Sarah McFarland Taylor is an associate professor of religion at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill. She is the author of Green Sisters: A Spiritual Ecology, about the growing number and strength of environmentally activist Roman Catholic nuns. She is at work on Green Convergence: Religion, Environment and Popular Culture and has also written about creation spirituality; the Gaian, or Earth-based, Mass; the idea of the eco-church; and the general “greening” of religion in America. She teaches several courses on religion and ecology.
|Categories||Beliefs & practices, Clergy, Environment, Ethics|
|Locations||Illinois, United States of America|