UCL Anthropocene


UCL Anthropocene Events

UCL Anthropocene programmes events which reflect the diversity of the subject, with regular seminars, lectures, debates and conferences through the year. All seminars will take place online this term.


1 March 2021, 13:00-14:00 - 'Cultural Ecology'

VIRTUAL EVENT: Reimagining Museums for Climate Action: An Ecological View - Colin Sterling (University of Amsterdam)

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See the Cultural Ecology webpage for more information on the seminar programme.

This event is free and will take place online. All welcome.

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2 March 2021, 1530–1730 -  ‘Anthropocene Histories’

VIRTUAL EVENT: ‘Thinking with extinction’. A panel discussion.

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Elizabeth Boakes (UCL): ‘Living with extinction’
Lee Raye (Open University): ‘Coping with loss’
Sadiah Qureshi (Birmingham): ‘The frozen ark and new definitions of extinction’
Sandra Swart (Stellenbosch): ‘Frankenzebra - a historian thinks about zombie zoology’
An IHR Anthropocene Histories seminar. 
Seminar convenors: Anna Echterhölter (Vienna), Sophie Page (UCL), Amanda Power (Oxford), John Sabapathy (UCL), Sujit Sivasundaram (Cambridge)

All welcome.

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VIRTUAL EVENT: Thinking Like a Climate - Hannah Knox (UCL, Anthropology)

Thinking like a climate - Hannah Knox

We are delighted to celebrate the launch of 'Thinking Like a Climate' (Duke University Press, 2020) by Hannah Knox (UCL, Anthropology) 

This event is free and will take place online.

All welcome. Do not hesitate to contact us if you need assistance on the day.