Invitation: IHMA-MSR Necessary Conversation on Native Science -- Friday, Nov 5, 12-1pm (ET)

Join IHMA & MSR with Dr. Julia Storberg-Walker for a Necessary Conversation with Dr. Gregory Cajete on Native Science: A Life Centered View

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About this event

Please join the International Humanistic Management Association (IHMA) and the Management, Spirituality & Religion (MSR) Division of the Academy of Management (AOM) with Dr. Julia Storberg-Walker (George Washington University) for a Necessary Conversation with Dr. Gregory Cajete (University of New Mexico; Santa Clara Pueblo) to discuss Native Science as a diverse expression of Indigenous cultures and a life-centered knowledge base.

Date: Friday, November 5

Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm (ET)

Location: Web conferencing, details will be sent before the event once your RSVP is received.

This Necessary Conversation is sponsored by the Donahue Center for Business Ethics & Social Responsibility in the Manning School of Business at University of Massachusetts Lowell. It is convened in collaboration with the Management, Spirituality & Religion Division of the Academy of Management.

The topic for this Conversation is Native Science: A Life Centered View

Details:

Native philosophy has always been a broad-based ecological philosophy. It is not based on rational thought alone but incorporates to the fullest degree all aspects of interactions of “man in and of nature,” that is, the knowledge and truth gained from interaction of body, mind, soul, and spirit with all aspects of Nature. In process, reflection, and practice, Native science as a subset of Native Philosophy embodies the natural system characteristics of diversity, optimization, cooperation, self-regulation, change, creativity, connectedness, and niche. Ultimately, Native Science in all its diverse expression in Indigenous cultures is a life-centered knowledge base.

For Speaker Bios and to Register, please click here: IHMA-MSR Necessary Conversation with Dr. Gregory Cajete on Native Science