Poets and Scientists: A Panel

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May 21, 2021
2:00PM - 4:00PM
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Virtual

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Add to Calendar 2021-05-21 14:00:00 2021-05-21 16:00:00 Poets and Scientists: A Panel "Poets and Scientists: A Panel" is the exciting result of a project that put poets and environmental scientists in conversation, bringing together the humanities and sciences. In preparation for this event, Ohio poets and environmental scientists were paired up and asked to discuss environmental issues; the poets then wrote work in response to those conversations. The panel will feature three pairings from the project: Kathy Fagan and Lauren Pintor Rosebud Ben-Oni and Zakee Sabree Ruth Awad and Kerry Ard In addition to poetry readings, the event will feature an interdisciplinary discussion of important ethical and environmental issues, with a focus on their relation to the COVID-19 pandemic. To attend the panel, please register in advance. To learn more about the event and panelists, visit the event page on the College of Arts and Sciences website. Virtual Department of English english@osu.edu America/New_York public
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"Poets and Scientists: A Panel" is the exciting result of a project that put poets and environmental scientists in conversation, bringing together the humanities and sciences. In preparation for this event, Ohio poets and environmental scientists were paired up and asked to discuss environmental issues; the poets then wrote work in response to those conversations. The panel will feature three pairings from the project:

Kathy Fagan and Lauren Pintor
Rosebud Ben-Oni and Zakee Sabree
Ruth Awad and Kerry Ard

In addition to poetry readings, the event will feature an interdisciplinary discussion of important ethical and environmental issues, with a focus on their relation to the COVID-19 pandemic. To attend the panel, please register in advance. To learn more about the event and panelists, visit the event page on the College of Arts and Sciences website.

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