BARBARA MARX HUBBARD PUBLIC LECTURE AND WORKSHOP—FEBRUARY 21‐ 22, 2014, UNITED CHURCH OF CHAPEL HILL
World renowned futurist and social visionary Barbara Marx Hubbard will be giving a public lecture on Friday, February 21, 2014, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at United Church of Chapel Hill followed by a full day workshop on Saturday, February 22, 2014, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at the same location. The event is co‐sponsored by the Center for Ecozoic Societies, the Fenwick Foundation, Pickards Mountain Eco‐Institute, and United Church of Chapel Hill. Read More and Register Now!
COLLOQUIUM ON THE WORK OF THOMAS BERRY: DEVELOPMENT, DIFFERENCE, IMPORTANCE, APPLICATIONS – MAY 28‐30, 2014, UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL
This event is sponsored by Center for Ecozoic Societies and Carolina Seminars of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC‐CH).
The colloquium will
- Review Thomas Berry’s ideas critically
- Assess his contributions to particular domains
- Establish conversations between Berry’s work and other fields or thinkers
- Analyze the relevance and potential applications of his work
- Develop his concepts of the Ecozoic Era and ecozoic societies or civilizations
See the Call for Papers posted here.
If you would like to participate in planning this conference, contact firstname.lastname@example.org . You may also submit a poem, story, music or art related to the colloquium topics. This colloquium will have an academic format though it is for professional academics and others who wish to make presentations. In addition, we anticipate that people who wish to attend the colloquium but not make presentations will be able to attend.
CONFERENCE ON THOMAS BERRY’S GREAT WORK NOW – MAY 30‐JUNE 1, 2014, CAMP NEW HOPE, CHAPEL HILL.
CES in association with other groups will host a conference at Camp New Hope, outside of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, on “Thomas Berry’s Great Work Now.” We hope the conference will introduce Thomas Berry to those new to his work—especially young people, while also nurturing people of long acquaintance. Through lectures and workshops we will provide introductions to Thomas’s work. In addition, there will be workshops on the Great Work in
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action—architecture, art, farming, energy, body‐work, plant medicine, meditation are only a few of those planned.
Registration for the conference will begin in January 2014, as activities and times are ready to be announced. Please contact us if your organization would like to co‐sponsor the event or if you would like to serve on the organizing committee or conduct a workshop. Write us at email@example.com.