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Does Art make you happy? – Lecture@EGS by Peter Sinapius

October 11, 2012

DOES ART MAKE YOU HAPPY? Lecture Peter Sinapius

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August 22, 2012
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May 19, 2012
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Available soon: THE WORK OF ART AND THE WAY ART WORKS

May 9, 2012

In Honour of Paolo Knill on the Occasion of his 80th Birthday http://www.egspress.com/

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Call for papers – International Association of Transdisciplinary Psychology

April 18, 2012

Matthew Giobbi from the Media and Communication Division of EGS is the Editor of an online journal. He has suggested that AHS students and faculty may be interested in contributing. The following is a call for papers for the Fall, 2012, issue. If you’d like to submit something for that issue or later, you should contact […]

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A Tribute to Paolo Knill by Michael Siegell

February 24, 2012

Michael Siegell is a student, friend and colleague of Paolo Knill’s for nearly 33 years. Combining clinical, scholarly and artistic activities, he is a longtime student of cross-cultural studies of the arts and psychology and also one of the very few westerners to study and play the sitar, having lived in India for long periods […]

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January 9, 2012
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EGS is EG-YES!

November 30, 2011

Listen to Margo Fuchs Knill, Dean of the Masters Program, talking about EGS, the White Mountain University without borders … EGS is EG-YES! (Audio) photo © Mirjam Candan  

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EGS pushes the envelope!

November 13, 2011

Listen to Ellen Levine, Core faculty member, and Steve Levine, Dean of the Doctoral Program, discuss what EGS means to them. An informal interview that explores the many dimensions of learning at EGS. EGS pushes the envelope! (Audio)  photo © Mirjam Candan        

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“On Searching for – and Finding – Ourselves in the World” by Stephen K. Levine

November 1, 2011

Recently I’ve gone back to reading Winnicott. I first encountered his writing in the 1970’s, when I was training to be a therapist. I liked very much his emphasis on the role of the environment in helping to sustain a healthy sense of self. It seemed to me to be a useful corrective to the […]

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