Abstracts – 2019

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Returning Faith to Knowledge: Earthlings after the Anthropocene
Whitney Bauman, Florida International University

Eating and Being Eaten: Interspecies Vulnerability as Eucharist
Lisa Dahill, California Lutheran Unviersity

The Vulnerable (Post) Modern Self and the “Greening” of Spiritual Personhood Through Life in the Spirit
Mary Frohlich, Catholic Theological Union

The Saving Grace of Latter-Day Green Jeremiads
John Gatta, Sewanee: University of the South

The Problem and Possibility of Novelty in the Anthropocene
George Handley, Brigham Young University

The Sacred Anthropocene: Field Notes from Sanctuary Lab
Willis Jenkins, University of Virginia

Practicing the Virtue of Hopelessness
Timothy Robinson, Brite Divinity School at Texas Christian University

Reading the Book of Nature after Nature
Jacob Sherman, California Institute of Integral Studies

Grief and Vulnerability as Humanistic and Anthropocene Virtues
Lisa Sideris, University of Indiana