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Presented By: University of Michigan Biological Station

"Queer Clearings: Gender, Nature, Poetry"

Dr. Madeleine Wattenberg, Lakeland University

Dr. Madeleine Wattenberg, Lakeland University Dr. Madeleine Wattenberg, Lakeland University
Dr. Madeleine Wattenberg, Lakeland University
As part of the 2024 Summer Lecture Series at the University of Michigan Biological Station in northern Michigan, Dr. Madeleine Wattenberg will give a free, public talk titled ""Queer Clearings: Gender, Nature, Poetry."

Wattenberg, an award-winning poet and assistant professor of writing at Lakeland University, is an Artist in Residence at UMBS this year and the author of “I/O” from University of Arkansas Press. Her poetry has appeared in journals including the Kenyon Review, Poetry, The Rumpus, sixth finch, Fairy Tale Review, Mid-American Review, Guernica, Best New Poets, and Poetry Daily. Her scholarship focuses on ecopoetics, queer ecocriticism and feminist poetics.

Founded in 1909, UMBS is one of the nation’s largest and longest continuously operating field research stations.

Laboratories and cabins are tucked into more than 10,000 acres along Douglas Lake just south of the Mackinac Bridge to support long-term climate research and education.
Dr. Madeleine Wattenberg, Lakeland University Dr. Madeleine Wattenberg, Lakeland University
Dr. Madeleine Wattenberg, Lakeland University

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