I have been asked to share information on local events accompanying the 
publication of the following book; please direct questions to the contacts 
listed below, thank you!


"ZAZU DREAMS: Between the Scarab and the Dung Beetle, A Cautionary Fable for 
the Anthropocene Era"
as told by Cara Judea Alhadeff, with paintings by Micaela Amateau Amato

"... a fascinating book. ... a real cosmic adventure-through space, time, and 
the human heart." Bill McKibben




Book Launch
Friday, December 9th, 2016 5:30-7:00pm
@ Buffalo Street Books, The Dewitt Mall, 215 N Cayuga St, Ithaca, NY 14850 / 
607-273-8246
The public is invited for an evening of embodied democracy and environmental 
justice at the intersections of the sciences and humanities. Cultural 
extinction of ethnic minorities and global ecological extinction are seen 
through the eyes of a young Arab-Jewish child. His encounters with Rachel 
Carson, Jacques Cousteau, Harriet Tubman, Spinoza, Maimonides, and ibn Sina 
(among many other historical figures) challenge 21st century giants such as 
Nestlé, Merck, Exxon, Monsanto, and Pfizer, as they stalk the planet.
Performers: Kemet Rivkin (Theater performer), Abbe Lyons (Cantor, Interim 
Director of Hillel) and Carolyn Goelzer (Atkinson Center for a Sustainable 
Future Fellow, Department of Performing & Media Arts).
Sponsored by Cornell's Near Eastern Studies Department and Learn@EcoVillage, 
the Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future, and the Ithaca Bakery.


Science-Humanities Panel, Part I:
Thursday, December 8, 7-8:30pm
@ FROG Common House, Rachel Carson Way, EcoVillage
The day before the Zazu Dreams book launch: environmental justice activists, 
farmers, scientists, and fellows from Cornell's Atkinson Center for a 
Sustainable Future will be in conversation. Bridging the humanities and the 
sciences through the lens of storytelling, these scholars will unravel "what we 
think we know" about climate change, eco-literacy, indigenous environmental 
philosophies, agribusiness, and petropharmaculture.  Panelists include: Scott 
Peters, Faculty Co-Director, Imagining America: Artists and Scholars in Public 
LifE; Eric Cheyfitz, Indigenous Philosophies educator; Kathryn March, Sexuality 
Anthropologist; Christopher Clark, Cornell's Senior Researcher on echolocation; 
Robert Schooler, anti-GMO educator; and Stephanie Seneff, MIT's Senior Research 
Scientist on glyphosate (co-author of Alhadeff's upcoming book on 
"petroleum-parenting" and Big Oil).


Science-Humanities Panel, Part II:
Date/Location TBA, January 2017
Presenters to include: ACSF fellow Anindita Banerjee; oxen farmer and 
agricultural historian/educator Andy Lyon; author of The Humanure Handbook, 
Joseph Jenkins; aquatic ecologist, John Schade of the National Science 
Foundation; public health and vaccination educator, Kelly Brogan; professor of 
sustainability, Francis Vanek; medical sociologist, Jose Solis; and Louise Kuo 
Habakus of FearlessParent.org.


For more information, contact/visit:
Cara Judea Alhadeff, PhD / ph...@carajudea.com<mailto:ph...@carajudea.com> / 
www.carajudea.com<http://www.carajudea.com> / 
caraju...@gmail.com<mailto:caraju...@gmail.com>
Micaela Amateau Amato / mx...@psu.edu<mailto:mx...@psu.edu> / 
www.micaelaamato.com<http://www.micaelaamato.com>
Eifrig Publishing / www.eifrigpublishing.com<http://www.eifrigpublishing.com> / 
i...@eifrigpublishing.com<mailto:i...@eifrigpublishing.com> / Tel/Fax: 
1-888-340-6543


For more information about sustainability in the Tompkins County area, please 
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