“Sustainability requires that we learn to work in inter- and transdisciplinary ways”: an interview with Sacha Kagan

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Research associate at Leuphana University Lueneburg's Institute for Theory and Research on Culture and the Arts (IKKK) in Germany, Sacha Kagan founded and coordinates Cultura21 International – Cultural Fieldworks for Sustainability: a network gathering artists, scientists and other cultural practitioners engaged for cultures of sustainability. He co-edited the publications Sustainability: a new frontier for the arts and cultures (VAS, 2008) and Sustainability in Karamoja? Rethinking the terms of global sustainability in a crisis region of Africa (Rüdiger Köppe, 2009), coordinated international projects and directed documentary films (e.g. Land of Thorns, 2008).

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Titel“Sustainability requires that we learn to work in inter- and transdisciplinary ways”: an interview with Sacha Kagan
Medienbezeichnung/OutletLabforCulture.org
MedienformatWeb
LandEuropäische Union
Datum der Veröffentlichung30.11.09
Produzent/AutorEuropean Cultural Foundation
URLwww.labforculture.org/en/users/site-users/site-members/site-committors/site-moderators/lidia-varbanova/51495/59837
PersonenSacha Kagan

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Research associate at Leuphana University Lueneburg's Institute for Theory and Research on Culture and the Arts (IKKK) in Germany, Sacha Kagan founded and coordinates Cultura21 International – Cultural Fieldworks for Sustainability: a network gathering artists, scientists and other cultural practitioners engaged for cultures of sustainability. He co-edited the publications Sustainability: a new frontier for the arts and cultures (VAS, 2008) and Sustainability in Karamoja? Rethinking the terms of global sustainability in a crisis region of Africa (Rüdiger Köppe, 2009), coordinated international projects and directed documentary films (e.g. Land of Thorns, 2008).
Zeitraum30.11.2009
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