All posts tagged Religion

A large red metal sign, shot from below against a cloudy sky. The title reads "Massacre of Wounded Knee," with the word "Massacre" carved onto a panel added to the top of the sign.

A History Buried at Wounded Knee: A Conversation with Louis Warren

A new history of the Ghost Dance shows Native Americans preparing to live within industrial capitalism and impoverished landscapes without succumbing to assimilation.

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Seven Ways of Looking at an Eclipse

We know the effects total solar eclipses have on birds, squirrels, and spiders. But what do they do to people?

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The Shape of Hope

Fishing provides the opportunity to reconsider the grounds for hope in this time of the Anthropocene.

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Tales from Planet Earth Returns to Explore Belief, Environment, and Social Justice

With the Tales from Planet Earth film festival only days away, its organizers explore the festival theme “belief” by highlighting what audiences can anticipate.

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Drip Torch Weddings and Environmental Rituals

Devising a fire ritual for a friend’s wedding inspires one author to consider how environmental rituals connect sacred and ordinary parts of our lives.

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Edgy Stuff: July 2015 Recommendations

July 2015 recommendations from the Edge Effects editorial board.

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Praying for Forgiveness: Religious Ethics of Sustainability in Muslim Indonesia

In the world’s most populous Muslim-majority nation, environmental ethics and social critique derive from longstanding Islamic practices such as “praying for forgiveness.”

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