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CURRICULUM VITA




JANICE KAY HAAKEN



Contact Information
Work address:

2250 NW Flanders, Suite 301, Portland, OR 97210, USA:

Phone: 503 657-1601

Email: haakenj@pdx.edu

Website: www.jhaaken.com


Education

Ph.D. 1979 Wright Institute Los Angeles Social/Clinical Psychology

B.S. 1974 University of Washington Psychology (Honors)
A.A. 1969 Everett Community College Nursing (R.N.)

Employment




Academic Positions





  • Research Consultant, Department of OB/GYN and Women’s Studies, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, 2014-present

  • Visiting Professor, London School of Economics, winter, 2014

  • Fulbright Specialist Scholar, Durham University (UK), 2012

  • Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychology, Portland State University, 2011-present

  • Professor, Department of Psychology, Portland State University, 1991-present

  • Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Portland State University, 1983-1991

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Portland State University, 1979-1983
  • Director of Clinical Training, Department of Psychology, Portland State University, 1979-1986


  • Clinical Instructor, Department of Psychiatry, Oregon Health

Sciences University, 1978-79

Other Professional Employment


  • Documentary Filmmaker, J Haaken Productions, LLC, 2010-present

  • Licensed Clinical Psychologist, private practice 1982- present, Portland, Oregon.

  • Supervisor and Director of Staff Training, St. John’s Hospital and Mental Health Center, 1976-78

  • Psychiatric Nurse Specialist, Division of Child Psychiatry, University of Washington, 1970-73

  • Staff Nurse/Research Assistant, Clinical Research Center, University Hospital,

University of Washington, 1969-1970

Films/Videos



Milk Men: The Life and Times of Dairy Farmers. (2015, 76 minutes). Written and directed by Jan Haaken. Feature-length film, currently available through Lower Forty Films, www.milkmenmovie.com. Distributed through Gravitas Ventures, October 2016.
Mine Zone: Therapists Behind the Front Lines. (2014, 51 minutes). Written and Directed by Jan Haaken, Feature-length produced in partnership with Herzog & Company, Los Angeles, available through www.jhaakenproductions.com.
Searching for Asylum. (2012,10 minutes). Directed by Jan Haaken, co-produced with Maggie O’Neill and Durham University through Fulbright Fellowship. Available online at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjT5lENga_M.

Guilty Except for Insanity (2010, 85 minutes).Written and Directed by Jan Haaken.

Educators’ version available through Portland State University and short form for home use through www.guiltyexcept.com.

Moving to the Beat. (2009, 44 minutes) Produced by Jan Haaken, Directed by Caleb Heymann and Abdul Fofanah. Produced and broadcast through the National Black Programming Consortium (CPB). DVD with special educational features and CD available through www.moving2thebeat.com.
Queens of Heart: Community Therapists in Drag. (2006, 48 minutes) Written and Directed by Jan Haaken. Distributed through Cinema Libre, Los Angeles.
Diamonds, Guns and Rice (2005, 47 minutes) Produced and Directed by Jan Haaken and Caleb Heymann.. Screened at the Cascade Festival of African Films 2003. DVD distributed through Ooligan Press, Portland, OR.

Publications and Papers



Books
Haaken, J. (in preparation). Falling Down: Psychiatry, Politics, and PTSD.
Haaken, J. (2010) Hard Knocks: Domestic Violence and the Psychology of Storytelling

London: Routledge.


Haaken, J. and Reavey, P. (2010) (eds). Memory Matters: Understanding Recollections of Sexual Abuse. London: Routledge.
Haaken, J., Ladum, A., Zundel, K., DeTarr, S., & Heymann, C. (2005). Speaking Out: Women, War, and the Global Economy. Portland, OR: Ooligan Press.
Bigelow, B., Childs, S., Diamond, D., Dickerson, D., & Haaken, J. (2000). Scarves of Many Colors: Muslim women and the Veil, A Curriculum. Washington, D.C.: Teaching for Change.
Haaken, J. (1998). Pillar of Salt: Gender, Memory, and the Perils of Looking Back. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.

Journal Articles/Book Chapters

Haaken, J. (in press). Many mornings after:  Campus sexual assault and feminist politics. Family Relations: Interdisciplinary Journal of Applied Family Studies.

Cornish, F., Haaken, J., Moskovitz, L., & J., Jackson, S. (May, 2016). Rethinking prefigurative politics: An introduction to the thematic special section. Journal of Social and Political Psychology. http://jspp.psychopen.eu/article/view/640
Haaken, J. (March, 2016). Riding the waves of feminism: Psychoanalysis and women’s liberation. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society, doi:10.1057/pcs.2016.5
Haaken, J. and Stadick, M. (January, 2016). Behind the curtain: A cultural analysis of virtual reality treatment for combat-related PTSD. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society. doi:10.1057/pcs.2015.69
Haaken, J. (2015). Alienists and alienation: Critical psychology in search of itself. In Ian Parker (ed.) Critical Psychology Handbook. London: Taylor & Francis, 213-221.
Haaken, J. (2014). Keepin it real: Social action research, psychoanalytic theory, and the Moving to the Beat project. In O’Neill, M, Roberts, B. & Sparekes, A. Advances in Biographical Methods: Creative Applications. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 43-54.
Haaken, J. & O’Neill, M. (2014). Moving images: Psychoanalytically informed methods in documenting the lives of women migrants and asylum seekers. Journal of Health Psychology 19, 79-89.
Haaken, J. & Palmer, T. (2012). War stories: Discursive strategies in framing military sexual trauma. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society 17, 325-333

Haaken, J., Wallin-Ruschman, J. & Patange, S. (2011). Global hip-hop identities: Black youth, psychoanalytic action research, and the Moving to the Beat project. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 22, 63-74.

Haaken, J. (2011). Picturing the field: Social action research, psychoanalytic theory, and documentary filmmaking. In Paula Reavey (ed.). Visual Methods in Psychology. London: Francis and Taylor.

Haaken, J. (2010). The seventh veil: Feminism, recovered memory, and the politics of the unconscious. In Susannah Radstone and Bill Schwarz (eds), Memory: Histories, Theories, Debates. New York: Fordham University Press, 428-441

Fussell, H., Haaken, J., Lewy, C., & McFarland, B. (2009) Clinical perceptions: A study of partner violence and methamphetamine use as presenting problems. Psychiatry 72 (4), 381-391.
Haaken, J. (2008). Too close for comfort: Psychoanalytic cultural theory and domestic violence politics. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society 13, 75-93.
Haaken, J. (2008). When White Buffalo Calf Woman meets Oedipus on the road: Psychoanalysis, Lakota psychology and male violence. Theory & Psychology 18,

195-208.
Haaken, J. Fussell, H. & Mankowski, E. (2007). Bringing the Church to its knees: Evangelical Christianity, feminism, and domestic violence discourse. Politics and Psychotherapy International 5 (2), 103-115.


Haaken, J. (2005, December). What’s so funny? Video ethnography and drag performance. Journal of Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society, 319-327.

Haaken, J. (2003). Pleasures and perils in looking back: Response to Grand, Fogel, Kahane and Nadir, Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 4(2). 208-225.

Haaken, J.. (2003). Smart, dumb, or culturally challenged? A social history of the dynamic unconscious. Psychotherapy and Politics International 1 (1). 47-63.
Haaken, J. and Yragui, N. (2003). Going underground: Conflicting perspective on domestic violence shelter practices. Feminism and Psychology, 13 (1). 49-71
Haaken, J. (2003). Traumatic revisions: Remembering abuse and the politics of forgiveness. In P. Reavey and S. Warner (eds.) New Feminist Stories of Child Sex Abuse. New York: Routledge, 77-93.
Haaken, J. (2002, Autumn). Cultural amnesia: Memory, trauma and war. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 28 (1), 455-457.
Haaken, J. (2002, Fall). Bitch and Femme Psychology: Women, aggression, and psychoanalytic social theory. Journal for the Psychoanalysis of Culture & Society, 7(2). 202-215.
Mankowski, E., Haaken, J., and Silvergleid, C. (2002, June). Collateral damage: Domestic violence discourse and models of masculinity. Journal of Family Violence, 17 (2), 167-183.
Haaken, J. (2002). The good, the bad, and the ugly: Psychoanalytic and cultural perspectives on forgiveness. In S. Lamb and J.G. Murphy (eds.) Before Forgiving: Cautionary Views of Forgiveness in Psychotherapy. New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 172-191.

Haaken, J. (2001). Shallow graves: Women and war in Sierra Leone. Journal of Psychoanalyst Psychologist, 21, 26-34.

Brenner, J. & Haaken, J. (2000). Utopian thought: Re-visioning gender, family, and community. Community, Work and Family, 3, 333-347.
Haaken, J. and Lamb, S. (2000, May/June). The politics of child sexual abuse research. Society, 9-14.
Haaken, J. (1999, Fall). The womb of feminism. Battered women’s refuge as social symbolic space. Journal of Psychoanalysis in Culture and Society, 4, 315-317.
Haaken, J. (1999). Heretical texts: The Courage to Heal and the incest survivor’s movement. In Sharon Lamb (Ed.) New Visions of Victimhood. (New York: New York University Press).
Haaken, J. (1998). Women’s stories of hidden selves and secret knowledge: A feminist-psychoanalytic analysis. In T. Sabin and J. deRivera (Eds.) Believed-In Imaginings: The Narrative Construction of Reality. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, 247-268.
Haaken, J. (1998). The recovery of memory, fantasy, and desire in women’s trauma stories: Feminist approaches to sexual abuse and psychotherapy. In S. Smith and J. Watson (Eds.) Women, Autobiography, Theory: A Reader. Bloomington: University of Indiana Press.
Nathan, D. & Haaken, J. (1996, September/October). From incest to Ivan the Terrible: Science and the trails of memory. Tikkun, 26-30.

Haaken, J. (1996, Summer). The recovery of memory, fantasy and desire: Feminist approaches to sexual abuse and psychic trauma. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 21, 1069-1094.

Haaken, J. (1996).Field dependence research: A historical analysis of a psychological construct. In B. Laslett, S. Kohlstedt, A. Longino, and E. Hammonds (Eds.) Gender and Scientific Authority. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
Haaken, J. (1995, May). The debate over recovered memory of sexual abuse: A psychoanalytic feminist perspective. Psychiatry: Interpersonal and Biological Processes, 58, 189-198.
Haaken, J. (1994, Fall). Sexual abuse, recovered memory, and therapeutic practice: A feminist-psychoanalytic perspective. Social Text, 40, 115-135.
Haaken, J. (1994). Women, recovery groups and “love addiction.” In R.R. Watson (Ed.). Drug and Alcohol Abuse Reviews: Addictive Behaviors in Women. Totowa, N.J.: Humana Press.
Haaken, J. (1993, Winter). From AL-ANON to ACOA: Co-dependence and the historical transformation of Care giving. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 18, 321-345.
Haaken, J. (1992, Winter). Beyond Addiction: Recovery groups and “women who love too much.” Free Associations (London), 25, 85-109.
Haaken, J. & Bowlden, L. (1992). Peleando contra la “guerra de las drogas” en Estados Unidos de America. In A.G. Cansino (Ed.) Drogas, Sociedades Adictas Y Economias Subterraneas Mexico City: Ediciones el Caballito, S.A.
Haaken, J. & Bowlden, L. (1991, January). Fighting the drug war. Against the Current, 30, 19-26.

Haaken, J. & Schlaps, A. (1991, Spring). Incest resolution therapy and the objectification of sexual abuse. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 28, 39-47.

Haaken, J. (1990, Winter). The Siegfried Bernfeld Conference: Uncovering the psychoanalytic political unconscious. The American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 50, 289-304.
Haaken, J. (1990, November). A critical analysis of the co-dependence construct. Psychiatry: Interpersonal and Biological Processes, 53, 396-406.
Haaken, J. & Korschgen, J. (1988, Spring). Adolescents and conceptions of social relations in the workplace. Adolescence, 23, 1-14.
Haaken, J. (1988, January). Field dependence research: A historical analysis of a psychological construct. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 13, 311-330.
Haaken, J. (1988, December). Beyond the Cinderella Complex, Against the Current, 12, 13-18.
Adams, R., & Haaken, J. (1987, October). Anti-cultural culture: LIFESPRING’s ideology and its roots in humanistic psychology. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 27, 501-517.
Haaken, J. (1983, Winter). Freudian theory revised: A critique of Rich, Chodorow and Dinnerstein, Women’s Studies Quarterly, 11, 12-15.
Haaken, J. (1983, Winter). Sex differences and narcissistic disorders. American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 43, 315-324.

Haaken J., & Adams, R. (1983, August). Pathology as personal growth: A participant-observation study of Lifespring training. Psychiatry, 46, 270-280.

Davis, J., & Haaken, J. (1976). Dual therapeutic roles in the treatment of a psychotic child. Child Welfare, 55, 407-416.
Haaken, J., & Davis, F. (1975). Group therapy with latency aged psychotic children. Child Welfare, 54, 703-711.
Carlin, A., Beahrs, J., & Shehorn (Haaken), J. (1974). The impact of psychoactive drugs on hypnotic susceptibility. The American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 16, 267-269.

Book Reviews

Haaken, J. (2015). Review of Erica Johnson and Patricia Moran (eds.) Female Face of Shame. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society 20, 320-322.


Haaken, J. (2011). Review of Louis Gyler, The Gendered Unconscious: Can Gender Discourses Subvert Psychoanalysis? Psychology of Women Quarterly 35, 488-89
Haaken, J. (2010). Review of Kate Douglas, Contesting Childhood: Autobiography, Trauma, and Memory. Biography 33, 853-855.
Haaken, J. (2007). Review of Anthony Molino (ed.), Culture, Subject, Psyche: Dialogues

in Psychoanalysis and Anthropology. Theory & Psychology 17, 489-493.

Haaken, J. (2002, March). Review of Lynn Phillips, Flirting with Danger: Young Women’s Reflections on Sexuality and Danger. Psychology of Women Quarterly. 26 (1). 95-96.

Haaken, J. (2001). Review of Nicola King, Memory, Narrative, Identity: Remembering the Self. Gender, Place and Culture. 8 (4). 411-413.
Haaken, J. (2000, September). Review of Jeffery Prager, Presenting the past: Psychoanalysis and the Sociology of Misremembering, Contemporary Sociology, 29 . 734-735.

Papers at Professional Meetings

Haaken, J. (2016, April). Signifying suffering: Caveats in deploying the PTSD diagnosis in conflict zones. Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Division 39, Atlanta, GA.


Haaken, J. (2015, November). Many Mornings After: Looking Back on Resistances to Campus Sexual Assault. Invited address at the meetings of the National Council on Family Relations, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Haaken, J. (2015, March). Rethinking psychology and prefigurative politics. Invited address at meetings of social psychology, London School of Economics.

Haaken, J. (2014, October). Psychoanalysis and feminism: Recollection, working through and transformation. Paper presented at the meetings of the Association for Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society.


Haaken, J. (2014, February). Fourth wave feminism and social change. Invited address, Health and Community Development seminar series, Department of Social Psychology, London School of Economics.

Haaken, J. (October, 2012). Moving images: Psychoanalytically informed methods in documenting the lives of women migrants and asylum seekers. Silver Science Lecture, Barnard Center for Research on Women.

Haaken, J. (2012). Findings of Significance: Psychology, Research, and Activism. Keynote address for the meetings of the Center for Community Research, Graduate School, Lewis and Clark College, Oregon.

Haaken, J. (2011, November). Looking back on the abortion rights movement: Psychoanalytic Reflections. Paper presented at the meetings of the Association for Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society, New Brunswick, NJ.

Haaken, J., Wallin-Ruschman, J., & Balfour, K. (October, 2010). Social action research and theory: Marginalized concepts, marginalized groups. Meetings of Eco-community Psychology, Portland, OR.

Haaken, J. (2010, May). Border tensions in social action research: Lessons from the front lines. Invited address at the meetings of the London School of Economics Social Science Research Conference.

Haaken, J. (2010, May). Psychology and Documentary Film: The Guilty Except for Insanity project. Invited address at Durham University, Durham, England.

Haaken, J., Samuels, R. and Whilde, M. (2008, October). Action! Psychoanalysis, new media,and activism. Meetings of the Association for Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society, New Brunswick, NJ.

Haaken, J (2008, September). Pleading insanity: Between madness and badness. Paper and video invited address at Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, England.

Haaken, J. (2008, March). Critical psychology, critical feminisms: Fighting male violence. Invited keynote address for Women’s History Month, Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota.

Haaken, J. (2007, November). Battle fatigue: Feminism, psychology, and the movement against domestic violence. Invited address at the meetings of the Manitoba Association of Domestic Violence Workers. Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Haaken, J. (2007, November). Social Action Research and Video Ethnography.

Paper presented at the meetings of the Association for Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society, New Brunswick, NJ.

Haaken, J. Roberts, G. & Rempe, D. (2007, October). Moving to the beat: Video ethnography, psychoanalytic social theory, and participatory action research. Northwest ECO/Community Conference, University of Washington Bothell
Haaken, J. (2007, July). Fighting Male Violence: Anxieties, group defenses and the problem of reparation. Invited address for the meetings of the British Psychological Society, Section on the Psychology of Women, Windsor, England.

Haaken, J. (2006, May). The third ear: Psychoanalysis, culture, and clinical narratives. Workshop presented at the New Hampshire Psychological Associations.


Haaken, J. (2006, May). Disciplining the heirs of Freud: Psychoanalysis, psychology, and the academy. Paper presented at the London School of Economics. London, England.
Haaken, J. (2006, May) Action! Community Psychology, Video Ethnograpahy, and Social Action Research. Paper presented at Middlesex University, London, England
Haaken, J. (2006, May). Memories of the Satanic abuse scare: What is to be learned. Invited Address at the Sidore Lecture Series, University of New Hampshire.
Haaken, J. (2005, December). Memory, mourning and manhood in A Lie of the Mind, A Play by Sam Shephard. Invited address at the “Memory Speaks! Symposium, University of Pittsburgh.
Haaken, J. (2005, June). When White Buffalo Calf Woman meets Oedipus on the Road: Psychoanalysis, Lakota psychology, and male violence. Paper presented at the meetings of the International Society of Theoretical Psychology, Cape Town, South Africa.

Haaken, J. (2005, July). Fighting male violence: Storytelling, group dynamics, and male violence. Paper presented at the international meetings of Critical Psychology, Durban, South Africa.

Haaken, J. (2005, May). Action! Community psychology and video activism. Paper presented at the meetings of Psychologists for Social Responsibility, Portland, Oregon.
Haaken, J. (2004, May). What’s so funny? Video ethnography, psychoanalysis and drag performance. Paper presented at the meetings of the Association for Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society, Washington, D.C.
Haaken, J. (2003, August). Bringing diversity to Duluth: Cultural perspectives on the power and control model. Paper presented at the meetings of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Haaken, J. (2003, June). Too close for comfort: Psychology and domestic violence discourse. Paper presented at the meetings of the International Society for Theoretical Psychology, Istanbul, Turkey.
Haaken, J. (2002, November). Representing violence: Dilemmas of an ethnographic filmmaker. Invited address presented at the American College, Athens, Greece.
Haaken, J. (2002, April). Going Underground: Feminist Controversies and Refuge Practices. Invited address presented at the Metropolitan University, Manchester, England.
Haaken, J. & Yragui, N. (August, 2001). Going Underground: A national study of domestic violence shelter practices. Paper presented at the meetings of the Western Psychological Association. Portland, OR.
Fussell, N. & Haaken, J. (August, 2001). Syndromes and cycles: Women at the intersection of child abuse and domestic violence discourses. Paper presented at the meetings of the Western Psychological Association. Portland, OR

Haaken, J. (June, 2001). A social history of the narrative unconscious. Paper presented at the meetings of the International Society of Theoretical Psychology. Alberta, CA.

Haaken, J. (October, 2000). Feminism and the unconscious: Bodies, psychic borders, and social boundaries. Paper presented at the Humanities Center, Harvard University, Boston MA.
Haaken, J. (October, 2000). The fantasy of multiple selves: What clinicians can learn from the MPD movement. Invited address at the meetings of the Massachusetts Association of Psychoanalytic Psychology, Boston, MA.
Mankowski, E., Haaken, J. & Silvergleid, C. (2000, April). Collateral damage: An analysis of the achievements and unintended consequences of batters intervention programs and discourse. Paper presented at the meetings of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, OR.
Haaken, J. & Fussell, H., (Portland State University), (2000, April). Evangelical Christianity, feminism and domestic violence discourse. Paper presented at the meetings of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, OR.
Yraqui, N. & Haaken, J. (2000, April). Between refuge and community: Controversies over the confidentiality of women’s shelters. Paper presented at the meetings of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, OR.
Haaken, J. (1999, November). The trauma recovery movement: Insights and hysterical blind spots. Keynote address presented at the conference of Public Art as Social Intervention, Concordia University, and Montreal, Canada.
Haaken, J. (1999, November). Narrating sexual trauma. Paper presented at St. Michaels College, Burlington, VT.
Haaken, J. (1999, October). When the Lady Sings the Blues: Women, Culture and Depression. Invited address at the meetings of the Martha Bryant Memorial Midwifery Conference, Portland, OR.

Haaken J. (1999, August). The feminization of the unconscious: Women, psychotherapy hidden knowledge. Keynote address presented at the meetings of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Haaken, J. (1999, August). The Politics of Trauma Diagnosis. Paper presented at the meetings of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.
Haaken, J. (1999, March). The domestication of the domestic violence movement. Paper presented at the meetings of the Association for Women in Psychology, Providence, RI.
Haaken, J. (1999, March). The Psych-politics of domestic violence: An analysis of cycle of violence theory. Paper presented at Haverford College, Haverford, PA.
Haaken, J. (1998, November). The feminizing of the unconscious: Women, psychotherapy and hidden knowledge. Paper presented at the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute, San Francisco, CA.
Haaken, J. (1998, October). Clinical horror stories: Bodies, psychic borders, and social boundaries. Paper presented at Willamette University, Salem, OR.
Haaken, J. (1997, August). The trauma model: Insights and hysterical blind spots. Paper presented at the meetings of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
Haaken, J. (1997, August). The ghost in the machine: Emotion and the science of memory. Keynote address presented at the meetings of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
Haaken, J. (1997, May). Women’s stories of hidden selves and secret knowledge: A feminist psychoanalytic analysis. Paper presented at the Conference on Believed-In Imaginings, Clark University, Worcester, MA.

Haaken, J. (1994, April). Critical issues in trauma theory: The psychology and politics of victimization. Keynote address presented at the 13th annual Northwest Conference on Child Sexual Abuse, Portland, OR.

Haaken, J. (1993, December). The repressed memory debate as psychodrama: A psychoanalytic feminist perspective. Paper presented at The New School of Social Research, New York, and NY.
Haaken, J. (1993, December). The repressed memory debate as psychodrama: A psychoanalytic feminist perspective. Paper presented at the Conference on Memory and Trauma, Clark University, Worcester, MA.
Haaken, J. (1993, May). The psychodynamics and sexual politics of right wing movements. Paper presented at the meeting of the Oregon Psychological Association, Lincoln City, OR.
Haaken, J. (1992, October). Clinical discourse on sexual abuse: Memory as cultural and personal narrative. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Pittsburgh Association of Psychotherapists, Pittsburgh, PA.
Reynolds Kwee, J. & Haaken, J. (1992, April). The social construction of grandmothering in the workplace. Paper presented at the meetings of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, OR.
Haaken, J. (1992, March). Further thoughts on sexual abuse: The nature of memory, fantasy and desire. Invited address presented at the meetings of the Western Massachusetts Psychological Association, Amherst, MA.
Reynolds, J. & Haaken, J. (1990, April). Intergenerational relations in the workplace: Older women and their younger co-workers. Paper presented at the meetings of the Western Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA.
Haaken, J. (1990, April). A critical analysis of the co-dependence construct. Paper presented at the meetings of the Western Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA.

Haaken, J. (1989, June). Psychoanalytic discourse and political praxis. Paper presented at the meetingss of the Siegfried Bernfeld Group. Frankfurt, West Germany.

Haaken, J. (1989, May). Women and co-dependence: The pathologizing of femininity. Paper presented at the meetings of the Oregon Psychological Association, Newport, OR.
Haaken, J. (1988, October). Women and “love addiction”: A psychoanalytic feminist critique. Paper presented at the meetings of the Northwest Women’s Studies Association, Portland, OR.
Smith, C.L. & Haaken, J. (1988, February). Another look at maternal employment effects: Older mothers and their adult children. Paper presented at the Conference for Developmental Psychology in Oregon, Silver Falls, OR.
Haaken, J. & Korschgen, J. (1987, August). Social class and female adolescents conceptions of the workplace. Paper presented at the meetings of the American Psychological Association, New York, NY.
Haaken, J. (1987, July). Work and family in historical perspective. Paper presented at the Oregon Psychological Association, Wilsonville, OR.
Haaken, J. & Korschgen, J. (1987, April). Social class, social cognition and working adolescents. Paper presented at the meetings of the Western Psychological Association, Long Beach, CA.
Adams, R., & Haaken, J. (1982, December). Looking at Lifespring: Problems of ethnographic research in the human potential movement. Paper presented at the meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Los Angeles, CA.
Adams, R., & Haaken, J. (1981, December). Anti-cultural culture: The influences of humanistic psychology on American conceptions of culture. Paper presented at the meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Los Angeles, CA.

Haaken, J. (1981, November). Psychoanalysis and feminism: Theoretical considerations for a rapprochement. Paper presented at the meetings of the Oregon Psychological Association, Portland, OR.

Haaken, J. (1981, May). Incest: a family affair? Paper presented at the meetings of the Oregon Psychological Association, Newport, OR.
Haaken, J., & Adams, R. (1981, April). Behaviorism, humanism and popular culture: a socio-historical analysis. Paper presented at the meetings of the Western Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA.
Haaken, J. (1979, November). Pediatric Liaison Services: Pitfalls and progress in the evolution of a Child Life Therapy program. Paper presented at the meetings of the American Association of Psychiatric Services for Children, Chicago, IL.

Teaching
Courses Taught
Undergraduate:

Clinical Interviewing

Peace Psychology

Gender and Madness

Psychology of Gender and Violence

Gender, Moral Reasoning and War (Athens, 2002)

Psychology and Film: New Greek Cinema (Athens, 2002)

Psychopathology

Women and Organizational Psychology

Women, Psychoanalysis and Film

Graduate

Clinical Interviewing

Gender and Madness

Peace Psychology

Social Action Research



Grants/Awards

Silver Science Lecture, 2012, Barnard College

Pacific Pioneer Emerging Documentary Director 2009

John Elliott Allen 2007 Award for Teaching

Portland State Univesity President’s Initiative in International Scholarship, 2003

John Elliott Allen 2001 Award for Teaching



Professional Associations
Editorial Boards

Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society

Psychotherapy and Politics International



Professional Organizations


Association for Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society (Board member)

Psychologists for Social Responsibility

Oregon Psychoanalytic Society

American Psychological Association, Division of Psychoanalysis


Community Service

Chair of the Board, Walk of the Heroines, Portland State University


Co-chair, VISIONS: ART- Art for Resilience and Transformation

Programmer, Public Affairs, KBOO Community Radio





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