This course takes place twice a week, on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, and is led by Dr. Joanne Moyer.
Voluntary Simplicity has a long history as a personal and community response to societal concerns ranging from poverty and inequality to problematic cultural influences and environmental degradation. This course examines the concept, theory, and practice of Voluntary Simplicity as an alternative value system and lifeway. The course explores Voluntary Simplicity's historical roots and contemporary expressions, emphasizing its contribution to environmental sustainability, social justice, community vitality, and personal well-being.
Available as a public access course
This course is available as a non-credit public access course (ENVS120). Public access non-credit courses are offered at a reduced rate, and you do not need to be a King's student to register.
Looking to take this course for credit? Find it under the course code ENVS320. Apply today.