|Present||Assistant Professor, University of Washington Tacoma ‐ School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences|
- TIAS 504 Values in Action
- T PHIL 544 Biomedical Ethics
- T PHIL 456 Environmental Ethics
- T RELIG 350 Philosophy, Religion and the Environment
- T RELIG 321 Comparative Religion
|2004||M.A., Colorado State University ‐ Philosophy (Bioethics)|
|1998||Ph.D, University of Bristol ‐ Comparative Religion|
|1994||M.A., University of Bristol ‐ Religion in the Contemporary World|
|1992||B.A., University of Exeter ‐ English Literature|
Bridging the Interdisciplinary Divide: Co-Advancing the Pedagogy of Environmental Justice ...
Interdisciplinary Environmental Review (2015)
Opportunities to advance environmental justice and sustainability pedagogy in academic settings are challenged by: 1) the balkanisation of such conceptions ...
Book Chapters (4)
Contribution to Book
A Meeting of Minds in Cyberspace: Eco-contemplative Methods for Online ...
Meditation and the Classroom: Contemplative Pedagogy for Religious Studies (2011)
"Meditation and the Classroom" inventively articulates how educators can use meditation to educate the whole student. Notably, a number of ...