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Kerill O?Neill

Kerill O’Neill, Julian D. Taylor Professor of Classics, is the Founding Director of the Colby Center for the Arts and Humanities, which counts Environmental Humanities as one of its most important programs. His research interests encompass ancient magic, prehistoric archaeology, and the intersection of literature and material culture in the classical tradition.

Can Harvesting Fog Help to Counteract Droughts and Human Displacement?

Kerill O'Neill speaks with Jamila Bargach about Dar Si Hmad, the largest functioning fog collection project in the world.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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