Dr. Sean Gillon, food systems & society faculty, co-authored an article titled Plausible Futures of a Social-Ecological System: Yahara Watershed, Wisconsin, USA in the peer-reviewed, international journal Ecology & Society in May 2015.
MA in Interdisciplinary Studies interim chair Dr. Susan Carter joined Dr. Riane Eisler for a discussion on Blog Talk Radio, hosted by Marylhurst student Cathy Bennett, in March 2012.
Social scientist, attorney, author, and social activist, best known for her international bestseller The Chalice and The Blade, Eisler joined Carter and Bennett for an in-depth discussion of two fundamentally different models of relating to each other, the domination model and the partnership model.
What has a hold on you? Domination or partnership?
War and ecological destruction continues in many places around the world. World-wide hunger and poverty is growing, especially taking its toll on women and children.
Dr. Riane Eisler, asked these question almost thirty years ago: "Why do we hunt and persecute each other? Why is our world so full of man's inhumanity to man--and woman?" As a result of years of research, she discovered an underlying relational model as the probable cause.