This coming Monday and Tuesday, March 26 and 27, I’ll be giving talks on science and writing at Binghamton University, hosted by David Sloan Wilson and the Evolutionary Studies Program as well as the Dean’s office.
First I’ll talk about the orchid gene hypothesis; that’s Monday at 5pm. On Tuesday afternoon I’ll talk about using music as a model for structuring longform nonfiction. Full program and details here. If you’re thereabouts, come and join the discussion. It seems a civilized place, so possibly there’ll be a pub crawl at some point.
Many thanks to David Sloan Wilson and Binghamton University for hosting.