About Kathryn Poethig
Kathryn Poethig's work focuses on progressive religious citizenship in Southeast Asia, particularly in areas of complex conflict and peacemaking. She has written on the Dhammayietra, the annual peace walk in Cambodia as transnational example of engaged Buddhism. She serves as consultant and faculty in the Applied Conflict Transformation Studies MA program in Cambodia and serves on the Advisory Committees of Summer Interfaith Institute for Justice, Peace and Social Movement in Vancouver, Canada and the People's Forum on Peace for Life, a Global South-based interfaith initiative resisting Empire and militarized globalization, and formerly the Center for Women and Religion at the Graduate Theological Union.
She has recently returned to an interest in dreams (her own and others) as a non rational epistemology for people in moments of great social change.