April 4, 2023
Anthropocene Working Group 2009 –
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The Anthropocene Working Group (AWG) is an interdisciplinary geoscience research group dedicated to the investigation of the chronostratigraphic reality of the Anthropocene. The AWG was established in 2009 by the Subcommission on Quaternary Stratigraphy (SQS), a component body of the International Commission on Stratigraphy (ICS), the committee that oversees the standards and requirements for the ongoing review and further completion of the geologic time scale. (...)
Anthropocene Curriculum
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Berlin, Germany
The Anthropocene Curriculum began in 2013 as a long-term initiative exploring frameworks for critical knowledge and education in our ongoing transition into a new, human dominated geological epoch—the Anthropocene. The project has drawn together heterogeneous knowledge practices, inviting academics, artists, and activists from around the world to co-develop curricular experiments that collectively respond to this crisis of the customary. It has done so by producing experimental co-learning situations and research possibilities for transdisciplinary collaboration that are capable of explicitly tackling the epistemic and geo-social dimensions of knowledge that are at stake in this new epoch.