The Resilience Doctrine

My good friend, Dr. Zoltán Grossman, just posted these videos from his contribution the “Pandemic Academy”. If you share, please give him credit. . .

The Resilience Doctrine: Disaster Cooperativism in the Climate & Pandemic Crises (Part I: Individualism & Community)

The Evergreen State College in Olympia WA is holding a “Pandemic Academy” lecture series in spring quarter 2020. On April 7, Dr. Zoltán Grossman (Member of the Faculty in Geography and Native Studies) here presented “The Resilience Doctrine: Disaster Cooperativism in the Climate and Pandemic Crises,” as two narrated powerpoint presentations. This Part I (26.5 min.) examines the question of “Individualism vs. Community” (https://youtu.be/9iP-HCloTPs ) and Part II (31.5 min.) looks at “State Authority vs. Mutual Aid” (https://youtu.be/dlIR8UVoN9g). Links that appeared in the presentations are available at https://sites.evergreen.edu/zoltan/The-Resilience-Doctrine Please feel free to share the videos, and comment here or on on the youtube channel.

The Resilience Doctrine: Disaster Cooperativism in the Climate & Pandemic Crises (Part II: State Authority & Mutual Aid)

Dr. Grossman holds a Ph.D. in Geography from the University of Wisconsin. His expertise is in political/cultural geography and Indigenous Studies, and he twice co-taught “Catastrophe: Community Resilience in the Face of Disaster.” He was co-editor of Asserting Native Resilience: Pacific Rim Indigenous Nations Face the Climate Crisis (Oregon State University Press, 2012) and author of Unlikely Alliances: Native Nations and White Communities Join to Defend Rural Lands (University of Washington Press, 2017). His faculty website is at https://sites.evergreen.edu/zoltan

About John McNamara

John spent 26 years with Union Cab of Madison Cooperative and currently helps develop co-ops in the Pacific Northwest. He holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration and Masters in Management: Co-operatives and Credit Unions from Saint Mary's University.
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