In 2000, the atmospheric chemist Paul Crutzen and the limnologist Eugene Stoermer formulated the well-known Anthropocene hypothesis, according to which the natural history of the Earth entered a new chapter characterized by the harmful or disturbing impact of human activities on the dynamics of the planet
Transforming a Precarious Present
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‘Cities’ Journal Special Issue CFP
Call for papers:
National Endowment of the Humanities Summer Institute:
GLOBAL GEOGRAPHIES OF KNOWLEDGE: CREATING, REPRESENTING, AND COMMODIFYING IDEAS ACROSS EARLY MODERN PLACES (1400-1800)
June 26, 2023 - July 21, 2023 at Saint Louis University
Directors: Claire Gilbert, Fabien Montcher, Charles Parker
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Oikography: Homemaking through Photography
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