Next Anthropocene reading group meeting Wednesday 13th March 3-4pm room 3910 at SIAT The confliction of discourses gathered by the Anthropocene swerve through histories (and futures) of slaughter and dispossession, to technological utopias built on hope and community. As scholars of technology it is imperative that we engage with the material geopolitics of the technologies that … Continue reading Truth or Dare? Anthropocene narratives of hope and grief
Next Anthropocene reading group 3pm January 23rd room 3910 at SIAT 2018 was rife with grim news about the the health of our planet. From the sobering IPCC Report that claims a likely 1.5 degree increase or more in global temperature by 2052, to the death of the last male White Rhino At the dawn of this new year … Continue reading Anthropocene Reading Group 2019!
Hi friends, we are looking forward to welcome you to the next meetign of the Anthropocene Reading group on Wednesday, November 7th 11am-12 in room 3910 at SIAT. The readings for this meeting are: Donna Haraway in conversation with Martha Kenney – Anthropocene, Capitalocene, Chthulhocene, in Art in the Anthropocene. And a talk by Graham Harman given … Continue reading Anthropocene Group meeting November 7th
In 2000 scientists Paul J. Crutzen and Eugene F. Strommer popularized the term “Anthropocene” to define our current geological era in which humans are considered to be the main drivers behind global geological and environmental change in our planet. Since then, critiques to the anthropocentrism of the term —from Anthrobscene (Parikka 2015), Chthulucene (Haraway 2015), … Continue reading ABOUT CMAS ANTHROPOCENE READING GROUP