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The Sciences

Arrival in Princeton

The IntersectionBy Chris MooneyJanuary 29, 2009 9:09 PM


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So...I have a new home. Just two days ago now, I arrived in Princeton, New Jersey and occupied a new apartment here, along with the fiance and the puppy. Los Angeles was a blast, and it's somewhere I think everyone ought to try to live--but I wanted to get back to the hoary old east coast. I also had reason to do so: I'm now a visiting associate at the Center for Collaborative History

here. The professor I'll be collaborating with is D. Graham Burnett

, a science historian who taught me Darwin at Yale back in 1997. We're working on a history of science project, not surprisingly...and that's all I'll say for now. Meanwhile, I'm getting familiar with Triumph

, Small World Coffee

, and Nassau St...if you're in the area or know it, leave a comment!

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