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 …
A collection of Murray Bookchin’s works has been donated to the Vermont State Libraries in honor of his centennial, along with poster displays at five selected libraries.
The Institute for Social Ecology would like to thank Lincoln Van Sluytman, who is stepping down from our Board of Directors. Since joining the board in 2014, Lincoln’s wisdom, experience, and generosity have enriched our organization and brought important insights and perspectives to our work.
Join us online June 19-24, for our 2020 ISE Intensive – 5 days of exploring social-ecological transformation in theory and practice. Our Intensives are always an inspiring experience of radical education, political strategizing, comradely networking, and utopian visioning – all welcome!
The ISE has had an exciting summer and fall full of events! Our Winter 2019 newsletter showcases our recent and upcoming activities, including the relaunch of Harbinger: A Journal of Social Ecology, our various online courses, info on our next in-person Intensive in June, and updates from our staff and faculty.
Stay tuned for future versions of our online social ecology course, plus several new courses in the works for the 2017-18 academic year!
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.