What We’re Reading

Satirische Szene mit Katzen, Affen und Eule, attributed to Egbert van Heemskerk III, via Wikimedia CommonsPerhaps, over the Labor Day weekend, you’ll be able to find somewhere to read where you won’t be interrupted by cats, owls, and clarinet-playing apes! If so, here are a few pieces, ranging from a new encyclopedia article on the Scopes trial in 1925 to a data-driven interactive feature on climate change through 2100, to keep you happily engrossed. If not, then give my regards to the menagerie.

NCSE Executive Director Ann Reid
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Ann Reid is the Executive Director of NCSE.

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