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 …
We had a superbly successful Social Ecology Summer Intensive June 8-13, 2018 at the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action in Poulsbo, Washington. Stay tuned this coming winter for announcements of our 2019 Intensives, tentatively planned for both Vermont and British Columbia!
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 …
In 2017 we had our best-attended and most wide-ranging gathering to date. An account of our latest summer gathering will be posted soon.
Theme is “Linking Protest and Social Transformation: Social Ecology and the Future of Our Movements,” and sessions will be held at the California Institute for Integral Studies.
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.
Join the ISE for our annual summer gathering in Vermont. This year’s theme: Social Ecology, Socialism, and the State. How can we move from protest to social transformation?