George James | Philosophy & Religion

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George James

Professor, Jain Education and Research Foundation Professor in Jain Studies
Phone: 
940-565-4791
Office: 
ENV 225E
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Highlights: 
Ph.D., Columbia University (1983)
Comparative Environmental Ethics, Environmental Issues and Movements, History and Phenomenology of Religion, History and Philosophy of the Study of Religion, Phenomenology, Philosophy of Religion

Dr. James' principal area of research concerns environmental issues in India. The following clip is an introduction to the Chipko Movement in the Garhwal Region of the Himalayas and the Appiko Movement of Karnataka: http://youtube.com/watch?v=3zuqvGAzDi0

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