Exchange on Geo-Inheritance
With Lesley Green and Francine M. G. McCarthy and the artists Giulia Bruno and Armin Linke
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Stratigraphic analyses of the Anthropocene’s geology and debates on the decolonization of nature (in the arts and humanities) have pursued radically different paths in zooming in on the human histories left in soils, rocks and sediments. Yet, a shared sense of urgency underpins these different interests. As scientists and humanities scholars need to weigh the politics of their own work in very different ways, what alliances and common questions can help to work toward a science of partnerships, especially in processes that include more-than-human entities?