F&ES 789Ea / 2015-2016

Journey of the Universe (Meets Oct 27 - Dec 8)

Credits: 2
Fall 2015: Tu, 4:00-5:15 discussion, ISPS, Room A0001
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Please note: this is an online course (Dates Oct 27 - Dec 8 ). You must start on Oct 27, no exceptions.
You will also have weekly meetings on Wednesdays 4:00-5:15

Please join course on ClassesV2 for invite to online system

This six-week hybrid course draws on the resources created in the Journey of the Universe project—a film, a book, and a series of twenty interviews with scientists and environmentalists. Journey of the Universe weaves together the discoveries of evolutionary science with cosmological understandings found in the religious traditions of the world. The authors explore cosmic evolution as a creative process based on connection, interdependence, and emergence. The Journey project also presents an opportunity to investigate the daunting ecological and social challenges of our times. This course examines a range of dynamic interactions and interdependencies in the emergence of galaxies, Earth, life, and human communities. It brings the sciences and humanities into dialogue to explore the ways in which we understand evolutionary processes and the implications for humans and our ecological future. No shopping period.
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