January 23-24, 2014, Klipsch Theater, IUPUI Campus Center, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN
Rivers of the Anthropocene is a transdisciplinary project examining global river systems since 1750. Approaching rivers and their landscapes not simply as natural phenomena but as human-nature entanglements, an international network of researchers, policy makers, artists, teachers, and community organizations seek to create a new framework for understanding and addressing one of the most pressing ecological issues of the 21st century: water security.
The Rivers of the Anthropocene Project kicks off with a conference in Indianapolis on January 23-24. The event will focus on transdisciplinary conceptual and methodological models for discussing the geographical, cultural, social, political, historical, and scientific facets of river ecologies.
Helen Berry • Timothy Carter • Celia Deane-Drummond • Matt Edgeworth • Tom Evans • Gabriel Filippelli • Tom Iseley • Stephanie C. Kane • Jason M. Kelly • Andy Large • Kenneth Lubinski • Pamela Martin • Sina Marx • Caron Newman • Claudia Pahl-Wostl • Silvia Secchi • Philip Scarpino • James Syvitski • Nigel Thornton • Sam Turner • Charles Vörösmarty • Bill Werkheiser • Mark Williams • Jan Zalasiewicz.