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For Our Common Home: Authors in Dialogue over Laudato Si' Conference


Date: 

Friday, April 1, 2016 - 8:30am to Saturday, April 2, 2016 - 5:30pm

Location: 

Claremont School of Theology, Butler 201

Event Description: 

Presenters are contributors to For Our Common Home: Process-Relational Responses to Laudato Si’ (Process Century Press, 2015).Topics include Commentary on and Reception of the Encyclical, Elements of an Integral Ecology, Multi-Faith and Multi-Cultural Responses, What Now?, and The Call Forward.
Tickets are $29 per person and can be purchased here: 

http://www.ctr4process.org/ 

Speakers Friday, April 1, 2016 John B, Cobb, Jr. Co-Editor of For Our Common Home
Brian Henning (skype), Stewardship and the Roots of the Ecological Crisis   
Dan Dombrowski, A Liberal, Catholic Response
Catherine Keller (skype), Encycling: One Feminist Theological Response
Rosemary Radford Ruether, Pope Francis’ Encyclical on Care for Creation
Tim Eastman (skype), Positive Solutions from a Plasma Physicist
Philip Clayton, Go Thou and Do Likewise
Mark Dibben, Management and the Care for Our Common Home
Vern Visick, Some Reflections on Laudato Si’
Chris Daniels (skype), Indigenous Wisdom and Pope Francis’ Encyclical Letter
Lourdes Arguelles, Catholic and Buddhist Perspectives


Speakers Saturday, April 2, 2016 David Ray Griffin, Protecting Our Common, Sacred Home: Pope Francis and Process Thought
Mary Evelyn Tucker (skype), Climate Change Brings Moral Change
Joseph Prabhu, The Game Changer in the Vatican
Barbara Muraca (skype), Care for our Common Home and the Degrowth Movement: A Message of Radical Transformation
John Quiring, Dialogue Between Paradigms (Anthropocentric/Biocentric, Technocratic/Ecospiritual)
Ron Phipps, Integral Ecology and China
Zhihe Wang and Meijun Fan, Hope Lies in Change
Sherri Kling, An Aesthetic Revolution of Love
Bonnie Tarwater, At the Bedside of Mother Earth
Ignacio Castuera, Co-editor of For Our Common Home
James Conn, A Change in the Climate of Climate Change?