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Class will run from May 12-June 16, 2022, Thursdays from 1 – 3 PM US Eastern time. Instructors: Grace Gershuny and Brian Tokar, featuring international guests As the world faces …
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The Institute for Social Ecology is seeking a new Program Director to collaborate with our current staff and board. This position includes a combination of educational programming, organizational administration, promotion/outreach, and public …
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On March 25, 2022, the Institute for Social Ecology hosted a discussion with Tom Goldtooth, Executive Director of the Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN) on how climate change and indigenous self-determination …
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This talk by Brian Hioe explores China and left politics today.
In mid-April, the Institute for Social Ecology hosted author Alex Gendler to discuss the Russian war against Ukraine and current left debates on the conflict.
Blair Taylor, the ISE’s former Program Director, was recently featured on National Public Radio’s All Things Considered to discuss ecofascism and right wing ecology.
ISE faculty member and organic farmer/writer/activist Grace Gershuny recently spoke to Cutting the Curd podcast about food, climate change, and social ecology.
Vermont author and co-founder of the Institute for Social Ecology Dan Chodorkoff has a published new novel, Sugaring Down. The book takes place in 1968 and follows the story of an idealistic anti-war activist couple from New York City who move to an abandoned hill farm in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom to start a commune and build a new society.
Review of Ecology Contested: Environmentalism between Left and Right, by Peter Staudenmaier.