Camouflaged

First-Year Eagle award winning paper: Camouflaged. This paper explores camouflage as concealment on several levels: from peppered moths evolving pigmented specks to blend into a sooty post-industrial environment—to its definition of “misleading someone or disguising from the truth” (OED). She comments here on fake news and on politicians disguising the harm of climate catastrophe to create a false sense of security. 

Eagle Award for First-Year Writers (emory.edu)


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