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Introduction of The Evolved Nest presented by Darcia Narvaez, Professor of Psychology University of Notre Dame, Senior Assistant Provost, Fellow, Shaw Center for Children and Families, at the Child Flourishing Symposium.
Darcia Narvaez delivered a talk in Spanish for a seminar organized by the Mexican government’s Ministry of Education and UNICEF to advise the educational reforms being undertaken. The talk was called “Educación Ética Integrativa: Fomentar Ciudadanía, Comunidad, y Virtud en el Salón de Clases” [Integrative Ethical Education: Fostering Citizenship, Community and Virtue in the Classroom]
Darcia Narvaez is Professor of Psychology at the University of Notre Dame and writes a blog for Psychology Today called "Moral Landscapes." This is a talk given at the conference, Sustainable Wisdom: Integrating Indigenous Knowhow for Global Flourishing, which took place at the University of Notre Dame in 2016.
Human Evolution and Human Development Symposium 2012 at the University of Notre Dame's Center for Children and Families.
A fascinating discussion of how westerners have much to learn from indigenous, Native American and First Nation wisdom. In fact what we have to learn is probably essential to the future sustainability of humanity and the earth.
Insights from Darcia's new book Indigenous Sustainable Wisdom: First-Nation Know-How for Global Flourishing.
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