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Anton Boisen

 

COLECCIÓN ESPECIAL ANTON T. BOISEN

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(1912 - 1981)

DOCUMENTS DONATED TO THE INTERAMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO, METROPOLITAN CAMPUS AND THE CENTER FOR THE STUDY AND RESEARCH OF THE CHRISTIAN FAITH IN PUERTO RICO (CEIFeC-PR) BY THE CHICAGO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS FOR THE EXHIBITION IN THE INTERNET

COLLECTION DIGITALIZED AND INDEXED BY JESÚS RODRÍGUEZ SÁNCHEZ, PH.D CO-PRINCIPAL RESEARCHER OF THE CEIFeC-PR

TECHNICAL CONSULTANT SEONG HEON LEE, ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN CHICAGO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY

Note: The documents in this collection are reprints of documents found in Boisen’s file-cabinets. They represent only a fraction of documents at The Chicago Theological Seminary (CTS) archives. For a complete listing of Boisen’s documents visit the CTS Library, Special Collections webpage at: http://www.ctslibrary.org/collections/special_col.php

 
 
Thematic Index:
FILE - I: PUBLISHED ARTICLES AND UNEDITED PAPERS
  1. “Mind and Body,” Henri Bergson in L’Energie Spirituelle, 7th Edition. Translated and summarized by A. T. Boisen (Paris, Felix Alcan, 1922) : 44-63

  2. "The Challenge to Our Seminaries," Christian Work (Jan., 23, 1926) : 8-12.  

  3. “The Study of Mental Disorders as a Basis for a Program of Moral and Religious Re-Education,” Religious Education (1928) : 1-4.

  4. "The Problem of Values in the Light of Psychopathology," American Journal of Sociology 28-1(1932) : 1-13.  Published in The Journal of Religion 22-3 (Jul., 1942) : 288-301.

  5. “The New Evangelism,” The Chicago Theological Seminary Register 25-2 (Mar., 1935) : 9-12.

  6. “Religion and Hard Times,” The Council for Social Action of the Congregational and Christian Churches.  March 15, 1939.

  7. “The Holy Rollers Come to Town,” The Chicago Theological Seminary Registry (Jan., 1939) : 5-8.

  8. “A Hymnal for use in Mental Hospitals: Psychotherapeutic Considerations,“ The Journal of Clinical Pastoral Work 2-1 (1948) : 1-7.

  9. “Clinical Training for Theological Students,” The Chicago Theological Seminary Registry 35-1 (Jan. 1945) :  16-19.

  10. “Types on Mental Illness: A Beginning Course. For the use in the Training of Theological Students, Part II:  Sequels and Comments,” 1946.

  11. “Cooperative Inquiry in Religion,” Religious Education (Sept.-Oct., 1945) : 290-296.

  12. “Self-Expression,” The Pastor (Apr., 1947) : NP.

  13. “Clinical Training in Theological Education: The Period of Beginnings.”  Preprinted for private circulation from The Chicago Theological Seminary Registry, (January 1951) : 1-4.

  14. “Anton T. Boisen and the Origin of the Movement for the Clinical Training of Theological Students.  Three Articles.”  The Chicago Theological Seminary Registry 41-I (January, 1951).

  15. “The Therapeutic Significance of Anxiety,” Journal of Pastoral Care  5-2 (Summer, 1951) : 1-11 .

  16. “What did Jesus Think of Himself?”  Reprinted from The Journal of Bible and Religion 20-1 (January, 1952) : 7-12.

  17. “Group Therapy: The Elgin Plan.”  Reprinted from Pastoral Psychology, (March, 1954) : N.P.

  18. “Schizophrenic Ideation as Striving Toward the Solution of Conflict.”  Anton Boisen, Richard L. Jenkins and Maurice Lorr.  Reprinted from: Journal of Clinical Psychology, 10-4 (October, 1954) : 389-391.

  19. “Clinical Pastoral Training in Retrospect and Prospect. Remarks at Faculty Luncheon, Union Theological Seminary.” October 30, 1957.

  20. “Religious Experience and Psychological Conflict.” Reprinted from: The American Psychologist, 13-10 (October, 1958).

  21. “Religion and Health: Collected Papers,” 1959. 

  22. “Onset in Acute Schizophrenia. Reprinted from Psychiatry: Journal of the Biology and Religion and Health Collected Papers (1959) : 159-166.

  23. “Inspiration in the Light of Psychopathology. Reprinted from Pastoral Psychology (October, 1960) : N.P.

  24. “Ideas of Prophetic Mission,” The Journal of Pastoral Care 15-1 (spring, 1961) : 1-6.

  25. “Schizophrenic Thinking:  Psychiatric Examination, HFD-ATB. No date.

  26. “Religion and Personality Adjustments.” No date.

  27. “Scientific Method in the Study of Human Nature.” No date.

  28. “The Minister as Counselor.”  Given before the alumni of the University of Chicago as one of a course of lectures on "Approaches to Human Adjustment." No date.

  29. “The Present Status of William James Psychology of Religion.” Printed from The Journal of Pastoral Care 7-3 (N.D.) : 155-157.

  30. “The Service of Worship in a Mental Hospital,” Reprinted from The Journal of Clinical Pastoral Work, 2-1 (N.D.) :  1-7.

  31. Types of Dementia Praecox. No date.

FILE - 5: OTHER DOCUMENTS
  1. Boisen Vitae

  2. “The Nerve Psychiatry.  It’s Field, Training for It,” by William Healy, M.D., American Psychiatric Association, May 12-15, 1925.

  3. “The Schizophrenic Type of Reaction,” by C. M. Campbell, in Vol. V of "Schizophrenia", Association for Research in Nervous & Health Disease, Paul B. Hoeber, Inc., 1928.

  4. “The Relation of Onset to Outcome in Schizophrenia,” by Harry Stack Sullivan, 1931. 

  5. “Improving Protestant Worship in Mental Hospitals,” by Seward Hiltner. Reprinted from Mental Hygiene 26-4 (October, 1942) : 806-609.

  6. Brochure: “The Exploration in Human Nature.”  The Chicago Committee of the Council for Clinical Training of Theological Students in the United States and Canada, 1944.

  7. Brochure: “Clinical Experience for Theological Students.”  Elgin State Hospital.  Under the Auspices of The Chicago Council for Clinical Training (Affiliated with the Council for Clinical Training, Inc. of Theological Students in the United States and Canada), 1945.

  8. AMHC Newsletter - Boisen Award, 1959.

  9. “An Unhappy Scientist,” (Case A N 3in Psychopathology, by Edward J. Kempf).  Comments by Anton T. Boisen. No date.

  10. Book Reviews for Psychiatry. No date.

  11. “Central themes of American Protestantism.” No date.

  12. Leaflet:  “Darkness and Light.”  Prepared for the Chicago Committee of the Council for the Clinical Training of Theological Students, Inc. The national organization has headquarters at 2 East 103rd Street. New York. No date.

  13. Leaflet: “Three Allies in a Common Cause:  The state, The Medical Profession, The Church.” Prepared for the Chicago Committee of the Council for the Clinical Training of Theological Students. Inc. The national organization has headquarters at 2 East 103rd Street. New York. No date.

  14. Leaflet: “What’s wrong with This Man?” Prepared for the Chicago Committee of the Council for the Clinical Training of Theological Students, Inc. The national organization has headquarters at 2 East 103rd Street. New York.

  15. “Psychoanalytic Comments on an Autobiographical Account of a Case of Paranoia,: by Sigmund Freud, Translated and Abstracted by A. T. Boisen. No date.

  16. “Religion” by W. E. Hocking, in Human Nature and It’s Re-Making, pp, 351 - 356. No date.

  17. “Scholastic Illusions,” from Wars of Families of Minds, by William Lowe Bryan. No date.

  18. “The Essentials of Case Records for Teaching Purposes,” by Richard C. Cabot. No date.

  19. “The Successful Treatment of a Case of Chronic Paranoia, “ Bjerre: Jahrbach fur psycho-analytische Forschungen, Volume III. No date.

  20. “Vis Medicatrix Dei,” by Richard C. Cabot. No date.
 
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