IASC 2021 Conference: Commoning the Anthropocene
The IASC 2021 Conference: Commoning the Anthropocene virtual conference aims to bring together scholars and practitioners interested in the role that the exercise of common property systems to land use and other shared resources (commoning) will play in the Anthropocene.
Topics include: conceptualizing commons across multiple scales; commoning in a telecoupled (or hyper-connected) world with tipping points and deep uncertainty; new forms and trends in global commoning; interdisciplinary methods to study emerging commons spaces, and scaling up commoning in practice
February 26th is the deadline for submitting an abstract.
IASC Member Registration – $10.00; Non-Member Registration – $50.00
ASU and UA students may be eligible for a registration waiver.
This virtual event is one of a series of Our Commons Future conferences organized by the International Association for the Study of the Commons.
• Conceptualizing the Urban Commons, May 6–8, 2021
• Polycentricity, May 17–19, 2021
• Water Commons, May 19–21, 2021
• Knowledge Commons, June 9–11, 2021
• Land and Forest Commons, September 2021 (information coming soon)