About this event
We will meet every other Monday (11:00 am Pacific) to discuss the book chapter by chapter. Last chance to register!
The meeting February 7th will be our first in-depth conversation, focusing on Chapter 1. Registrants will receive questions to consider in their reading, plus additional info, slides and video from our preliminary meeting.
This recent book provides fodder for deep dialogue about possible futures. We can use this as a space to explore the human capacity to work together as we co-create a world that works for all beings. Join us in a series of probing conversations, facilitated by Novasutras founder and resident anthropologist, Dr. Michelle Merrill.
“The Dawn of Everything is the radical revision of everything, liberating us from the familiar stories about humanity’s past that are too often deployed to impose limitations on how we imagine humanity’s future. Instead Graeber and Wengrow tell us that what human beings are most of all is creative, from the beginning, so that there is no one way we were or should or could be. Another of the powerful currents running through this book is a reclaiming of Indigenous perspectives as a colossal influence on European thought, a valuable contribution to decolonizing global histories.”
~ Rebecca Solnit, author of A Paradise Built in Hell and Hope in the Dark
Join us at 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Every 2 weeks on Mon (14 sessions): Jan 24, Feb 7, Feb 21, Mar 7, Mar 21, Apr 4, Apr 18, May 2, May 16, May 30, Jun 13, Jun 27, Jul 11, Jul 25
Novasutras is an ecospiritual and ecoactivist organization. In Novasutras, we reawaken our deepest connection with our living world to reclaim our joy, honor our pain, grow trusted relationships, and take meaningful action in service to all life.
Your registration includes a subscription to the Novasutras Newsletter (eight times per year), plus occasional emails about Novasutras events, practices, and projects.