Visiting Speakers in 2000


Ithamar Gruenwald

Department of Jewish Philosophy

University of Tel Aviv

February 4, 2000

Mysticism and the
Jewish Tradition

Clifford E. Knapp

Curriculum and Instruction Department

Northern Illinois University

March 22, 2000

Using Outdoor Experiences and Reflection to Learn about Nature and to Form an Environmental Ethic


Mick Smith


Department of Social and Health Sciences

University of Abertay Dundee

March 29, 2000

Environmental Anamnesis: Walter Benjamin and the Ethics of Extinction


Rachelle Hollander

Societal Dimensions of Engineering,
Science, and Technology

National Science Foundation

April 6 , 2000

Social Genomics and the Politics
of Food Choice

April 8, 2000

Funding Opportunities in Philosophy
and the Environmental Sciences



Robert Frodeman

INCLUDE, U.S. Geological Survey

University of Colorado

April 7, 2000

The Philosophy of (Field) Science

Cathleen May

Science and Outreach

Geological Society of America

April 7, 2000

Gonzo Geology: Aspiring to Wisdom

Christine Turner

INCLUDE

U.S. Geological Survey

April 8, 2000

The Contribution of the Earth
Sciences to the Common Good

Dan Sarewitz

Columbia University

April 8, 2000

Prediction, Democracy, and
the Dangers of Relevance

Andrew Light

Environmental Studies

SUNY, Binghamton

New York University

April 8, 2000

The Urban Blindspot in
Environmental Ethics

John van Buren

Department of Philosophy

Fordham University

April 9, 2000

Continental Philosophy
and the Earth Sciences

Donald Brown

Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection

April 9, 2000

Learning from Yucca Mountain

Marti Kheel

Graduate Theological Union

April 18, 2000

Non-Human Animals in Nature Ethics: Reflections on Past and Future Directions

Tom Nenon

Department of Philosophy

University of Memphis

April 22, 2000

The Issue for Thinking and Its Limits

Heidegger 2000 Conference

Robert Hood

Department of Philosophy

Middle Tennessee State University

April 28, 2000

Priorities in Ecosystem Health:
A Public Goods Approach

Kieran Suckling

Center for Biodiversity

May 1, 2000

Apocalypse Now: On the Biological
and Linguistic Diversity Crisis

Anne Waters

Texas Woman's University

October 12, 2000

A Prelude to an
American Indian Identity

Tom Birch

University of Montana

October 16, 2000

Preservation, Principles, and the
Riverbed of Practical Thought

Greta Gaard

Western Washington University

November 3, 2000

Ecofeminism and Literature

Women, Water, and Energy: An Ecofeminist Approach

Sue Watts

University of Texas, El Paso

November 7, 2000

Rio Grande: Living River
or Dead Ditch?

Anthony Weston

Elon College

November 28-29, 2000

Deschooling Environmental Education

Ethics on the Edge: Reimagining Environmental Ethics

David Wood

Vanderbilt University

December 1, 2000

What is Eco-Phenomenology




 

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