Women (and Men) at the Grave of Institutions: Understanding Death, Personally and Collectively | Hartford Seminary

Women (and Men) at the Grave of Institutions: Understanding Death, Personally and Collectively (AM-672)

Grief is a form of love.  Grief is not a bad thing; it is a good thing.  It is normal and natural.

Everything ends. Death is a common experience to all living beings.  It comes to individuals and to their institutions.  This course will seek to better understand the dynamics that awareness of death gives us.  We will learn how to grieve as well as how to grow into new life, following the life that is lost.  We will also learn how to get out of the way. What clearings emerge after a loved one is gone, or an institution dies?  What does emptiness offer?  Is death always terrible or is it sometimes wonderful or something in between?

If you are not enrolled in a degree program but wish to register for this course, use the Online Registration for Special Students and Auditors.

Instructor(s)

Donna Schaper

Semester

Fall 2020

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