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Responding to The Crisis of Connection: Remembering Erik Erikson

Published on 
February 2020

This video series is taken from our Centennial Conference and features excerpts from many of the presentations – check back often or bookmark the Riggs Blog to see new videos.  

Carol Gilligan, PhD, gives a Keynote Presentation and raises issues addressed in the recent book she co-edited, The Crisis of Connection, noting a societal shift in the relationship between the “me” and the “we” in our culture. Dr. Gilligan also links her comments to Erikson, who was one of her mentors.

Reflections on Erik Erikson and Identity

What is the Crisis of Connection?

The Importance of Empathy

Why Social Status and Friendships Matter

Reluctance in American Society to Embrace Relationship and Community

How Do We Lose Our Capacity to Care?

The Voice of Girls

The Sacrifice of Love for the Sake of Hierarchy

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