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Sunday, November 8 • 8:45am - 10:00am
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Multiple Self: The Relational Body and Imagination
Karin Craven (Luther Seminary)

Colloquium. [Notes] Personhood understood as the multiple self roots the conversation about imagination fully in the sensate, relational body. The multiple self understood from different vantage points -- through learning and postcolonial theories, psychoanalytic and trauma theories, feminist and womanist theologies, and interpersonal neurobiology -- grounds the understanding of the play of imagination, inter-psychically and inter-relationally, and therefore creates a learning and living environment capable of exploring and negotiating differences of race, gender and class.


An Imaginative Journeying into Self and Others: A Worldview Approach
John Valk (University of New Brunswick)
Aybiçe Tosun (Ankara University)

Colloquium. [Paper] Exploring one’s own beliefs, values and behaviours (one’s own worldview) necessitates a journey into one’s “inner territory” – into one’s heart, soul and mind. It propels one’s imagination for it is an attempt to Know Oneself. But it cannot be done in isolation. It necessitates Knowing Others – a journey into the “inner territory” of others, imperative in our world of today. This presentation presents a worldview course model for imaginatively and experientially exploring Self and Others. It will also demonstrate through research the effectiveness of such an approach.



Speakers
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Karin Craven

Doctoral Student, Luther Seminary
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Aybiçe Tosun

Research Assistant, Eskisahir Osmangazi University
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John Valk

Professor, University of New Brunswick


Sunday November 8, 2015 8:45am - 10:00am
Chastain A (Hotel Terrace Level)

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