Dr. Sean McGrath in conversation with Professor Graham Parkes on Environmentalism and the Death of Nature 9 December 2014 A native of Glasgow, Graham Parkes taught Asian and comparative philosophy at the University of Hawaii for almost thirty years before moving to University College Cork, in Ireland, in July 2008. He is currently a Professorial Read more about Professor Graham Parkes[…]
Professor Jens Soentgen on the Anthropocene 29 November 2014 Environmental Science, Augsburg U. Jens Soentgen is trained in both natural scientific and phenomenological methods and now serves as the director of the Wissenschaftszentrums Umwelt at the University of Augsburg [http://www.wzu.uni-augsburg.de/team/vorstand/soentgen/]
Dr. Iain Hamilton Grant on the Anthropocene 29 November 2014 Iain Hamilton Grant is a senior lecturer at the University of the West of England in Bristol, United Kingdom. His research interests include ontology, European philosophy, German Idealism (especially Schelling), and both contemporary and historical philosophy of nature
Professor Jason Wirth on the Anthropocene 28 November 2014 Jason Wirth is a professor of philosophy at Seattle University. A researcher and well-known author in Continental Philosophy, Wirth is also a practicing Zen priest.