More Alumni Collaborations in 2017
1. Matthew Booker is collaborating with applied ecologist Rob Dunn on a project to track evolutionary history using sourdough bread.
2. Lisa Sideris is the PI for a multi-year grant project, "Being Human in the Age of Humans: Perspectives from Religion and Ethics," from the Humanities without Walls consortium. The team is organizing a conference on implicit religion and alternative futures in the Anthropocene at Indiana University in May next year.
3. Simon Werrett has been editing a book with Lissa Roberts (University of Twente), due out with Brill in December. Compound Histories: Materials, Governance, and Production, 1760–1840 argues for the critical role of chemistry in the production of social order, knowledge, and commodities in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.