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Executive Vice President and Provost

CROW Forum: "Trans-ing the Gothic: How Trans Plots, Genres, and Characters Trouble the Gothic Novel"

Jolene Zigarovich, Languages and Literatures, is the presenter for this forum. Her recent book publications include 'Writing Death and Absence in the Victorian Novel:  Engraved Narratives' and she is editor of 'Sex and Death in Eighteenth-Century Literature' and the forthcoming 'TransGothic in Literature and Culture.' Her current work in progress examines death and the popularity of the eighteenth-century novel.

CROW Forum: "Towards an Ethics of Care: Ecofeminism, Taxidermy, and Animal Portraiture in Contemporary Art"

Elizabeth Sutton, art department, is the presenter for this forum. She has published 'Capitalism and Cartography in the Dutch Golden Age' and 'Early Modern Dutch Prints of Africa .' Her book 'Art, Animals, and Experience: Human Relationships to Nature' is forthcoming from Routledge.

It Takes an Iowan

The UNI Museum is hosting "It Takes an Iowan" at the Marshall Center School (corner of W. 23rd and Indiana Streets) from Sept. 9 to Oct. 8. This exhibit, provided by Silos and Smokestacks, focuses on Iowans as leaders in the ongoing endeavor to provide food for the nation and the world. The exhibit will be open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

It Takes An Iowan was created by Silos & Smokestacks National Heritage Area (SSNHA). SSNHA is one of 49 federally designated heritage areas in the nation and is an affiliated area of the National Park Service. The heritage area covers 37 counties in the northeast quadrant of Iowa. Through a network of sites, programs and events, SSNHA interprets farm life, agribusiness, and rural communities—past and present. To learn more about Silos & Smokestacks National Heritage Area, visit www.SilosandSmokestacks.org(link is external).

Prairie On Farms Field Day

The Tallgrass Prairie Center will host a field day focusing on applied use of prairie for water quality improvement efforts and pollinator habitat. Discussion topics include second year stand evaluation, first and second year maintenance and weed control, and site-specific seed mix design. Research results will be shared regarding the effects of first year mowing on native plant emergency and growth using three different seed mixes in northeast Iowa.

The field day is free and open to the public and includes lunch. Technical service providers, producers, landowners/managers, conservation agencies and professionals, and those interested in learning more about the benefits of prairie on working farms are encouraged to attend.

Registration is not required but encouraged for meal planning purposes. Registaer by contacting Ashley Kittle at 319-273-3828 or ashley.kittle@uni.edu by Tuesday, Sept. 6.

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