Climate Justice: Theology and Action in Relationship
New GTU Intersession Course
This intensive seminar course will use methodologies of Christian ethics and interaction with climate justice activists to examine: 1) the climate crisis as a moral matter in relationship to various forms of structural injustice including injustice grounded in race/ethnicity, class, and colonialism, and 2) pathways for addressing the climate crisis with hope. Special attention will be given to global–local connections and perspectives from marginalized communities. Methodological resources include liberation ethics, Earth ethics, post-colonial perspectives, eco-feminist perspectives, and eco-hermeneutics. The course involves reading, writing, collaborative knowledge building, and discussion. The informing undercurrent of the course is the quest for hope and moral-spiritual agency in the face of seemingly insurmountable obstacles.
Dates: Monday-Friday, January 8-19
Location: CDSP, 2451 Ridge Road, Berkeley, CA 94709
Instructor: Cynthia Moe-Lobeda
GTU PhD students: Doctoral students for whom January tuition is a problem may contact Professor Moe-Lobeda regarding registration for the course.
This course is also open to both GTU students and members of the non-GTU community for continuing education units.
Sponsored ByPLTS and CDSP