QUILTMAKING AND FEMINISM By Lorrie Kim '89
For the author, quilting is a way of being feminist without being divisive.
Look at Lorrie Kim's quilts
TALES FROM THE SCHIST By Alison Hicks '82
It has been written that civilization exists by permission of geology and may be withdrawn without notice. This series of articles on Bryn Mawr geologists has important information for every reader.
Strata of distinguished alumnae/i and faculty Bryn Mawr geologists celebrate the department's centennial and discuss the pressures to make predictions that 21st century geologists may face.
Geologic stories everywhere Genevieve Atwood '68, first woman U.S. State geologist, has developed a program that enables elementary school educators to teach their local geology. Read about Atwood's "Fun Test"!
Dismantling a resource As 19th Director of the U.S. Bureau of Mines, Rhea Graham '74 was handed an unprecedented management challenge with troubling implications for geologists.
No day at the beach Maria Luisa Buse Crawford '60, Professor of Science and Environmental Studies at Bryn Mawr and a MacArthur Fellow, explains our changing understanding of mineral resources from an environmental perspective.
View some photos of geology department events
Visit the geology department homepage
A COGNOSCENTE'S MAZE By Sarah Bird Grant Wright '55
Edith Wharton's travel writings are complex landscapes of "passions and imaginings."
Inside the Age of Innocence By Elizabeth Mosier '84
Details, baby, details! A bit part in Scorsese's film evokes the writer's own task.
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