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TRUE2018 - Day three

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École Normale Supérieure

45 Rue d'Ulm

75005 Paris

France

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The Right Use of the Earth

KNOWLEDGE, POWER AND DUTIES IN A FINITE PLANET


8.45 Welcome

9.00 (Jaurès) Plenary session: How did we came to know we have global environmental problems? Knowing
and governing the Earth in western modernity.
Chair: John Tresch
Participants:
Fredrik Albritton Jonsson (Chicago, Univ.), Improving planet Earth in the 18th century
Christophe Bonneuil (CAK), The Earth as “resources”: a history of geopower/geoknowledge

10.30 Coffee Break

10.45 (Jaurès): Debating Earth’s limits during the cold war
Chair: Marc Elie (EHESS)
Participants:
M. Rolf (U. Bamberg) Limits to Growth in Soviet Perspective
R. Doel (Florida State Univ.), tbc
Y. Mahrane (EHESS), Governing the Earth’s environmental limits to growth through economization
E. Rindzeviciute (Kingston Univ.), Soviet Policy Sciences and Earth System Governmentality

10.45 (Dussane) Climate Justice and Climate Change Liability
Chair: Marta Torre-Schaub (CNRS/Univ. Paris 1)
Participants: O. Godard* (Ecole polytechnique), C. Larrère (Univ. Paris 1), A. Michelot (Univ. La Rochelle),
N. Haeringer* (350.org)

12.30 Lunch

13:50 (Jaurès): Post WW2 and the great acceleration
Chair: Giacomo Parrinello (Science Po)
C. Görg et al., The Great Acceleration – a challenge for socio-ecological transformations
M. Dupuy, Shortage of resources and political model in the GDR
P. Anker, How Norway Became an Environmental Pioneer for the World
S. Höhler, Terraforming Technoscience and Environment in Experimenting with Earth
J. Barton, From Space Colonization to Anti-Colonialism: NASA’s First Initiative to Study the Earth as a System

13:50 (Dussane): Knowing the Earth (18th-20th century)
Chair: Hélène Blais* (ENS)
Participants:
D. Andersson, Immanent Geology: Organicism and the Principle of Self-Organization in Earth Science
E. Benson, Geomorphology, Empire, and the Earth without History
D. Coen, Planetary Disturbances: Science and the Scalar Imagination in the Age of Empire
K. Holmberg, Mephistopheles on Mauna Loa: the volcano in early modern science and late capitalist geoknowledge
S. Dutreuil, From Gaia’s physiological functioning to the planetary boundaries of the Earth system

15.50 Coffee Break

16:10 (Jaurès): Governing a finite planet
Chair: Stefan Aykut (Hamburg University)
Participants:
Esther Meyer, Gregor Schmieg, Isabell Schrickel, Platform Politics. New Departures for Climate Action?
Adrian Macey, Where action outpaces law: non-state actors in the global response to climate change
Diego Landivar, Emilie Ramillien, Governing the Anthropocene through limits: markets, law or gods?
Fariborz Zelli et al.: Seeing the Forest. Discursive Convergence and Dominance in REDD+ Governance

16:10 (Dussane): Futures and sustainable pathways
Chair: Oliver Geden (SWP, Berlin)
Participants: Amy Dahan, Between Prospective, Utopias and Politics, how to think a return to the Terrestrial?
Silke Beck, The politics of anticipation: Exploring the performative power of climate pathways
Andrzej Ancygier, Do targets matter? The role of long-term planning in facilitating decarbonization
Judith Hardt, Environmental security in the Anthropocene:between boundaries and normative pathways

18.00 (Jaurès) Keynote. Feral Atlas: Virulence and Proliferation in the More-than-Human Anthropocene
Speaker: Anna Tsing, Aarhus University

19.00 End of the third day

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45 Rue d'Ulm

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