Sarah Buie


About The Teacher

Sarah Buie is a designer, educator, and convenes conversations around climate change. She is Founding Convener of the Council on the Uncertain Human Future, an international initiative to encourage deep conversation on the climate challenge: She is also Co-Lead Convener of A new Earth conversation at Clark University, a transformative campus-wide process aimed at re-envisioning the work of the University in these unprecedented times:

A professor at Clark University for 35 years, Buie directed the Higgins School of Humanities and re-envisioned the role of the humanities center within the University; she launched and directed the Difficult Dialogues initiative: .

Her teaching on Sacred Space drew on spatial archetypes as a guide to holistic understandings of our relationship to the environment, and most recently incorporated the threat of climate change.

An award-winning museum exhibition designer for 25 years, she designed more than 100 exhibitions for art, natural history and history museums. 


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