Doctoral Fellow (2016-2017)
Coordinator, Junior Fellows Program (2015-2017)
Wythe Marschall is a PhD candidate in the History of Science Department at Harvard, where he studies biotechnology and farming. Currently, Wythe is teaching science fiction and researching how biotech startups are trying to disrupt the food economy and, in doing so, changing how we relate to the nonhumans that make our food. Previously, Wythe lectured about literature and science in the English Department at Brooklyn College, curated art-and-science exhibitions and events about the future of living things, and worked in advertising, most recently as a copy supervisor at NeON (Draftfcb). His writing has appeared inMcSweeney’s Quarterly Concern and elsewhere. Please tweet at him at @hollowearths, or visit his handcrafted personal Web site, wythem.com.