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Lecture notes and reading notes for spring 1975 seminar

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2103
  • Dossier
  • [between January and April 1975]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of a bound volume of typed and handwritten lecture notes and reading notes by Nouwen. There is only two pages of typed lecture notes. The rest of the bound volume consists of handwritten reading notes or lecture notes by Nouwen which are heavily annotated. The reading notes covers works by Michael Novak, David Steindl-Rast, Anselmus Stolz, Diadoque de Photice, James Hannay, St. Benedict, and Thomas Merton.

Lecture notes for spring 1976 lecture course

File consists of a bound volume of typed and handwritten lecture notes by Nouwen, the majority of which are typed. The materials are annotated by Nouwen.

Handouts for spring 1976 lecture course

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2108
  • Dossier
  • [between June 1975 and April 1976]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of a bound volume of typed and photocopied handouts, including a course syllabus, class list and typed handouts by Nouwen about compassion, namely "Compassion with God", "Compassion and Solidarity", "Compassion and the Media", "Compassion and Displacement", "Compassion and our Limitations", "Compassion and Social Criticism", "Compassion and the New Mind", and "Compassion and Dread". The handouts also include two Merton bibliographies, two lists of monastic communities, and a class list of final paper proposals. Other articles included in this volume are:
-prefaces to the Japanese edition of Merton's "Seven Story Mountain" and "Thoughts in Solitude"
-prayer and excerpts from a letter by Merton titled "On Contemplation"
-short articles from Time (June 29, 1974 and November 18, 1974) titled "Pastor of the Poor" and "Torture, Brazilian Style"
-David Steindl-Rast's Curriculum Vitae, "Reflections of Thomas Merton's Last Days in the West" and "A Deep Bow"
-excerpts from the work of Dietrich Bonhoeffer,
-and, a short manual by Thich Nhat Hanh titled "The Miracle of Being Awake".

Handouts for year-long field-based course, 1976-1977

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2110
  • Dossier
  • [between September 1976 - April 1977]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of a bound volume of typed and photocopied handouts for a field-based course called Ministry in Non-Religious Institutions. This is volume II of II, of which handouts 22-45 are included. There are a significant amount of article handouts by Nouwen in this volume, all of which were later published. They are:
-"Spirituality of the Religion Teacher"
-"Compassion: a study inspired by the life and the works of Vincent Van Gogh." This article is dated December 16 - January 3 1975-76 and the location is typed as "Geijsteren Holland".
There is also a series of articles on compassion numbered I - XII. They are: "Compassion with God", "Compassion with Solidarity", "Compassion and the Media", "Compassion and the Community", "Compassion and Displacement", "Compassion and Our Limitations", "Compassion and Social Criticism", "Compassion and Power", "Compassion and Confrontation", "Compassion and the New Mind", "Compassion and Dread" and finally, "Compassion Summary".

The remaining handouts are:
-Lawrence Kohlberg's "A Cognitive-Developmental Approach to Moral Education"
-Kohlberg, Kauffman, Scharf and Hickey's "The just community approach to corrections: a manual" (not listed in table of contents)
-"What are Probation and Parole?" (author unknown)
-excerpts from John Updike's "A Month of Sundays"
-Philip Hart's "Gentle Way as Effective Way"
-excerpts from Sam Keen's "Beginnings without end", Terrence Des Pres' "The Survivor", Tom Wicker's "A Time to Die" and R.G. Smith's "Martin Buber".
-Walter Gaffney's "The Seduction of Anger"
-excerpts from Tillich's "Systematic Theology" and Bonhoeffer's "Letters and Papers from Prison"
-Bruno Bettelheim's "Reflections: The Uses of Enchantment"

This volume also includes a schedule of class topics, an example of a probation agreement for the State of Connecticut and a news clipping on "Qualities sought in clerics".

Handouts for spring 1977 lecture course

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2112
  • Dossier
  • [between June 1976 - April 1977]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of a bound volume of typed and photocopied handouts, including a syllabus and class list. The bound volume contains a table of contents listing 42 handouts. Most of the handouts are numbered in the upper right hand corner, i.e. "H4", "H24". These handouts include a discussion group list, monastic directories, bibliographies, description of Mercy Centre, and a list of final paper topics. The handouts include a number of typed articles by Nouwen. They are:
-"Case Recording in Pastoral Education"
-"The Minister as Healing Reminder"
-"The Minister as Sustaining Reminder"
-"The Minister as a Guiding Reminder"
-"Ronald" (a case study from the Menninger Clinic)
-"Spirituality and the Family"
-"Marriage as Ministry"
-"Hearing the Call" (unpublished)
-"Silence"

The remaining handouts include:
-a prayer by Thomas Merton.
-Nils A. Dahl's "Anamnesis: Memory and Commemoration in Early Christianity".
-excerpt from Chaim Potok's "My Name is Asher Lev".
-excerpts and poem from Bonhoeffer's "Cost of Discipleship".
-selections from Bonhoeffer on community.
-excerpt from Sir Frederick Treves' "The Elephant Man".
-Chapter Six of Louis Dupres "Transcendent Selfhood": "Alienation and Redemption of the Self in Time and Memory."
-Chapter 1 from James Hillman's "Insearch": "Human Encounters and the Inner Connection".
-Jim Antal's "Reflections on Harry Booth and Bonhoeffer".

  • excerpts from Igumen Chriton of Valamo's "The Art of Prayer".
  • two stories: "When Day Begins" from the Passionists of Union City, New Jersey and "A Tale" from "The Teachings of the Compassionate Buddha".
    -a short manual by Thich Nhat Hanh titled "The Miracle of Being Awake".
    -a sixteenth century poem from a Norman crucifix.
    -Kalistos Ware's "The Power of the Name: The Function of the Jesus Prayer".
    -Jan and Bod Aldridge's "Therefore chose life".
    -an article from Sojourners titled "Crucible of Community".
    -Parker Palmer's "Escape and Estrangement".
    -excerpts on Jiddu Krishnamurti.
    -David Steindl-Rast's "A Deep Bow"

Reading notes for the summer of 1977

File consists of a bound volume of handwritten reading notes by Nouwen created during the summer months of 1977, many of which were written during Nouwen's Pendle Hill retreat from June 26 to July 1. Many of the reading notes are dated, and cover works by Max Frisch, William A. Barry SJ, John Howard Yoder, R.P. Martin, Parker Palmer, Thomas Hora, Kai Erikson, Margaret Lewis Furse, Gerard Dekker, Jacques Ellul, Saint Seaphim of Sarov, Gene K. Hoffman, Kenneth Wooden, Gerard Egan and Michael Cowan, Basil Pennington, Archimandrite Sophrony, Kalistos Ware, Saint Alban and St. Sergius. There are four pages of reading notes that are written on the back of a letter from Parker Palmer to Nouwen outlining the schedule of the Pendle Hill retreat. There is also a heavily annotated draft of a course syllabus for the fall 1977 lecture course Compassion. There are also eight handwritten pages of sermon notes for the Mercy Center for the dates June 6, to June 20.

Lecture notes and handouts for fall 1977 seminar

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2116
  • Dossier
  • September - December 1977
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of a bound volume of handwritten and typed lecture notes by Nouwen as well as typed and photocopied articles and handouts, including a syllabus and class list. Many of these lecture notes are dated. Bound volume contains two typed class presentations by two students in the seminar, as well as a list of final paper topics for the seminar and a published article by Nouwen, "Compassion: Solidarity, Consolation and Comfort" which appeared in an issue of America (13 March, 1976:195-200). There is also an eight page typed article by Melanie Morrison titled "Beyond a Problem Solving Approach to Ministry".

Lecture notes for fall 1977 lecture course

File consists of a bound volume of typed and handwritten lecture notes, including a syllabus. Many of the typed and handwritten lecture notes by Nouwen are heavily annotated. There are also a number of handwritten reading notes by Nouwen and several "summary statements" by Gregory Youngchild reporting to Nouwen the general character of the students' reflection papers. There are two letters bound into this volume both relating to the course.

Reading notes on Vincent van Gogh: Paris - Auvers

File consists of a bound volume of handwritten reading notes by Nouwen on Vincent van Gogh. This is volume II of IV. Nouwen has designated this volume as "Paris- Auvers". These handwritten reading notes consist of detailed biographical notes of van Gogh's artistic and spiritual experiences of the years 1886-1889. Nouwen appears to have organised references in van Gogh's correspondence under subject headings such as "God", "Moods", "Painting", "Solidarity", etc.

Reading notes on Vincent van Gogh : Vincent's Religious Development

File consists of a bound volume of handwritten reading notes by Nouwen on Vincent van Gogh. This is volume III of IV. Nouwen has designated this volume as "Vincent's Religious Development". These handwritten reading notes consist of detailed biographical notes of van Gogh's artistic and spiritual experiences from August 1872 to April 1881. Nouwen appears to have organised references in van Gogh's correspondence under headings such as "Passion", "Vocation", "Depression", "Father/Mother", etc.

Handouts for spring 1980 lecture course

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2132
  • Dossier
  • [between January - June 1980]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of a bound volume of typed and photocopied handouts (including a syllabus and class list) for the lecture course. The table of contents listing 36 items, and records the date that the items were distributed to the class. In addition to a directory of local monasteries and contemplative centers, a bibliography on western mysticism, a statement from the Community Life Committee concerning inclusive language, a list of final paper topics and a list of students owing Nouwen money or assignments, there are a number of typed and photocopied articles by Nouwen. They are:
-"The Monk and the Cripple: Toward a Spirituality of Ministry" (later published in America (March 15, 1980: 205-210) and presented at Growing Together: A Conference on Shared Ministry. Washington, D.C.: Boystown Center, Catholic University, 1-3 February 1980.
-photocopy of "Solitude and Community" published in Worship (Jan. 1978: 13-23).
-photocopy of "Spirituality and the Family"published in the Church Educator Supplement (June 1977).
-photocopy of "Compassion: Solidarity, Consolation and Comfort" published in America (13 March 1977).
-photocopy of "Unceasing Prayer"from America (5 August, 1978).
-copy of "Compassion: The Core of Spiritual Leadership" from Occasional Papers: Institute for Ecumenical and Cultural Research (No. 2 March 1977).
The remaining articles are:
-biblical references of compassion compiled by John Mogabgab.
-John Mogabgab's "Self-Sacrifice and Community" (marked 'for private use only').
-Parker Palmer's "A Place called Community" from The Christian Century March 1977.
-Melanie Morrison's "Sumter County, Georgia: Floyd and Harriet Brown" from Sojourners, (July 1978).
-excerpt from Karl Barth's "Church Dogmatics".
-excerpt from Sir Frederick Treves' "The Elephant Man".
-excerpt from Dietrich Bonhoeffer's "On Community".
-excerpt from Gustavo Gutierrez's "A Theology of Liberation".

  • Matthew Monahan's "Father Ritter's Sanctuary for the Lost Children".
    -4 letters form Fr. Bruce Ritter of Covenant House.
    -Michael Christensen's "Urban Ministry at the Lamb's: 'To the Least of these my Brethren'".
    -Janet and Bob Aldrige's "Therefore Choose Life" from Sojourners (February 1977).
    -a tale from "The Teachings of the Compassionate Buddha".
    -Cabeza de Vaca's "The Power Within Us".
    -statement by Dr. Jorge Lara-Braud regarding military aid to El Salvador, March 25, 1980.
    -Dr. Jorge Lara-Braud's "Funeral for an assassinated archbishop".
    -letter from "The Catholic Worker" vol. XLIII, no. 7 (September 1977).

Small discussion group list handout for 1984 lecture course

File consists of a single photocopied typed page listing the location of the small discussion groups for Nouwen's lecture course. The page lists the number, time, location and the individual convener of each discussion group.

Listening and Speaking handout for 1984 lecture course

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2152
  • Dossier
  • [between February 7 - 14, 1984]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of two photocopied typed pages of summary lecture notes. The lectures are titled "Listening: Being attentive to the active presence of God in our lives" and "Speaking: words born out of silence and returning to silence, bearing fruit in our individual and communal lives". These handouts are labelled 'I' and 'II'.

Healing handout for 1984 lecture course

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2165
  • Dossier
  • March 13 - April 3, 1984
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of two typed pages of summary lecture notes. The title of the lecture is "Healing". This document has been labelled '#19'.

Small discussion groups administrative file for 1985 lecture course

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2183
  • Dossier
  • January 31 - April 25, 1985
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of administrative documents relating to the organization of small discussion groups for the lecture course. The file includes the original sign-up sheets for students to organize themselves into small groups of 6 to 8 people. There is also a copy of a final list of groups that was distributed to students as a handout. The file also contains a handwritten rough draft for a letter to be sent out to students who had failed to submit their mid-term self-evaluations. The draft is written on Harvard Divinity School letterhead but it is not in Nouwen's hand.

Handout on The Word for 1985 lecture course

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2184
  • Dossier
  • [between February 5 - 12, 1985]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of a single page of photocopied typed summary lecture notes. The title of the lecture is "The Word". The handout is dated Tuesday, February 5, 1985 and labelled "Handout #4".

Student response at mid-course for 1985 lecture course

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2209
  • Dossier
  • [between March 19 - April 4, 1985]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of one double-sided typed page of questions for students to respond to and submit to Nouwen and his assistants. It is labelled "Handout #35". The mid-course student response contains 5 questions. They are:

  1. Have you been faithful in attendance at the large lecture/discussion meetings, excepting necessary absence of which the staff was advised? What have you found most helpful and how would you describe our unfinished agenda?
  2. Have you been faithful in small group attendance and participation? In what ways has this been most fruitful - and most frustrating?
  3. Have you found a spiritual director or "soul friend" with who you share regularly? How have you grown in this discipline, and/or discovered barriers to growth?
  4. Have you begun to write, to preserve a journal of the Spirit in your life? Are patterns emerging? In what sense is this discipline easy or difficult? Have you decided which person/s will read it?
  5. How is your reading of John's gospel witness to Jesus coming? In what ways has it reinforced or expanded your views about Jesus? What difficulties have arisen?

Handout on fecundity for 1985 lecture course

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2216
  • Dossier
  • [between April 2 - 25, 1985]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of two copies of lecture summary notes. The title of the lecture is "Fecundity" and is labelled "Handout #40". One of the copies has been heavily annotated by Nouwen.

Sample letters from Refugee Alert

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2217
  • Dossier
  • [between April 2 - 25, 1985]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of two photocopies which were most likely distributed as handouts. These two documents are found filed in between Handout #40 and Handout #41 in the bound volume (see file 2178). These handouts do not contain a label however. They are samples of chain letters which students can send to family and friends and members of Congress.

Letter from Nouwen to students of 1985 summer lecture course

File consists of a three page letter from Nouwen addressed to students from his Boston College summer course. The letter is dated October 7, 1985 and was written from L'Arche Daybreak. In the letter Nouwen reflects on the experiences of the course and also discusses the objectives of L'Arche. Nouwen asks his students to keep the organization in mind when ministering to people in their own communities and asks his students to "help me make it better known". The letter also includes three locations of contact, L'Arche Daybreak, the Maryknoll Residence at Cambridge, MA, and the L'Arche community of Trosly-Breuil in France.

Handouts for twelve-week course on prayer

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2248
  • Dossier
  • January 31 - April 18, 1994
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of a series of typed and photocopied handouts ranging over a twelve week period. These handouts follow a format of guided meditation and in-depth prayer techniques. Each handout contains a written assignment and reading assignment, one of which is Nouwen's "Life of the Beloved". These materials were most likely used as preparation for Nouwen's 1994 course at Regis College.

Administrative records

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-2
  • Sous-série organique
  • 1966 - 1994, predominant 1983 - 1985
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

Sub-series consists of administrative materials relating to activities which Nouwen performed as a university professor within the administrative and social frameworks of the academic setting. This sub-series has been divided into sub-sub-series according to each academic institution, namely:

  1. University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, Indiana, USA.
  2. Yale Divinity School in New Haven, Connecticut, USA.
  3. Harvard Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.
  4. Boston College, in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, USA.
    and,
  5. Regis College, the University of Toronto, Canada.
    It is highly likely that Nouwen created administrative records while a professor at the Joint Pastoral Institute of Amsterdam and the Catholic Theological Institute of Utrecht between 1968 - 1970. However, these records have not survived.

Department of Psychology faculty calendar and program proposal

File consists of two documents. The first is a six-page typed calendar for Notre Dame's Department of Psychology. This document outlines the faculty of the department, the undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as a list of course descriptions, including course codes and the name of the professor who was teaching the course. Nouwen is listed in this document as an Assistant Professor.
The second document appears to be a copy of a proposal for developing a program of Psychological Training and Psychological Services at the University of Notre Dame. This document mentions that a proposed psychological clinic would provide "the personnel and potentialities for the training of those religious at Notre Dame and elsewhere who have the responsibility of dealing with troubled students." The document also mentions the value of offering summer courses to train religious working as counselors at the university. The author of this document is unknown.

The Catholic Students at Y.D.S.

File consists of two drafts and two typescripts of a reflection by Nouwen on the history of Catholic students at Yale Divinity School. The date of this work is not clear. In addition to the article there are two pages of criticism by people who read and edited the piece. The first page is a typed response by Margaret Farley. The other page contains handwritten responses from two separate people, one being female. The comments are generally negative and challenge Nouwen's interpretation of the Catholic community at Yale.

Harvard University

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-2-2265
  • Dossier
  • 1984 - 1985, predominant 1984
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of documents, forms, receipts and correspondence related to Nouwen's role as a professor affiliated with Harvard University, as opposed to Harvard Divinity School. They include:
-statement of account from Harvard University's General Accounts Receivable dated April 30, 1985
-schedule for Commencement ceremony at Harvard University dated June 7, 1984
-letter from Harvard's General Account Receivable dated May 18, 1984
-invoice from HUSC Customer charges dated 6, March, 1984
-loan receipt from the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University regarding Nouwen's Madonna statue. An annotation by Peter Weiskel states that the statue was returned January 23, 1984
-Harvard University parking form, listing Nouwen's silver Honda. Undated
-information booklet regarding Harvard University's Business Travel Accident Insurance plan for faculty and staff. Undated
-advertisement from Harvard University Employees' Credit Union. Undated
-pamphlet from Harvard University's Tax Deferred Annuity and Investment Program. Undated
-advertisement for seminars on University staff benefits and privileges. Undated.

Job description for office assistant to Nouwen

File consists of three copies of a job description for a position as Nouwen's office assistant. This statement was most likely typed by Peter Weiskel and is dated as April 18, 1985. David LeBlanc is stated as being the current office assistant.

Administrative documents and guidelines from Boston College

File consists of a group of documents mailed to Nouwen in late 1984 regarding his agreement to teach a course at the Boston College Institute of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry during the summer of 1985. These documents include:
-a letter from Philip J. King, Director of the Institute dated November 20, 1984
-a letter from Dr. Padraic O'Hare, Associate Director of the Institute, also dated November 20, 1984
-A book order form for textbooks and required readings for the course Introduction to Spirituality (also referred to as Introduction to the Spiritual Life) to be taught by Nouwen at Boston College
-one page outlining Boston College's guidelines for testing and evaluation of students
-four pages outlining Boston College's academic policies regarding teaching assistants, grading and testing procedures, photocopying and proper citation
-a form indicating the deadlines for returning various forms to the institution, such as book orders, syllabi and bibliographies.
The original package contained Nouwen's teaching contract with Boston College, but this document has been lost.

Papers from Gymnasium

File consists of two essays handwritten by Nouwen while attending the Gymnasium. Essays include a summary on Gerard Brom, etc., and one entitled, “Salvation is Never Born in Noisiness" (possibly for a religion class or Dutch).

Materials relating to mission work

File consists of materials relating to mission work, including pamphlets and a typescript by J.B. Moeller titled "Missie en Liefde" ["Mission and Love"]. Pamphlets include: several issues of Annalen (no. 688, 687, 686, 685, 684, 683, 682, 681, 679); De Medische Missiezusters; "Rapport 'Missie en technische Bijstand'"; "Centrum Lectuurvoorziening Voor de Missie - Rijsenburg"; "Helpthen bidden"; several issues of S.P.L. (no. 62, 6160, 59, 58); "Inrichting van de Missie Vereniging Sint Franciscus Xaverius Seminarie Rijsenburg"; "Priester-Missiedag"; Brits Kameroen (Nederlands Medisch Missie Comite).

Course notes from class of F.J.J. Buytendijk

File consists of lecture notes for a course taught by F.J.J. Buytendijk, likely titled "Vergelijkende Psychologie" [Comparative Psychology]. The bulk of the notes are on smaller lined paper. The notes on larger paper seem to be a summary of the notes on smaller paper.

Course notes on homosexuality

File consists of materials relating to a course on homosexuality. File includes type and handwritten notes by Henri Nouwen, blank psychological testing forms, and a typed outline with notes titled "Homosexualiteit: van vooroordeel naar orrdeel" [Homosexuality: from prejudice to judgment].

Course notes on existentialism

File consists of notes for a course on existentialism and modern theology. Files includes typed and handwritten course notes and reading notes, handouts, and other materials. Some of the material is dated from the mid-1950s.

Course materials on military and psychiatry

File consists of course materials for a course taught on the military and psychiatry. This materials includes typed hand-outs, Nouwen's handwritten course and reading notes, and sample forms used for diagnosis.

Course notes on pathology

File consists of course materials relating to a course taught by Professor Prick on Pathology from January to February of 1963. This includes course and reading notes in Nouwen's hand. Also included are handouts for the course and diagrams.

Pastoral Supervision in Historical Perspective

File consists of a hard bound copy of the first draft of Nouwen’s "Pastoral Supervision in Historical Perspective", possibly written while at the Menninger Clinic. Typed note on the cover page by Nouwen: "(This study is meant to be a first rough draft. It is not at all ready for circulation. I therefore would appreciate it if you would limit the use of this material to the members of the supervision seminar. I hope you will not let it be read by others. Before it is ready for any further circulation I would like to have it corrected by Doctor Hiltner and Doctor Southard and rewrite parts of it. I hope that you will be so kind as to send me your critical remarks which come out of your discussion and which I can use while rewriting it. Many thanks for your cooperation."

Evaluation of Six Months Clinical Pastoral Training

File consists of a soft bound manuscript by Nouwen entitled, "Evaluation of Six Months Clinical Pastoral Training", as well as typescript portions of the manuscript. This is a reflection on the first two semesters Nouwen spent at the Menninger Clinic. The evaluation took place at Topeka State Hospital.

Theology degree records

Sub-series consists of materials related to Nouwen’s time pursuing his doctoral (doctoraal) degree in Theology at Nijmegen University. It appears as though Nouwen received the degree conferred upon completion of the doctoral exams although his thesis was not accepted. Note of December 18, 2013: file 319 unequivocally suggests that Nouwen pursued a degree in psychology (or to be precise in the Social Sciences) in early 1971. See also file 329, box 290 which contains a more elaborate outline of the thesis in question.

Administrative thesis material

File consists of a blank form to apply for a thesis (with spaces for a title and supervisors); a thesis proposal typed on Prof. Dr. J.J.G. Prick's letterhead including a summary of the paper, but this is likely a draft as there are a few typographical errors; a draft for a doctoral thesis proposal with annotations and corrections by Nouwen; a letter from the Social Sciences Faculty at University of Nijmegen written by the Dean of Faculty, O. Schreuder, which outlines Nouwen's Thesis director (Professor Prick), the title of the thesis (De betekenis van Anton T. Boisen's acute psychose in verband met zijn vraag naar de verhouding tussen geestesziekte en religieuze bekering [The significance of Anton T. Boisen's acute psychosis related to his question about the relationship between mental illness and religious conversion]). The letter goes on to say the thesis defense date has yet to be set, and the committee will consist of Dr. W.J. Berger (Pastoral Psychology), Prof. Dr. K.J.M. van de Loo (Clinical Psychology), and Prof. Dr. F. Haarsma (Pastoral Theologian).
File also includes a letter to Nouwen regarding his request for the appointment of a thesis director for his PhD. They sent him a candidate's guideline for a PhD thesis.

Notes on "Naming the Whirlwind"

File consists of Nouwen's notes on a book by Langdon Gilkey titled "Naming the Whirlwind: The renewal of God language" (published in 1969). Nouwen also refers to the book as "Making the Whirlwind." Nouwen summarizes the book in his notes. Nouwen summarizes Gilkey's writing on Anton T. Boisen, Russell Dicks, Richard Cabot, and Caroll Wise on page 54, and Seward Hiltner and Thomas Klink on page 55 of his notes.

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