Thursday on Lake Effect: Feminist Biology, BioBlitz, Novelist Peter Geye, Nineteen Thirteen
Thursday on Lake Effect:
Today on the show, we explore the intersection of evolutionary biology and feminism. We’ll learn about an all-out BioBlitz at Grant Park starting tomorrow. Plus, why novelist Peter Geye thinks the Boundary Waters of Minnesota is the perfect place, and Victor DiLorenzo of the Milwaukee duo Nineteen Thirteen talks about how their new album came together.
- Caroline VanSickle, UW-Madison postdoctoral fellow in feminist biology
- Ellen Censky & Brian Russart, BioBlitz; Susan Bence, WUWM Environmental Reporter
- Stacy Tornio, outdoor contributor
- Peter Geye, author
- Victor DeLorenzo & Janet Schiff, Nineteen Thirteen (band)
- UW Anthropologist Examines Intersection Between Biology & Feminism
- Milwaukee's Second BioBlitz About to Commence in Grant Park
- Three Natural Destinations To Visit This Summer
- 'Wintering' by Peter Geye Tells a Story of Family and Small Town Secrets in the Wilderness
- Nineteen Thirteen's Cello and Drums Sync Together in 'Music for Time Travel'