The big story of never-ending progress has captured our imaginations for hundreds of years. But now we seem to be witnessing its unravelling. The search for other stories is no longer a fringe activity, but taking place in all parts of society. What do we want to keep from this story, and what do we leave behind? In this episode we explore the idea of Progress together with writer Dougald Hine.
Ten years ago, Dougald co-founded The Dark Mountain Project, which has grown into world-wide community of artists and writers. He and his partner Anna Björkman now run A School Called Home, a learning community for those drawn to the work of regrowing a living culture. He also podcasts together with futurist Ed Gillespie at The Great Humbling.
LINKS TO THINGS WE TALKED ABOUT:
Dougald’s site: dougald.nu
A School Called Home: aschoolcalledhome.org
The Dark Mountain Project: dark-mountain.net
The Great Humbling: thegreathumbling.libsyn.com
Dougald’s interview with Vanessa Andreotti: dougald.nu/the-vital-compass-a-conversation-with-vanessa-andreotti/
Walter Mignolo: The Darker Side of Western Modernity: www.dukeupress.edu/The-Darker-Side-of-Western-Modernity/
A World of Many Worlds, ed. Marisol de la Caden and Mario Blaser: www.dukeupress.edu/a-world-of-many-worlds
The Zapatista Movement: www.thoughtco.com/zapatistas-4707696
Masanobu Fukuoka’s One Straw Revolution: onestrawrevolution.net
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