SBS D Forum 2020 – 박범순, 김홍중, 전치형 강연

SDF (SBS D Forum) 2020
겪어본 적 없는 세상, 새로운 생존의 조건
2020. 10. 30.

SDF 포럼에서 인류세 센터 핵심연구원들이 강연을 진행하였습니다!

박범순, 인류세와 팬데믹
Buhm Soon Park – The Anthropocene and Pandemics

김홍중 – 사회계약을 넘어 자연계약으로
Hong-Jung Kim – From Social Contract to Natural Contract

전치형 – 처음 겪는 공기, 다시 찾은 과학
Chihyung Jeon – Rediscovering Science in the Age of Air Crises

입법극장 2화, “지구와의 협상은 이미 늦었다?”

입법극장 2화 | 지구와의 협상은 이미 늦었다?

2020년 6월 3일, 일민미술관에서 있었던 입법극장 “지구와의 협상은 이미 늦었다?”의 유튜브 영상입니다.

진행: 조주현(일민미술관 학예실장), 김한민(아티스트, ‹아무튼, 비건› 저자)
촌극: 김자한(연출가)
강연: 최명애(KAIST 인류세연구센터 교수)
토크: 황민연(‹몸에도 미니멀리즘› 저자)

사회: 김한민(아티스트, ‹아무튼, 비건› 저자)
패널: 박범순(KAIST 인류세연구센터 소장), 김도희(변호사, 동물의 권리를 옹호하는 변호사 모임), 이지연(동물해방물결 공동대표), 김영환(동물법비교연구회 연구원)

프로그램 기획: 조주현, 박혜수
진행: 일민미술관 학예팀
협력 기획: 서울대학교 국제대학원 국제이주와포용사회 센터, KAIST 인류세연구센터
촬영: 미디어스코프
후원: 서울특별시, 서울문화재단

Julia Adeney Thomas, “Stratum and Stories: The Multidisciplinary Anthropocene”

[Keynote Lecture]
“Stratum and Stories: The Multidisciplinary Anthropocene”
Speaker: Julia Adeney Thomas (University of Notre Dame)

International Symposium on Anthropocene Studies
Dec. 11, 2019
@ National Folk Museum of Korea

Lecture Abstract
The “Anthropocene” is first and foremost a geological concept, but understanding how human forces and Earth System forcings have conjoined to transform the planet and our current options requires a multidisciplinary effort. This presentation argues that the complexity of the Anthropocene requires new ways of producing knowledge that bring disciplines into conversation with each other.  However, multidisciplinarity is not the same as interdisciplinarity.  Interdisciplinarity integrates different kinds of knowledge to produce a single, coherent synthesis, but the Anthropocene is far too complex for such an approach. Because the Anthropocene itself is multifaceted, multiscalar, and the product of a recent coalescence of human activities, some having very deep origins such as the mastery of fire by our ancestral species and others, such as tourism, becoming widespread only recently. To assume that the Earth System and human systems operate separately is to misunderstand what’s happening, and yet to suggest that no difference exists between geology’s scales, methods, and questions and the scales, methods, and questions important to social scientists and humanists is to over-simplify the situation and suggest that a single solution to this problem is within reach. 

Will Steffen, “The Anthropocene: The Risks of the Human Epoch”

[Keynote Lecture]
“The Anthropocene: The Risks of the Human Epoch”
Speaker: Will Steffen (Australian National University)

International Symposium on Anthropocene Studies
Dec. 10-11, 2019
@ National Folk Museum of Korea

Lecture Abstract
The concept of the Anthropocene – and indeed the term “Anthropocene”-  arose from the Earth System science community nearly two decades ago. While research in the Earth System science and geological communities has continued to refine and sharpen the scientific definition of the Anthropocene, the concept has exploded onto the scene in the social sciences and humanities, and in the public in general. Debates rage about the origins, meaning and the future trajectory of the Anthropocene. The accelerating changes to the Earth System pose serious risks to the future of human societies as well as to the rest of life on Earth. The climate system is changing rapidly and could tip onto an irreversible ‘Hothouse Earth’ trajectory, while the biosphere is likely headed toward the sixth great extinction event in its long history. With these trajectories threatening to accelerate out of human control, young people are rising up to demand change. The student strikes of 15 March and 20 September 2019 are sending a clear message that the risks of the current Anthropocene trajectory are unacceptable to the next generation. Steering the Earth System onto a safer pathway is clearly our ultimate challenge in the 21st century, and although the challenge is immense and time is running out, the framework for a more equitable, sustainable world is beginning to emerge.

Inaugural Ceremony lectures on Youtube

Inaugural Ceremony lectures on Youtube

Inaugural Ceremony Lectures
Dec. 18, 2018
Daejeon, South Korea

1. “Global Change and Local Knowledge: The Anthropocene in Korea”
Speaker: Scott Gabriel Knowles (Drexel University)
(스캇 가브리엘 놀즈 교수)

2. “Rethinking Natureculture: Anthropocene, Capitalocene, Robotocene” Speaker: Buhm Soon Park (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Graduate School of Science, Technology, and Policy)

카이스트 인류세 센터 개소식 센터장 강연
“자연문화의 변혁: 인류세, 자본세, 로봇세”
강연자: 박범순 (KAIST 과학기술정책대학원 교수)

3. “Earthbound Knowledge: The Anthropocene Curriculum”
Speakers: Katrin Klingan and Christoph Rosol