Recent Talks and Presentations
The Duquesne Psychology Department regularly hosts talks and presentations by faculty and visiting scholars who share a passion for advancing the human science project.
The Heart between Hammers, workshop, performance, and discussion
--Imagination, Metaphor, and the Transformation of Feeling in Rainer Maria Rilke's Duino Elegies--
May 13, 2017, pdf
Being otherwise: On regret, morality, and mood as part of the Worlds of Being: A workshop on culture and self
March 31, 2017
All my sisters: Psychotherapy with Catholic nuns, presentation and book signing
January 27, 2017
The Cartesian Chasm, Karl Stern's Understanding of the Roots of our Cultural Pathology
October 9, 2015
David R. Loy, Ph.D.
Personal, Social, and Ecological Transformation: Buddhist and Christian Perspectives
March 26-28, 2015
Ross Truscott, Ph.D.
Empathy and an Aesthetics of the post apartheid
April 24, 2015
Sheldon Solomon, Ph.D.
The worm at the Core: On the role of death in life
February 27, 2015
Michael Clemmens, Ph.D.
A Gestalt approach to the phenomenal world of addiction and recovery
January 25, 2014
Daniel Burston, Ph.D.
"Our imperiled age" A dialogue between Carl Jung and Karl Stern
November 15, 2013
Maurice Apprey, Ph.D., DM, FIPA
Representing, theorizing, and reconfiguring the concept of transgenerational haunting in order to facilitate healing
September 6, 2013
Sofia Borges, M.F.A. and Suzanne Barnard, Ph.D.
Collaboration, memory, futurity: Filmaking in Bairro Quinta Da Vitoria, Portugal
September 13, 2013