Institute for Social Ecology

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Institute for Social Ecology (ISE)

"Established in 1974 and incorporated in 1981, the ISE is an independent institution of higher education dedicated to the study of social ecology, an interdisciplinary field drawing on philosophy, political and social theory, anthropology, history, economics, the natural sciences, and feminism. The ISE has offered intensive summer programs, a year-round B.A. degree program, workshops on issues such as biotechnology, fall and winter lecture series, internship opportunities, and a speakers bureau. In addition, the ISE is involved in research as well as publishing and activist projects—currently including both the ISE biotech education and regional food system design projects." [1]

Founded by Murray Bookchin and Daniel Chodorkoff.


Accessed May 2008: [2]



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  1. About, Institute for Social Ecology, accessed May 30, 2008.
  2. Faculty and Staff, Institute for Social Ecology, accessed May 30, 2008.