Aminah Al-Attas Bradford
Dr. Bradford is an Arab-American theologian and research scholar at NCSU where she works in the department of Applied Ecology’s Public Science Lab for Ecology, Evolution and Biodiversity of Humans and Food, blending issues of science and religion and hosting cross-disciplinary conversations. She is currently writing her book on a theology of the microbiome. Dr. Bradford has worked in higher education for eighteen years and in Chaplain’s offices for more than eleven years. She is a fellow at the Berggruen Institute where she serves as an ethics and religion consultant on projects related to the future of humanity and non-anthropocentric ways of governing. In her spare time Dr. Bradford loves to walk in the woods, work in her ceramics studio, best her husband and two daughters in Farkle Championships, and start reading books, which lately include Thích Nhất Hạnh’s How to Sit, Sandor Ellix Katz’s Fermentation as Metaphor, Halldor Laxness’ Independent People, When Women Were Birds by Terry Tempest Williams, Gathering Moss by Robin Wall Kimmerer, and The Ministry for the Future by Kim Stanley Robinson. She will not finish any of these…but she will try.
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