2019 Abrahamic Workshop Interview with John Grim
University of Connecticut/U Conn Global Affairs
John Grim is a codirector of the Forum on Ecology and Religion at Yale University in the United States. He discusses Abrahamic traditions and environmental change in the MENA region after attending a workshop in June 2019 cohosted by The University of Connecticut, Al Akhawayn University, and The Forum on Religion and Ecology at Yale.
2019 Abrahamic Workshop Interview with Mary Evelyn Tucker
University of Connecticut/U Conn Global Affairs
Mary Evelyn Tucker is a codirector of the Forum on Ecology and Religion at Yale University in the United States. She discusses Abrahamic traditions and environmental change in the MENA region after attending a workshop in June 2019 cohosted by The University of Connecticut, Al Akhawayn University, and The Forum on Religion and Ecology at Yale.
Mary Evelyn Tucker in Conversation with Michael Lerner: Thomas Berry: A Biography
Interviewer: Michael Lerner, The New School
Geography of Hope Series
Hosted by The New School Commonweal, Black Mountain Circle, and Point Reyes Books
May 3, 2019
Co-Presented with Black Mountain Circle and Point Reyes Books as part of the Geography of Hope Series of Events. Join TNS Host Michael Lerner in another conversation with Mary Evelyn Tucker, whose new book, Thomas Berry: A Biography is due at bookstores in May. Written by Mary Evelyn with co-authors John Grim and Andrew Angyal, the book is the first biography of Thomas Berry, illuminating his remarkable vision and showing the ongoing significance of Berry’s conception of human interdependence with the Earth within the unfolding journey of the universe.
Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim on Religions and Environmentalism
Interviewer: Bettina Gray
Spiritual Resources Series
April 18, 2018
Bettina Gray interviews scholars Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim on the intersection of ecology and religious practice. Tucker and Grim are co-founders and co-directors of the Forum on Religion and Ecology at Yale University.
”Living within a Universe Story”
Mary Evelyn Tucker in conversation with Michael Lerner
The New School at Commonweal, Bolinas, CA, USA
March 19, 2018
We are being called to a new mode of being human in the age of the Anthropocene. We are discovering our role within a vast evolving universe that gave birth to us and that orients and grounds us. We are seeking ways to nurture ourselves and the life community in an age of disruption and diminishment. Journey of the Universe narrates the epic story of the unfolding of the Universe, Earth, and humans over billions of years. Our discussion will explore this Emmy Award winning film, book, and conversation series that can inspire transformative and healing change for a flourishing future. Join TNS Host Michael Lerner in conversation with Yale Professor Mary Evelyn Tucker about the significance of our universe story in the environmental and social challenges of our times.
“The Earth, the City, and the Hidden Narrative of Race”
Carl Anthony in conversation with Dr. Mary Evelyn Tucker
Third Annual “Religion & Ecology Summit”
California Institute of Integral Studies
March 16, 2018
The Earth, the City, and the Hidden Narrative of Race connects the logics behind slavery, community disinvestment, and environmental exploitation to address the most pressing issues of our time in a cohesive and foundational manner. Most books dealing with these topics and periods silo issues apart from one another, but this book contextualizes the connections between social movements and issues, providing tremendous insight into successful movement building. Anthony’s rich narrative describes both being at the mercy of racism, urban disinvestment, and environmental injustice as well as fighting against these forces with a variety of strategies.
Interview with Prof. Dr. John Grim & Prof. Dr. Mary Evelyn Tucker
Interviewer: Till Weyers, Project Referee, Federation of German Scientists
September 14, 2016
Drs. Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim reflect on the implications of Laudato Si for the global environmental movement. For Tucker and Grim, the papal encyclical is a powerful moral statement that links the suffering of the poor with the plight of the Earth.
Taped at the Parliament of the World’s Religions
Mary Evelyn Tucker discusses why she believes religion needs to play a greater role in discussions about the environment.
“Compassion in Action — Buddhism and the Environment: A Conversation with the 17th Karmapa”
Interview by Mary Evelyn Tucker and Andrew Quintman
April 7, 2015
Drs. Mary Evelyn Tucker and Andrew Quintman interview His Holiness the 17th Karmapa of the Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism. The Karmapa encourages people to recognize the interconnectedness of all life forms, an awareness that can bridge knowledge with actions that protect the integrity of nature.
Yale 2013 Chubb Lecture with Wendell Berry
Interview by Mary Evelyn Tucker and Jeff Brenzel
December 7, 2013
Poet, novelist, philosopher, environmental activist, cultural critic, and farmer Wendell Berry presented the Chubb Fellowship Lecture as a guest of Timothy Dwight College and the Yale Sustainable Food Project (YSFP), followed by a public conversation led by Mary Evelyn Tucker and Jeff Brenzel.
Global Oneness Project Interview with Mary Evelyn Tucker
June 11, 2013
In this complete interview, author and scholar Mary Evelyn Tucker reveals that humanity is currently at a crossroads integrating science and cosmology. She explains that we need to take all the knowledge and information we have learned from science and ground it in a renewed relationship to the earth, which is inherently spiritual. Only then, says Tucker, will we find real solutions to the current issues of our time.
Conversation with Gary Snyder, 2011 AAR Religion and the Arts Award Winner
Mary Evelyn Tucker, Yale University, Presiding
American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting
San Francisco, CA
November 20, 2011
Panelists: Gary Snyder, University of California, Davis Christopher Patrick Parr, Webster University Bron Taylor, University of Florida Christopher Ives, Stonehill College
Dr. Earle and Dr. Tucker Discussion
AASHE 2010 Conference
August 11, 2010
Mitchell Thomashow moderates a discussion between Dr. Mary Evelyn Tucker and Dr. Sylvia Earle at AASHE’s 2010 conference.
Interviewer: Leslie Harrison, PeaceCasters
Dr. Mary Evelyn Tucker: Ecology & Religion
Filmed at the Parliament of the World’s Religions, Barcelona
July 10, 2004
Professor Mary Evelyn Tucker talks about the role religions can play in addressing the ecological problems of our time. Although all major religious traditions predate our modern awareness of the environmental situation, many are strongly rooted in humanitys dependency on natural cycles and the seasons. Here, Tucker explains how religions are reawakening this sense of connectedness to nature and gives encouraging examples of how eco-activism is emerging across the religious spectrum.
Mary Evelyn Tucker at the Parliament of the World’s Religions
Interviewer: Carter Phipps, EnlightenNext magazine
Carter Phipps of EnlightenNext magazine asks Mary Evelyn Tucker about the future of religion and spirituality