Several new and/or previously unavailable pieces, primarily from social ecologist Brian Tokar, have been added to our Article Archive on our website. Brian Tokar’s articles: https://social-ecology.org/wp/author/brian-tokar/ We’d also like to take this opportunity to invite alumni of the ISE’s programming to send us an update as to where you are and what you are up […]
Lectures, readings, and workshops upcoming The Institute for Social Ecology is is proud to announce the release of Beverly Naidus’ latest title, “Arts for Change.” Additionally, the ISE would like to call attention to several lectures, readings, and workshops featuring Beverly that are set for May and June of 2009. (Please see below) OFFICIAL PRESS […]
Previously unavailable works by social ecologists Peter Staudenmaier, Ben Grosscup, and Karl Hardy covering a broad range of topics can now be accessed in the Institute for Social Ecology’s website Article Archive. Staudenmaier’s pieces include his critical historical essays on anthroposophy, his participation in Left debates over Kosovo, and his involvement in a “Social Ecology […]
The Institute for Social Ecology is proud to unveil its newly re-designed website! Check back often for regularly updated content in the form of articles, essays, events, and multimedia content. Please let us know (email info [at] social-ecology [dot] org) if you come across any broken links or other kinks we may have missed in […]
The following are a series of personal testimonials sent to the ISE in August 2006 marking the passing of Murray Bookchin. Contributors include Howard Zinn, Patrick Leahy, Mark Roseland, Gabriel Kolko, Peter Berg, and many others.