Healing the Land and the People: Responding to Contemporary Challenges via Food Sovereignty, Coalition Building, and Indigenous Knowledge
Michael Lynn is a current doctoral candidate in the Ecology, Spirituality, and Religion program at CIIS. His research explores liberatory healing at the nexus of expanded states of consciousness, human rewilding, and radical eco-activism. Michael is a father, adventurer, healer, reskiller, teacher, networker, organizer, and rabble-rouser. He lives in the northwoods on the shores of Gichigami on occupied Anishinaabek lands with his mate, their twenty-month old sun, and their fifteen-year old four-legged companion. When not at his desk, he is most likely playing in the wild and rugged Huron Mountain range.