The IAS is delighted to announce the final event in the IAS Time Theme series.
The final workshop opens up both conceptual and pragmatic perspectives on living in a new epoch called (inter alia) the Anthropocene. The natural and social sciences as well as the humanities have recently been finding common ground in their diagnoses of the current age as both a geological/palaeobiological and historical epoch in which human beings have become the crucial factor shaping the Earth and the life inhabiting it. The workshop addresses both how we define this epoch from a multidisciplinary perspective and how we can practically live in and with it.
We will be welcoming the following IAS Visiting Fellows:
- Dr Joanna Boehnert (Loughborough University)
- Professor Mark Williams (University of Leicester)
- Professor Elizabeth Chatterjee (History, University of Chicago, USA)
For further information about the IAS Annual Theme: Time, please visit: https://www.lboro.ac.uk/research/ias/programmes/time/
Contact and booking details
- Katy Wing
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