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Friday, February 9 • 1:30pm - 2:55pm
Making the Invisible Visible: Race, Environment and Embodied Knowing

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Socio-political and ecological crises and racial and gender-based oppression can very often become internalized in our bodies as forms of trauma – physical, psychological and emotional. We’ll explore how to work to understand and begin to address these deep traumas within ourselves and in our work with others. With educators at Naropa University Jeanine Canty, Ph.D., editor of Ecological and Social Healing: Multicultural Women’s Voices, and Ramon Parish

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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 →
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Ramon Parish

Assistant Professor of interdisciplinary studies, Naropa and Movement Strategy Center
Ramon Gabrieloff-Parish serves as an assistant professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at Naropa University. His scholarly, contemplative, creative and community interests range from rites of passage, embodiment, creative ceremony, food and environmental justice, counter-cultural histories... Read More →


Friday February 9, 2018 1:30pm - 2:55pm MST
SEEC N128