Quick guide to the PCR Sessions at the 2004 AAR Annual Meeting (Adobe Acrobat)

 

Pre- Sessions:

Main Sessions:

Book Panel:
Aboriginal Populations in the Mind

The Impact of a Religious Opera:
Dialogues of the Carmelites

Body Work/Body Play

Friday, Nov 19, 6:30-9:30

PCR Dinner

Saturday, Nov 20, 9:00-11:30
Works in Progress
Two Perspectives on Hans Loewald

Business Meeting

Sunday, Nov 21, 9:00-11:30 am
A21-23: Spirituality: Psychology? Religion?
Both? Neither?
Part I: Issues of practice

Monday - 4:00 pm-6:30 pm
A22-120: Spirituality: Psychology? Religion?
Both? Neither?
Part II: Issues of philosophy and history


Co-sponsored with Religion
and the Social Sciences Section

Monday, Nov 22, 9:00-11:30 am
A22-12: Narrative Methods in Psychology and Religion


Friday Presessions  

FRIDAY, NOV. 19
2:00-3:45 PM
CC-Room 206B

Aboriginal Populations in the Mind: Race and Primitivity in Psychoanalysis
by Celia Brickman (New York: Columbia University Press, 2003)

Presider: Naomi Goldenberg, University of Ottawa

Panelists:

  • Diane Jonte-Pace, Santa Clara University
  • David Carrasco, Harvard Divinity School and Department of Anthropology
  • James W. Jones, Rutgers University
  • Celia Brickman, Center for Religion and Psychotherapy, Chicago
3:45

Coffee Break

4:00-5:30

The Impact of a Religious Opera: 'Dialogues of the Carmelites',
Hetty Zock, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Respondent: Pamela Cooper-White, Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia

5:30-6:30
Experiential Session

Body Work/Body Play
Bill Barnard, Southern Methodist 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.

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Saturday Pre-Sessions  
SATURDAY
Nov. 20
9:00-10:00
CC-Room 001A
Works in Progress
Presider: Lallene Rector, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary

New scholars are welcome

10:00-11:00

Two Perspectives on Hans Loewald

We Are the Hardest on Ourselves:
The Role of Hans Loewald and Self-Forgiveness in Mental Health
Kelley Raab, St. Lawrence University

Key Concepts in Loewald That Are Connecting Links with Religion and Philosophy: Autonomy; Responsibility; Futurity; Love; Integration; Mutual Constitution of Subject/object.
Marsha Hewitt, University of Toronto

11:00-11:30

Business meeting
Pamela Cooper-White and Kathleen Bishop, presiders

A21-23
Sunday, Nov 21
9:00 am-11:30 am
CC - Room 212B

Spirituality: Psychology? Religion? Both? Neither?
Part I: Issues of practice

Presider: Kelly Bulkeley, Graduate Theological Union

Psychology Sliding into Spirituality:
An Examination of the Death Awareness Movement
Lucy Bregman, Temple University

'Spirituality' and 'Religion' in the Helping Professions: Who's Defining the Terms?
Laura Praglin, University of Northern Iowa

African American Spirituality: A Psycho-Theological Tradition
Lee Butler, Chicago Theological Seminary

Modeling Spirituality: Psychology, Religion and the Dynamics of Transformation
F. LeRon Shults, Bethel Theological Seminary

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A22-120
Monday, Nov 22
4:00 pm-6:30 pm
CC - Room 208

Spirituality: Psychology? Religion? Both? Neither?
Part II: Issues of philosophy and history

Presider: Sandra Lee Dixon, University of Denver

A Mind 'Intensely Unsettled': Problems of Faith and Spiritual Assurance in Nineteenth-Century American Culture
Christopher Glen White, Harvard University

Spirituality: A Secular View Transcendence and Spirituality in Philosophy and Psychology of Art
Hans Alma, Leiden University/University for Humanistics (Utrecht), Netherlands

Between Two Worlds: Rituals of Mythic Identity and Crisis in a New Age Bookstore Community
Carol Matthews, Kluge Center-Library of Congress

The Authenticity of Alan Watts
David L. Smith, Central Michigan University

Respondent:
A. Gregory Schneider, Pacific Union College

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A22-12
Monday, Nov 22
9:00 am-11:30 aM
CC - Room 007B

Co-sponsored with Religion and the Social Sciences Section

Narrative Methods in Psychology and Religion
Presider: Felicity Kelcourse, Christian Theological Seminary

The Moral of the Story: Narrative Truth and Moral Experience
Kathleen Bishop, Madison, NJ

Abortion and the Politics of God: Patient Narratives and the Psychology of Religion
Linda Ellison, Harvard University

The Role of Discourses of the Self in the Narration of Personal Faith and Spirituality in Contemporary Western Society
Gordon Lynch, University of Birmingham, UK

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