Katie Givens Kime
I am a teacher, a writer, a minister, and a researcher of the questions that abound at the intersection of psychology and religion.
In our culture's quest to figure out what it means to be human, and what it means to be a "believer" in one faith community or another, we all wrestle with what it means to be "multiple." Who is the real me? Is there one "me," or many? Is there one truth, or many?
I am a first-year doctoral student in Pastoral Theology in the Graduate Division of Religion of Emory University, working at the intersection of Christianity and depth psychology. I am investigating how multiplicity and other aspects of theological anthropology manifest in C.G. Jung's recently revealed masterwork, The Red Book.
A Presbyterian minister, I have also loved helping teach master's level courses in ethics, homiletics and field education courses at Emory for the past several years, and working as a tutor for students improving their writing and preparing for standardized tests. Copy-editing and curriculum writing are also ways I love to be paid to play with words.
I'm a mother to @abigailgk and a partner to @haddonkime. We live in Atlanta, but I have also loved living in Kalamazoo, Idaho City, Madison, and New York.