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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2023-24

ANTH 50.18 Anthropocene Imaginaries

The world warms, and global environmental imaginaries transform. Evolving representations of culture and environment have compelling implications for human rights and indigenous sovereignties over land, water and natural resources. Human security will be shaped not only by the unfolding impacts of climate change, but also by how we frame the understandings and ethical commitments we articulate in response to them. This course will explore the anthropology of climate change, and consider how visions and aesthetics of place in the twenty-first century are interconnected with transforming global discourses about environmental security, governance and power. Blending environmental humanities and social science perspectives, we will also reflect upon critical approaches to political ecology and the idea of “the Anthropocene” itself.

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