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Michael Karlberg

Michael Karlberg

Michael Karlberg is a Professor of Communication Studies at Western Washington University. His research and activism focus on the need to move beyond the prevailing culture of conflict and competition in order to establish a more just and sustainable social order based on recognition of the organic oneness of humanity. His publications include Beyond the Culture of Contest: From Adversarialism to Mutualism in an Age of Interdependence; Reframing Discourses for Peace and Justice; Discourse, Identity, and Global Citizenship; Discourse Theory and Peace; The Paradox of Protest in a Culture of Contest; and Constructive Resilience: The Bahá'í Response to Oppression in Iran.


  • GTI Contributions

    Commentary on The Degrowth Alternative

    February 2015



    Meaning, Religion, and a Great Transition
    Meaning, Religion, and a Great Transition

    December 2014

    Can religion be a progressive force for confronting world challenges? Michael Karlberg argues that it can if reconceptualized as an evolving system of knowledge and practice rooted in universal values.

    Commentary by Christoph Bals, Kurt Grimm, Michelle Holliday, Stephen Purdey, Carolyn Raffensperger, Paul Raskin, Steven Rockefeller, Richard Rosen, Bruce Schuman, and Mimi Stokes Katzenbach, and a response from the author