Dr Cullan Joyce is a passionate collaborator, activist, and meditation practitioner and is an Insight Fellow at the University of Melbourne’s Contemplative Studies Centre. He has 20 years of living with, studying, and practising different Buddhist and Christian contemplative traditions in Australia and overseas, particularly China and Vietnam. He has lived (now part-time) in a contemplative interfaith community outside Melbourne since 2018.

He helped organise Extinction Rebellion Regenerative Culture or Regen until 2021 by supporting the community’s well-being and providing care during disruptive actions. He collaborates with several activist and deep-ecology spaces to curate a sustainable, regenerative culture.

His research examines how the insights and practices of contemplative traditions can support communities during the Anthropocene.

This profile was last updated on December 6, 2023

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