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Series VI
Courses, 1973-1985.
Boxes 10 - 13

A. History of religions/World religions
Box Folder Content
1. General (see also Card files, box 27)
10 7 SPE 301 syllabus
10 8 SPE 301/84 transparencies
10 9 SPE 301/84 stratification-political order
10 1 transparencies
10 11 AV--Buddhism (see also Slides, box 36)
10 12-13 WR 301 speakers
10 14 Zen center
10 15-18 World religions bibliography
10 19 Popular Hinduism (slide presentation)
10 20 "The Long Search"
10 21 Islam
10 22 WR 301 resources
10 23 WR 301 reserve books
2. Annual course files
10 24-25 WR 301 1984
10 26 WR 301 1983
10 27 WR 301 1982
10 28 Final examination 1981/1982
10 29-30 WR 301 1981
10 31 WR 301 1980
10 32-34 HR 301 1978
10 35-40 HR 301 1977
10 41-43 HR 301 1976
10 44-45 HR 301 1974
10 46-50 HR 301 1973
10 51 HR 400 Islam, guided reading 1976
3. World Religions courses taught at Hartford (see Card files, box 34)
B. Ministry 300
1. General: protocols for paper, articles, notes for presentations
10 52 Ministry theory paper
10 53 Grade sheet
10 54 Minister/pastor (articles)
10 55 Prophetic ministry
10 56 Introduction (transparency)
10 57 Sanctuary lecture (transparency)
10 58 Ministry in mission (transparencies)
10 59 Ministry in the congregation
10 60 Identity lecture (transparencies)
2. Annual files
10 61-62 1983, Fall
10 63-67 1983, evaluations
11 1 1983, discussion groups
11 2 Black improvement response, 1982
11 3-5 1982
11 6-8 1981
11 9 1981, future possibilities
11 10-11 1980, Fall
11 12 1979, roll
11 13-18 1979, Minister in the Church and World (also MIN 300)
C. Sociology of Religion (in his files and on cards Dr. Hopewell used the code "CA"--congregational analysis--to refer to these courses)
(see also Card files, box 35)
1. General materials (See VI. F.)
2. Annual files
11 19-21 Holston Conference D.Min. course, Fall 1983-1984
11 22 SR 313 1983, syllabi
11 23 SR 313 1983, congregational analysis
11 24 SR 313 1983, student reports
11 25 SR 313 1983, test on concepts
11 26-28 SR 443h congregational analysis graduate course, Spring 1981
11 29-32 SR 313 1981, Fall
11 33-35 SR 313, D.Min. course in Mississippi, 1980, Fall
11 36-40 SR 313 1979
D. Other ministry courses (see also Card files, box 35)
1. General materials (see VI.F.)
2. Annual files
11 41-45 SR 913 1980 (this is "Daedalus Church" in the book)
11 46-51 CC 917 1980, Spring, Institute for Church Ministries (source of "Briar Rose" myth portion of book. bgw)
11 52-54 PM 911 1978, Spring, Ministry through diversity (This is "the course that died," referred to in the book and in Hero Trinity accounts "passion" unpublished papers and lectures. bgw)
11 55-58 M 921 1977, Fall, Ecumenical social ministry
11 59-62 M 349 1977, Summer (taught with Manfred Hoffman)
11 63-69 HR 951 1977, Spring (early institute course. shows pre-sabbatical ideas about beliefs. bgw)
12 1-4 HR 809 1976, Fall, "Neo-Pentecostal Movement" (important record of pre-sabbatical treatment of belief systems. bgw)
12 5-7 HR 809 1976, Fall, course structure
12 8-10 HR 309 1976, Summer, "The Pentecostal Experience" (Institute for course furnished certificates for participation)
12 11-17 HR 851 1976 (early institute course shows pre-sabbatical ideas about congregational beliefs. bgw)
12 18-21 PM 393 1975, Summer (this seminar was taped at the Protestant and Television Center)
12 22 PM 393 1975, Spring
12 23-27 PM 393 1974, Summer
E. External presentations (non-Candler courses and workshops, and non-credit courses and workshops at Candler)
(see also Card files, box 34)
1. General materials
12 28 Course syllabi (for a variety of congregational analysis courses, credit and non-credit)
2. Course/presentation files, 1976-1985
12 29 Church of the Brethren, October 1985 (scheduled before his death)
12 30 Episcopal Divinity School, January 1985 (scheduled before his death)
12 31 Communicating with a congregation, the Center for Continuing Education, Candler, 1985 (canceled)
12 32 Academy for Parish Clergy, 1984 (never occurred)
12 33 Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, 1985 (cancelled)
12 34 West Ohio School of Ministry, August 1984 (Mark Cole took Hopewell's place)
12 35-39 Congregational Studies Institute, July 1984
12 40-41 Communicating with a congregation, continuing-education seminar, 1984
12 42-43 McCormick Theological Seminary, Center for Congregational Ministries in Metropolitan Midwest, 1983 (session conducted by speaker phone while Hopewell was in Emory Hospital)
12 44-45 Candler Continuing Education Week, 1984 (the Monday, 2 January session at Hopewell's home may be the source of the stories in Chapter 10 of the book. Notes on stories told by participant and "analysis of actions of plot" are in these folders. bgw)
12 46 United Church of Canada, Toronto, November 1983 (cancelled due to lack of registration)
12 47-53 Project One, Presbyteries of New Jersey and New York, October 1983 and June 1984
12 54-56 Candler Continuing Education, May 1983
12 57 Auburn Theological Seminary, staff meeting, 25 April 1983
12 58 Society of Church Business Administrators, 22 March 1984
12 59 St. Bartholomew's Church, Atlanta, 13 March 1983
12 60 Wofford College, 28 February 1983
12 61 Lilly Endowment, meeting with foundation staff, Robert Lynn, Jacqui Burton, Susan Wisely, Charles Blair, Fred Hofheinz, 15 January 1983
12 62-63 Candler Continuing Education, January 1983 and May 1983
12 64-65 Susquehanna Valley Presbytery, 4-5 November 1982, 24-25 February 1983, and 19-20 May 1983
12 66 Conference of the Diocese of South Carolina, 22-24 September 1982 (not held)
12 67 Georgia United Methodist Pastor's School, Macon, 16-19 August 1982
12 68-69 Diocese of Barbados, Antigua, July 1982
12 70 Seminary week at Lake Junaluska, 5-9 July 1982
12 71-73 Auburn Theological Seminary, 21-25 June 1982 (second session)
13 1 St. Luke United Methodist Church, Memphis, Tennessee, 22 March 1982
13 2 "Detecting the Plot of Your Congregation," first United Methodist Church, Jefferson, Georgia, 14 March 1983
13 3-6 "Understanding the Narrative of a Congregation," Auburn Theological Seminary, 4-8 January 1982 (first session)
13 7 Conference on the professional model of ministry and beyond, Hendersonville, North Carolina, 25-28 October 1981 (Hopewell did not attend. bgw)
13 8-10 St. Bede's Episcopal Church, Atlanta, 11-18 October 1981, (world view and ethos)
13 11 Nashville Area Pastor's School, Nashville, 11-14 August 1980
13 12-14 Continuing Education Course, Candler, May 1980
13 15 Science and religion, study seminars, October 1976
13 16 I-20 Coalition Ministry, Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, June 1976 (important for pre-sabbatical view of ministry. bgw)
F. Congregational-analysis materials (These materials were in current use by Dr. Hopewell, at the time of his death, in congregational-analysis-courses and workshops. bgw)
1. General
13 17 Psalms (used as opening or closing prayers for sessions. bgw)
13 18 Worship forms
13 19-21 Wiltshire Methodist Church--case studies
2. Introduction (see also IV.B.1.b.)
13 22 Househunting lecture (book chapter used to open presentations. bgw)
13 23 House cards
3. Setting (see also IV.A.3.a and IV.B.1.c)
[usual order of a world-view presentation: (1) test administered; (2) floor exercise: display on floor, using ropes or tape, of world view positions, using Hopewell's hospital plight (see Chapter 4) as illustration; (3) category definitions; (4) self-placement of participants in world view categories; (5) test scoring; (6) comparison of test to self-placement results bgw]
13 24 Map of meaning (floor display)
13 25 Characteristics
13 26 World-view orientations (floor display)
13 27 Revised world-view category definitions
13 28 Narrative settings (comparison of mean scores of several congregations used in book with different initials for churches bgw)
13 29 Belief range interviews
13 30 World-view test version 2
13 31 Score sheets (used to score 1982 belief range questionnaire bgw)
13 32 World-view test, recent
13 33 Big diamond [used to plot world-view (belief range) scores bgw)
4. Ethos/character (see also IV.A.3.b and IV.B.1.e)
13 34 Ethos analysis (These sheets were xeroxed and cut horizontally in half. Copies of each half sheet were passed to participant as each ethos topic, e.g."Mood," was introduced by telling congregational stories and their associated myths. bgw)
13 35 Ethos transparencies
13 36 Value patterns
5. Plot (see also IV.B.1.d)
13 37 Plot (floor display)
13 38 Congregational symbols and signals (older version)
13 39 Congregational symbols and signals (newer version)
(Note further evolution of plot categories in book, Chapters 10-12 bgw)
13 40 Sample of spatial symbols (observation guide)
6. Lectures (Drawn from last Hopewell draft of book. bgw)
13 41 Hero journey
13 42 SR 313/1983 narrative
13 43 SR 313/1983 listening for narrative
13 44 SR 313/1983 methods of observation
13 45 SR 313/1983 crisis and world view
13 46 SR 313/1983 categories of world view
13 47 SR 313/1983 models of congregations
13 48 SR 313/1983 community of language
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