Bruce A. Hedman
Bruce A. Hedman, Ph.D., has served the Abington Congregational Church, Pomfret Center, Connecticut, since 1988. In 1980 he graduated from Princeton Theological Seminary, where he earned a Masters of Divinity degree, with a concentration in psychology under Prof. James E. Loder. That year he was ordained to the Presbyterian ministry in Philadelphia. He served churches in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania and in Union, Connecticut and Hampton, Connecticut.
Also, Bruce Hedman has been on the faculty of the University of Connecticut since 1982 as an associate professor of mathematics. He earned his Ph.D. in mathematics at Princeton University in 1979, studying higher-dimensional polytopes under Harold W. Kuhn. He has written a dozen papers on iterated clique graphs and on the history of mathematics.
Bruce Hedman was born on November 30, 1953 in Seattle, Washington. He took a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics magna cum laude from the University of Washington in 1974. In 1976 he earned a Masters of Arts degree in mathematics from Princeton University.
As a minister and mathematician, Hedman has written on theology's impact on the scientific worldview, including "Mathematics, Cosmology, and the Contingent Universe", and "Cantor's Concept of Infinity", for which he received an award from the John Templeton Foundation "for publication in the area of Humility Theology." In recent years Hedman has become interested in Jungian psychology, and has written a few articles on the relationship of analytical psychology and the Christian faith. Currently he is investigating archetypal images in Haida totem poles and folklore. He has on-going projects on the Reciprocal Resource Network (RRN), an on-line consortium of museums with Northwest Coast collections.
Bruce Hedman is a member of the International Association for Jungian Studies (IAJS) and the Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism (ARAS).
He and his wife Sandy reside in Mansfield, Connecticut.
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