Big Farms Make Big Flu

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In his highly acclaimed new book, Big Farms Make Big Flu, Rob Wallace employs his radical wit in essays that tell the tale of globalized food systems and infectious diseases.

On February 16, Wallace comes to Pittsburgh for a lively dialogue that crossbreeds political theory with epidemiology and agricultural history. He’ll be joined by Rich Pell, Carnegie Mellon University Professor of Art and Director of Pittsburgh’s Center for PostNatural History, who has his own unique spin on the Anthropocene: living organisms that have been altered by we humans.

This event will take place in the museum's Earth Theater, and is free. Seating is limited, and registration is required.

Register at http://tickets.carnegiemuseums.org/cmnh/MNHSPECEVE_MNHSPEVENT_NST216

Big Farms Make Big Flu is part ofStrange Times: Earth in the Age of the Human—a 12-part event series featuring four live performances, five conversations, and three films. Writers, artists, and scientists will take audiences on an exploration of humankind’s far-reaching impact on Earth, which many scientists assert has resulted in a new geological era called the Anthropocene.

Strange Times is sponsored by WYEP and WESA.
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By: Carnegie Museum of Natural History

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