This panel discussion will open the 19th
Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of Dreams. It
is open to the public for $15 at the door.
The panel will address the question of "Why
Dreams Matter" from perspectives including science and
research, cross-cultural studies, the arts, religion, and
psychology. The panel includes:
Deirdre Barrett, PhD -
Psychotherpist and author, "The Committee of Sleep: How
Artists, Scientists and Athletes Use Their Dreams for Creative
Problem-Solving - And How You Can Too"
Robert Bosnak, JD, Jungian Analyst,
author of "Tracks in The Wilderness of Dreams"
Allan Hobson, MD, Harvard Medical
School Neurophysiology Lab, author of "The Dreaming
Lee Irwin, PhD., Professsor of
Religious Studies, College of Charleston, South Carolina (Native
American dream beliefs)
The Association for the Study of Dreams
(ASD) is an international, multidisciplinary organization
founded in 1984 to encourage research into the nature, function,
and significance of dreaming.
For more information about ASD, go to www.ASDreams.org