Ecology, Spirituality, and Religion
Dakota Ashley Limón is a Ph.D. student at San Francisco’s California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) in Philosophy and Religion with a concentration in Ecology, Spirituality, and Religion. She holds an M.A. from Naropa University in Ecopsychology and a B.S. in Natural Resource Management from Texas Tech University with a concentration in Ecology and Wildlife Biology. Her academic interests include ecological anthropology, focusing on the ecopsychological and cultural interface of geographical changes and human displacement in the context of climate change. Broadly, she is interested in interdisciplinary and holistic theory and praxis to engage and reconcile nature, culture, and self. Past research has been published in ecology journals such as Southwest Naturalist. She is an avid practitioner and scholar of Buddhism, meditation, and non-violent communication. She currently resides in Berkeley, California.