LARB Digital Edition: A Legible Science by Michele Pridmore-Brown

LARB Digital Edition: A Legible Science

byMichele Pridmore-Brown

Kobo ebook | August 1, 2014

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We’re all prone to excess, even in discussions of excess, observes biologist and science writer Marlene Zuk. This year has been marked by another rainfall of books about humans destroying the environment in which they evolved, a few about the a priori Darwinian mismatch between humans and their so-called natural” environments, and a great many more about the even greater mismatch between humans and their constructed environments.

This month's Digital Edition gathers some of the best essays and reviews from LARB's Science Section that deal with aspects of the mismatch, and how scientific discoveries and agendas are changing how we think about them. Several also deal with issues of legibility - how science goes about making legible human experience, not to mention environmental impacts. From the exploding fields of neuroscience and genetics to reading the movement of glaciers, this month's selection of articles is the perfect match for readers in search of a legible science.
Title:LARB Digital Edition: A Legible ScienceFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:August 1, 2014Publisher:Los Angeles Review of BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1940660157

ISBN - 13:9781940660158

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