A literary event at Teylers Museum

viber-imageToday was Darwin Day — February 12th, the birth date of the great man. All the more fitting that today was the first in another series of scientific-literary events at the legendary Teylers Museum in Haarlem. Legendary, because it has been preserved pretty much in the state of its birth, in the late 18th century. Today’s event, expertly guided by Alexander Reeuwijk and Norbert Peeters, themselves successful writers on Wallace and Darwin,
consisted of “illc4engzbxaaeestd-jpg-largeustrated interviews” with Kees Moeliker, Jelle Reumer, and yours truly. (Photos by Iva Njunjić and Kees Moeliker.)


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