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What are your SMART innovation interests?
social and ecological justice
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American Anthropological Association
InnovatingSMART
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Education
BA Sociology (KU)
BA Germanic Languages and Literatures (KU)
MA Cultural Anthropology and Social Transformation (CIIS)

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Reading into Things

I’ll admit it.  I like reading.  In fact, at some level, you could say I’m addicted to information.  Books, magazines, newspapers, electronic publications … even TV and movies (especially documentaries) have their place in the data sieve that is my mind.

Maybe it’s that I find understanding complexity as ordered to be intrinsically gratifying. 

One of the books I’m in the midst of currently is…

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Posted on April 20, 2011 at 12:00am

Sink and Source: Facing Limits of Capacity

For too long we in the US have lived the delusions of exceptionalism.  Having dreamed from early on that it was our birthright, nay our DESTINY, to seize control over this continent from sea to shining sea, this inheritance of and heritage to the enlightenment rationality that located humanity (or more specifically White Anglo Men) as somehow separate from and hierarchically superior to Nature (and other Mothers, as well) has brought us to loggerheads…

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Posted on March 15, 2011 at 11:30pm

Where do we go from here?

The world seems to be moving faster than ever. Already nearly a decade into the new century our leaders seem either oblivious or willfully neglectful towards the need to address the realities of global warming and climate change.

 

With stymied and unproductive summits at Copenhagen (2009) and…

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Posted on January 11, 2011 at 10:00pm

Sustainable Development?

Times were when we were exhorted to save the earth; but, truth be told: the planet will survive. It is, indeed, much more our own existence that is in need of saving.



Where are we now? How have we arrived here? What practices must we continue? Which can we change?What practices will we create newly? How? And what resistances might we meet and which alliances might we forge along the ways? …



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Posted on October 19, 2010 at 1:30pm

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