1:00-2:00pm, World Music Hall: Registration
2:00-3:45pm, CFA Hall: “Narrative as ‘Waste Management’ in the Lives of Redeemed Former Prisoners,” Shadd Maruna, Ph.D., Queens University Belfast
4:15-5:30pm, CFA Hall: Jimmie Briggs & Judi Hannan
5:30-7:00pm: Break
7:00-8:15pm, CFA Hall: Katchen Coley Memorial Lecture – “The Care of the Sick as a Work Of Art” – Rita Charon, M.D., Ph.D., Columbia University


8:00-8:45am: Registration, World Music Hall;  Breakfast, Zelnick Pavilion
9:00-10:15am, CFA Hall:  Plenary – “Illness and the Distraction of Narrative – or Vice Versa,”
Arthur Frank, Ph.D., University Of Calgary
10:15-10:45am: Break
10:45-12:00pm: Breakout Session
Session A, Downey 113: “Finding the Illness Narrative in Medical History Taking,” Tom Barber, M.D., Boston University Medical School
Session B, World Music Hall: “What Narrative, and Whose?: Adventures in Mental Health, Criminal Justice and Community-Based Participatory Research”– Michael Rowe, Ph.D., Yale University
Session C, Downey Lounge: “Narrative Work with Traumatized Children” – Michele Klimczak, MSW, The Connection, Inc.
12:00pm-1:00pm: Break
1:00-2:30pm, CFA Hall: Panel: “Narrative in the Digital Marketplace”
Co-moderators: Lisa Weinert & Molly Barton; Discussants: John Mcelwee, Uzoamaka Maduka, and Noah Rosenberg
2:30-3:00pm: Break
3:00-4:15pm: Breakout Session
Session A, CFA Hall: Cami Delavigne
Session B, World Music Hall: Jennifer Gonnerman
Session C, Downey 113: Guy Story
4:45-6:00pm, CFA Hall: Mary Gaitskill

6:00pm, Daniel Family Commons: Post-Conference Cocktail Party, sponsored by Narratively.  21+