Posts Tagged ‘religion and ecology’

Now that Laudato Si, the Papal Encyclical “On Care for Our Common Home,” is available for all to read, the punditocracy can debate it to their hearts’ content. As the most far-reaching statement by the single largest (relatively united) religious denomination¬†on the planet, it is likely to have an immense impact on global conversations around […]

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Nature & the Popular Imagination

I’m helping to organize this conference. Nature, Hollywood, eco-apocalypse, and the Malibu coast (the one that Mike Davis says we should let burn)… Can you resist? NATURE & THE POPULAR IMAGINATION The Fifth International Conference of the International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture 8-11 August 2010, Pepperdine University, Malibu, California (USA) […]

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I’m reorganizing the piece I wrote for the School of Advanced Research workshop on science, nature, and religion so that part of it will fit into the introduction of the book we are producing (which I’m co-writing with the workshop organizer and chair, Catherine Tucker) and the rest will make up the book’s concluding chapter. […]

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