'Journey Of The Universe:' The Challenge Of Telling Everybody's Story

By Ursula Goodenough
NPR 13.7 – Cosmos and Culture
March 31, 2011

I imagine that a number of 13.7 readers have at one time or another watched (some of) the 13-hour Cosmos series with Carl Sagan, released in 1980.

Last weekend I went to the first public screening of Journey of the Universe, a one-hour movie directed and produced by the co-director of the Cosmos series David Kennard.

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The Universe in One Hour

By Juliana Hanle
Yale Daily News
March 28, 2011

Two Yale professors would like to rename the Big Bang.

“The Great Flaring Forth,” would be more apt, joint School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and Divinity School professors Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim argued in their film “Journey of the Universe,” which premiered Friday night in Kroon Hall.

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Journey of the Universe Film to Premiere March 25

Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies
March 2011

A documentary film that explores the connections between humanity, Earth and the cosmos, "Journey of the Universe," will premiere on Friday, March 25, at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies.

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Mary Evelyn Tucker partners with cosmologist Brian Swimme on Journey of the Universe

By Frank Brown
Assistant Director, Publications
Yale Divinity School - Notes from the Quad

Yale Divinity School Senior Lecturer Mary Evelyn Tucker is partnering with cosmologist Brian Swimme on an ambitious multi-media project that aims to convey the nature of our physical world by tapping the perspectives of a multitude of disciplines, from astronomy to theology and religious history.

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Film Premiere: Journey of the Universe

Environment: YALE magazine
Fall 2010

“Journey of the Universe,” a documentary film that draws together scientific discoveries in astronomy, biodiversity, biology, ecology and geology with humanistic insights concerning the nature of the universe, will premiere at a conference on the same topic from March 24 to 27 in Kroon Hall. The film, produced by Mary Evelyn Tucker, a co-director of the Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology, is designed not only to show humanity’s wondrous connection to the cosmos but also to inspire people to form a new and closer relationship with our planet during a period of environmental and social crisis.

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