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Allied projects and initiatives

  • AURA. BLUE springs conceptually from the work conducted at AURA: Aarhus University Research on the Anthropocene, financed by the Danish Research Foundation. AURA was directed by Anna Tsing and hosted from 2013 to 2018 at Aarhus University
  • SeaCoast: Center for Southeast Asian Coastal Interactions at the University of California, Santa Cruz
  • Global Trout: An anthropological research project on rainbow trout and human-made environmental change hosted at the University of Oslo
  • Feral Atlas: An online interactive and transdisciplinary universe exploring feral dynamics in the Anthropocene. Feral Atlas is curated by Anna Tsing et al and published with the Digital Repository at Stanford University Press
  • Creatures of the Lines: an art-science collaboration between Sonia Levy and Heather Swanson examining the world of lines at sea - linear growth, fishing lines, shipping lanes
  • The NOW Project: A research project led by Kirsten Hastrup at Copenhagen University exploring the living resources and the hunting societies of the Thule area by integrating archaeological, biological, and anthropological perspectives
  • Ocean/Uni:  TBA21–Academy’s Ocean / Uni is an art–science educational initiative, open to the general public. Ocean / Uni draws on a community of scholars, artists, practitioners, and ocean enthusiasts.