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Nuclear Life in the Anthropocene - Hanford Conversations with Kathleen Flenniken
Nuclear Life in the Anthropocene - Hanford Conversations with Kathleen Flenniken
WhenWednesday, Feb. 1, 2017, 12 – 1 p.m.
WhereUW Seattle
Simpson Center 202
Description

Please join us for brown bag discussion about weapons production, waste, and cleanup at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation!

Kathleen Flenniken is a poet, editor, and teacher in Seattle. Her poetry collection Plume, a meditation on the Hanford nuclear site and her hometown of Richland, WA, won the Washington State Book Award. She was the 2012-2014 Washington State Poet Laureate.

Campus roomSimpson Center Room 202, UW Seattle
Event sponsorsCo-organized by:
IAS Assistant Professor Shannon Cram
Holly Barker - Anthroplogy, UW Seatte
Liz Mattson -  Hanford Challenge
and conjunction with The Anthropocene, a crossdisciplinary research cluster of the Simpson Center
for the Humanities
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