER 2001 IN DENVER

Pre- Sessions:
On Dying, Death and Bereavement
Religion in FIlm
Works in Progress
Boundaries, Margins, Relations
Business Session

Main Sessions:
Evolutionary Psychology and Religion
Kohutian Psychology and Religion


Friday Presessions

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16
2:00-4:00 PM

AM 22: HyattRoyal

CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVES ON DYING, DEATH AND BEREAVEMENT

2:00 Panel:

Contemporary Perspectives on Dying, Death, and Bereavement

Franz Metcalf, Presiding
California State University Los Angeles

Panelists:

Lucy Bregman, Temple University
Dennis Klass, Webster University
Peter Homans, University of Chicago

4:00 Coffee break

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16
4:30-6:30 PM

4:30 Discussion: Mourning and Nationalism: Responses to September 11
Lee Butler, Chicago Theological Seminary
Kathleen Bishop, Drew University
Diane Jonte-Pace, Santa Clara University

PCR Friday Dinner
6:30- 9:30 p.m.

It is our annual custom to go out to dinner together on Friday evening. Location of the dinner and signup information will be made available as soon as we have it.

Saturday
Pre-Sessions

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER
9:00 -11:30 AM

AM 70: Hyatt: Gray's Peak


WORKS IN PROGRESS
Kelley Raab, Presiding, St. Lawrence University

 

BOUNDARIES, MARGINS, RELATIONS

Britt-Mari Sykes, Presiding, University of Ottawa

Discernment: The Dialogue of Self with God
Felicity Brock Kelcourse, Christian Theological Seminary
[NOTE: This paper will be presented at the Monday 1:00 session instead.]

Codependence and Interdependence: Cross-Cultural Reappraisal of Boundaries and Relationality
Soo-Young Kwon, Graduate Theological Union

Kohut's Twinship Selfobject Need and Issues of Difference in Contemporary Feminist Theologies
Lallene J. Rector, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary

BUSINESS MEETING
Kelley Raab and Franz Metcalf, Presiding

A45

Saturday, November 17
1:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m.
Adam's Mark- Governor's Square 16

CAN WE USE EVOLUTIONARY PSYCHOLOGY TO STUDY RELIGION?

 

Kelly Bulkeley, Presiding, Graduate Theological Union

The Adapted Soul: Evolutionary Psychology and the Study of Religion
Michael T. Bradley, Jr., Decatur, Georgia

Male Violence, Sin, and Evolutionary Biology
Gregory Love, San Francisco Theological Seminary

A Stretch of the Imagination: Memory, Image, and the Healing Brain
David A. Hogue, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary

Adapted Fitness and Religious 'Genius'
Holmes Rolston, III, Colorado State University

A220

Monday, November 19
1:00- 3:30 p.m.
Colorado Convention Center- Room C201

KOHUTIAN APPROACHES TO RELIGION

A. Gregory Schneider, Presiding, Pacific Union College

Seeing and Being Seen: Italian Catholic Devotional Piety in San Pedro, California
Mary Clark Moschella, Wesley Theological Seminary

Jesus as Transforming Self-Object: Kohutian Theory and the Life of St. Francis of Assisi
Lisa Cataldo, Union Theological Seminary

"I Do Not Do the Good I Want, but the Evil I Do Not Want is What I Do": The Concept of the Vertical Split in Self Psychology in Relation to Christian Conceptions of Good and Evil
Pamela Cooper-White, Lutheran Theological Seminary, Philadelphia
[NOTE: Pamela Cooper-White is not able to be present; in place of this paper will be presented the following:]
Discernment: The Dialogue of Self with God
Felicity Brock Kelcourse, Christian Theological Seminary

The Split Self: A Self Psychological Approach of Two Christian Doctrines
of Human Nature

Thandeka Meadville, Lombard Theological School

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