人新世的転回<br>The Anthropocenic Turn : The Interplay between Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Responses to a New Age

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人新世的転回
The Anthropocenic Turn : The Interplay between Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Responses to a New Age

  • 著者名:DÜRBECK, GABRIELE (EDT)/HÜPKES, PHILIP (EDT)
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  • Routledge(2020/03/12発売)
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  • 言語:ENG
  • ISBN:9780367480158
  • eISBN:9781000058307

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Description

This interdisciplinary volume discusses whether the increasing salience of the Anthropocene concept in the humanities and the social sciences constitutes an "Anthropocenic turn." The Anthropocene discourse creates novel conceptual configurations and enables scholars to re-negotiate and re-contextualize long-established paradigms, premises, theories and methodologies. These innovative constellations stimulate fresh research in many areas of thought and practice. The contributors to this volume respond to the proposition of an "Anthropocene turn" from the perspective of diverse research fields, including history of science, philosophy, environmental humanities and political science as well as literary, art and media studies. Altogether, the collection reveals to which extent the Anthropocene concept challenges deep-seated assumptions across disciplines. It invites readers to explore the wealth of scholarly perspectives on the Anthropocene as well as unexpected inter- and transdisciplinary connections.

Table of Contents

Anthropocenic Turn?—An Introduction

Gabriele Dürbeck and Philip Hüpkes

Section 1: Creating Knowledge in the Anthropocene

Chapter 1

The "Material Turn" and the "Anthropocenic Turn" from a History of Science Perspective Hans-Jörg Rheinberger

Chapter 2

The Anthropocene and the History of Science

Jürgen Renn

Chapter 3

The Dirty Metaphysics of Fossil Freedom

Franz Mauelshagen

Chapter 4

Oriental Wisdom for the Planet? Thoughts on Asia and the Anthropocene, with Special Emphasis on China

Hannes Bergthaller

Section 2: Narrating the Anthropocene

Chapter 5

Safe Conduct: The Anthropocene and the Tragic

Bernhard Malkmus

Chapter 6

Scaling, Modelling, Teaching: The Anthropocene from a Literature Pedagogy Perspective

Roman Bartosch

Chapter 7

Dating the Anthropocene: Why Deciding on a Start Date for the Most Recent Geological Epoch Matters

Philipp Pattberg and Michael Davies-Venn

Chapter 8

When Humans Become Nature

Bernd Scherer

Section 3: Sensing the Anthropocene

Chapter 9

Latency, Entanglement, Scale. Challenges for an Aesthetics of the Anthropocene

Eva Horn

Chapter 10

The Urgency of a New Humanities: Sensing the Anthropocene as a State of Exception

Gregers Andersen and Stefan Gaarsmand Jacobsen

Chapter 11

Filming through the Milieu. Becoming Extinct and the Anthropocene

Julia Bee

Chapter 12

Seeds—Boundary Objects of the Anthropocene

Alexandra R. Toland

Chapter 13

The Garden and the Cloud: Art, Media, and the Dilemmas of the Anthropocene

Serenella Iovino