“What Can The Inuit And Nuer Teach Us About Sharing?” in The Huffington Post

Check out this piece from The Sharing Project in the “Impact” section of The Huffington Post. It’s the finale of a series of 7 stories (plus an earlier intro piece) that I’ve been presenting in The Huffington Post in advance of upcoming shows at the Adamski Gallery (April 2-29) in Berlin and The University Art Museum at Cal State Long Beach (June 12-July 12).

In case you missed any of the other stories, here’s all the links in one spot:

The Sharing Project (Intro)

We Share More When We Feel Interconnected

To What Extent Are We Teaching Our Kids To Share?

How Do We Figure Out How Much To Share?

Private Property And Inequity

Campfires, Socialism, And Multi-Level Selection

Shared Resources And Expectations

What Can The Inuit And Nuer Teach Us About Sharing?

“Shared Resources And Expectations” in The Huffington Post

Here’s another piece from The Sharing Project. It contemplates how the Moravians in Wachovia (an area which includes what is now called Winston-Salem) moved from communitarianism to a more capitalistic ethos. “Shared Resources And Expectations” is in the “money” section of The Huffington Post.

“Campfires, Socialism, And Multi-Level Selection” in The Huffington Post

I hope you enjoy reading this piece – “Campfires, Socialism, And Multi-Level Selection” – from The Sharing Project​. It’s in The Huffington Post in the “Arts and Culture” section.

“Private Property And Inequity” in The Huffington Post

In honor of the upcoming Moral March in Raleigh on February 14, here’s a piece from The Sharing Project​ about private property and inequity. It’s in The Huffington Post in the politics section.

“How Do We Figure Out How Much To Share?” in The Huffington Post

Here’s a piece I wrote for The Sharing Project that brings up some of the philosophical issues in play when figuring out how much to share. It’s in The Huffington Post in the “Impact” section.

“To What Extent Are We Teaching Our Kids To Share?” in The Huffington Post

I hope you enjoy this piece I wrote for The Sharing Project. It contemplates the extent that we’re teaching our kids to share and looks at some ways that we may be teaching the opposite. Check it out in The Huffington Post (in the parents section).

“We Share More When We Feel Interconnected” in the Huffington Post

I hope you enjoy reading this piece I wrote for The Sharing Project, called “We Share More When We Feel Interconnected.” It explores some of the psychological forces at play in relationship to sharing and altruism. It’s in the “healthy living” section of The Huffington Post.