Science Pub: An interactive Dialogue about Love and Site
Jan 29th, 2019 | 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Paradise Creek Brewery’s Downtown Restaurant – 245 SE Paradise Street
Free Admission – $5.00 suggested donation (all donations support the Palouse Discovery Science Center)

Sip your favorite brew, while you learn a thing or two! Science Pub is an opportunity to enjoy learning about science in an informal atmosphere; no scientific background necessary! Just bring your curiosity and a thirst to learn.

Topics and presenters are arranged by the Palouse Discovery Science Center (PDSC) and WSU’s Entrepreneurial Faculty Ambassador (EFA) Program. All Donations support PDSC. Click here for more information.

This month’s speakers:

Through “An interactive Dialogue about Love and Site,” Jolie Kaytes & Linda Russo will share examples from their own fieldwork, poetry, teaching and community/collaborative projects, to elaborate on love of place, method, materials, and words. We hope to see you there!

Jolie Kaytes lives in Moscow, Idaho and is an associate professor and program head of landscape architecture across the state border at Washington State University. Her teaching, writing, and images integrate disciplinary perspectives and focus on recognizing the complexity of landscapes. Jolie’s work has appeared in the Fourth River,, Camas and elsewhere. She spent her formative years in South Florida, where she wandered along shorelines, slogged through sloughs, and conducted chaise lounge studies among subtropical flora and fauna. Jolie holds a B.S. in Conservation and Resources Studies from the UC Berkeley and a Bachelors and Masters of Landscape Architecture from the University of Oregon.

Linda Russo, M.F.A., Ph.D., is searching for prairie remnants. Her current projects – Wild Edge Walks and EcoArts on the Palouse – connect ecology, creative intelligence and interspecies geography. Published works include Meaning to Go to the Origin in Some Way (Shearsman Books), Participant, winner of the Besmilr Brigham prize from Lost Roads Press, both poetry, and To Think of her Writing Awash in Light, winner of the Subito Press Lyric Essay Prize. Counter-Desecration: A Glossary for Writing Within the Anthropocene, was published with Wesleyan University Press in the fall. She is a Clinical Associate Professor and teaches literature and creative writing at Washington State University.

Counter-Desecration: A Glossary for Writing Within the Anthropocene, now available with Wesleyan University Press.
For more information on her books & works visit Inhabitory Poetics