News and Events

Interiority Regained: Integral Ecology and Environmental Ethics
03.18.2006 Video

Michael Zimmerman is chair and Professor of Philosophy at Tulane University. His academic specialties include recent German philosophy and environmental philosophy.

Panel Discussion on Ethics, Values, and the Environment
03.18.2006 Video

A discussion with all six speakers at the Ethics, Values, and the Environment conference.

Ethics, Values, and the Environment Conference Welcome and Introduction
03.18.2006 Video

Daniel Schrag is Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Harvard University and director of the Harvard University Center for the Environment.

Nature, Liberty, and Equality
03.18.2006 Video

Donald Worster is Joyce and Elizabeth Hall Professor of History at the University of Kansas.

Touching the Depth of Things: Cultivating Nature in East Asia
03.18.2006 Video

Presented at the Ethics, Values, and the Environment conference.

Denaturing Earth: The Ground and Groundlessness of Ecofeminist Theology
02.16.2006 Audio

Catherine Keller, Professor of Constructive Theology, Drew University Theological School, spoke at a CSWR luncheon seminar, and Ann Braude, Senior Lecturer on American Religious History and...

Connected Places: Religious Geography and Regional Consciousness in Maharashtra
12.08.2005 Audio

Anne Feldhaus, Professor of Religious Studies, Arizona University, presented this seminar talk, which was followed by a response from Diana Eck, Professor of Comparative Religion and Indian...

Centering the Cosmos: Humanity and Space in Early China
11.10.2005 Audio

Michael James Puett, Professor of Chinese History at Harvard University, spoke in the 2005-06 CSWR luncheon seminar series "Religion, Place, and the Environment."

Wheel of Life Mandala
10.04.2005 Video

The Venerable Losang Samten, founder of the Tibetan Buddhist Center of Philadelphia, constructed a Tibetan sand mandala in the CSWR Common Room from October 24 to October 28, 2005.

A Venerable Mission Fine-tuned
04.29.2005 News Story

Since its founding, the CSWR has been at the forefront of promoting the sympathetic study and understanding of world religions.