Society & Culture
One of Cincinnati’s pioneering 20th century scientists understood that nature’s beauty reaches beyond sweeping landscapes and includes creatures invisible to the naked eye. Naturalist and artist DeVere Burt shares the story of Annette Braun, the first woman to earn a PhD at the University of Cincinnati and an impeccable artist whose fascination with tiny moths led to the discovery of hundreds of new species.
A Little 'Light' Music at the Edge of Appalachia : Interview with T.J. Vissing
The Curious Case of the Prickly Callery Pear: Interview with Theresa Culley
Dom Peebles on Nature’s Prescriptive Powers in Madisonville
Forgotten Citizen Scientists of Cincinnati: Interview with Hardy Eshbaugh