19 Oct 20065:00pm - 7:00pmCRASSH

Description

The poet, travel writer and great great granddaughter of Charles Darwin reads from her prose and verse on tropical jungle, understanding biodiversity, evolution and life choices now facing wild animals from Asian tigers to Britain's urban foxes and Louisiana's alligators.

This event is linked to the CRASSH conference Debating the Evidence: Evolution which takes place on Friday 20 October.

All are welcome. Drinks to follow.

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