Sixth annual Graduate Conference in Religion and Ecology probes interdisciplinary issues

February 25, 2022

Co-hosted by Yale Divinity School and the Yale School of the Environment, this year’s Graduate Conference in Religion and Ecology addressed the theme of “New Seeds, Strong Roots: Environmental Hope, Healing, and Restoration.” Melanie Harris, professor of Black feminist thought and womanist theology at Wake Forest University, gave the keynote, followed by student presentations and a panel with Rabbi Shoshana Meira Friedman, Medicine Woman Melissa Tantaquidgeon Zobel of the Mohegan Nation, and Imam Saffet Catovic. Read more on the conference’s official website.

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