History of Psychology invites submissions for a special issue on the history of psychotherapy in North and South America.
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UNDERSTANDING THE ASIA-PACIFIC WAR
An International Symposium in Commemoration of the
70th Anniversary of the End of the War
The University of Edinburgh, Raeburn Room, Old College
17-18 July 2015
This panel seeks to emphasize the diversity of women’s spiritual experiences by showing how spiritual and religious identity intersect with other vectors of difference such as gender, race, class, age, sexuality, and ability in contemporary American women’s poetry. Most religions seek to reconcile the idea of human suffering with the existence of a loving God. However, men have traditionally held a disproportionate amount of power and authority in delineating doctrinal truths regarding theodicy in the world’s major religions.
In the last few years, there has been a great deal of ferment in studies of race and sexuality and in thinking about the intersections amongst race, politics, and multiple sexual identifications. In the wake of black feminism, non-western womanism, and discourses of queerness, we find ourselves facing as many new forms of domination and discrimination as there are new sexual identities and possible social positions.
We are seeking blog posts, of 750-1500 words, that respond to the tragedy of Charleston, the burning of Black churches, and the rash of state violence against black lives, especially since they are clearly evidence of an intensifying continuum of anti-black racial violence in America. We are also interested in reflections and responses to these events, from new forms of activism as well as media coverage. We need to share our feelings, ideas, opinions, analyses, in any way deemed necessary to give voice to this moment and offer resistance to this climate on the The Black Scholar blog. As