Volume 30 of Austrian Studies, on 'Anthropocene Austria', has an online book presentation coming up - 17.2.23 @ 16:00 (GMT) / 17:00 (CET/MEZ).

'Anthropocene Austria' examines the presence of the now well-established paradigm of the Anthropocene — which perceives humanity as a geological force that is leaving an indelible trace on the fabric of the planet — in Austrian literature and culture. In eleven wide-ranging contributions, the volume highlights the entanglements of Austrian literature, film and contemporary culture with environments and ecologies in the age of climate breakdown. Join us for an online launch and discussion with the editors Dr Nicola Thomas (Lancaster University) and Prof. Caitríona Ní Dhúill (University College Cork / University of Salzburg), in conversation with Prof. Dr. Eva Horn (University of Vienna / Vienna Anthropocene Network).

Register here to receive the link to the event.

This is a Vienna Anthropocene Network event in cooperation with University College Cork Eco-Humanities Research Group.

cover of Anthropocene Austria

For the table of contents, see our Anthropocene Austria page.

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