Submitted by stephan.harding on Wed, 25/11/2015 - 10:59
The experiences of meditators and contemplatives over the centuries and, more recently, of Western psychologists such as Jung and Hillman have shown us that we operate from two fundamental (and interrelated) levels or modes of consciousness
Submitted by Seaton Baxter on Thu, 20/02/2014 - 00:00
After a year of development with partners at Plymouth University and colleagues at the Carnegie Mellon School of Design in the US, we are delighted to announce that our groundbreaking new MA in Ecological Design Thinking is now open for applications.
by Charlie McConnell, Director of Schumacher College
Recently I spoke at the Hay Literary Festival as part of a range of events taking place here at Schumacher College and across the UK, celebrating the centenary of E.F. Schumacher. Along with Caroline Lucas MP and Andrew Simms, Fellow of the New Economics Foundation, I spoke on the relevance of Schumacher’s seminal book Small is Beautiful.
David Orr uniquely combines a pioneering approach to education, design, community, innovation and practice that has always embodied a whole worldview. His work not only has direct impact but is visionary and therefore inspiring for individuals and groups around the world. The Oberlin Project is innovating through rich collaboration, a response to making the community much more resilient into the future.
By Inga Page, Programme Manager, Schumacher College
Planning the Schumacher College short course programme is itself a lesson in the challenges of working in a world of ever-increasing interdependence, chaos and uncertainty. Mercifully, some courses fall into place quite effortlessly, whereas others go through many incarnations and permutations before finally appearing on our website.