Ecosocialist Educational Convergence in Germany

Several social ecologists and friends of the ISE are involved with this upcoming program.  We’re sad that the timing overlaps with our own program in Washington State, but this should be an excellent alternative for people in Europe who are not able to make the trip to the U.S.: Ecosocialist Educational Convergence 28 May – …

By ISE | March 19th, 2018 | Events Archive, Social Ecology Blog | 0 Comments |

2018 ISE Annual Gathering: Aug. 17-19 Marshfield, VT

The Institute for Social Ecology cordially invites you to our 2018 Annual Gathering for a weekend of engaging political discussion, great food, and socializing in Marshfield, Vermont. The gathering is a unique opportunity to renew the Social Ecology community in person, restore old friendships and make new ones, and connect with like-minded people from around …

By ISE | March 17th, 2018 | Article Archive, Events Archive, Social Ecology Blog | 0 Comments |

From our recent intensive in San Francisco

We had a truly exceptional time at our recent social ecology seminar in San Francisco.  Thanks to Michelle Glowa and everyone at the California Institute for Integral Studies who made it possible, and to our incredible class of participants from all across North America and around the world!  You can view the full schedule, and …

By ISE | June 30th, 2017 | Events Archive, Recent News, Social Ecology Blog | 0 Comments |

San Francisco Summer Intensive Program and Courses

2017 ISE Summer Intensive Schedule Sat 6/10 9-10                Introductions and welcoming 10-11:30          Foundations of Social Ecology (Dan Chodorkoff) 11:45-1:15       Philosophy and Politics of Social Ecology (Chaia Heller) Lunch 2:30-4:30         Understanding capitalism and the current crisis (Eddie Yuen & Peter Staudenmaier) 4:45- 6             The Rise of the Right: Making Sense of Populism, Authoritarianism, and Fascism …

By Blair Taylor | June 7th, 2017 | Events Archive | 2 Comments |

16 Year Anniversary of A16 IMF/World Bank Protest – Bringing Democracy Home

ISE faculty and students were key organizers and active participants in the alterglobalization movement. To commemorate the 16th anniversary of the “A16” action in Washington D.C. and the important role played by Social Ecologists in this movement, we’re posting the widely-read Bringing Democracy Home pamphlet that helped give the movement its political flavor. Although written 16 years ago, its insights remain as relevant as ever.

By ISE | April 16th, 2016 | Article Archive, Events Archive, Featured, Social Ecology Blog | 0 Comments |