Penn Arts & Sciences annual 60-Second lecture SLAM.
May 14, 2016
Moderator: Dennis DeTurck, Stephen A. Levin Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Robert A. Fox Leadership Professor, and Professor of Mathematics
Doctoral Candidate in History of Art and Cinema Studies
What Do We See When We Look at the Night?
C’16, English, with an honors concentration in creative writing, and interdisciplinary fine arts
The Beauty in the Book
Professor of Psychology
Can There Be Thought Without Language? Ask a Monkey or a Human Baby
Doctoral Candidate in Musicology
The Political Fictions of the Voice
C’16, Communication and Public Service
Eighty Cents to the Dollar
Doctoral Candidate in Clinical Psychology
Determining What Works for Whom in Mental Health
Dick Wolf Assistant Professor of Television and New Media Studies and assistant professor of English.
Memory Cards and Digital Music Cultures
C’16, Communications and East Asian Languages and Civilizations
Stepping Outside the Box
C’17, Cinema Studies and English, with a concentration in creative writing
Cinema is Truth for $11 Per Ticket
Doctoral Candidate, History and Sociology of Science; and Student at Perelman School of Medicine
The Other Opioid Crisis: How We Learned to Ignore Untreated Pain in Poor Countries