From the 15th to the 19th of September an important symposium gathered people who have worked on the politics of the Anthropocene. The symposium was curated by Eduardo Viveiros de Castro and Deborah Danowski - who are also the authors of a very important paper (in fact a small book) on the different versions of the end of the world.
You can read Bruno Latour's How to make sure Gaia is not a God of Totality? with special attention to Toby Tyrrell’s book On Gaia
- Written for the Rio de Janeiro meeting The Thousand Names of Gaia, September 2014 (For discussion only. English kindly corrected by Michael Flower)
In Rio in The 1000 names of Gaia conference, P. Maniglier offers the real link between AIME and Gaia which was only alluded to in the text.— AIME (@AIMEproject) 15 Septembre 2014
Maniglier connects Gaia and perspectivism in anthropology as in AIME. Stream transmission of this import meeting on http://t.co/vjph1yWnPD— AIME (@AIMEproject) 15 Septembre 2014
Networks, as in ANT, are not sufficient to absorb the heterogeneity of other ways of feeling the intrusion of Gaia, according to Maniglier.— AIME (@AIMEproject) 15 Septembre 2014