The Einstein Research Unit "CliWaC" sets itself the task to establish the communication between scientists and the interested public. Supporting these objectives, the research aims, contents, and results of the projects shall be opened to the public. The publication of current essays, works and activities of the staff are intended to contribute to the networking of CliWaC with other institutions and scientists. All press releases and reviews about the research projects will be available online.
For inquiries from media representatives and other external audiences, please contact the scientifc coordinator Tobias Otte.
Here you find an overview of various press releases and articles.
Embedded into Einstein Research Unit "CliWaC", the project AnthropoScenes works at the intersection of transdisciplinary research and knowledge exchange to make sustainable water futures a public matter of concern. The project is funded under the Excellence Strategy of the Federal Government and the Länder by the Berlin University Alliance (BUA) as an experimental science communication initiative.
Over the next three years, AnthropoScenes will develop processes that entwine theatre and science through a close collaboration with partners at the Freie Universität Berlin (FU), Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (HU) and Technische Universität Berlin (TU), as well as the Theatre of the Anthropocene, the Museum for Natural History, the Humboldt Labor.
Collaborative methods such as participatory salons, theater pop-ups, staged productions and performances, digital and online platforms, as well as a grand-finale game show will take place from 2021-202024. The objective is not only to broaden the knowledge and experience base from which to co-produce sustainable water futures, but to engage a wide range of publics in Berlin and Brandenburg in the transformations of nature-culture relations in the Anthropocene. The AnthropoScenes novel and unique approach will be continuously evaluated and aims to be transferable to other fields of social-ecological research and beyond.
More information can be found on the website: https://www.anthroposcenes.de/
For further information, please contact Pauline Münch.
Groß Glienicker See schrumpft (Tagesspiegel) - Interview mit Prof. Dr. Hirschfeld (in German)
Ist das noch Forschung oder schon Kunst? (in German)
Tagesspiegel-Beilage vom 02.Oktober 2021 (in German)
Press release of the Freie Universität Berlin (in German)