Fallon-Marshall Lecture Series: Dr. Joshua DiCaglio
The Glasscock Center presents the Fallon-Marshall lecture series. Dr. DiCaglio (English) will deliver a lecture on 4/5/23.
"Science has Transformed you: Scale Between Science and the Humanities"
The Fallon-Marshall Lecture was established in 1994 by Mary Marshall as an event to discuss current issues in the humanities and social sciences. Named after Marshall and former dean of the legacy College of Liberal Arts Daniel Fallon, the annual lecture provides the College the opportunity to share the outstanding scholarship happening within the College.
Science has Transformed you: Scale Between Science and the Humanities
Dr. Joshua DiCaglio
Department of English
Dr. Joshua DiCaglio (Ph.D English, Penn State) is an Assistant Professor in the English Department at Texas A&M. His research examines scientific rhetoric, with a focus on the challenge of orienting ourselves to scales that exceed typical human experience. His scholarly monograph Scale Theory: A Nondisciplinary Inquiry (352 pages) was published by the University of Minnesota Press in 2021. Other works have appeared in Configurations, Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and the Environment, Environmental Communication, Science Fiction Studies, and Philosophy and Rhetoric. He is currently working on a book about lithium, scale, and the challenge of speaking about ecological relations.
Wednesday, April 5, 2023
MSC 2406-B (Updated location)
Also streaming on Zoom