Sander van der Leeuw pioneered the application of the complex adaptive systems (CAS) approach to long-term human-environment dynamics. He taught in Amsterdam, Leyden, Cambridge (UK), and Paris before becoming the founding director of Arizona State University’s interdisciplinary School of Human Evolution and Social Change. He is now a foundation professor in that school and in the School of Sustainability, and a director of ASU’s Complex Adaptive Systems Initiative. He is external professor of the Santa Fe Institute and a corresponding member of the Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Instructor, Campus 2016 (Co-Evolutionary Perspectives on the Technosphere Seminar)
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