CNCR hosted on November 6, 2015 a conference of panels with Keynote Speaker Diane Enns and Discussant John Winslade!
Look critically at the emancipatory theories that create the roles of victim and victimizer, and consider the implications for theory and practice of a destabilization of the notion of victimhood. Opportunities for publication in several journals accompany presentation and attendance. For tickets and more information click here.
George Mason University's Founder's Hall Room 113, 8:30 AM- 5:00 PM
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Book Launch: The Presence of the Absent
Center for Narrative and Conflict Resolution hosted Professor Sluzki’s discussion of his book, Presence of the Absent: Therapy with Families and Their Ghosts. Professor Sluzki discussed the overall frame of his book, discussing the noxious “ghosts” in our midst and his work with a specific family with a “disappeared” member from a politically oppressive dictatorship.
When: Tuesday, November 3 at 12:00 pm Where: GMU Arlington Campus, Metropolitan Building Room 5183 Find directions to the campus and parking information here.
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