Noticias y eventos

Re-wilding and Re-membering Ancestral Ecologies

by russell sparks, thought partnered and collaboratively edited by lara birchler & will scott On the new moon in October 2019, I arrived in indigenous Purhepecha lands in Michoacan, Mexico, on the edge of Lake Patzcuaro.  Twice in the nights leading up to travel, dreams of traditional bowhunting had visited me.  Soon on arrival, a

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Invitation: Let’s Talk Openly about the Livelihoods of Popular Educators

A vulnerable field report and an invitation into collective inquiry – Alan Webb, January 2020 In 2018, I declared a sabbatical from organizing the Open Master’s and Alt*Div communities and became a sojourner—with intention, but with an aching heart.  It was honestly a move born of despair and desperation. Externally, I had a clear story,

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Yatra – “El Rehla” Learning Journey Invitation

Yatra – “El Rehla”  You are kindly invited to El Rehla – a one-week learning journey along Egypt’s North Coast (Mediterranean Sea) via Cairo and the Oasis of Faiyum from March 27th to April 2nd. We will make stops and immerse in the coastal town of Marsa Matruh known for its lagoons and white sand

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El Huerto que Cura (The Healing Garden)

Written by: Andrea González and Juan José Lugo Revised and edited by: Maru Vasco, Sierra Allen, and Alessandra Pomarico Abstract   Along the paths of our lives, we will find many approaches to what seems appropriate, what seems to be what we want, what we can do, how we make a decision, and how we

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Preparing for a Confusing Future: Complexity, Warm Data and Education

By Nora Bateson Editors’ Note: Nora originally published this piece in September 2018 in the World Academy of Arts and Sciences Journal special issue on education. In March 2020, she republished the article with this message, “As we enter this confusing moment of Covid-19 isolation and systems change, it seems to me to be a moment to

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El Huerto que Cura

Escrito por: Andrea González Andino y Juan José Lugo Revisado por: Gerardo López Amaro  Resumen En el camino encontraremos muchos acercamientos a lo que parece adecuado, a lo que parece qué es lo que queremos/podemos hacer. ¿Cómo nos movemos? ¿Qué decisiones tomamos? Todo esto se vincula con las formas de aprender/desaprender nuestras vidas y cómo

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V Ecoversities Planetary Gathering Egypt 2022

اللغة العربية بالأسفل  Español abajo Hello, Salaam, Ahlan, You are invited: Inviting you to step out of the normality and conformity of modern confusion and pollution,  and into the Bedouin tent of dreams for The Fifth Global Gathering of the Ecoversities Alliance.  This is an invitation for you to feel, dance, and speak into the

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Re-imagining Education Conference 2.0

SAVE THE DATE! We are organizing another conference to bring together folks from around the world that are Re-imagining Education. The conference will be held from February 24th – 27th, 2022. Save the date and help spread the word! Conference Website The Re-Imagining Education Conference 2.0 is a space where we will (re)unite with people

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Institutes for Technologies of Reunion

Editors’ note: This essay is a reprint with permission from the author. Charles originally published this essay on his website in 2017.   By Charles Eisenstein When I graduated from high school in 1985, college was the unquestionable next step for an intelligent, middle-class or upper-middle class young person. I entered an elite school not out

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