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Stephanie Yuhas completed her PhD in religious studies at the University of Denver in 2012. Areas of expertise include philosophy, cultural theory, postcolonial studies, ethics, and social change. She has an M.A. from Vermont College in Ecological Psychology and a B.A. from Naropa University. Among the courses she has taught since 2007 for the Religious Studies M.A. and B.A. programs are Trends in Religious Studies, Research and Methodology, Philosophy of Religion, Religion in Human Experience, and the Capstone Seminar. Stephanie has taught in the the MATE program since 2011, offering Deep Ecology and her current course, Ecology: Concepts and Applications.
Naropa provides an opportunity for students to integrate their inner passions with an interspiritual worldview. The student journey combines personal experience with intellectual rigor encouraging amazing transformations of the individual and society. Auspicious coincidence and deep listening create a template for restructuring each student's life path.
At the 2015 American Academy of Religion conference in Atlanta, I presented research on "Seeking Non-Dual Experience: The Spiritual But Not Religious Approach to Mysticism" and in 2014 I presented on "The Relationship of Dark Green Religion to the Spiritual But Not Religious Movement."
Trends in Religious Studies
Theory and Methods - BA Religious Studies
Capstone Seminar - BA Religious Studies
Research Methodology for Master of Divinity Ecology: Concepts and Applications for the low residency Ecopsychology program.
I am always discovering new books-recent examples include The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know is Possible by Charles Eisenstein, Spiritual Ecology by Leslie Sponsel, The Falling Sky by Davi Kopenawa, Mutants and Mystics by Jeffrey Kripal and Mindful America by Jeff Wilson