Dan P. McAdams on “The Mind of Donald Trump”

Our scholar Dan P. McAdams  is a psychologist whose work focuses on stories people tell about their lives and how their narratives help create their respective personalities. “Redemptive life narratives serve as a psychological resource for highly generative adults, providing them with the kind of personal story (narrative identity) they often need to persevere in … Continue reading Dan P. McAdams on “The Mind of Donald Trump”

Virtue Talk Podcast: Dan P. McAdams on Generativity

Click the link below to hear our scholar Dan P. McAdams discuss his psychology research in generativity and redemptive life narratives. Dan P. McAdams | Virtue Talk         Dan P. McAdams is the Henry Wade Rogers Professor of Psychology and Professor of Human Development and Social Policy at Northwestern University. He was … Continue reading Virtue Talk Podcast: Dan P. McAdams on Generativity

Jan 15 deadline: Virtue, Happiness, & Self-transcendence Summer Seminar

June 18  – 23 (Sun – Sat) | University of Chicago Applications, including letters, must be complete by January 15, 2017. Click here for application information and submission portal. Fr. Stephen Brock  •  Jennifer A. Frey  •  Dan P. McAdams  • Candace Vogler Now in our second year, our 2017 summer seminar, “Virtue, Happiness, and … Continue reading Jan 15 deadline: Virtue, Happiness, & Self-transcendence Summer Seminar

Meet our Faculty for our 2017 Summer Seminar “Virtue, Happiness, & Self-transcendence”

Our second summer seminar, “Virtue, Happiness, and Self-transcendence” is June 18  – 23, 2017 at the University of Chicago and features renown teachers in philosophy, psychology, and religious studies. Our Seminar is intended for outstanding middle- and advanced-level graduate students and early career researchers in the areas of Philosophy, Psychology, and Theology/Religious Studies. Our aim is … Continue reading Meet our Faculty for our 2017 Summer Seminar “Virtue, Happiness, & Self-transcendence”

Questions our scholars are asking – part 2 of 2

  We’ve distilled our Scholars’ research for this semester into respective questions; click here to take a look at the questions posted yesterday. In forthcoming posts, we’ll feature in-depth look at each. For now, we thought our readers would enjoy pondering each question. Together, they can read as a kind of meditation on the inter-relatedness … Continue reading Questions our scholars are asking – part 2 of 2

“Love quickens the other virtues” – live-tweeting from the Chicago working group meeting

Our scholars are discussing and tuning their work in progress this week at our June working group meeting at the University of Chicago. Follow our live-tweeting @UChVirtue #VHML16. We’re sharing a few highlights below!   Follow our live twitter feed @UChiVirtue with #VHML16