Opening Weekend

During the opening weekend, the instructors of the Campus seminars presented and discussed their topics and methodologies based on specific case studies. The presentations were arranged along the three clusters “Representing”, “Connecting” and “Claiming.”

The welcome speech to the Campus was held by Bernd Scherer (director, Haus der Kulturen der Welt) and Jürgen Renn (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin). Listen to the Audio.

Anthropocene Campus, ©Sera Cakal

Cluster Representing

Which images, media, and models are able to develop scenarios in order to grasp the Anthropocene in its historical depth, its cultural shadows, and complex interactions? more...

Anthropocene Campus, ©Sera Cakal

Cluster Connecting

How can we combine knowledge skills to better understand the interactions between Earth and humanity, models of evaluation and environmental change, and social and technological developments? more...

Anthropocene Campus, ©Sera Cakal

Cluster Claiming

How can we co-shape the Anthropocene - with all its "geopolitical" consequences - interlinking global dimensions and local interest, the individual and the collective perspective? more...