Blog Posts & News Articles

McAlpine, K. (2020). Resolving wicked problems requires thinking like a system and acting like an entrepreneur. Apolitical.

Gebhardt, L. (2021, May 14). Noblesse oblige. Idaho State Journal.

Articles & Book Chapters

Bentz, V., Rehorick, D., Marlatt, J., Nishi, A., & Estrada, C. (2018). Transformative Phenomenology as an Antidote to Technological Deathworlds. Schutzian Research 10 (2018) 189–220.

Buechner, B., Dirkx, J., Konvisser, Z. D., Myers, D., & Peleg-Baker, T. (2020). From liminality to communitas: The collective dimensions of transformative learningJournal of Transformative Education, 18(2), 87-113. 

Konvisser, Z. D. (2017). Exoneree Engagement in Policy Reform Work: An Exploratory Study of the Innocence Movement Policy Reform Process. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 33(1), 43-60, doi: 10.1177/1043986216673010.

Konvisser, Z. D. (2016). From terror to meaning and healing—A Franklian view. In The International Forum for Logotherapy, 39, 22-27.

Konvisser, Z. D. (2016). Healing returning veterans: The role of storyelling and community. In Veteran and Family Reintegration: Identity, Healing, and Reconciliation, Fielding Monograph Series, Volume 8. 

Konvisser, Z. D. (Summer 2020). Home. Michigan Jewish History, 59(20), 108-111.

Konvisser, Z. D. (2011). Psychological consequences of wrongful conviction in women and the possibility of positive changeDePaul Journal for Social Justice.5(2), 221-294.

Konvisser, Z. D. (2019). Resilience and Vulnerability in Aging Holocaust Survivors and Their Descendants. In Resilience: Navigating Challenges of Modern Life, Fielding Monograph Series, Volume 12.

Konvisser, Z. D. (2013). Themes of resilience and growth in survivors of politically motivated violence. Traumatology19(4), 292-302.

Konvisser, Z. D (2021). Voices. Michigan Jewish History, 61, 21. 

Konvisser, Z. D. (2015). What Happened to Me Can Happen to Anybody-Women Exonorees Speak Out. Tex. A&M Review3(2), 303-366.

Marlatt, J. & Bentz, V. M. (2020). Embodied awareness: Transformative coaching through somatics and phenomenology. In T. H. Hildebrandt, F. Campone, K. Norwood, & E. J. Ostrowski (Eds.), Innovations in leadership coaching (pp. 224-250). Santa Barbara, CA: Fielding Press. 

Marlatt, J., Rehorick, D., and Bentz, V., Transformative Phenomenology. In Adam Possamai and Anthony J. Blasi (Eds.) (2020). The SAGE Encyclopedia of Sociology of Religion. Thousand Oaks, CA., Sage.

Marlatt, J. (2017). The transformative potential of conversations with strangers. In Rehorick, D., Bentz, V. (Eds.), Expressions of phenomenological research: Consciousness and lifeworld studies (45-80). Santa Barbara, CA: Fielding University Press. 

Marlatt, J., & Noronha, J. (2021). Coaching from somatic and phenomenological foundations. In V. M. Bentz & J. Marlatt (Eds.), Handbook of transformative phenomenology. Santa Barbara: Fielding Press.

McAlpine, K. (2020). Coaching as an intervention to support construction on its journey to become an industry where everyone can thrive.  In T. H. Hildebrandt, F. Campone, K. Norwood, & E. J. Ostrowski (Eds.), Innovations in leadership coaching (pp. 301-321). Santa Barbara, CA: Fielding Press. 

McAlpine, K. (2016). Consultations with Women, Children and Civil Society in Tanzania. Their Experience of Violence and Recommendations for Change [Report]. Save the Children in Tanzania, UNICEF, Caucus for Children’s Rights.

McAlpine, K. (2020). Tanzania’s Development Challenge is to Grow the Economy Inclusively. Tanzania Affairs, 127.

Conference Papers, Proceedings & Presentations

Bentz, V., Marlatt, J., Nishi, A., & Estrada, C. (2018). Somatic Phenomenology as an Antidote to Technological Deathworlds, Presentation by J. Marlatt to the 4th International Alfred Schutz Circle for Phenomenology and Interpretive Sociology, May 2018, Konstanz, Germany.

Konvisser, Z. D. (2016). Transforming the Trauma of Wrongful Conviction. In Embodied Learning and Social Transformation: Opening Space for Expanded Worldviews through Experiences of Intersectional Dissonance, XII International Transformative Learning Conference Proceedings, Tacoma, WA.

Konvisser, Z. D. (2020, October 2). The Muses – Women’s Voices. Wrongful Conviction Day Innocence Network Livestream.

Konvisser, Z. D. (2021, March 4). Exonerated and freed women [Guest Lecture]. Wayne State University Criminal Justice Department

Konvisser, Z. D. (2020, March 31). Health and Wellness Session for Exonerated Women, 2020 Virtual Innocence Network Conference.

Konvisser, Z. D. (2021, April 8). Psychological Consequences of Wrongful Conviction [Guest Lecture]. Wayne State University Criminal Justice Department

Konvisser, Z. D. (2020, July 14). Rethinking Resilience: Surviving and Thriving through the Uncharted Waters of COVID-19, Panelist, Fielding Graduate University

Konvisser, Z. D. (2021, December 9). Resilience and vulnerability in aging Holocaust survivors and their descendants...Our responsibility [Guest Presenter]. Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus, Docent Education Program. 

McAlpine, K. (2015, 16-19 July). Enabling More Tanzanians to Do the Right Thing to Protect Children. An Application of an Integral Activist Epistemology to Understanding What it Means to be a Responsible Citizen in a Changing Country [Conference Presentation]. Metaintegral Foundation, Integral Theory Conference, San Francisco, California. 

McAlpine, K. (2015, 19 May). Doing the right thing to protect children in Tanzania: An explanatory theory of the basic psychological process of doing the right thing [Conference Presentation]. Yorkshire African Studies Network (YASN) Conference, Leeds, UK.

McAlpine, K. (2020, September). Citizens 4 Change: Using the Wisdom of the Crowd to Protect East African Children from Violence [Conference Presentation]. Social Values International Conference.

McAlpine, K. (2021, April). Doing the Right Thing to Protect Children in Tanzania [Conference Presentation]. Classic Grounded Theory International Virtual Conference

McAlpine, K. (2021, June). Using the wisdom of the crowd to protect East African children from violence [Conference Presentation]. ISPCAN International Congress.