Few terms have garnered more attention recently in the sciences humanities and public sphere than the anthropocene the proposed epoch in which a human signature appears in the lithostratigraphic record anthropocene reading considers the implications of this concept for literary history and . By j j cohen itm readers may be interested in this new book anthropocene reading literary history in geologic times just out from penn state pressedited by tobias menely and jesse oak taylor this collection provides something missing from most meditations on the anthropocene the era during which human impress is readable on the geologic . Publications edited collections few terms have garnered more recent attention in the sciences humanities and public sphere than the anthropocene the proposed epoch in which a human signature appears in the lithostratigraphic record. A review of anthropocene reading literary history in geologic times by t menley and jo taylor by thomas barclay larsen introduction 1 the anthropocene is an informal epoch which tries to account for the human imprint on the geological record see crutzen and stoermer 2000
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