Regional and City Planning Faculty Member Publishes Work in Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities
Meghan Wieters, assistant professor of Regional and City Planning, recently published the article “(Inter)facing the Anthropocene: Representing an interdisciplinary interaction” in the journal Resilience, with colleagues Zev Trachtenberg, Antonio J. Castro, Kiza Gates, Asa Randall, Ingo Schlupp, Lynn Soreghan, and Noah Theriault. Wieters said, “The work [described in the article] was a focused, moderated online blog with targeted readings covering aspects of the Anthropocene from a wide variety of disciplines. The group, led by our courageous Zev Trachtenberg, worked to essentially categorize our thoughts and link them beyond a traditionally linear fashion.” Congratulations, Dr. Wieters!
Published on January 22, 2018