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Learn about Synapse: Creating Connections Short Course

OASES June Breakfast – Connecting ways of knowing OASES Graduate School Breakfast Series 2015 ‘Aha’, the spark of enlightenment in a moment when everything makes sense! Such bridging moments were described by James Joyce as ‘aesthetic arrest’. New predicaments need … Continue reading

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A short course – Synapse: Creating Connections

Synapse – Creating Connections An aesthetic experience is the spark of enlightenment or connection in an ‘aha’ moment when things make sense and everything becomes clear! Such a bridging moment has been described by James Joyce as ‘aesthetic arrest’. This … Continue reading

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Climarte 2015

See the Climarte YouTube

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two different ways of working that we need to combine…

We need to combine different ways of doing things to navigate effectively in these uncertain times with for example climate change, environmental damage and the reactions of people to these changes – large scale movements of refugees: the planned ways … Continue reading

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Sustainability or the ability to sustain?

The word sustainability has the sense that there is an end point. If instead sustainability is changed into the phrase ‘the ability to sustain’ it becomes a capability. Some thing that we can work towards developing. What is it though that … Continue reading

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The Empathic Civilisation

See this YouTube video – an insightful walk through history and some recognition of what could be – an empathic civilisation….happy viewing

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What has being female got to do with living sustainably?

This presentation draws on newer understandings of what it is to be female, particularly dealing with change and the different responses that women have in their ‘tool-kit’ – for example tend-and-befriend as well as fight-or-flight. In the presentation I have … Continue reading

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