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I’m calling what I do urban #sciart performance, historical interpretation. And I’m saying I’m qualified to do it because I was an English major with a minor in Marine Science, and I went to graduate school for Museum Studies, and […]

Modern Nineteenth-Century Lady Naturalist


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Sunday April 29 – Monday 30, 2018   A Symposium Hosted in Boston by Harvard University (Department of the History of Science)  &  Boston University (Department of Philosophy) Co-Sponsored by: The Millennium Project: Global Futures Research and Studies The Mellon Foundation The BU Center for Philosophy & […]

Call For Papers-Grappling with the Futures: ...


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New College of Florida invites applications for a tenure-track position in Environmental Ethics to begin Fall 2018.  We seek candidates specializing in Environmental Ethics. Areas of competence are open, but an ability to teach courses in other areas of applied […]

Job Opening: Assistant Professor of Environmental ...



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The coming shadow pushes a welcome breeze under the ninety-six-degree air before it. NASA researchers, joining others positioned across the eclipse path from Oregon to South Carolina, launch their last two balloons. The balloons, with boxes in tow to gauge […]

The Sun, the Moon, the Watermelon ...


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As happens with so many things, this all started with a single encounter. I was traveling by car on a foggy California road cut into a hillside with dense scrub on either side when an image flashed by: a coyote […]

Navigating Coexistence with Urban Coyotes


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READING RETREAT IN UMBRIA, ITALY “NATURE IN THE ANTHROPOCENE: RESTORATION AND REWILDING” Monte Castello di Vibio. June 3 – 14, 2018. Announcing ten days of reading and discussion on “Nature in the Anthropocene” in Umbria, Italy. This retreat will take […]

Reading Retreat in Environmental Philosophy: Umbria, ...