Economics for the Anthropocene
Economics for the Anthropocene (E4A) is a graduate training and research partnership designed to improve how the social sciences and humanities connect to ecological and economic realities and challenges of the Anthropocene. Overarching goals are to articulate, teach and apply a new understanding of human-Earth relationships grounded in and informed by the insights of contemporary science.
Based at McGill University, York University and University of Vermont, E4A forms the core of the partnership that includes academic, government, and NGO partners.
Navigators of the Anthopocene
Topics: Limits to Growth, Political Economy, Spirituality & Radical Ontologies, Environmental Politics, Energy/Complexity, Indigenous Politics, Resources, reMaker society, Open-source Economics, Distributism, Transition, Degrowth, neo-Paganism, preppers and prepping
Disciplinary background: historical sociology, social/analytical psychology, social anthropology, ecological economics, history, human ecology, pagan studies, environmental studies, radical geography, Big History
For further details contact: Dr Stephen Quilley
Academic papers: https://uwaterloo.academia.edu/StephenQuilley