4/4/11


Deep Dialogues Monday April 4th
Capitalism and Alternative Economic Models
Landis House @ Dickinson College, 5:00pm-6:30pm
Food: Susannah Bartlow

Conversation Topic: Capitalism-is it oppressive? Why? Are there other feasible alternatives? Is there an ideal reformed version of capitalism that could work better? Please watch this movie if you would like to prepare for Monday’s discussion.  Or just bring yourself! “Capitalism: A Love Story” -a film by Michael Moore
If others have resources Capitalism that they would like to share, please post them to the blog or share here.  blogs.dickinson.edu/ecofeminism
Thank you all so much for a fantastic conversation this week after a two week hiatus – our discussion about the role of “violent/destructive” roles in the revolution, ZapatistasThe Weather Underground, and EarthFirst! was inspiring, challenging, and as always, revolutionarily awesome.
Thanks and see you at Landis House next week!

Sarah Brylinsky

Sustainability Education Coordinator

The Center for Sustainability Education
Dickinson College

Carlisle, PA 17013
Tel: 717.245.1117
brylinss@dickinson.edu

———
“Ecology is permanent economy.” – Sunderlal Bahuguna, Gandhian activist and philosopher

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  1. #1 by Ross Wolfe on April 5, 2011 - 3:56 pm

    Recently I wrote a blog entry offering a leftist critique of the ideology of “Green” environmentalism, deep ecology, eco-feminism, and lifestyle politics in general (veganism, “dumpster diving,” “buying organic,” “locavorism,” etc.). I’d be interested to hear your thoughts on the matter and any responses you might have to its criticisms.

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