Health impacts of climate change: the 68th United Nations Civil Society Conference

Health impacts of climate change: the 68th United Nations Civil Society Conference

August 29, 2019 Partnership leader and co-founder of the Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies (IJPS) Teddie Potter attended the 68th United Nations Civil Society Conference in Salt Lake City where she spoke about supporting nurses to address the health impacts of climate change. Teddie commented, "Sustainable Development Goal #17 is Partnerships. We just need to work to ensure that global understanding is based on the full potential of partnership at it is lived out in Riane's work”. Learn more From the conference website: “The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a blueprint for…continue reading →
Check out the new issue of the Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies!

Check out the new issue of the Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies!

CPS is excited to announce the publication of the Summer, 2019 issue of the Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies (IJPS). The IJPS, a peer-reviewed, online, free-access journal housed at the University of Minnesota, shares scholarship and creates connections for cultural transformation to build a world in which all relationships, institutions, policies and organizations are based on principles of partnership. Cover image "Form Follows Nature" by Laura Yeats. Featured in this issue: Caring Economics and the Nordic Model by Silvia Hedenigg Where is the Care in Caring: A Polemic on Medicalisation of Health and…continue reading →
Riane Eisler speaks with Guy Rathbun on IdeaSphere/PRX

Riane Eisler speaks with Guy Rathbun on IdeaSphere/PRX

August 19, 2019 Guy Rathbun interviewed Riane Eisler on "Nurturing Our Humanity" for IdeaSphere: A Platform for Today’s Voices on PRX. In this conversation, Eisler discusses the difference between domination and partnership social systems and highlights the importance of childhood and family relationships, and gender relations. Her newest book, Nurturing Our Humanity: How Domination and Partnership Shape Our Brains, Lives, and Future, co-authored with anthropologist Douglas Fry, shows how we can c0-create a more equitable, sustainable, and less violent world based on partnership rather than domination. Learn more about the book Order the…continue reading →
Jed Diamond on the work of Riane Eisler: Sex, Love, and Relationships: Nurturing Our Humanity

Jed Diamond on the work of Riane Eisler: Sex, Love, and Relationships: Nurturing Our Humanity

August 25, 2019 In the new article Sex, Love, and Relationships: Nurturing Our Humanity, author, founder of MenAlive and international health advisor Jed Diamond explores domination-partnership social systems and how Eisler's new book, Nurturing Our Humanity: How Domination and Partnership Shape Our Brains, Lives, and Future, presents a new biocultural lens that helps bring women, men and families together to reshape gender roles for a more peaceful and sustainable world. The post contrasts the partnership and domination systems and demonstrates that "one of the primary causes of the conflict [between men and women]…continue reading →
Riane Eisler interview on Radio Orbit

Riane Eisler interview on Radio Orbit

August 5, 2019 Hear Mike Hagen’s interview with Riane Eisler on Radio Orbit, Columbia, Missouri. They discuss the new book Nurturing Our Humanity: How Domination and Partnership Shape Our Brains, Lives, and Future, co-authored by Eisler and Douglas P. Fry. The book helps us step out of a conventional way of thinking and perceive how biology and culture interact through the new biocultural partnership-domination lens. Listen to the interview:  continue reading →

Partnership Professor Antonella Riem: TEDx Udine, Italy

August 25, 2019 Antonella Riem, Professor of English literature and founder of the Partnership Studies Group at the University of Udine, Italy, speaks on the work of Riane Eisler in “Narrare la partnership con l’umano” for TEDxUdine. CPS awarded a special 2018 prize honoring scholars who distinguish themselves in the dissemination of partnership studies to Antonella Riem, Professor of English literature and founder of the Partnership Studies Group at the University of Udine, Italy, in acknowledgement of her international scholarly work on partnership studies. The Partnership Studies Group/Udine was founded to expand the…continue reading →
Thom Hartman interviews Riane Eisler: The Impact of Growing Up In a Domination Culture

Thom Hartman interviews Riane Eisler: The Impact of Growing Up In a Domination Culture

August 8, 2019 Thom Hartmann interviewed Riane Eisler for the Big Picture on “The Impact of Growing Up In a Domination Culture”. Introducing Eisler’s new book Nurturing Our Humanity: How Domination and Partnership Shape Our Brains, Lives, and Future, co-authored with Douglas P. Fry, Hartmann commented, “Riane Eisler is…more than a pioneer or a thought leader…she is somebody who’s actually changed, in some fundamental ways, how the zeitgeist of our culture has changed”. Thom voiced his concern that children in schools experience the every day trauma of drills to prepare for gun violence…continue reading →
Eisler interview on REALTalk public radio

Eisler interview on REALTalk public radio

August 6, 2019 In her radio interview for REALTalk on Voice of Vashon, Riane Eisler spoke with Susan McCabe about Eisler's new book, Nurturing Our Humanity: How Domination and Partnership Shape Our Brains, Lives, and Future, co-written with Douglas Fry. The book opens with a call for a new urgency to create a more just and humane world. Research presented in Nurturing Our Humanity contradicts the notion that humans are innately violent and selfish; Eisler sees humanity as gradually moving from a domination culture to one of partnership. Eisler comments, “The new biocultural…continue reading →
Riane Eisler speaks to GDP, gendered values and the economic value of care work in Ms. article

Riane Eisler speaks to GDP, gendered values and the economic value of care work in Ms. article

July 25, 2019 In the July 23, 2019 Ms. Magazine article Finally Half the Sky at Bretton Woods—75 Years Later, Rickey Gard Diamond highlights a fragmented economic system and a gendered system of values in a “financial inequality [that] most often still wears a female face worldwide”. The article, part of the Women Unscrewing Screwnomics Series, refers to Riane Eiser’s recent keynote speech at the July 23, 2019 Bretton Woods Global Economic Visioning Summit, where she called attention to old paradigms of thinking that exacerbate economic inequalities and reveal embedded patterns of gendered…continue reading →