Presentations 2022

Presenters

Click on the image of the presenter to read their biography and paper abstract. Presenters are arranged alphabetically, by last name. You can view the conference schedule on the 2022 Conference tab, which archives the order of presentations. Recordings are linked to each individual’s page if available.

César "CJ" Baldelomar

“Seeds Recast: Ecojustice Talk Reimagined”

Natasha Chawla

“Forgotten Seeds: A Poet-Philosopher's Hope”

Tyng-Guang Chu

"A Prophet and a Pontiff in a Globalizing World—The Book of Amos and Laudato Si in Dialogue for Our Times"

Gromyko Dumuje

“Stewardship in Africa in the 21st Century and Beyond: Religion, Ecology and the Challenge of Sacred Responsibility”

Nailah Garard

“Black/Land Ministries”

Erin Hardnett

“On Heaven and the Wilderness: African American Eschatology and the Natural World”

Christopher Hoskins

“Recognizing the Ecological Self in Migration and Pastoral Theology”

Sana Iqbal

“Understanding Satpanthi Ginanic Compositions using an Ecocritical Lens”

Nathan Jowers

“When We Lose What Binds us Here: Hilda Morley and Responding to Extinction”

Zack Kahler

“Washing the Feet of Creation: Reimagining the Politics of Ecological Space through a Christological Transvaluation of Power”

Nissi Karunya

“Greening of Nature in Feminist Writings: A Comparative Study of "When Women Were Birds" by Terry Tempest Williams and "The Hunt" by Mahaswetha Devi”

Gabe LePage

"Cultural Services of Church Land Stewardship: The Stillmeadow Method”

Al Lim

“Bitcoin, A Religion: Ambivalent Sacrality Between Hope and Environmental Degradation”

Jamie Myrose

“'To Dust You Shall Return': Recovering a Biblical, Ecological Spirituality”

Tyler Mark Nelson

“The Sabbath of Trees in Wendell Berry's 'This Day'”

Gilbrian Stoy

“A Cornerstone Rejected: Cistercian Architecture as a Model for Integrated Ecology”

Azadeh Vatanpour

“The Yarsan Environmental Identity: The Preservation and Restoration of the Zagros Mountainous Landscape through Eco-spirituality”

Deanna Zantingh

“Reconciliation is a Radical Ecological Vision of Care: Treaty As Deep Roots for a (Re)new(ed) Social Contract”