ANNOUNCING FOUR NEW ACADEMIC BOOKS IN INTEGRAL THEORY!
The SUNY Series in Integral Theory will be officially launched in 2010! The first four books are:
· A Guide to Integral Psychotherapy: Complexity, Integration, and Spirituality in Practice by Mark Forman
· Integral Theory in Action: Applied, Theoretical, and Constructive Perspectives on the AQAL Model. Edited by Sean Esbjorn-Hargens
· Integral Education: Exploring Multiple Perspectives in the Classroom. Edited by Sean Esbjorn-Hargens, Jonathan Reams, and Olen Gunnlauson
· Integral Psychotherapy: Inside Out/Outside In by Elliott Ingersoll and David Zeitler
Five more manuscripts in review which should be coming out in 2011. These five books are:
· Integral Approaches to Recovery and Addiction by John Dupuy
· Emerging Visions of Men & Women: An Integral Exploration of Sex, Gender, and Spirituality. Edited by Vanessa Fisher and Sarah Nicholson.
· Integral Christianity: Mystical Theology by Chris Dierkes
· Developmental Religious Pluralism: A Brief Introduction to Integral Religious Studies by Dustin DiPerna
· The Next Half-Step: Integral Leadership for the New Millennium by John Forman and Laurel Ross.
A number of other volumes that are in preparation. These include the following (note in most cases titles are placeholders and are aimed to provide a sense of the focus):
· Humanity's First Planetary Crisis: Why We Need an Integral Approach to Climate Change. Edited by Sean Esbjorn-Hargens
· Handbook of Integral Psychotherapy. Edited by Elliott Ingersol and Andre Marquis
· Integral Judaism by Marc Gafni
· The Unique Self. Edited by Marc Gafni
· Integral Coaching by Joanne Hunt and Laura Divine
· The Elements of Integral Writing by Edith Friesen
· Principles of Metatheory by Mark Edwards
· Issues in Developmental Theory by Zak Stein
· Integral International Development by Gail Hochachka
· Integral Politics by Jack Crittenden
· Woman as Hero by Sarah Nicholson
· Futures of Knowledge Coherence: The Planetary Emergence of Integral Worldviews by Jennifer Gidley
· Research Across Boundaries. Edited by Markus Molz
One interesting thing to note is that the majority of the authors and editors of the volumes listed in the above three categories (in press, in review, in preparation) were at ITC 2008 and/or will be at ITC2010. Inthis sense, these volumes represent the academic work of our conference community. They clearly demonstrate the ability of our community to produce substantive works that will contribute to the growth and emergence of the field of Integral Theory.
STUDY INTEGRAL THEORY ONLINE three online JFKU Integral Theory academic courses starting Jan 2010 are available. These courses are electives in the online Masters of Integral Theory, and are taught by leading integral scholar-practitioners. Please email Program Coordinator John Scheunhage firstname.lastname@example.org course descriptions and more information.