Psychology for the Other Schedule

Preliminary Schedule of the 2017 Psychology for the Other Conference

 

Friday – October 27th – Stuart T. Rolfe Community Room

5:00 pm – Reception and Dinner

5:30 – 6:30 pm - Second Year Student Levinas Panel –

6:45 – 7:15 pm - – Andres Rivera - The Teaching Relationship in Levinasian Ethics and its Promise for Therapy

Andres Rivera - Bio

 

Andres Rivera - Abstract

7:30 – 8:00 pm –Kira Brodie - This Side of Immanence Itself: Separation, Transcendence, and Apology— The Work of the Couple

Kira Brodie - Bio

Kira Brodie - Abstract

8:15-8:45 pm -- Elizabeth Silvestrini - Apology, Courage, and Stamina: Embodied Conversation and the Ethical Dimension of Self-Care

Elizabeth Silvestrini - Bio

Elizabeth Silvestrini - Abstract

 

Saturday – October 28th – Stuart T. Rolfe Community Room

8:45 am – Welcome by Claire LeBeau and Introduction of James Hatley by George Kunz

1st Session: 9:00 – 10:10 am--KEYNOTE— James Hatley – “Are you not then Ashamed?”: Liturgies for Living in a Time of Annihilation

James Hatley - Bio

James Hatley - Abstract

Break: 10:10—10:20 am

2nd session: 10:20—11:10 am – Peter J. Giannopoulos - From the I of Apology to the Self of Expiation

Peter Giannopoulos - Bio

Peter Giannopoulos - Abstract

Break – 11:10—11:20 am

3rd session: 11:20 am—12:10 pm – Eric Severson - Levinas and the Paradox of Apology

Eric Severson - Bio

Eric Severson - Abstract

Lunch Break -- 12:10—1:10 pm

4th session: 1:10—2:00 pm – Heather Macdonald - A Philosophical Approach to Pastoral Psychological Evaluation: Deleuze, Levinas, and Ricoeur

Heather MacDonald - Bio

Heather MacDonald - Abstract

Break – 2:00—2:10 pm

5th session: 2:10—3:00 pm – Eva J. Usadi and Sean A. Levine - Apology and Moral Injury: Soul Repair and the Apologetic Act in the Aftermath of War

Sean Levine - Bio

Eva Usadi - Bio

Sean Levine and Eva Usadi - Abstract

Break: 3:00—3:10 pm

6th session: 3:10—4:00 pm - Jerome Veith - Deep Apology: Beyond History, Narrative, and Solidarity

Jerome Veith - Bio

Jerome Veith - Abstract

Break: 4:00—4:10 pm

7th session: 4:10—5:00 pm – Shannon Solie - Cultural Humility and the Apology: Linking the Therapeutic Ethical with Levinas’ Ethics

Shannon Solie - Bio

Shannon Solie - Abstract

Break: 5:00 to 5:10 pm

8th session: 5:10 to 6:00 pm – Brock Bahler - On the Possibilities and Purposes of Apology: Levinas and Political Apology; Or, How Levinas Can (and Cannot) Help Us with the Issue of Systemic Racism

Brock Bahler - Bio

Brock Bahler - Abstract

6:30 – Everyone who would like to gather for dinner is welcome to come to a local pub/restaurant where we carry on carrying on

 

Sunday – October 29th – Stuart T. Rolfe Community Room

9th session: 9:00—9:50 am – Kimberly Maslin - Presidential Apologies: Between Defense and Forgiveness

Kimberly Maslin - Bio

Kimberley Maslin - Abstract

Break—9:50-10:00 am

10th session: 10:00—10:50 am – Edward Durgan - Implicit Apologetics and the Ontological Scalpel of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing: A Critique from a Psychological Perspective Inspired by Emmanuel Levinas

Ed Durgan - Bio

Ed Durgan - Abstract

Break: 10:50—11:00 am

11th session: 11:00 –11:50 am – Paul Johnson - Awaiting Apology: On Expectations of Patriarchal Reconciliation

Paul Johnson - Bio

Paul Johnson - Abstract

Lunch Break: 11:50 am—1:00 pm

12th session: 1:00—1:50 pm – David R. Harrington - The Abyss of Natural Narcissism and Its Attendant Mandatories

David Harrington - Bio

David Harrington - Abstract

Break: 1:50—2:00 pm

13th session: 2:00 - 2:50 pm – Brian Bergen-Aurand - Jokes and Their Relation to the (Un)Apology

Brian Bergen-Aurand - Bio

Brian Bergen-Aurand Abstract

Break: 2:50—3:00 pm

14th session: 3:00—3:50 pm – Joanne Dorpat Halverson - Swept Away by the Apology

JoAnn Halverson - Bio

JoAnn Halverson - Abstract

Break: 3:50-4:00 pm

15th session: 4:00 to 4:50 pm - Peter Jan August - Stamping, Twisting, and Turning

Peter August - Bio

Peter August - Abstract

Closing Remarks and Gratitude: 4:50 PM

 

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