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Recommended: Kristine Mann Library – Psychoanalytic Research Award Presentation

May 15, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm


Encounters with the Liberal or Conservative Other: A Jungian Phenomenological Analysis of Individuation through Conflict

Open to the Interested Public!

Carly Larson Solome, clinical psychology doctoral candidate at Fielding Graduate University and recipient of the Kristine Mann award for psychoanalytic research, presents the results of a phenomenological investigation of Liberals and Conservatives in conversation. In-depth interviews with individuals who participated in depolarizing communication training revealed multi-dimensional aspects of tension and suffering experienced through dialogue with socio-politically different others. The study results give voice to lived first-person experiences of people who responded to the extreme U.S. political divide by engaging with interpersonal, intrapersonal, and transpersonal conflict. Research themes and images are presented in relation to alchemical symbols and Jungian interpretations of individuation processes.   
An Invite to EHI’s Community from Presenter, Carly Larson Solome

Hello Kirk and EHI- Two years ago I received a grant from the Kristine Mann Psychoanalytic Library to study the experiences of people who attended Depolarizing workshops, and participants came from both Braver Angels and EHI programs. I will be presenting the research on May 15th (via Zoom) 1:00PM EST. It is a three hour presentation, and the last part will be a brief experiential exercise similar to what the research participants experienced.

Watch the Presentation via Zoom

Kristine Mann Library – Psychoanalytic Research Award Presentation

May 15, 2021

10am-1pm Pacific Time /1:00pm – 4:00pm Eastern Time (US and Canada)


Zoom Meeting Link

Meeting ID: 875 9655 2488

Passcode: 093979


May 15, 2021
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
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