The Cooperation Eugene Study Circle learns about the theory and practice of systems change for the regenerative economy. We organize monthly conversations about books, articles, movies, podcasts, videos, etc. that address “What’s next?” more than “What’s wrong?”
Membership consists of an email list that will be notified of upcoming titles. To get on the Study Circle mailing list, or if you have any questions send email to: StudyCircle [at] CooperationEugene [dot] org or call Alberta at 818-903-6125. Members can choose to attend only the meetings with topics of interest to them.
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We’re going to hit the reset button for the Study Circle. Rather than plan a monthly meeting, we will convene a discussion ad hoc if one of our members reads, hears, watches or otherwise consumes something that he/she/they is dying to discuss. Cooperation Eugene Study Circle team will be happy to set it up.
Thanks to all who’ve made this a great experience! On to the next chapter in our journey!
- TED Talk by Jonathon Haidt on Moral Psychology
- The Social Dilemma (documentary movie)
- “Me and White Supremacy Workbook”, by Layla Saad
- “How to Be an Anti-Racist”, by Ibram X. Kendi
- “Democracy May Not Exist, But We’ll Miss It When It’s Gone”, by Astra Taylor
- “Think like a Commoner, A Short Introduction to the Life of the Commons”, by David Bollier
- Cooperatives – The Working World (Video), TESA Collective (Video), Worker Cooperative People Skills (ebook)
- People’s Economy housing policy section: How We Build Our Neighborhoods
- “Reinventing Organizations: An Illustrated Invitation to Join the Conversation on Next-Stage Organizations”, by Frederic Laloux
- Just Transitions strategy for moving to a regenerative economy – we read these three PDF files and we watched this YouTube video.
- “Sparking the conversation in your community: A DIY guide to planning your own community wealth building summit“, by Justine Porter
- “The Making of a Democratic Economy: How to Build Prosperity for the Many, Not the Few”, by Marjorie Kelly and Ted Howard
- “Sacred Economics”, by Charles Eisenstein
- “The Approaching Great Transformation: Toward a Livable Post Carbon Economy”, by Joel Magnuson
- “Community: The structure of belonging”, by Peter Block
- “The Fifth Sacred Thing”, by Starhawk
- “Blessed Unrest: How the Largest Social Movement in History Is Restoring Grace, Justice, and Beauty to the World”, by Paul Hawken
- “Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds”, by Adrienne Maree Brown