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Healing Earth: A Dialogue about the Nature of Living Diversity

Healing Earth: A Dialogue about the Nature of Living Diversity organised by Flourishing Diversity and Tapestry Institute.

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Healing Earth: A Dialogue about the Nature of Living Diversity

7:00pm ‐ 8:00pm
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Healing Earth: A Dialogue about the Nature of Living Diversity, organised by Flourishing Diversity and Tapestry Institute.

Friday 17 June 7 - 8pm GMT+1.

This is a FREE ticketed Zoom webinar hosted as part of the Festival of Nature 2022. The Zoom link will be available to join before the event starts.

About the event:

Jerome Lewis, Flourishing Diversity Co-Founder and Anthropologist, invites you to join an open dialogue with Choctaw scientist Dawn Hill Adams of Tapestry Institute, to explore some of the ways biocultural diversity serves systems in desperate need of healing.

This live dialogue invites attendees into an Indigenous way of thinking and being that perceives no gap between humans and nature, or between spirit and matter, but that instead emphasises living relationships of many different kinds as the ground state from which life, renewal, and healing emerge.

About the speakers:

Jerome Lewis is the Co-founder of Flourishing Diversity. An associate professor at UCL, Jerome's fieldwork with hunter-gatherers of Central Africa began in 1993. Jerome studied the radically egalitarian politics and economics of these societies, focusing on their conceptualizations of the forest and how they manage its abundance through taboo, myth, ritual, music, and dance.

Dawn Hill Adams, Ph.D., an enrolled citizen of the Choctaw Nation, founded Tapestry Institute in 1998 to develop and carry out research and education programs that advance Indigenous Knowledge. She has been awarded five National Science Foundation grants, is a scientific illustrator and registered Choctaw artist, and a speaker and writer. Her advanced degrees are in evolutionary theory, paleobiology, and ecology, from the University of California Berkeley and the University of Kansas.

This event is taking place as part of the Festival of Nature 10-18 June 2022, check out the rest of the programme: https://www.bnhc.org.uk/festival-of-nature/

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