Illustration Department and History, Philosophy, and the Social Sciences Department
"These essays were were written and illustrated by students at the Rhode Island school of Design in February, 2021. Their perspectives are entirely personal and reflect their efforts within a 5.5-week fused studio/seminar course that was centered on the Sixth Mass Extinction and how biodiversity is changing because of humans. Discovering that science communication is more than delivering just the facts, students were invited to research a topic of personal interest that is relevant to human impacts on biodiversity. Through analysis of data and other scientific information, each sought to synthesize their research and opinions on their topic through a combination of text and illustration. Their work is presented here unedited." Susan Doyle, Dr. Lucy Spelman –– from the Introduction
This collection presents course work produced by the History, Philosophy, and the Social Sciences Department students and HPSS teaching materials.
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