An Ecocritical History of a Southern Forest
What happens when we combine literary ecocriticism and environmental history? How do deeds, newspapers, scientific reports, legal decisions, and student poetry help articulate the process of meaning-making of a specific place? Come to this talk to discuss new ways of reading a forest’s history.<
This is part of the Campus Connect free lecture series for faculty, staff, and students. Sponsored by the Hulings Distinguished Chair in the Humanities.