Pramod Parajuli, Ph.D. Program Faculty
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Dr. Parajuli is a trans-disciplinary scholar/educator who is deeply seeking ways to heal and regenerate life, livelihoods, learning and leadership in this turbulent period of what he identifies as the “Combined Climate/Coronaviruses Disruptions” (CCCs). Such an unmistakable new phase in the life of our Biosphere and of Humanity (ethnosphere) asks us to “let go” of old patterns of learning and leadership. As an educator and advisor, he effectively facilitates the “letting come” of the beneficial worldviews, which are accompanied by regenerative pathways of four Ds: Diagnosis, Dream (wildest), Design and Delivery. Accordingly, in the Regenerative Leadership program, he will cover the best practices of pluri-species configurations and entanglements which are seeking “systems of solutions” to address the “systems of problems” we encounter today.
Through a network of Annapurna Pluriversity he founded, Dr. Parajuli is also enriching and expanding the thread of learning, unlearning and relearning at a global scale. Designed as a global classroom and network for mutual learning, Pluriversity is engaged in regenerating life and livelihoods in diverse bioregions and bio-geographies, including his own birthplace (the Nepalese Himalayas), the larger Hindu-Kush Himalayas as well as the in the Andes, and other mountain regions in the world.
Dr. Parajuli has published widely in the intersection of pedagogy, political ecology, food systems, and social sciences. He is the co-editor of the volume, Religion and Sustainable Agriculture (2016). His other publications can be found in the pages of ResearchGate.org and Academia.edu.