Dr. Even Berry

Updated on: 30.05.2015

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E-Mail: berry(at)american.edu

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Evan Berry

is Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Religion at American University, Washington, D.C.,USA and Co-Director of the Ethics, Peace, and Global Affairs master's program. His research interests focus on the role of religious ideas, persons, and organizations in the environmental politics of the modern world. Specifically, his work concentrates on the ways that cultural and religious systems locate human beings in the natural world and thus orient contemporary responses to environmental issues. Trained in both social scientific and theoretical methodologies, his current scholarship includes a book project on the religious roots of the American environmental movement and a survey of religious civil society engagements with climate change.

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PhD, Religious Studies, University of California Santa Barbara; MA Religious Studies, University of California Santa Barbara; BA, Religion, The Colorado College.

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