Milton's Manuring: <em>Paradise Lost</em>, Husbandry, and the Possibilities of Waste

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10.5325/miltonstudies.61.1.0065

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Cornes, Saskia CC (2019). Milton's Manuring: Paradise Lost, Husbandry, and the Possibilities of Waste. Milton Studies, 61(1). pp. 65–65. 10.5325/miltonstudies.61.1.0065 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/18178.

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Saskia C Cornes

Assistant Professor of the Practice of the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute

Program Director, Duke Campus Farm

Recently published: "Soil as the Archive" in the Journal of Agricultural History.

Duke Climate Change Faculty Fellow 

Interviewed in a new documentary "The Education of Bruno Latour." 
  


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