Sam Mickey is an adjunct professor in the Theology and
Religious Studies department at the University of San Francisco.
His area of specialization is philosophical and religious
perspectives on ecological issues. He co-edited Integral Ecologies:
Nature, Culture, and Knowledge in the Planetary Era (SUNY, 2014).
He has also taught in the M.A. program in the Engaged Humanities at
Pacifica Graduate Institute, and he has worked for the Forum on Religion and
, a multicultural and international project to work with
religious traditions in efforts to cultivate a deeper understanding
of environmental problems. Dr. Mickey received his PhD on the
Integral Ecology track in the Philosophy, Cosmology, and
Consciousness program at the California Institute of Integral
Studies and came to USF in 2008.