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The Dark Matter of Love Explores International Adoption and Attachment

CIFF 2014 Film Forum

On March 24 and March 25, the Schubert Center sponsored two screenings of The Dark Matter of Love as part of the 38th Cleveland International Film Festival. The Dark Matter of Love follows a family adopting three children from Russia and their journey building relationships with the help of psychologist Robert Marvin’s attachment therapy. The Diaz […]

Schubert Center Policy Director Gabriella Celeste Nominated for Wittke Award


The Schubert Center congratulates Child Policy Director Gabriella Celeste for her nomination for the Carl F. Wittke Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching! The Wittke Award is presented annually to two Case Western Reserve faculty members who are nominated for excellence in undergraduate teaching by their students. Celeste was also nominated for the award in […]

Schubert Center Post-Doctoral Fellow Gives Talk on Trauma-Informed Social Work Practice

On February 18, 2014, Schubert Center and Department of Anthropology post-doctoral fellow Yochay Nadan gave a talk titled “Narrative Ways for Trauma-Informed Social Work Practice: Experiences from Israel,” sponsored by the Mandel School for Applied Social Sciences. Nadan spoke about research on narrative work with individuals who have experienced trauma as well as experiences from […]

Schubert Sponsors “The Dark Matter of Love” at Film Fest

Family riding down escalator - screenshot from The Dark Matter of Love.

The Schubert Center is a proud film sponsor of “The Dark Matter of Love,” a documentary that connects the research of developmental psychologist Dr. Robert Marvin with a family building relationships with their newly-adopted children. “The Dark Matter of Love” is being shown as part of the 38th Cleveland International Film Festival. Join us for […]

Schubert Center Hosts Conversation on Youth and Violence

Jean Frank, Jeff Kretschmar and Jim

On Thursday, February 27, 2014, the Schubert Center hosted a panel of three experts on youth and violence as part of the 2013-2014 Schubert Center Conversation Series. Jim Adams, CEO of the Geauga County Board of Mental Health and Recovery Services, Jean Frank, manager of community initiatives at the Prevention Research Center for Healthy Neighborhoods, […]