Bibliotherapy: Poetry Therapy or Therapeutic Story-telling

The Family Relations journal is available online by remote access, and on campus access, to E.M. White Library patrons. In the most recent issue, Vol. 70, Issue 2, of the journal there’s an article on Bibliotherapy, which may be of interest to students and faculty studying grief and loss. Here are two quotes from it.Continue reading “Bibliotherapy: Poetry Therapy or Therapeutic Story-telling”

New EBooks – March 2021

In March, the following ebooks requested by faculty have been added to the library. If you are off campus, login with remote access credentials. Bal, Mieke. Narratology : Introduction to the Theory of Narrative. Fourth edition. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2017. Permalink: https://lpts.on.worldcat.org/oclc/1003284695 Cochrane, Steve. Asia’s Forgotten Christian Story : Story of the Church of theContinue reading “New EBooks – March 2021”

Trauma, Teaching, and Learning

The one year anniversary of the global pandemic is upon us. We’ve survived COVID19, but few of us, no matter how well we’ve pivoted, adapted or accomplished and productive we may have been, can claim to be thriving. The constant ambiguity has become exhausting. The AAR’s Spotlight on Teaching this month is thus most timelyContinue reading “Trauma, Teaching, and Learning”