Oneness and Ecology
NYU’s Institute for Public Knowledge, the Center on Modernity in Transition, and the Rock Ethics Institute invite you to a discussion in the series “The New Discourse on Oneness.” This will be a completely virtual event. Please register for the event here.
Mary Evelyn Tucker is co-director of the Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology and affiliated faculty with the Yale Center for Environmental Justice at the Yale School of the Environment. Her books include The Philosophy of Qi (Columbia), Worldly Wonder: Religions Enter Their Ecological Phase (Open Court Press) and Ecology and Religion (Island Press). Along with her husband and colleague John Grim, she has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Society for Religion, Nature, and Culture.
Norman Wirzba is Gilbert T. Rowe Distinguished Professor of Christian Theology and Senior Fellow for the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University. He is the author of This Sacred Life: Humanity’s Place in a Wounded World (Cambridge University Press) and Agrarian Spirit: Cultivating Faith, Community, and the Land (University of Notre Dame Press).
Shahrzad Sabet is Co-Director of the Center on Modernity in Transition (COMIT) and a Fellow at New York University’s Institute for Public Knowledge. Her current book project, which spans a variety of disciplines, makes the case for a reimagined universalism that reconciles the oneness and the diversity of humankind.
Benjamin Schewel is Co-Director of the Center on Modernity in Transition (COMIT). He is author of Seven Ways of Looking at Religion (2017) and is currently working on a second book, Encountering the Axial Age, both from Yale University Press.