Tag: poetry

Making Tracks: Chris Cokinos

By Chris Cokinos Intention is a funny thing, especially when it comes to creative work. Intention can become something forced; it can become an attachment to outcome at the expense of actually giving into the work itself. There’s a phrase from Taoist philosophy—wu wei. Wu wei means working without effort. Flow.

Snapshot: Hochschultage Science Slam

The Hochschultage Munich, cosponsored by the RCC, took place in the second week of June this year. Following a stimulating talk given by Oliver Richters at the RCC’s weekly Lunchtime Colloquium, speakers and spectators gathered in the evening for some creative wordplay at the Expert Slam. Contestants and organizers gave… Continue Reading “Snapshot: Hochschultage Science Slam”

Making Tracks: Axel Goodbody

In the “Making Tracks” series, RCC fellows and alumni present their experiences in environmental humanities, retracing the paths that led them to the Rachel Carson Center. For more information, please click here. “From Romantic Poetry to Contemporary Fiction and Climate Discourse”  by Axel Goodbody… Continue Reading “Making Tracks: Axel Goodbody”