Campus 2016: The Technosphere Issue

2016, Apr 14 — 22

In an ongoing trans-disciplinary collaboration initiated by Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin) and the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (Berlin), around forty scholars from around the world, working in the natural, environmental, and social sciences, as well as the humanities, arts, and architecture, will continue to jointly develop an Anthropocene Curriculum.

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Closing Session: Anthropocene Campus study presentation by Manjana Milkoreit

Anthropocene Curriculum Campus: The Technosphere Issue 2016, Apr 14, Thu — 2016, Apr 22, Fr

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Report Session for the seminar Techno-Metabolism

Anthropocene Curriculum Campus: The Technosphere Issue 2016, Apr 14, Thu — 2016, Apr 22, Fr

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Report Session of the seminar Feral Technologies

Anthropocene Curriculum Campus: The Technosphere Issue 2016, Apr 14, Thu — 2016, Apr 22, Fr

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Report Session for the seminar Axiomatic Earth

Anthropocene Curriculum Campus: The Technosphere Issue 2016, Apr 14, Thu — 2016, Apr 22, Fr

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Campus: The Technosphere Issue

Anthropocene Curriculum | Campus: The Technosphere Issue 2016, Apr 14, Thu — 2016, Apr 22, Fri