Tom Beckley delivered a tertulia on American writer and cultural critic Wendell Berry on September 23.
Beckley is a sociologist and professor in the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management at the University of New Brunswick. His research focuses on rural communities, sense of place, community forestry, public engagement in forestry policies, and energy and climate change. He grows his own food and manages a woodlot in Keswick Ridge.
Watch Beckley’s talk here:
What is a tertulia? A tertulia is a kind of philosophy café where the lives and ideas of big thinkers, artists and other people who left a mark are shared with a broader community of curious people.
Oct 7 – Amy Dryer on Frida Kahlo
Oct 21 – Vlad Tasić on Alain Badiou
Nov 4 – Karen Robert on Paulo Freire
Nov 25 – Margaret Kress on Winona LaDuke
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