Sigurd Bergmann and Transdisciplinary Eco-Theology

Sam Mickey

This episode of Spotlights features Sigurd Bergmann, PhD, professor emeritus in the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, and founding contributor to the European Forum for the Study of Religion and the Environment. He discusses his transdisciplinary approach to eco-theology and the study of religion and ecology, taking a global perspective and crossing disciplinary fields of art, architecture, ethics, religion, and the environment. He also discusses some of his many books, including Weather, Religion and Climate Change (2021), Religion, Materialism and Ecology (2023, edited with Kate Rigby and Peter Manley Scott), and Sweden’s Pandemic Experiment (2023, edited with Martin Lindström), which is available to download free (open access) from the publisher's website here.

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