Happy holidays to everyone and see you in September

 

The Anthropocene Research Group – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Activities and research


The research group will explore theoretical and political paradigms emerging in the context of anthropocenic discourses. Biopolitical and autonomist perspectives will be addressed and problematized through a contamination with geontological, ecological, posthumanist, decolonial, indigenous, queer, and vitalist approaches. Our primary goal is to promote unsettling theoretical encounters by organizing workshops, talks, conferences, and public debates.

 

People


Coordinator
Federico Luisetti, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Members
Sam Amago, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Silvia Contarini-Hak, Université Paris-Nanterre
Joost de Bloois, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Emilio del Valle EscalanteThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Monica JansenUniversiteit Utrecht
Davide Luglio, Université Paris-Sorbonne
Karen Pinkus, Cornell University
Jessica Tanner, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

 

Contacts


For more information and for any question please contact:
Francesco Bratos, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

 

Site


http://anthropocene.web.unc.edu/