"Everything is held together with stories. That is all that is holding us together, stories and compassion."
~ Barry Holstun Lopez
First year student Ipek Sarac is exploring legacies of war and peace in the world, and studying symbols of prayer and healing through her work with Tibetan Prayer Flags for World Peace.
Vonda Roberts (left) is searching this summer for deity and the "two-million year old" human in a tribal-based, wilderness sojourn to the Sangre de Cristos, while Roxanne Patridge (right) hopes to delve the shadow of women's sexuality by exploring the paths of female Tantra teachers.
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Click here to read more about Gina Belton's (right) first year summer fieldwork nurturing and nursing the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers Two of our students received grants for their summer fieldwork from Opus Archives and Research Center. Follow this link to learn about Michelle Clonch's fieldwork in Chiang Mai, Thailand with the International Women's Partnership for Peace and Justice, and Aviva Joseph's fieldwork in Israel working with the Israeli Coalition Against House Demolitions. Read their fieldwork papers and see images from the field.