Mini College 2012 Archive - Slides and Handouts

2012: What (if anything) is Written in the Stars?
Barbra Anthony-Twarog, Professor, Physics and Astronomy

African Theatre in World Literature
Omofolabo Ajayi-Soyinka, Professor, Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies

Communication Disorders in Adults 
SPLH Faculty, Speech-Language-Hearing

Genetic Technology and the Quest for Perfection
Ben Eggleston, Associate Professor, Philosophy

Memoir Writing
Louise Krug, Author and Lecturer, English

Money Makes the World Go 'Round: Geographies of Global Finance 
Barney Warf, Professor, Geography

Mothers, Fathers and Children: The Evolutionary Origins of Conflict 
Jennifer Gleason, Associate Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Planes, Hyperplanes and Beyond: Understanding Higher-Dimensional Spaces
Jeremy Martin, Associate Professor, Mathematics

Terrorism and Counterterrorism: America's new 'Cold War'
Don Haider-Markel, Professor, Political Science

The Fight Against Rogue Proteins in Alzheimer's Disease
Carolyn Rankin, Adjunct Research Associate, Molecular Biosciences

The Temple of Zeus at Olympia: A Thousand Years of Change
John Younger, Professor, Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies and Classics

Tour the Great Buddhist Temples of Korea
Marsha Haufler, Associate Dean, Professor of Art History

What's the latest from the Large Hadron Collider? 
Phil Baringer, Professor, Physics and Astronomy


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