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TEACHING IN THE ANTHROPOCENE [ENG]

Le 25 janvier 2021

Gratuit

4 pm - 6 pm [Paris Time UTC+1]

Hôtel 71
© Nathan Dumlao - Unsplash
© Nathan Dumlao - Unsplash
We can build an understanding of the entry into the Anthropocene from the study of the « great acceleration » post 1950, hence focus on approaches that allow us to understand the systemic nature of this phenomenon. For that purpose, we need to seek a way of teaching that would no longer be disciplinary and that would not focus on climate change exclusively. It is therefore essential, through a pedagogy by project, to make pupils / students understand the ethical and political stakes of the Anthropocene issues and thus to allow the decentering of views and approaches.

With :
Joël Chevrier (France), Professor of physics at the University of Grenoble Alpes
Daniel Cohen
(USA), sociologist, assistant professor of sociology at the University of Pennsylvania
Rebecca Elliott (USA/UK), sociologist, assistant professor of sociology at London School of Economics and Political Science
Nicolas Freud (France), engineer and physics professor at the Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon (INSA)
Natacha Gondran (France), professor of environmental assessment at Mines Saint-Etienne / UMR 5600 EVS
Juliet Schor (USA), economist and sociologist at Boston College

Co-hosted :

Eric Klinenberg (USA), sociologist, professor of sociology, Director of the Institute for Public Knowledge
Michel Lussault (France), Director of the École Urbaine de Lyon, geographer

In collaboration with The Institute for Public Knowledge (New York University)


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