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Wall discusses her earliest scholarly discoveries (hint: they involved her father's printing press!), her research on women and gender in early modern literature and history, and how the humanities inform science and technological innovation by articulating our identity, aspirations, and ethical evaluation
Friday, April 29, 12:00 PM
Trettien will talk about her project "Cut/Copy/Paste: Echoes of Little Gidding" and broader methodological interventions in the fields of book history, media archeaology and digital humanities. Presented by NUDHL.
The Envrionmental Humanities Research Workshop presents this talk by Professor Heise in connection with her forthcoming book, "Imagining Extinction: The Cultural Meanings of Endangered Species."