The department hosted two colloquia this semester. In September, faculty member Lorraine Mangione, PhD presented Bruce Springsteen, the Disenfranchised, and Social Justice: What Can Psychology Learn From His Work? In this presentation, she examined works by Springsteen that focused on marginalized groups in American society: immigrants, soldiers, and the working class. In early December, Ann C. Lammers, PhD, LMFT, a Senior Staff Therapist at MAPS Counseling Services, presented Toward a Jungian Spirituality for Psychotherapists. She is the author of In God’s Shadow: The Collaboration of Victor White and C.G. Jung (1994), primary editor of The Jung-White Letters (2002), and editor/co-translator of The Jung-Kirsch Letters (2011).
GSLC Alumna Publishes Dissertation on Womanists Leading White People in Intergroup Dialogue to End Anti-Black Racism
PhD in Leadership and Change alumna Reverend Dr. Tawana Davis published her dissertation entitled, Womanists Leading White People in Intergroup Dialogue to End Anti-Black Racism: An Interpretive