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Religion and Ecology (Kaza)

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Course Title

Religion and Ecology

   
Instructor(s) Stephanie Kaza
Associate Professor Environmental Program
University of Vermont
   
Discipline

Environmental Studies

   
Subject(s) Religion and Ecology
   
Description

This is a new course reflecting a world-wide interest and movement variously called the “greening of religion”, ecotheology, or ecospirituality. We will explore a wide diversity of sources and traditions, keeping in mind the powerful role religion can play in shaping everyday habits and in addressing moral issues regarding the environment. The course is geared to the introductory level; more materials are available on reserve for those who wish to explore one tradition or approach to ecospirituality in depth.

 

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