Emiliano Guaraldo, Post-doc Fellow 2020-21, Venice
How do contemporary arts-based practices expand or call into question the geoscientific methods and regimes of visuality that characterize the Anthropocene? Are there multiple articulations of the Anthropocene thesis, or radical challenges to it, coming from the visual arts and arts-based research?
Massimo Warglien, Board Member, Venice
Text analysis offers huge opportunities to improve how we understand and predict conflict.
Sabrina Marchetti, Board Member, Venice
As a feminist scholar, I believe in the power of art and of the Humanities in changing our understanding of society, culture and economic life. I am happy to be part of this project.
Shaul Bassi, Center Director, Venice
Cultural difference can push people apart; art and the humanities can bring them together in a sustainable world.
Francesca Tarocco, Board Member, Venice
As a scholar of Asian Studies, I am deeply invested in collegial work that has the potential to have an impact across disciplinary, regional and national boundaries within Asia and beyond. At the Center for Humanities and Social Change, I am committed to nourishing projects and collaborations that critically examine the radical interconnectedness of the modern world and illuminate our multiple configurations of place, time, matter and meaning.