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WalkOn - The World of Contemplative Walking
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November 22, 2017 12:16 PM PST

Welcome to our two-part WalkOn series with Dr. Alan Sears, a distinguished sociology prof from Ryerson University. In these talks he reflects on the past two centuries and the relationship between walking and social activist movements, in North America and Europe. He touches on urban design, the work of Walter Benjamin, the Situationist movement and the ways that walking activism restores bonds of action.

Alan Sears is a Professor of Sociology and Interim Chair at Ryerson University in Toronto. He specializes in social change, inequality and ways of knowing. He is author of The Next New Left: A History of the Future and has co-authored numerous other publications. Alan is an active walker who has walked all over North America and Western Europe.

In this second part, Dr. Sears we explore some of the ways that walking has shaped social change movements, especially in Europe in the last century.

November 22, 2017 12:14 PM PST

Welcome to our two-part WalkOn series with Dr. Alan Sears, a distinguished sociology prof from Ryerson University. In these talks he reflects on the past two centuries and the relationship between walking and social activist movements, in North America and Europe. He touches on urban design, the work of Walter Benjamin, the Situationist movement and the ways that walking activism restores bonds of action.

Alan Sears is a Professor of Sociology and Interim Chair at Ryerson University in Toronto. He specializes in social change, inequality and ways of knowing. He is author of The Next New Left: A History of the Future and has co-authored numerous other publications. Alan is an active walker who has walked all over North America and Western Europe.

In this first part, Dr. Sears describes the two ways he tends to walk, and how they differ.

November 16, 2017 01:50 PM PST

In this episode, we meet Corinna Fowlow, from the University of Toronto, who describes her recent introduction to labyrinth walking.

September 03, 2017 07:38 PM PDT

In this episode we discover the surprise benefits of walking on a (gently) rainy day.

August 05, 2017 05:23 PM PDT

This episode is a mix-down of several video interviews with John Brierly as presented in 3 YouTube videos. Brierly is a Brit who first walked the Camino decades ago, and has since created the most valuable seris of Camino Guides for modern pilgrims. In this episode we feature Brierly's comments on the contemplative and spiritual aspects of the Camino.

August 05, 2017 05:18 PM PDT

This episode presents the second part of a lively discussion between participants at our April, 2017 Pilgrimage Retreat. People were asked why they walked, where and what it meant to them.

August 05, 2017 04:53 PM PDT

This episode presents the first part of a lively discussion between participants at our April, 2017 Pilgrimage Retreat. People were asked why they walked, where and what it meant to them

August 05, 2017 04:22 PM PDT
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This is the second of the two-part interview with Dr. Frances Garrett. She describes more of the trip to Sikkim and introduces a walking course she is planning for Toronto.

August 05, 2017 04:19 PM PDT

This is the first of a two-part episode of an interview with Dr. Frances Garrett, a Religion prof from University of Toronto. In this episode she describes a student trip to the tiny Himalayan country of Sikkim.

August 04, 2017 01:38 PM PDT

In our first episode, Innen Parchelo explains the mission of the Padakun Centre. To find out more or how you can share your story of walking, visit our website at www.padakun.com

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