Jason M. Kelly

A History of the Anthropocene

Jason M. Kelly

A History of the Anthropocene is a book project that provides a historical overview of the deep history of the Anthropocene, exploring the history of the concept and its lived realities. 

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Rivers of the Anthropocene

Project Director: Jason M. Kelly

Rivers of the Anthropocene is a a Transdisciplinary Research Network that examines water systems as a way to understand Sociocultural and Biogeophysical entanglements in the Anthropocene. 

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The Anthropocene Household

Project Directors: Jason M. Kelly and Fiona P. McDonald

The Anthropocene Household Project explores the Anthropocene at the local level by focusing on the household as a way to better understand lived experiences, knowledges, and practices associated with environmental change. The Anthropocene Household is a Project of the Rivers of the Anthropocene Network. The project is funded by the IU Grand Challenges: Prepared for Environmental Change initiative and is affiliated with the Memory, Place and Community in Global Water Systems Working Group of the Sustainable Water Future Programme, a project of Future Earth.

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Museum of the Anthropocene

Project Director: Jason M. Kelly

Developed by Jason M. Kelly, Mark Kesling, and Fiona P. McDonald

The Museum of the Anthropocene (MoA) is a globally networked museum made up of interactive exhibitions that utilize urban topographies to demonstrate scientific concepts and the consequences of human activity. MoA is a project of Rivers of the Anthropocene and THE MEMORY, PLACE AND COMMUNITY IN GLOBAL WATER SYSTEMS WORKING GROUP OF THE SUSTAINABLE WATER FUTURE PROGRAMME, A PROJECT OF FUTURE EARTH.

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Voices from the Waterways

Project Directors: Jason M. Kelly and Philip Scarpino

Voices from the Waterways (VfW) is a born-digital oral history database devoted to capturing the relationship between people and the waterways so central to their communities. VFW is a Project of Rivers of the Anthropocene.

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Memory, Place, and Community in Global Water Systems

Project Director: Jason M. Kelly

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Cultural Ecologies

Project Director: Jason M. Kelly

Developed by Jason M. Kelly and Fiona P. McDOnald

The Cultural Ecologies Project is a public research program of the IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute (IAHI). It asks the seemingly simple question, "How do cultural interventions transform cities?" We work with community stakeholders to examine the impact of the arts and humanities across multiple scales — from the personal to the neighborhood to the city level.

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