Alumna Susan Gordon recently wrote a paper for the Society of Asian and Comparative Philosophy based on her candidacy essay on Alan Watts. She says they loved it!
Susan’s Coming Lectures:
Existential psychology and the meaning of human development. Society of Asian and Comparative Philosophy, Pacific Grove, CA (6/18-6/21/10) http://www.sacpweb.org
Neurophenomenology: The mind and the brain. Division 52, APA, Western Psychological Association”s 90th Annual Convention, Fiesta Americana Condesa, Cancun, Mexico (4/22- 4/25/10) http://www.westernpsych.org/convention/index.cfm
Existential challenges of midlife – First Bi-Annual Existential Psychology East-West Conference, Nanjing, China (4/2-4/5/10)
Neurophenomenology: The mind and the brain. Mid-winter Meeting, Division 24, APA, Miami, FL (2/26-2/28/10) http://www.westga.edu/~stpp/
Neurophenomenology and the enactive approach to cognition. Chair, Symposium, Point Park University, Pittsburgh, PA (2/20/10) http://www.pointpark.edu