Submitted by Julie West on Tue, 2013/02/26 - 10:22am
Pankaj Jain's book, “Dharma and Ecology of Hindu Communities: Sustenance and Sustainability," examines three communities in India to explain indigenous ecological knowledge systems. Jain is assistant professor of philosophy and religion studies and of anthropology.
Submitted by Keith Brown on Wed, 2011/11/16 - 2:08pm
Robert Froedeman and J. Britt Holbrook, faculty in the Department of Philosophy and Religion Studies, recently met with representatives of the the Centers for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence in Miami.
Submitted by Carolyn Bobo on Fri, 2011/03/18 - 10:36am
Pankaj Jain, assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology and the Department of Philosophy and Religion Studies, is author of "Sustenance and Sustainability: Dharma and Ecology of Hindu Communities."
Submitted by Carolyn Bobo on Fri, 2011/03/18 - 9:56am
Eric Wilson, Thomas H. Pritchard Professor of English at Wake Forest University, will discuss his book about bi-polar disorder, "The Mercy of Eternity: A Memoir of Depression and Grace," at a March 24 lecture.
Submitted by Julie West on Tue, 2010/10/12 - 11:26am
The Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program received second place in the 2010 Raanan Weitz Competition, an annual, worldwide call for proposals on innovative strategies to achieve sustainable development.