The Stranger's Voice: Julia Kristeva's Relevance for a Pastoral Theology for Women Struggling with Depression (Practical Theology 1 1st New edition)
By: Carol L. Schnabl Schweitzer (author)Hardback
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"The Stranger's Voice" examines some of Julia Kristeva's major psychoanalytic texts which focus on themes of women's depression, feminine identity, motherhood, and the need to believe as these themes relate to the power of religious language in a therapeutic relationship. The central thesis of the book is that attention to critiques of religious discourse offered by those (in this case, Julia Kristeva) in the psychoanalytic tradition will facilitate a more fully nuanced approach to an interdisciplinary model for pastoral theology.
The Author: Carol L. Schnabl Schweitzer is Associate Professor of Pastoral Care at Union Presbyterian Seminary, Richmond, Viriginia and an ordained minister in the Evangelical Lutheran Church. She received her Ph.D. from Princeton Theological Seminary in Practical Theology and her clinical training at the Family Institute of Philadelphia and the Princeton Family Institute.
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