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On-site registration will be available starting on Friday, October 23 at 12:00pm in the lobby of the Humanities Building.
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Friday, October 23 • 10:00am - 12:00pm
Making the Invisible Visible: Race, Environment and Embodied Knowledge

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Within this workshop, led by Jeanine Canty and Ramon Parish, we will explore the connections between race, environment and what we choose to see and not see based on our collective and individual framings. We will probe the linkage between social and ecological challenges, our levels of consciousness surrounding these, dynamics of denial, and using our bodies to engage the issues. The workshop will include some lecture and will be highly experiential. Participants should wear comfortable clothing and be prepared to experience emotionally challenging content through dialogue and movement. Advance registration requested.  Advance registration required for field trips and workshop intensives.  Pre-register by October 20th.  First-come, first-serve.  Limited capacity.  REGISTRATION IS CLOSED

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Jeanine Canty

Core Professor and Chair, Environmental Studies, Naropa University
Jeanine Canty, PhD, professor and chair, Environmental Studies BA and MA Resilient Leadership programs, Naropa University. Jeanine M. Canty, PhD, is a professor and chair of the Environmental Studies Department at Naropa University, a Buddhist inspired institution. A lover of nature... Read More →

Ramon Parish

Naropa University
Ramon Parish, an environmental and interdisciplinary instructor at Naropa University, combines embodiment, mindfulness, deep listening and creative ceremony in his pedagogy. He is also committed to the revival of rites of passage and coming of age ceremonies through initiatives such... Read More →

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