Anthropocene Lectures

2017—2018

The Anthropocene – the geological epoch of humans – has established itself as a key concept within a wider scientific and social discourse. In the midst of the dramatic and destabilizing changes wrought by it, new potential for human action upon the Earth demand exploration, asking: Which forms of cooperation could arise from a new awareness of the human role in interlacing nature and technology?

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Bruno Latour: Anthropocene Lecture

Original version May 4, 2018

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Bruno Latour: Anthropocene Lecture (German)

German translation May 4, 2018

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Bernd Scherer: Introduction (German)

Part of “Anthropocene Lecture: Bruno Latour” German original version May 4, 2018

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Discussion with Bruno Latour, Hans Joachim Schellnhuber

Part of “Anthropocene Lecture: Bruno Latour“ Moderated by Bernd Scherer English original version May 4, 2018

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Discussion with Bruno Latour, Hans Joachim Schellnhuber (German)

Part of “Anthropocene Lecture: Bruno Latour“ Moderated by Bernd Scherer German translation May 4, 2018

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Talk with Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing, Bergit Arends

As part of "Anthropocene Lecture: Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing" Original version Mar 27, 2018

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Bernd Scherer: Introduction

As part of "Anthropocene Lecture: Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing" Original version Introduction, Mar 27, 2018

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Bergit Arends: Input

As part of "Anthropocene Lecture: Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing" Original version Input, Mar 27, 2018

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Conversation with McKenzie Wark and Giulia Rispoli

Part of “Anthropocene Lecture: McKenzie Wark” English original version May 18, 2017

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Anthropocene Lecture: McKenzie Wark

English original version May 18, 2017