March 6, 2020DeKay Among Inaugural Consortium of Integral Scholars
Professor of Architecture Mark DeKay is one of two architects among the 36 inaugural members of the newly-founded International Consortium of Integral Scholars. Integral Theory uses pluralistic perspectives and methods to understand complex phenomena in many disciplines, from medicine to business to design. The Consortium is intended to identify and network expertise among Integral Scholars in an effort to support each other’s theoretical clarity, research design, and the sharing of resources. Additional missions include supporting the efforts of graduate student researchers utilizing Integral Theory and the promotion of academic and research conferences.
The group is chaired by clinical psychologist Tom Habib, and includes scholars from 16 countries, such as philosopher Ken Wilber, psychiatrist Roger Walsh, developmental theorist Susanne Cook-Greuter and Integral European Conference director Bence Ganti. The group’s first meeting will be in May 2020 at the Integral European Conference in Hungary.