Walking Between Worlds: Keys to Ecological Healing
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Embracing the ecological and social crisis provides opportunity to enlarge our perspectives in a way that aligns with larger systems of life opening one up to what has been called the multicultural self, the ecological self, or the self-transforming self. These concepts demonstrate that when a person can navigate more than one worldview or identity, one is more resilient and responsive. This talk will identify six qualities of people who are shifting to a resilient worldview and explore expanded concepts of self.
Core Associate Professor, Environmental Studies, Naropa University
Jeanine M. Canty, Ph.D. is a core faculty member at Naropa University in Boulder, CO. A lover of nature, justice, and contemplative practice, Jeanine teaches courses in Ecopsychology, Deep Ecology, Multicultural Perspectives for Environmental Leaders and an 8-day Wilderness solo, teaching in both the Environmental Studies and MA in Environmental Leadership programs. Her work intersects issues of social and ecological justice and she is very interested in the process individuals go through to... Read More →
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