Partners and Team 2014 & 2016

The Anthropocene Curriculum is being developed by HKW and the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin.

Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte



The Anthropocene Campus: The Technosphere Issue is part of the long-term project Technosphere (2015-2018), in the framework of the project 100 Years of Now of Haus der Kulturen der Welt.


In cooperation with
cgsc        null        Duke University      

Research Institute for Humanity and Nature        Arhus University


Supported by
Volkswagen Stiftung        Leuphana Universität       Arizona State University   

    Goethe Institut Bhavan       Schwedische Botschaft       Institut français



The Anthropocene Campus: The Anthropocene Issue was part of The Anthropocene Project 2013/14 and was developed by the Haus der Kulturen der Welt and the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin.


In cooperation with
Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte           null           null          


null          Deutsches Museum          Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society          


Funded by
Fritz Thyssen Stiftung        Schering Stiftung        null     null

Goethe-Institut        Lemonaid        Quartiermeister        Botschaft von Portugal in Deutschland        Camões – Instituto da Cooperação e da Língua



Within the framework of the long-term project Technosphere 2015-18, The Anthropocene Campus: The Technosphere Issue collaborates with the publishing platform and online journal continent. toward experimental communication of project outputs.


Anthropocene Curriculum Project Team

Project Head: Katrin Klingan
Scientific Concept: Christoph Rosol
Scientific Advice: Roman Brinzanik, Bernhard Geoghegan, Nicholas Houde
Dramaturgy: Janek Müller
Program Coordination: Cordula Hamschmidt
Project Coordination: Carlina Rossée
Coordination Students’ Admission: Patricia Maurer
Project Assistance:  Laura Berking, Anna Sophie Luhn, Liona Neubert, Marlene Schenk, Olga Sievers
Production: Quirin Wildgen, Claudia Peters, Nadia Herrmann
Interns: Lina Brion, Anna Chwialkowska, Niklas Egberts, Mario Michel
Communication Department / Internet editors: Silvia Fehrmann, Eva Stein, Jan Köhler, Franziska Wegener, Natália Weicsekova, Sabine Willig


Part of 100 Years of Now, supported by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media due to a ruling of the German Bundestag

Haus der Kulturen der Welt is supported by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as well as by the Federal Foreign Office.

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