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Nature and Poetry: A Conversation With E. O. Wilson and Robert Hass

at American Museum of Natural HistoryThu Dec 06
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Location

American Museum of Natural History

Central Park West at 79th St.
New York NY , 10024 (map)

Tel: 212-769-5100

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Date & Time

07:30 PM
 
Thu, Dec 06, 2012

Ticket Info: 212-769-5200; http://www.amnh.org

Cost:    $15; $13.50 students and seniors

Performer

Nature and Poetry: A Conversation With E. O. Wilson and Robert Hass

Theodore Roosevelt's passion for the natural world extended to a love of nature writing and photography. U.S. Poet Laureate Robert Hass and noted biologist E. O. Wilson will come together for a rich discussion of nature in poetry and poetry in nature, exploring the intersection of art and science and ...


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Theodore Roosevelt's passion for the natural world extended to a love of nature writing and photography. U.S. Poet Laureate Robert Hass and noted biologist E. O. Wilson will come together for a rich discussion of nature in poetry and poetry in nature, exploring the intersection of art and science and the surprising ways each inspires the other.
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