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Performing the Anthropocene

LIbrary resources guide for the Humanities Lab at ASU Performing the Anthropocene, collaborative course investigating possible climate futures.

Performing the Anthropocene Fall 2020

Collaborative course that investigate possible climate futures. Through a somatic, poetic exploration of these larger global issues tied to human consumption, technology, and isolation, this class aims to create a visceral, dynamic approach to these challenging themes impacting our current geological age, the Anthropocene.

Getting Started

This guide includes tools to help guide your research throughout the fall semester, and includes: databases for finding articles, links to library services, and tools.

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