Starting in August 2018, Counterpoint will engage in a number of activities that bring together diverse knowledge systems.
Publications (reports, policy papers, articles, books, podcasts), accessible through the Counterpoint website
The Navigating Knowledge Blog (an important hub for information, reaching diverse audiences and responding to current discussions and events; blog posts by the Counterpoint team, members of the Advisory Board, and invited authors)
Seminars, focusing on specific topics (e.g., art as a knowledge system; shamanism between tradition and reconstruction; science, magic, and occultism)
Thematic workshops with experts from different backgrounds bringing in their perspectives (e.g., the ‘language of nature’; the ‘material’ and the ‘natural’ in comparative perspective; power structures and dominant knowledge systems)
Roundtables with stakeholders from diverse contexts, such as practitioners, policy-makers, and scholars (e.g., opportunities and challenges of alternative healing methods; personhood of rivers and places in legal and political perspective; integrating indigenous knowledge in higher education)
Advice and counseling (for individuals who have questions on topics related to Counterpoint’s research spectrum)