Orthodoxy and the Environment-The Desert Sea: Early Irish Ascetic Landscapes of Creation
April 22, 2010 Length: 36:53Orthodox Spiritual Life and the Environment: A two-day dialogue on Orthodoxy and the Environment
April 16-17 2010 at St. Tikhon's Seminary South Cannan, PA
Dr. Alfred Siewers, associate professor of English, and Nature and Human Communities coordinator, at Bucknell University's Environmental Center, author of "Strange Beauty:Ecocritical Approaches to Early Medieval Landscape" and co-editor of "Tolkien's Modern Middle Ages"
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