Forum 2010: Sustainability, Eco-theology and Justice
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Date and Time
Monday, March 22, 2010 – Tuesday, March 30, 2010 from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Mother Rosalie Hill Hall, Warren Auditorium
Faculty participants in the January 2010 travel immersion seminar on Sustainability in the Dominican Republic will present papers generated by the seminar experience.
Monday, March 22 Scheduled Presentations:
What is it Good For: The Need for Value in Environmental Ethics”
Ron Kaufmann, Ph.D., College of Arts and Sciences
Church as Community: Solidarity and Sustainability in El Cercado”
Mary Doak, Ph.D., College of Arts and Sciences
Micro vs. Macro Catholicism”
Andrew Narwold, Ph.D., School of Business Administration
Natural History, the Fall, and the Apocalyptic Imagination: Liberation Ecologies/Theologies for the 21st Century”
Tom Reifer, Ph.D., College of Arts and Sciences
The Taste of Justice: Faith-based Efforts to Support Farmers Using Sustainable Practices”
Sue Lowery, Ph.D., College of Arts and Sciences
Tuesday, March 30, Scheduled Presentations:
"Haitian/Dominican Vodou and Eco-Theology: Some Thoughts from a Tourist"
Colin Fisher, Ph.D., College of Arts and Sciences
"Anthropocentrism and the Status of Animals in Christianity and Hinduism: Some Reflections"
Lance E. Nelson, Ph.D., College of Arts and Sciences
"A Personal Exploration of Catholic Social Teaching and its Links to Sustainability"
Tara L. Ceranic, Ph.D., School of Business Administration
Kristine Ehrich, Ph.D., School of Business Administration
"Stewardship: The Earth as Farm, Park or Machine"
David De Haan, Ph.D., College of Arts and Sciences
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