WorldCanvass ReCap: Energy Cultures and the Age of the Anthropocene

As part of a special symposium by the Obermann Center for Advanced Studies, Joan Kjaer and her WorldCanvass guests explored the topic of "Energy Cultures and the Age of the Anthropocene" on March 3, 2015 at FilmScene in Iowa City.

The program was followed by a free screening of the documentary, “The Great Invisible,” about the social and environmental effects of the Deepwater/Horizon/Macondo disaster and oil spill in 2010. For more information on the other events in the symposium, visit the UI Anthropocene site.

Below is a recap of the event with access to see and hear the full program. If you have questions regarding WorldCanvass, please contact joan-kjaer@uiowa.edu

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Part 1- What is the Anthropocene? What is energy?

Part 2- Environment as a right

Part 3- The human touch

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Part 1- What is the Anthropocene? What is energy?

Part 2- Environment as a right

Part 3- The human touch

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