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Nov
12

Anthropocene: Epochs of Loss

  • Where: Virtual
  • When: Nov 12, 12:00 pm
  • Registration link: Click here
  • Campus: Off Campus
  • Event Type: Public

Part 2 of a 2 part public lecture & seminar discussion between Carnegie Mellon’s Environmental Humanities Research Seminar and the CMU Humanities Center’s current initiative on Climate Justice. Ruth Mostern and Michael Goodhart will discuss the Anthropocene: Epoch of Loss, an initiative sponsored by Pitt’s World History Center, Global Studies Center, and rovost’s Year of Creativity. Listen to a podcast about it here!  More details below:

Thursday, November 11, at 4:30 PM: public lecture on “Diaries of the Epoch of Loss, or Introducing Some Unanswerable Questions.”  Please RSVP to receive the Zoom link.  Brief background text here

Friday, November 12, at noon: seminar discussion of “Epochs of Loss: Toward a Proposal for a Website, a Course, and a Book.”   Please RSVP to receive the Zoom link. Access the corresponding paper here. There is also an Appendix, available here.

  • Michael Goodhart, Professor of Political Science and Gender Studies at University of Pittsburgh
  • Ruth Mostern, Associate Professor of History and Director of World History Center at University of Pittsburgh
ADD TO CALENDAR 12-11-2021 12:00 pm 12-11-2021 America/Los_Angeles Anthropocene: Epochs of Loss

Part 2 of a 2 part public lecture & seminar discussion between Carnegie Mellon’s Environmental Humanities Research Seminar and the CMU Humanities Center’s current initiative on Climate Justice. Ruth Mostern and Michael Goodhart will discuss the Anthropocene: Epoch of Loss, an initiative sponsored by Pitt’s World History Center, Global Studies Center, and rovost’s Year of Creativity. Listen to a podcast about it here!  More details below:

Thursday, November 11, at 4:30 PM: public lecture on “Diaries of the Epoch of Loss, or Introducing Some Unanswerable Questions.”  Please RSVP to receive the Zoom link.  Brief background text here

Friday, November 12, at noon: seminar discussion of “Epochs of Loss: Toward a Proposal for a Website, a Course, and a Book.”   Please RSVP to receive the Zoom link. Access the corresponding paper here. There is also an Appendix, available here.

  • Michael Goodhart, Professor of Political Science and Gender Studies at University of Pittsburgh
  • Ruth Mostern, Associate Professor of History and Director of World History Center at University of Pittsburgh
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