Tag: RCC Perspectives

Cocaine, Schizophrenia, and Nuclear Reactors: Life as an RCC Editor

By Brenda Black Our work as editors at the RCC requires us to be generalists (because of the wide variety of topics encountered), but also capable of interpreting highly specialized texts (because it is impossible to edit what one does not understand). For one… Continue Reading “Cocaine, Schizophrenia, and Nuclear Reactors: Life as an RCC Editor”

Assessing the Success of Silent Spring

Post by Katie Ritson, posted in conjunction with the publication of the RCC Perspectives issue, “Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring: Encounters and Legacies” Working for a center named after Rachel Carson and in the fiftieth anniversary year of her book Silent Spring, it’s easy to… Continue Reading “Assessing the Success of Silent Spring”