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# Hugo
resources/
public/
# MacOS
.DS_Store

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[[main]]
name = "Publications"
url = "#featured"
url = "publication"
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# Sizes: XS (extra small), S (small), M (medium), L (large - DEFAULT), XL (extra large)
font_size = "L"
font_size = "M"
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## Basic Info
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# Enter contact details (optional). To hide a field, clear it to "".
email = "test@example.org"
phone = "888 888 88 88"
email = "j.kidwell@bham.ac.uk"
phone = ""
# Address
# For country_code, use the 2-letter ISO code (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_3166-1_alpha-2 )
address = {street = "450 Serra Mall", city = "Stanford", region = "CA", postcode = "94305", country = "United States", country_code = "US"}
address = {street = "450 Serra Mall", city = "Stanford", region = "CA", postcode = "94305", country = "United Kingdom", country_code = "GB"}
# Geographic coordinates
# To get your coordinates, right-click on Google Maps and choose "What's here?". The coords will show up at the bottom.
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coordinates = {latitude = "52.4538", longitude = "-1.93089"}
# Directions for visitors to locate you.
directions = "Enter Building 1 and take the stairs to Office 200 on Floor 2"
# directions = "Enter Building 1 and take the stairs to Office 200 on Floor 2"
# Office hours
# A list of your office hours. To remove, set to an empty list `[]`.
office_hours = ["Monday 10:00 to 13:00", "Wednesday 09:00 to 10:00"]
# office_hours = ["Monday 10:00 to 13:00", "Wednesday 09:00 to 10:00"]
# Enter an optional link for booking appointments (e.g. calendly.com).
appointment_url = "https://calendly.com"
# appointment_url = "https://calendly.com"
# Contact links
# Set to `[]` to disable, or comment out unwanted lines with a hash `#`.
contact_links = [
{icon = "twitter", icon_pack = "fab", name = "DM Me", link = "https://twitter.com/Twitter"},
{icon = "skype", icon_pack = "fab", name = "Skype Me", link = "skype:echo123?call"},
{icon = "keybase", icon_pack = "fab", name = "Chat on Keybase", link = "https://keybase.io/"},
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{icon = "mastodon", icon_pack = "fab", name = "DM Me", link = "https://scholar.social/@kidwellj"},
# JK Note - add keybase, signal, matrix
# {icon = "skype", icon_pack = "fab", name = "Skype Me", link = "skype:echo123?call"},
# {icon = "keybase", icon_pack = "fab", name = "Chat on Keybase", link = "https://keybase.io/"},
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twitter = ""
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# Address format (choose from the [address_formats] list below or add you own to the list).
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superuser: true
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url: ""
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bio: My research interests include distributed robotics, mobile computing and programmable matter.
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- Artificial Intelligence
- Computational Linguistics
- Information Retrieval
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courses:
- course: PhD in Artificial Intelligence
institution: Stanford University
year: 2012
- course: MEng in Artificial Intelligence
institution: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
year: 2009
- course: BSc in Artificial Intelligence
institution: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
year: 2008
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# For an email link, use "fas" icon pack, "envelope" icon, and a link in the
# form "mailto:your-email@example.com" or "#contact" for contact widget.
social:
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icon_pack: fas
link: '#contact' # For a direct email link, use "mailto:test@example.org".
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icon_pack: fab
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---
Nelson Bighetti is a professor of artificial intelligence at the Stanford AI Lab. His research interests include distributed robotics, mobile computing and programmable matter. He leads the Robotic Neurobiology group, which develops self-reconfiguring robots, systems of self-organizing robots, and mobile sensor networks.
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# Display name
title: Jeremy Kidwell
# Username (this should match the folder name)
authors:
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# Is this the primary user of the site?
superuser: true
# Role/position
role: Associate Professor in Theological Ethics
# Organizations/Affiliations
organizations:
- name: University of Birmingham
url: "https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/staff/profiles/tr/kidwell-jeremy.aspx"
# Short bio (displayed in user profile at end of posts)
bio: Scholar, hacker, activist, ethnographer, ethicist and eco-theologian. Interdisciplinary and unafraid.
#interests:
#- Artificial Intelligence
#- Computational Linguistics
#- Information Retrieval
education:
courses:
- course: PhD in Theological Ethics
institution: University of Edinburgh
year: 2013
- course: MA Theology
institution: Regent College (Vancouver, Canada)
year: 2009
- course: BA in English and BA in Music
institution: Seattle Pacific University
year: 2002
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link: https://scholar.social/@kidwellj
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link: https://twitter.com/kidwellj
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icon_pack: ai
link: https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=CG-z2_8AAAAJ
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icon_pack: fab
link: https://github.com/kidwellj
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email: ""
# Organizational groups that you belong to (for People widget)
# Set this to `[]` or comment out if you are not using People widget.
user_groups:
- Researchers
- Visitors
---
I am an interdisciplinary scholar, trained in ethics and constructive theology based in the [School of Philosophy, Theology and Religion](http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/ptr/index.aspx) at the [University of Birmingham](http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/). I give regular [talks, workshops, and seminars](talks/) on topics like [climate change](project/religionecology/), data ethics, and design. Being skeptical about the efficacy of capitalism, I am working hard to rehabilitate the commons - and am an advocate for open source, open data, and open educational resources.
In my [research](?), I confront the ecological crisis by interrogating the ethical issues that lie at the intersection of “nature” and “culture” ranging from ecological ethics, activist studies, religious conceptions of labour and the philosophy of technology. I work in the mode of a field philosopher allowing an ethnographic and quantitatively generated understanding of grassroots problems and interests to illuminate my constructive ethical reflections

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# Uncomment (by removing `#`) an option to apply it.
# Choose a light or dark text color by setting `text_color_light`.
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I was born in Seattle, WA (USA) and did my undergraduate studies there at Seattle Pacific University in Music and English Literature. After college, I continued IT work that had already been ongoing since my teenage hacker days moving into the telecommunications sector and working as a technician and eventually lead technical trainer for an exchange carrier based in Rochester, NY. During lunch breaks I'd steal away to the public library and practice Greek and Latin, thinking that I might pursue graduate work in Medieval Studies. When my partner finished her Masters degree in Social Work, we moved to Vancouver, BC so that I could take up further interdisciplinary studies in Theology at Regent College. Finding expatriate life suited us well, we made an even more dramatic move to Scotland, where I received my Ph.D. from the University of Edinburgh. My PhD focussed on the ethics of design, resulting in what eventually became my first book, *The Theology of Craft and the Craft of Work* but this inquiry had a decidedly ecological inflection.
Bringing this interest in ecological ethics to the foreground, while in the final stages of my PhD, I co-authored a large grant application with my doctoral supervisor and we were awarded about £860k in research funding to pursue an emerging and joint interest in Eco-Congregation Scotland. I was written into the project as full-time post-doctoral researcher and in this capacity I managed the project fieldwork and impact portfolio and also conducted independent ethnographic and philosophical research. It was here that I discovered a love for mixed methods and field philosophy, connecting dots between themes I found in late-modern continental philosophy, interviews I conducted with Scottish environmental activists and between the dynamics of local environmental politics and geospatial data.
My research continues to engage my interests in all these themes - data and technology, craft, commons and design, eco-theology, and activist ethnography. You can browse my publications and talks to get more of a sense of how I interweave these things in my current research and outreach.

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headless: true
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# Required fields are `title`, `company`, and `date_start`.
# Leave `date_end` empty if it's your current employer.
# Begin/end multi-line descriptions with 3 quotes `"""`.
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company_url = "https://ed.ac.uk/"
location = "UK"
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weight = 45 # Order that this section will appear.
title = "Get in touch"
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# Apply a background color, gradient, or image.
# Uncomment (by removing `#`) an option to apply it.
# Choose a light or dark text color by setting `text_color_light`.
# Any HTML color name or Hex value is valid.
# Background color.
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# Background gradient.
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# See https://sourcethemes.com/academic/docs/get-started/#introduce-yourself
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<p><figure><img class="econbook" src="http://jeremykidwell.info/images/theology_and_economics-medium.jpg" align="right" width=300px alt="Theology and Economics: A Christian Vision of the Common Good"></figure> This volume brings together a prominent group of Christian economists and theologians to provide an interdisciplinary look at how we might use the tools of economic and theological reasoning to cultivate more just and moral economies for the 21st century.
<a href="http://www.palgrave.com/gb/book/9781137552235">Publisher</a> - <a href="http://www.hive.co.uk/Product/Jeremy-Kidwell/Theology-and-Economics--A-Christian-Vision-of-the-Common-Good/17570373">Hive Books (UK indy sellers)</a> - <a href="https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=JMOhCgAAQBAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false">Google Books</a> - <a href="http://www.indiebound.org/book/9781472476517">IndieBound (Independent booksellers in the USA) </a>
<em>Reviews:</em> <a href="http://www.theosthinktank.co.uk/comment/2016/03/17/theology-and-economics"><em>Theos</em></a> (Nick Spencer) <br /> <br /></p>

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title: "The Theology of Craft and the Craft of Work: From Tabernacle to Eucharist"
date: 2016-01-01
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An important reconceptualisation is taking place in the way people express creativity, work together, and engage in labour; particularly with the rise of the maker movement and craft work. But is this a new phenomenon? In <em>The Theology of Craft</em> I explore the Hebrew bible and Greek New Testament in conversation with other ancient craft narratives to see whether there is a model for good work embedded there. Through an examination of themes such as agency, aesthetics, sociality, skill, and the material culture of work, I argue that the church (or ‘new temple’) is both the product and the site of moral work and furthermore that Christian worship provides a moral context for work.
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**Esther D. Reed**, University of Exeter: "It matters that the work we do is meaningful, excellent, and beautiful. Jeremy Kidwell’s biblically informed theology of craft and analyses of the negative impact of modern labour practices on human well-being invite re-examination of the very foundations of our conceptions of work. Drawing attention to how, in the ancient world, the place of worship was the place of craft-work par excellence, Kidwell revisits creatively the notion of consecration for describing the relationship between work and worship. Innovative and wide-ranging, this is an important new contribution to the theology of work, and wider questions of what’s entailed in being human."
**Brian Brock, University of Aberdeen**: "Jeremy Kidwell has offered us an exemplary performance of Christian ethics done in an exegetical key. Going far beyond most of what passes as ‘business ethics’ or ‘theologies of work’, Kidwell delves deep and sensitively into both the problems and promise of work in an information age."
**Eve Poole, Theologian and Leadership Consultant**: "Kidwell has got into his time machine and whizzed off for a tour of both Old and New Testaments, to seek a better understanding of what God really means by work. Looking back at the Christian tradition, he thinks the customary preoccupation with 'vocation' doesn't really nail it, because, like me, he think it prioritises ends to the detriment of a proper account of means: we need to think about how we work, as well as why we work. Engaging with his own rich experience of work, and the burgeoning literature of craft, he weaves together a narrative that rejuvenates familiar stories, pressing them into service as modem windows on our world of work. Drawing into the conversation just about every notable theologian one might meet at an SSCE conference, he carefully contextualises modern work in the ancient wisdom narratives in an extremely thorough and thought-provoking way. He wants us to stop seeing God through work, but see work through God, as an offering, a sacrifice and a gift. This s a wonderful book - do read it."

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author = {Kidwell, Jeremy H.},
date-added = {2020-05-03 20:07:00 +0100},
date-modified = {2020-05-03 20:07:00 +0100},
doi = {10.1163/15685357-02003003},
journal = {Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology},
month = {October},
number = {3},
pages = {238--250},
title = {Hybrid Encounters in Reconciliation Ecology},
volume = {20},
year = {2016}
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title: "Hybrid Encounters in Reconciliation Ecology"
date: 2016-10-01
publishDate: 2020-05-03T19:08:46.338841Z
authors: ["jeremy"]
publication_types: ["2"]
abstract: "Over the past century, environmental scientists have developed a range of conservation approaches. Each of these, from management to restoration has embedded within it certain dualisms which create exclusive spaces or agencies for &ldquo;human&rdquo; and &ldquo;nature.&rdquo; I begin with a critique of these binaries as they occur in philosopher, Florence R. Kluckhohn’s influential model and in more recent narratives about the &ldquo;Anthropocene,&rdquo; and then turn to examine some of the novel features of &ldquo;reconciliation ecology&rdquo; as it has recently been deployed in the environmental sciences. Though this model is beginning to see wider use by scientists, it has not yet been explored within a religious framework. Taking up Miroslav Volf’s suggestion that reconciliation involves a &ldquo;double strategy&rdquo; I highlight ways that reconciliation can (1) provide a viable model for promoting an &ldquo;embrace&rdquo; of the other and (2) better integrate the past history of negative human biotic impacts."
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title = "Changing Uses of Old and New Media in World Christianity"
authors = ["Jolyon Mitchell", "jeremy"]
date = 2020-05-04T00:00:00.000Z
doi = "10.1002/9781118556115.ch31"
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publication = "The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to World Christianity"
abstract = "Through a series of case studies we analyze different ways in which &ldquo;old&rdquo; and &ldquo;new&rdquo; media are being used in world Christianity. Cases considered include Russian Orthodox attitudes towards television, colonial engagement with media and Christianity in Africa, use of television by Pentecostal preachers in South America, film production in Nigeria by independent Pentecostal or Charismatic churches, the use of radio in El Salvador, portrayals of Jesus in Indian film productions, and receptions of television in India. Through these and other studies, we investigate the dynamic use of media by Christians around the world who have appropriated different media in both creative and traditional ways to teach, evangelize, perform, and communicate their forms of Christianity. This dynamic use of media is evolving, remarkable, and yet also consonant with the diverse texture of Christian communities across the world."
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<a href="http://eu.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-1405153768.html" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Publisher</a> - <a href="http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/9781118556115.ch31/summary" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Digital Version via Wiley</a>

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doi = {10.3384/de-ethica.2001-8819.152339},
journal = {De Ethica},
number = {2},
pages = {39--51},
title = {Time for Business: Business Ethics, Sustainability, and Giorgio Agamben's `Messianic Time'},
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title = "Time for Business: Business Ethics, Sustainability, and Giorgio Agamben's 'Messianic Time'"
date = 2015-01-01
publishDate = 2020-05-03
authors = ["jeremy"]
publication_types = ["2"]
abstract = "Contemporary business continues to intensify its radical relation to time. The New York Stock Exchange recently announced that in pursuing (as traders call it) the ‘race to zero’ they will begin using laser technology originally developed for military communications to send information about trades nearly at the speed of light. This is just one example of short-term temporal rhythms embedded in the practices of contemporary firms which watch their stock price on an hourly basis, report their earnings quarterly, and dissolve future consequences and costs through discounting procedures. There is reason to believe that these radical conceptions of time and its passing impair the ability of businesses to function in a morally coherent manner. In the spirit of other recent critiques of modern temporality such as David Couzen Hoy's The Time of Our Lives, in this paper, I present a critique of the temporality of modern business. In response, I assess the recent attempt to provide an alternative account of temporality using theological concepts by Giorgio Agamben. I argue that Agamben’s more integrative account of messianic time provides a richer ambitemporal account which might provide a viable temporality for a new sustainable economic future."
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title = "Review of Brent Waters, Christian Moral Theology in the Emerging Technoculture: From Human Back to Human"
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doi = {10.1215/22011919-438553},
journal = {Environmental Humanities},
month = {May},
number = {1},
pages = {213-225},
title = {Introduction: Unexpected Encounters with Deep Time},
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title = "Introduction: Unexpected Encounters with Deep Time"
date = 2018-05-01
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"Franklin Ginn",
"Michelle Bastian",
"David Farrier",
"jeremy"
]
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abstract = "The fractured timespace of the Anthropocene brings distant pasts and futures into the present. Thinking about deep time is challenging: deep time is strange and warps our sense of belonging and our relationships to Earth forces and creatures. The introduction to this special section builds on scholarship in the environmental humanities concerning the ongoing inheritance of biological and geologic processes that stretch back into the deep past as well as the opening up of multiple vistas of the futures. Rather than understanding deep time as an abstract concept, we explore how deep time manifests through places, objects, and practices. Focusing on three modes through which deep time is encountered—enchantment, violence, and haunting—we introduce deep time as an intimate element woven into everyday lives. Deep time stories, we suggest, engage with the productive ways in which deep time reworks questions of narrative, self, and representation. In addressing these dynamics, this introduction and the accompanying articles place current concerns into the larger flows of planetary temporalities, revealing deep time as productive, homely, and wondrous as well as unsettling, uncanny."
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author = {Kidwell, Jeremy and Ginn, Franklin and Northcott, Michael and Bomberg, Elizabeth and Hague, Alice},
date-added = {2020-05-03 20:07:00 +0100},
date-modified = {2020-05-03 20:07:00 +0100},
doi = {10.1002/geo2.59},
journal = {Geo: Geography and Environment},
month = {September},
number = {2},
title = {Christian climate care: Slow change, modesty and eco-theo-citizenship},
volume = {5},
year = {2018}
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title = "Christian climate care: Slow change, modesty and eco-theo-citizenship"
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publishDate = 2020-05-03
authors = [
"jeremy",
"Franklin Ginn",
"Michael Northcott",
"Elizabeth Bomberg",
"Alice Hague"
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publication_types = ["2"]
abstract = "This qualitative study draws on in‐depth interviews and documentary analysis conducted between 2014 and 2016 to investigate the nature of pro‐environmental behaviour of members within the Eco‐Congregation Scotland network. We argue for an integrative analytical frame, that we call “eco‐theo‐citizenship,” which synthesises strengths of values‐, practice‐ and citizenship‐based approaches to the study of pro‐environmental behaviour within the specific context of religious envi- ronmental groups. This study finds the Eco‐Congregation groups studied are not primarily issue driven, and instead have an emphasis on “community‐building” activities and a concept of environmental citizenship which spans multiple politi- cal scales from local to international. Primary values emphasised included “envi- ronmental justice” and “stewardship.” Analysis of the data indicated that groups in this network are distinctive in two particular ways: (1) group focus on mobilis- ing values and environmental concern towards “community building” can produce what looks like a more conservative approach to climate change mobilisation, pre- serving and working slowly within institutional structures, with a primary focus not on climate change mitigation per se but on the consolidation and development of the community and broader network; and (2) these groups can often under‐report their accomplishments and the footprint of their work on the basis of a common religious conviction which we have termed a “culture of modesty."
url_pdf = "pdf/Christian_climate_care.pdf"
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author = {Eric Higgs and Jim Harris and Stephen Murphy and Keith Bowers and Richard Hobbs and Willis Jenkins and Jeremy Kidwell and Nikita Lopoukhine and Bethany Sollereder and Katherine Suding and Allen Thompson and Steven Whisenant},
date-added = {2020-05-03 20:07:00 +0100},
date-modified = {2020-05-03 20:07:00 +0100},
doi = {10.1111/rec.12691},
journal = {Restoration Ecology},
number = {3},
pages = {399-403},
title = {On principles and standards in ecological restoration},
volume = {26},
year = {2018}
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title = "On principles and standards in ecological restoration"
date = 2018-01-01
publishDate = 2020-05-03
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"Stephen Murphy",
"Keith Bowers",
"Richard Hobbs",
"Willis Jenkins",
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abstract = "The Society for Ecological Restoration (SER) has long debated how to define best practices. We argue that a principles‐first approach offers more flexibility for restoration practitioners than a standards‐based approach, is consistent with the developmental stage of restoration, and functions more effectively at a global level. However, the solution is not as simple as arguing that one approach to professional practice is sufficient. Principles and standards can and do operate effectively together, but only if they are coordinated in a transparent and systematic way. Effective professional guidance results when standards anchored by principles function in a way that is contextual and evolving. Without that clear relation to principles, the tendency to promote performance standards may lead to a narrowing of restoration practice and reduction in the potential to resolve very difficult and diverse ecological and environmental challenges. We offer recommendations on how the evolving project of restoration policy by SER and other agencies and organizations can remain open and flexible."
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author = {Eric Higgs and Jim Harris and Stephen Murphy and Keith Bowers and Richard Hobbs and Willis Jenkins and Jeremy Kidwell and Nik Lopoukhine and Bethany Sollereder and Katie Suding and Allen Thompson and Steven Whisenant},
date-added = {2020-05-03 20:07:00 +0100},
date-modified = {2020-05-03 20:07:00 +0100},
doi = {10.1111/rec.12821},
journal = {Restoration Ecology},
number = {3},
pages = {431-433},
title = {The evolution of Society for Ecological Restoration's principles and standards---counter-response to Gann et al},
volume = {26},
year = {2018}
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title = "The evolution of Society for Ecological Restoration's principles and standards---counter-response to Gann et al"
date = 2018-01-01
publishDate = 2020-05-03
authors = [
"Eric Higgs",
"Jim Harris",
"Stephen Murphy",
"Keith Bowers",
"Richard Hobbs",
"Willis Jenkins",
"jeremy",
"Nik Lopoukhine",
"Bethany Sollereder",
"Katie Suding",
"Allen Thompson",
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abstract = "In response to our recent article (Higgs et al. 2018) in these pages, George Gann and his coauthors defended the Society for Ecological Restoration (SER) International Standards, clarified several points, and introduced some new perspectives. We offer this counter-response to address some of these perspectives. More than anything, our aims are in sharpening the eld of restoration in a time of rapid scaling-up of interest and effort, and support further constructive dialogue going forward. Our perspective remains that there is an important distinction needed between “Standards” and “Principles” that is largely unheeded by Gann et al. (2018). We encourage SER to consider in future iterations of its senior policy document to lean on principles rst, and then to issue advice on standards that meet the needs of diverse conditions and social, economic, and political realities."
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publication = "*Restoration Ecology*"
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abstract = "What are the ethics of the modern debates between science and religion? In this chapter I suggest that there are actually a range of different ways that the debate between religion and science might be described as ethical. I note several ways that science and religion are brought into relationship in professional scientific ethics and suggest that within the space of professional scientific ethics there has been a tendency to sideline or absorb religious ethical perspectives. I then turn to more constructive &ldquo;big issue&rdquo; ethics and examine two specific cases: embryonic stem cell research and climate change in order to highlight ways that science and religion can sometimes be reduced to stereotypes: that scientists work with the real world and religion deals with ideas (and not reality!). I argue that looking more closely at the range of perspectives represented by scientists and religious leaders in both cases presents a much more complex case and that this in turn commends a kind of ethics which should be jointly pursued by both science and religion."
title = "What are the ethical implications of the science-and-religion debate?"
authors = ["jeremy"]
publication_types = ["6"]
publication = "&ldquo;What are the ethical implications of the science-and-religion debate?&rdquo; in <em>Philosophy, Science and Religion for Everyone</em>, ed. Duncan Pritchard and Mark Harris, Routledge, 2018"
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title = "Temporality and Christian Environmental Activism"
authors = ["jeremy", "Michael S. Northcott"]
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publication = "&ldquo;Temporality and Christian Environmental Activism&rdquo; in <em>Greening of Religion: Hope in the Eye of the Storm</em>, ed. Jonathan Leader, Cherry Hill Seminary Press, 2018"
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In this book, Michael and I share some results from fieldwork (2014-2016) with members of Eco-Congregation Scotland particularly towards testing for ways that conceptions of time have an impact on the way that Scottish Christians respond to an issue like climate change.

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title = "Clean Design: The quest for purity and the ethics of modern hygienic design"