Elisabet Sahtouris is a Greek-American evolutionary biologist, futurist, business consultant, event organizer and UN consultant on indigenous peoples. She is a popular lecturer, television and radio personality, author of EarthDance, Biology Revisioned co-authored with Willis Harman and A Walk Through Time: From Stardust To Us.
She has been invited to China by the Chinese National Science Association, organized Earth Celebration 2000 in Athens, Greece, and has been a United Nations consultant on indigenous peoples. She was a participant in the Humanity 3000 dialogues of the Foundation for the Future and in the Synthesis Dialogues with the Dalai Lama in Dharamsala. She consults with corporations and government organizations in Australia, Brazil, and the United States.
Dr. Sahtouris completed her postdoctoral work at the American Museum of Natural History in New York and taught at the University of Massachusetts and MIT. She was a science writer for the Horizon/Nova television series. She has lived extensively in Greece and the Peruvian Andes. She promotes a vision she believes will result in the sustainable health and well-being of humanity within the larger living systems of Earth and the cosmos.
Elisabet Sahtouris appears in the feature documentary film about the Dalai Lama, entitled Dalai Lama Renaissance.
Elisabet Sahtouris has written that the collapse of wave functions in quantum mechanics is a result of conscious interaction, a theory that is an element of quantum mysticism. 
Gaia seminars and co-work with James Lovelock and Lynn Margulis.
Skills for the Age of Sustainability: Tachi Kiuchi's Tokyo newsletter, The Bridge, May 2002
Living Systems in Evolution. World Parliament of Religions. Cape Town, South Africa, December 1999
Earthdance - Living Systems in Evolution (with prologue by Brian Swimme and epilog by Sidney Liebes).
Biology Revisioned, with Willis Harman, North Atlantic Publishers 1998. ISBN 1-55643-267-4
A Walk Through Time: From Stardust to Us, Wiley 1998.
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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