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    Curriculum Vitae: Education and Teaching

    Milligan CollegePsychology, BS
    IUPUIChemistry, BA
    Lincoln SeminaryTheology/Philosophy, MA
    Indiana University School of MedicineMedical Neurobiology
    Graduate Theological Union/UC BerkeleySocial Theory and Ethics

    My current areas of interests are sociology of the body (emotions, sexuality, health, gender), social psychology, international studies, and peace/conflict studies.

    I live in downtown Indianapolis on the canal, and am adjunct faculty in sociology and international studies at Butler University. I have taught at the following universities in Indianapolis.

    Butler UniversityIntroduction to Sociology, Introduction to International Studies, United Nations/International organizations, Social Movements, Change and Tradition (European and Nigerian Revolutions) (2006-2010)
    University of IndianapolisSocial Psychology, Physiological Psychology, Introduction to Psychology, Introduction to Sociology (2004-2008)
    Martin UniversityIntroduction to Sociology, Social Problems, Social Theory (2006-2008)
    Marian UniversitySocial Justice, Principles of Sociology, Social Theory (2007-2010)
    IUPUIIntroduction to Psychology (2004), Computer Science for non-majors (2001-2002)

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    Feel free to e-mail me at council@jeramyt.org Quote from Katherine Clifton as she dies alone in a desert cave in the screenplay for the English Patient (1996, Minghella). She is writing the final entry in her journal for her love, cartographer Count Almasy, who has gone for help to try to save her.

    "We die, we die rich with lovers and tribes, tastes we have swallowed . . .bodies we have entered and swum up like rivers, fears we have hidden in like this wretched cave. I want this marked on my body. We are the real countries, not the boundaries drawn on maps with the names of powerful men. I know you will come and carry me out into the palace of winds. That's all I've wanted--to walk in such a place with you, with friends, an earth without maps. ...The lamp's gone out, and I'm writing in the darkness."

    "Open your eyes. Don't let your mind tell the story here." Tonic, 1996

    "Our lies have made us angry with the truth." Five O'Clock People, 1997

    Regarding an assessment of the modern application of the Ten Commandments:
    "Science supplies the means of killing, finance the methods of stealing, the newspapers have learned how to bear false witness artistically to a globeful of people daily, and covetousness is the moral basis of our civilization.." Rauschenbusch, 1917


    Jeramy Townsley; links checked Oct 2009