Between trying to figure out how to work with graduate students I can’t see in person, and starting nervously at our pantry counting cans of beans, it’s been hard to do any of the work that has sustained me these last many years. Thinking, and writing.
As the fog settled in back in March, one of the first things to disappear was an appearance by Eric Kuhn and me at the Tucson Festival of Books to talk about Science Be Dammed. Ben Wilder from the Desert Laboratory on Tumamoc Hill in Tucson was going to host, and it was going to be fun!
As we emerge from the fog, our friends (and publisher!) at the University of Arizona Press have rented a hall, as it were, in the cloud. May 6, maybe 9 a.m. Arizona time, maybe 10 a.m. Albuquerque and Glenwood Springs time, I’m a little confused about exactly when this is happening, but I’m sure if you click through and sign up that’ll all be sorted out.
Please do join us.
I enjoyed the Cloudinar, you guys need to do this more often.
Hi John, I vaguely remember there being a link to the recording of this event. Do you mind posting or sending it?
I missed the event due to work meetings, and would very much like to see what I missed.
Here we go! https://uapress.arizona.edu/2020/05/virtual-book-panel-brings-together-science-be-dammed-authors