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Human-Thing-World: A long road to the Anthropocene

Mankind and its imprint on nature

Human activity is and has been a decisive factor in history. For centuries, human beings have been influencing and changing our environment, above all through the things that we use and invent. Climate change, overexploitation of resources and environmental damage – but also resilience – are not exclusively modern phenomena. Did the Anthropocene begin much earlier or is it really just a diagnosis of the current crisis?

Discussion

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Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage 1
60327 Frankfurt am Main
Germany

German
Römisch-Germanische Kommission des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts
The event is free of charge

Participants

Dr. Sabine Wolfram

Direktorin des Staatlichen Museums für Archäologie Chemnitz / director of the State Museum of Archaeology Chemnitz

Prof. Volker Moosbrugger

Generaldirektor der Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung / general director of the Senckenberg Society for Nature Research

Prof. Hans Peter Hahn

Professor für Ethnologie an der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt / professor of ethnology at Goethe University Frankfurt

Joachim Müller-Jung

Leiter des Ressorst Natur und Wissenschaft der FAZ / head of the nature and science desk at "FAZ"