Molly MacVeagh is a Ph.D. Candidate in English at Cornell University. She researches the way cultural representations of bioengineering are shifting understandings of humans and our environments. She’s particularly interested in the way narratives of food and farming serve to articulate the relations between domesticity, ecological thought, and biotechnology. For her project, she plans to partner with the Groton Public Library and the Tompkins County History Center to develop a community writing class focused on food and climate change.