4 Mar

“Malleable Identities & Contexts” Hosted by the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences Abstract: We all have multiple identities—race, gender, age, sexual orientation, occupation, etc. However, psychology research has traditionally focused on the effects stemming from one identity (i.e., race OR gender), rather than trying to measure how belonging to multiple groups may actually shift our […]

13 Mar

“Healthmaking in Ancient Egypt” The 88th Historia Medica Lecture is hosted by the Bernard Becker Medical Library in collaboration with the Center for History of Medicine. This talk explores how ancient Egyptians used their social networks to improve their health through the ancient Egyptian village of Deir el-Medina. A common myth about the history of human health suggests […]