19 responses to “A Conversation with Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer”

  1. Lee Beavington

    Kimmerer’s words are wonderful medicine for our times. Really looking forward to this event.

  2. Jacqueline Rodriguez

    Loving this book and really looking forward to this event. We all can use some of the peace that comes from reading this book.

  3. Tine Rossing

    I am so excited about this talk. My daughter gave me Dr. Kimmerer’s book as a Christmas present and I am reading it right now. Such a wonderful read!

  4. Lily

    This book has changed my life! I will be working, is there any way to get a recording?

  5. Bev Allen

    I am wondering if the talk will be recorded. I absolutely love Braiding Sweetgrass and would adore being able to attend this, however, the timing overlaps the run to school to pick up my grandson.

  6. Colleen

    So excited to hear this. There’s such power in well spoken medicine.

  7. Louise kozol

    Good morning
    I am very interested in the nature lovers conversation but the time doesnt work well for me and work.
    Will this conversation be recorded? Is there a way I will be able to watch it after the fact?

    Thank you so much
    Louise Kozol

  8. Arijah Ankh Khalid-Zyn

    This is wonderful! “Braiding Sweetgrass” is an absolute favorite of mine. I’m looking forward to this event!

  9. Gary

    I imagine a world where we see the living world as relations and not resources. I’m really looking forward to hearing her speak to this and more.
    Thank you UBC for hosting this.

  10. Anna Moorhouse (UBC Library, Communications Manager)

    We will be making a recording available following the event. Details on how to access the recording will be released soon. Thank you everyone for your interest!

  11. Ann Black

    Our Bookclub in Kirkland Lake, Northern Ontario is discussing, “Braiding Sweetgrass” in a week and a half. I loved the book so much I have just purchased two copies. One to give away.

  12. Donna Dykeman

    I am unable to register for recording access … can you help? Thank you …

  13. Robert Simeone

    The timing of this conversation is propitious, as I am a forester leading a seminar at Northland College beginning this month titled “Wilderness as a Colonial Construct”, which will re-examine perception of wilderness and the natural environment and the resulting impacts on current natural resource management theory. We are using Dr. Wall-Kimmerer’s book, Braiding Sweetgrass as a background text. I am looking forward to this conversation. Thank you.

  14. Anna Moorhouse

    Hi Donna, Are you having trouble with the link to the registration form? Or the form itself?

  15. Lynn Anne Verbeck

    I am reading and listening to Braiding Sweetgrass right now and am soothed by Robin’s voice as she reads her own words… every living thing is our relation. I am transformed and reminded of the sacred wisdom we carry in us, connected to our Ancestors and all of life. I am living in gratitude.

  16. Gail Young

    I, too, am unable to register for the recording. I keep getting an error message that my email address is not valid. Please advise. Thanks for your help!

  17. Anna Moorhouse

    Hi Gail, If you could send us a screenshot of the error message you’re getting to library.communications@ubc.ca, we can help.

  18. Jenna

    Are you able to register for the recording even if you are in the United States?

  19. Anna Moorhouse

    Hi Jenna! Yes, there are no geographical restrictions to sign up to receive the recording.