October 25, 2014

February 14th MBL Falmouth Forum Cancelled

Contact:
Susan Joslin, 508-289-7281; sjoslin@mbl.edu

Woods Hole, MA – The MBL Falmouth Forum originally scheduled for February 14, 2014 has been cancelled. The event will be rescheduled on a date to be determined.

Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen Dunn was scheduled to speak at 7:30 PM in the MBL’s Lillie Auditorium, but had to cancel his poetry reading due to inclement weather conditions along the East Coast.

Sponsored by the MBL Associates, the Falmouth Forum series is free and open to the public. This MBL Falmouth Forum series is also supported by a generous donation from the Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod.

The 2013-2014 MBL Falmouth Forum includes these presentations. Visit mbl.edu/falmouth-forum for detailed information.

March 7, 2014 
“Revisiting Louis Agassiz: Creator of American Science”
Christoph Irmscher, author and Provost Professor of English, Indiana University

March 21, 2014 
“Guano and Opening of the Pacific World: A Global Ecological History”
Gregory Cushman, Associate Professor of International Environmental History, The University of Kansas

April 4, 2014            Herman T. Epstein Endowed Memorial Lectureship
“The Accidental Universe”
Alan Lightman, physicist, writer, social entrepreneur, and professor of humanities at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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