A Halftime Report on the American Academy of Religion with Kimberly Carfore

Sam Mickey

In this week's episode of Spotlights, Sam Mickey welcomes Kimberly Carfore, PhD, to the podcast. She is an environmental studies professor at the University of San Francisco and a steering committee member for the Religion and Ecology unit of the American Academy of Religion. Together they reflect  on the first week of AAR's virtual meeting,  which began November 30th and will conclude later this week on December 10. Their discussion focuses specifically on ecologically panels happening at the conference, including panels on animals and race, nature mysticism, eco-theology, Buddhism and animals, the work of the Buddhist activist Joanna Macy, Muslim environmentalisms, and case studies in religion and ecology. 

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An archive of previous episodes can be found here, with audio versions available here