TIME LOCATION DETAILS
THURSDAY: JUNE 4, 2015    
     
8:00 AM – 6:30 PM Smith Campus Center (Pomona College) Registration
  Various Sites Pre-Conference Activities: (Tours, etc.)
     
8:00 AM – 7:00 PM Smith Campus Center, Ballroom (Pomona College) Bookstore and Exhibits
     
9:00 AM – 12:00PM Hahn 101 (Pomona College) Film Screening: “Years of Living Dangeriously”
     
1:00 PM – 4:00PM Hahn 101 (Pomona College) Film Screening: “Years of Living Dangeriously”
     
2:00 PM – 5:00PM Mason Hall, Rm 001 (Pomon College) Track 1. A World of Agents and Values: Telling the Story 
     
4:00:00 PM – 6:00 PM Theater, Smith Campus Center (Pomona College) Film Screening, “Journey of the Universe”
     
5:30 PM – 7:00 PM Frary & Frank Dining Halls (Pomona College) Dinner Break
     
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Bridges Auditorium (Pomona College) Public Plenary: Bill McKibben – “Climate Warming as a Civilizational Crisis”
     
9:00 PM – 9:30 PM Bridges Auditorium Lobby Bill McKibben Book Signing
     
9:00 PM – 10:00 PM Bridges North Patio (Pomona College) Reception
     
     
FRIDAY: JUNE 5, 2015    
     
7:30 AM – 12 Noon Smith Campus Center (Pomona College) Registration
     
8:00 AM – 7:00 PM Smith Campus Center, Ballroom (Pomona College) Open Books and Exhibits
     
9:00 AM – 7:00 PM Smith Campus Center, Fireplace Lounge (Pomona College) First Aid Station
     
9:00 AM – 10:30 AM Bridges Auditorium (Pomona College) Conference Plenary: John Cobb, Jr. – “A Whiteheadian response to the Global Crisis”
     
10:30 AM – 11 AM Bridges Auditorium Lobby John Cobb Book Signing
     
10:30 AM – 11 AM Pete’s Coffee (Pomona College) Break
     
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM   Section Plenaries
  Albrecht Auditorium (Claremont Graduate University) Section I: “What Can Trigger Transformation?” (Catherine Keller)
  Benson Auditorium (Pitzer College) Section II: “Philosophy is not only for Philosophers” (Helmut Maassen)
  Frank-Blue (Pomona College) Section III: “Have You Ever Wondered what it’s Like to be a Mouse?” (Nancy Howell)
  Claremont United Church of Christ Section IV: “Mind vs. Matter” (Philip Clayton)
  Bridges Auditorium (Pomona College) Section V: “What Can We Hope For?” (Sandra Lubarsky)
  Claremont United Church of Christ Section VI: “World Loyalty” (Mary Elizabeth Moore)
  Little Bridges Auditorium (Pomona College) Section VII: “Spirituality” (Ignacio Castuera)
  Claremont United Church of Christ Section VIII: “Are We Really Related?” (Franz Riffert)
  Thatcher Music Hall, Lyman (Pomona College) Section IX: “Do Ideas Matter?” (John Sweeney)
  Smith Campus Center, Rm 208 (Pomona College) Section X: “The Anthropocene, Modes of Agency and Bumpy Temporalities” (William Connolly)
  Smith Campus Center, Theater (Pomona College) Section XI: “Culture in the Interstices: Finding Ecological Elbowroom in Whiteheadian Propositions” (Luke Higgins)
  Hahn Hall, Rm 101 (Pomona College) Section XII: “Creativity” (Marjorie Suchocki)
     
12:30 PM – 2:00 PM Frary & Frank Dining Halls (Pomona College) Lunch Break
     
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM See Details Below Track & Class Sessions #1
     
3:30 PM – 4:00 PM Smith Campus Center (Pomona College) Break: Refreshments
     
4:00 PM – 5:30 PM See Details Below Track & Class Sessions #2
     
     
5:30 PM – 7:00 PM Frary & Frank Dining Halls (Pomona College) Dinner Break
     
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM Bridges Auditorium (Pomona College) Public Plenary: Vandana Shiva – “The Misuse of Science in the Global Crisis”
     
8:30 PM – 9 PM Bridges Auditorium Lobby Vandana Shiva Book Signing
     
8:30 PM – 9:30 PM Bridges North Patio, Pomona College Reception
     
     
SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 2015:    
     
7:30 AM – 12 Noon Smith Campus Center (Pomona College) Registration
     
8:00 AM – 7:00 PM Smith Campus Center, Ballroom (Pomona College) Open Books and Exhibits
     
9:00 AM – 6:30 PM Outside near Smith Campus Center??? Pando Populus Exhibitor Booths
     
9:00 AM – 7:00 PM Smith Campus Center, Fireplace Lounge (Pomona College) First Aid Station
     
9:00 AM – 10:30 AM Bridges Auditorium (Pomona College) Conference Plenary: Herman Daly – “Ecological Economics for an Ecological Civilization”
     
10:30 AM – 11 AM Bridges Auditorium Lobby Herman Daly PANEL Book Signing
     
10:30 AM – 11 AM Smith Campus Center (Pomona College) Break: Refreshments
     
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM See Details Below Track & Class Sessions #3
     
12:30 PM – 2:00 PM Frary & Frank Dining Halls (Pomona College) Lunch Break
     
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM See Details Below Track & Class Sessions #4
     
3:30 PM – 4:00 PM Smith Campus Center (Pomona College) Break: Refreshments
     
4:00 PM – 5:30 PM See Details Below Track & Class Sessions #5
     
5:30 PM – 7:00 PM Frary & Frank Dining Halls (Pomona College) Dinner Break
     
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM Bridges Auditorium (Pomona College) Public Plenary: Sheri Liao – “Ecological Politics for an Ecological Civilization”
     
8:30 PM – 9 PM Bridges Auditorium Lobby Sheri Liao Book Signing
     
8:30 PM – 9:30 PM Bridges North Patio, Pomona College Reception
     
     
SUNDYAY, JUNE 7, 2015:    
     
7:30 AM – 12 Noon Smith Campus Center (Pomona College) Registration
     
8:00 AM – 6:00 PM Smith Campus Center, Ballroom (Pomona College) Open Books and Exhibits
     
9:00 AM – 7:00 PM Smith Campus Center, Fireplace Lounge (Pomona College) First Aid Station
     
9:00 AM – 10:30 AM Bridges Auditorium (Pomona College) Conference Plenary: Wes Jackson – “Ecological Agriculture for an Ecological Civilization”
     
10:30 AM – 11 AM Bridges Auditorium Lobb Wes Jackson Book Signing
     
10:30 AM – 11 AM Pete’s Coffee (Pomona College) Break
     
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM See Details Below Track & Class Sessions #6
     
12:30 PM – 2:00 PM Frary & Frank Dining Halls (Pomona College) Lunch Break
     
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM See Details Below Track & Class Sessions #7
     
3:30 PM – 4:00 PM Smith Campus Center (Pomona College) Break: Refreshments
     
4:00 PM – 5:30 PM See Details Below Track & Class Sessions #8
     
     
6:00 PM – 8:30 PM Bixby Plaza (Pomona College) Banquet: David Griffin – “The Whiteheadian Century!”
     
MONDAY, JUNE 8, 2015:    
     
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Claremont School of Theology

Post-Conference Meetings #1

 

Cooper Board Room

 Section I

 

Craig 105

Section II
  Process & Faith

Section III

  Craig 107

Section IV

 

Craig 110

 Section V
  Craig 111

Section VI

 

Craig 103

Section VII
 

Kresge Chapel

Section VIII

  Craig 106 Section IX
  Dean’s Conference Room Section X
  Center for Process Studies Section XI
  Lemon Tree Patio Section XII
     
 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Cooper Board Room, Claremont School of Theology

Post-Conference Meetings #2
     
     
TRACK LOCATIONS    
     
Classes:  
  Broad Center, BD208 (Pitzer College) 1. Introduction to Whitehead’s Thought
  Burkle, Rm. 16 (Claremont Graduate University) 2. Introduction to Christian Process Theology
  Broad Center, BD209 (Pitzer College) 3. Learning to Love: The Essential Basis for an Ecological Civilization
Other Events:  
June 4-7, 9am-7pm Smith Campus Center, Rm 216 (Pomona College) Meditation/Prayer Room (Inside)
June 5-7, 8am-9am Smith Campus Center, Living Room 134 (Pomona College) Sharing Groups (Dreaming, Grieiving, Feeling)
June 4-7, 9am-7pm Smith Campus Center, Rm 212 (Pomona College) Film Makers Room
     
Section I: The Threatening Catastrophe: Responding Now  
  Crookshank Hall, Rm 2 (Pomona College) Track 1. Catastrophic Climate Change and Global Governance
  Smith Campus Center, Rm 217 (Pomona College) Track 2. The Technological Response: Geo-Engineering
  Smith Campus Center, Rm 218 (Pomona College) Track 3. The Threat of Massive Hunger
  Smith Campus Center, Doms Lounge (Pomona College) Track 4. Just Peace Making: Response to Threats of Catastrophe
  2014 Hall, P106 (Pitzer College) Track 5. A New Economic System
  Smith Campus Center, Rm 201 (Pomona College) Track 6. Political collapse
  Frary, PDR South (Pomona College) Track 7. Organizing for Change and Sustaining Involvement
Section II: An Alternative Vision: Whitehead’s Philosophy  
  Seaver Commons, Rm 104 (Pomona College) Track 1. Whitehead and Analytic Philosophy
  Seaver Commons, Rm 103 (Pomona College) Track 2. Whitehead and Continental Philosophy (A)
  Frank Hall, PDRW (Pomona College) Track 3. Whitehead and Continental Philosophy (B)
  Seaver Commons, Rm 102 (Pomona College) Track 4. Whitehead’s Value Theory and Ethics
  Frank Hall, Blue (Pomona College) Track 5. Whiteheadian Philosophy of Religion
Section III: Alienation from Nature: How it Arose  
  Lebus Hall, Rm 113 (Pomona College) Track 1. What is Civilization and what are its Consequences for Human Relations to the Rest of the Natural World?
  Lebus Hall, Rm 217 (Pomona College) Track 2. (Bilingual) How Have the Enlightenment and Industrialization Reshaped the Relation to the Natural World?
  Lebus Hall, Rm 201 (Pomona College) Track 3. Late-modernity and its Reductive Monism
  Lebus Hall, Rm 110 (Pomona College) Track 4. What Effects has Civilization, especially in its Current Form, had on the Human Psyche?
SectionIV: Re-envisioning Nature; Re-envisioning Science  
  Mason Hall, Rm 001 (Pomon College) Track 1. A World of Agents and Values: Telling the Story 
  Mason Hall, Rm 005 (Pomon College) Track 2. Intuition in Mathematics and Physics
  Mason Hall, Rm 002 (Pomon College) Track 3. (Bi-lingual) Systems Theory, Complexity Theory, and Radical Emergence
  Mason Hall, Rm 004 (Pomon College) Track 4. Beyond Mechanism: The Emergence and Evolution of Living Agents
  Mason Hall, Rm 003 (Pomon College) Track 5. Ecologies, Becoming, Networks, and Value
  Mason Hall, Rm 006 (Pomon College) Track 6. Unprecedented Evolution: Human Continuities and Discontinuities with Animal Life
  Mason Hall, Rm 011 (Pomon College) Track 7. World, Self, and Brain: Neuroscience, Human Agency, and Process Thought
Section V: Ecological Civilization  
  Smith Campus Center, Rm 208 (Pomona College) Track 1. The Psychology of Wellbeing and its Social Implications
  Pearson Hall, Rm 003 (Pomona College) Track 2. Sustainable Practice and the Cultural Dimensions of Ecological Health
  Pearson Hall, Rm 101 (Pomona College) Track 3. Population and Women
  Pearson Hall, Rm 102 (Pomona College) Track 4. Seizing an Alternative: the Future of Meat without Animals
  Pearson Hall, Rm 202 (Pomona College) Track 5. Agroecology as Foundational for Ecological Civilization
  Pearson Hall, Rm 203 (Pomona College) Track 6. (Bilingual) Birth-pangs of Ecological Civilization
  2014 Hall, P103 &105 (Pitzer College) 7. (Mandarin Language Only) China and Ecological Civilization (Xiaoting Liu and Tao Yang, chairs)
Section VI: Reimagining and Reinventing the Wisdom Traditions—A
  Lincoln Hall, Rm 01-109 (Pomona College) Track 1. A New Axial Moment: The Revisioning of Traditions and Interreligious Mobilization
  Lincoln Hall, Rm 01-121 (Pomona College) Track 2. The Jewish Contribution to Ecological Civilization
  Lincoln Hall, Rm 01-122(Pomona College) Track 3. Islam and Whitehead in Dialogue
  Lincoln Hall, Rm 01-125 (Pomona College) Track 4. Islamic Response to the Global Ecological Crisis
  Lincoln Hall, Rm 02-114 (Pomona College) Track 5. Thomism and Whitehead: Partners or Opponents?
  Avery, AV224 (Pitzer College) Track 6. The Role of Whitehead in Indigenizing Christianity
   Burkle, Rm. 14 (Claremont Graduate University) Track 7.  Reclaiming Love for Paradise Here and Now
  Lincoln Hall, Rm 01-135 (Pomona College) Track 8. A New WAY for a New Day
  Studio Arts, Rm. 122 (Pomona College) Track 9. Christian Process Theology
  Avery, AV226 (Pitzer College) Track 10. Reading the Bible for the Sake of the World
  Avery, AV204 (Pitzer College) Track 11. Can Mormonism Contribute to Ecological Civilization?
Section VII: Reimagining and Reinventing the Wisdom Traditions—B
  Carnegie Hall, Rm 12 (Pomon College) Track 1. Can Whitehead’s Cosmology Contribute to Hindu and Jain Thought?
  Burkle, Rm. 12 (Claremont Graduate University) 2. Sikh Values for an Ecological Civilization
  Avery, AV201 (Pitzer College) Track 2. How Does Buddhist Nondual Process Thought Respond to the Global Crisis?
  Carnegie Hall, Rm 11 (Pomon College) Track 3. (Bilingual) Confucian Thought and Whitehead
  Carnegie Hall, Rm 110 (Pomon College) Track 4. Thinking Independently in the Tradition of Classical Greece
  Carnegie Hall, Rm 107 (Pomon College) Track 5. The Contributions of Indigenous Thought
  Carnegie Hall, Rm 214 (Pomon College) Track 6. The Contributions of Africa
Section VIII: Reimagining and Reinventing Education  
  Crookshank Hall, Rm 1 (Pomona College) Track 1. Home and Community-based Education
  Crookshank Hall, Rm 1 (Pomona College) Track 2. Schools for Children
  Crookshank Hall, Rm 8 (Pomona College) Track 3. Higher Education
  Crookshank Hall, Rm 10 (Pomona College) Track 4. (Bilingual) Teaching and Learning
  Crookshank Hall, Rm 210 (Pomona College) Track 5. Learning Compassion
Section IX: Reimagining and Reinventing Bodily-Spiritual Health  
  Carnegie Hall, Rm 109 (Pomon College) Track 1. Bodies Count: Embodiment and the Effects of Bodily Activity
  Hahn Hall, Rm 107 (Pomona College) Track 2. Rethinking “Sexuality”
  Hahn Hall, Rm 108 (Pomona College) Track 3. The Quest for Wholeness: East and West
  Hahn Hall, Rm 214 (Pomona College) Track 4. Extraordinary Challenges to the Modern Paradigm
  Hahn Hall, Rm 215 (Pomona College) Track 5. Mystical Disciplines, Ritual, and Worship
  Hahn Hall, Rm 216 (Pomona College) Track 6. Eco-feminism and Goddess Religion
Section X: Reimagining and Reinventing Societies and Social Thought  
  Mason Hall, Rm 013 (Pomon College) Track 1. Social Life
  Mason Hall, Rm 014 (Pomon College) Track 2. Process Philosophy and Eco-politics
  Mason Hall, Rm 015 (Pomon College) Track 3. Governance and Public Administration
  Mason Hall, Rm 018 (Pomon College) Track 4. The Legal Profession and the Philosophy of Law
  Mason Hall, Rm 019 (Pomon College) Track 5. Ecological Economics
  Mason Hall, Rm 022 (Pomon College) Track 6. Management
  Mason Hall, Rm 020 (Pomon College) Track 7. Whitehead and Marx
  Mason Hall, Rm 023 (Pomon College) Track 8. Technology
Section XI: Reimagining and Reinventing Culture  
  Edmunds Hall, Rm 101 (Pomona College) Track 1. The Inclusive Story and Big History
  Edmunds Hall, Rm 114 (Pomona College) Track 2. Entangled Difference: Gender, Sex, Race, Class, Etc!
  Edmunds Hall, Rm 111 (Pomona College) Track 3. Good Work: Core Challenge for an Ecological Civilization
  Edmunds Hall, Rm 136 (Pomona College) Track 5. End-of-Life: From Medical Failure to Sacred Experience
  Edmunds Hall, Rm 130 (Pomona College) Track 6. Pop Culture: Social Media and Entertainment
  Edmunds Hall, Rm 219 (Pomona College) Track 7. (BiLingual) The Built Environment
  Hahn Hall, Rm 101 (Pomona College) Track 8. Documentary Films
Section XII: The Transformative Power of Art  
  Thatcher Music Hall, Rm 109 (Pomona College) Track 1. Imaginal Communities: the Power of Place in Art and Story
  Thatcher Music Hall, 210 (Pomona College) Track 2. Eco-acoustics: the Power of Contemporary Music
  Smith Campus Center, Theater (Pomona College) Track 4. Film and Hope: the Power of Film to Awaken the Mind
  Edmond’s Hall, Rm 251 (Pomona College) Track 5. Liberating Human Potential through Design and Graphic Art
  Edmond’s Hall, Rm 217 (Pomona College) Track 6. Anima Mundi: Listening to the Art and Soul of Nature
  Thatcher Music Hall, 212 (Pomona College) Track 7. (Bilingual) Aesthetics East and West