‘I hope this finds you well’: living in the Anthropocene

Dahlia Simangan

A view of the charred bushland, twelve days after the Gippsland bushfire swept through Victoria, Australia, January 11, 2020. Photo: Getty Images

The coronavirus pandemic is the Anthropocene materialized

Differentiated experiences of borderless threats

The problem of universal narratives

The contribution of IR to the Anthropocene discourse



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