Watershed: Attending to Body and Earth in Distress, by Ranae Lenor Hanson

Ordering Options

UMNPressSubtext BooksEuropean Link – Or Your Nearest Independent Bookstore


Featured Events –

Book Discussion at East Side Freedom Library

Register here–

Zoom – October 5, 2021, 7 PM to 8:30 PM

Join me as Sam Grant, Sarah Degner-Reveros, Chelsea DeArmond, and I discuss Watershed on Tuesday, October 5. I’m particularly psyched to hear questions and reactions from this formidable, wise, and informed triad of readers. As part of the audience, you’ll be enlightened by comments from each of these respondents and you’ll have your own time to make comments and ask questions if you choose.

Check out East Side Freedom Library at its web page here; then read the description of the event and register here.

 

Podcast on Spotify or iHeartRadio

For an easy-to-listen-to, accessible discussion, click one of the links above.

In this podcast, I talk with Teddie Potter (Clinical Professor and Director of Planetary Health at the School of Nursing at the University of Minnesota) and Lena Jones (Political Science Faculty at Minneapolis College and connected to the Center for Earth, Energy and Democracy) about topics that Watershed addresses.

Some who have listened remarked that the episode gives a sense of interconnectedness and wholeness, that it offers a container for grief and leads to profound hope. Listen and then, if you wish to – share the podcast with others and your own stories and thoughts with me.