Apocalyptic Narratives & Climate Change

Events

Events

Religion and its relationship to the environment and climate change is a topic of deep historical and contemporary significance and cuts across a wide variety of fields, projects and topics. The initiative captures that range of interest by developing specific events and promoting other events related to its work.

JAN 2021
Laid Bare: Sacred Earth
With Mary Evelyn Tucker, Hava Tirosh-Samuelson, and Craig Calhoun

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OCT 2020
Pandemic Reattunements: Thinking and Acting with Planetary Times 
With Whitney Bauman & Gaymon Bennett

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OCT 2020
Fragile Earth and the Sacred: From Rachel Carson to Earth 2.0 
With Lisa Sideres & Hava Tirosh-Samuelson

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FEB 2020
Who, What, Where, Why and When? Understanding the Religious and Political Origins of Evangelical Climate Change Skepticism 
With Robin Veldman

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OCT 2019
Apocalyptic Visions: Telling the Story of Our Climate Future 
With Earl Swift, Tracy Fessenden, & Steven Beschloss

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OCT 2019
Religion, Media and Climate Change: What’s the Story? 
With Ben Ehrenreich, Tulasi Srinivas, & Jeffrey Cohen

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APR 2018
War in a Warming World
With Mark Douglas

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