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1. Research on teaching and learning

Funded by LSE's Eden Centre, the delivery of the course is set within a research agenda which seeks to build insight into the ways in which educational practitioners and institutions might positively add to the student learning experience. See more here.

3. A student conference on creative methods

A student conference on creative methods in environmental research will be held at LSE LIFE, generating a network of scholars across and beyond LSE. See below for call. 

2. The delivery of a creative output

Funded by LSE's Student Futures and in collaboration with curator Georgia Hall and Serpentine Galleries, students will deliver an exhibition, a creative publication in response to the Back to Earth programme, and a launch event. Coming soon.

art of the anthropocene:

a creative co-lab

This new optional working group offers LSE students in the Geography and Environment Department a chance to engage with some of the most pressing questions of our time. Through multimedia, interdisciplinary engagement, the course draws insights from contemporary artistic practice to critically unravel the notion of the anthropocene and develop dynamic ways of engaging with our socio-ecological condition. 

The course is centred around five overlapping tropes, which seek to provide stimulating entry points for exploring the contested worlds of the anthropocene: 

 

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We are working with a number of partners including the Eden Centre, LSE Student FuturesSerpentine Galleries and LSE LIFE, to deliver three core areas of work:

 

 

 

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