Eiko Honda (University of Oxford, UK) will present on “Minakata Kumagusu and the emergence of queer nature: Civilization theory, buddhist science, and microbes, 1887–1892.”
The Lunchtime Colloquium is free and open to the public. For further information, see the website of the Rachel Carson Center. Please note the "3G" rules.
The Lunchtime Colloquium series consists of short, 20–30 minute presentations by fellows of the Rachel Carson Center. The talks are based on the fellow's own research, often focusing on their most recent project. Designed to stimulate discussion, the presentations are accessible and are aimed at a non-specialist audience.