IASC ANNUAL CONFERENCE – Religious Conflicts: External and Internal

IASC ANNUAL CONFERENCE
JULY 8-10, 2018
AT UNION THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, NEW YORK, NY (USA)

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Co-sponsored by the Theology/Spiritual Care, Psychology, and Medicine Faculties of the University of Bern, Switzerland and the Psychology & Religion Program at Union Theological Seminary, New York
For more program details see https://ia-sc.org/
CEU’s: Lectures and workshops are eligible as self-report CEU’s, Methodology #1, Association of Professional Chaplains/Board of Chaplaincy Certification, www.bcci.professionalchaplains.org.
Discounted hotel accommodations coming soon. Please check back on this site in the coming weeks for more information.
SCHEDULE
Sunday, July 8:
IASC Opening Public Event & Reception (FREE, RSVP required)
6:30 pm: Greetings from IASC, Bern University, Switzerland, and Union Theological Seminary
6:45-7:45 pm: Dr. Pamela Cooper-White, “Old and Dirty Gods: Religion, Antisemitism, and the Origins of Psychoanalysis”
7:50-9:00 pm: Dr. Isabelle Noth and Dr. Hansjörg Znoj, “Internal Religious and Spiritual Struggles”
9:00 pm: Wine & Cheese reception with entertainment
Monday, July 10
IASC Annual Conference (by registration only)
8:30 am: Registration/info table; coffee, juice & rolls
9:00 am: Welcome remarks from Union and IASC
9:15 am: Lecture I: Dr. Emmanuel Lartey, “Breathing Again: Confronting Toxic Spirituality within and across Religion,” with Q&A
10:45 am: Coffee break
11:15 am: Workshops (TBA)
12:30 pm: Lunch on your own (*IASC Board meets over lunch)
2:15 pm: Lecture II: Dr. John Thatamanil, “Does Multiple Religious Belonging Necessarily Entail Internal Conflict?” w/ Q&A
3:45 pm: Cookie & cold drink break
4:00 pm: Workshops (TBA)
5:15 pm: General Assembly of IASC membership
6:15 pm: Adjourn for dinner on your own
Tuesday morning, July 10 
IASC Annual Conference (by registration only)
8:30 am: Registration/info table; coffee, juice & rolls
9:00 am: Lecture III:  Dr. Jerusha Tanner Lamptey, “Muslim Women, Religious Identity, and

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