Anthropocene Colloquium meeting
Anthropocene Colloquium

The Anthropocene Colloquium is a monthly seminar devoted to the intellectual exchange and critical discussion of new research at the forefront of Anthropocene history and Anthropocene epistemology. Guest speakers are invited to present their current research projects or recently published works, and participants prepare themselves with readings that are circulated one week ahead of the colloquium date. The series is open to all members of the institute as well as past and future members of the research group Anthropocene Formations.

Organizer: Christoph Rosol


Dec 9 Field trip to the exhibition Oil. Beauty and Horror in the Petrol Age (Kunstmusem Wolfsburg)
Nov 10 Ulrich Brand (University of Vienna)
Oct 6
Andrea Westermann (ETH Zürich)
Sept 6
Sebastián Ureta (Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Santiago de Chile / MPIWG)
June 16
Zoltán Boldizsár Simon (Bielefeld University / MPIWG)
May 19
Daniela Russ (University of Toronto)
April 14
Georg Schäfer (MPIWG)
Mar 12
Brian Holmes (Artist and Independent Scholar)
Feb 10
Karolina Sobecka (FHNW, Basel / MPIWG)
Jan 13
Kirsten Hasberg (MPIWG)
Dec 18
Carolyn Taratko (University of Erfurt)
Dec 8
Chris Otter (Ohio State University, Columbus)
Nov 25
Andreas Malm (Lund University)
Nov 10
Adam Wickberg (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm)
Sept 18
Damaris Zurell (University of Potsdam)
Sept 3
Cara New Dagett (Virginia Tech)
June 23
Derek Woods (University of British Columbia, Vancouver)
June 9
Leah Aronowsky (Columbia University, New York)
May 4
Franz Mauelshagen (Universität Bielefeld)
April 20
Johan Gärdebo (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm)
Feb 25
Louise Carver (Lancaster University)
Antonin Pottier (EHESS, Paris)
Jan 29
Simon Turner (University College London)
Jan 14
Luke Keogh (National Wool Museum, Geelong, Aus)
Nov 20
Sabine Höhler (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm)
Nov 5
Ricarda Winkelmann (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research)
Jonathan Donges (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research)
Julia Pongratz (LMU Munich)
Friederike Otto (University of Oxford)
Oct 28
Dominic Boyer (Rice University, Houston)
Oct 1
Patrizia Nanz (IASS Potsdam)
June 6
Daniel Barber (University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia / MPIWG)
May 22
Adam Izdebski (MPI for the Science of Human History, Jena)
April 30
Anja Krieger (Journalist)
March 27
Stefan Brandt (Futurium) at Futurium, Berlin
Feb 15
Salome Rodeck (MPIWG, Leibniz Center for Literary and Cultural Research)