Please check back for more information closer to the date.
Please check back closer to the date for more information.
More information available closer to the date.
April 7th, "Being Othered in the USA: Psychoanalytic Voices"
April 8, "Discussant of Neil Altman’s book, Psychoanalysis in an age of Accelerating Cultural Change"
April 9, Screening and discussion of The Mark of War rough cut
April 9, Panel - From Selma to Ferguson, Psychoanalytic Insights into Contemporary Racial/Ethnic Conflict , "Contemporary Racial Violence and the Trauma of Memory”
George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center Theatre
Dr. Ainslie will speak on Drug Culture and Gun Culture - Implications of Mexico's Drug War Violence.
Dr. Ainslie will make two presentations: Psychoanalysis, Qualitative Methods, and Working on the Margins, and The Subject and Object in Psychoanalytic Documentary Filmmaking.
Jointly sponsored by the Institute for Clinical Social Work and AAPCSW Committee on Social Justice.
Friday's event is open (and Free) to ICSW’s Research Chairs and Research Instructors.
Saturday's event is open to the public, $125 fee.
You may register on ICSW’s website (http://www.icsw.edu/events/special-conference) or through Elizabeth Oller at 312-935-4245. You may be in touch with Jennifer Tolleson, Conference Chair, with any questions.
Dr. Ainslie will speak On the Edge and in the Center: Exploring Patterns in Outer/Inner Worlds
Sponsored by: Psychology Department, CLAS Department, University Seminar, University Lecture Series
Contact: Jon Lasser