EventsBryn Mawr Reading Series 2019-20
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Abstract: Sleep is a behavioral state in which we spend nearly one third of our lives. This biological phenomenon clearly serves an important role in the lives of most species.
The Book Traces project is an effort to discover and catalog marginalia, annotations, and other reader interventions in books printed before 1923.
Professor Weil will speak on, "Building Robust Kinematic Models to Better Understand the Tectonics of Large-Scale Mountain Systems."
Fiester will be discussing the main paradigm of clinical ethics that is used by healthcare professionals and taught in medical schools, and will be exploring ways that we can modify this approach.
Dostal will present "What is a Picture?”
In this presentation, we will examine reactions to the Syrian refugee crisis in China and among Chinese communities in Germany.
Fiction writer Sam Lipsyte is the author of two iconic story collections—the cult classic Venus Drive and The Fun Parts—and four novels, most recently Hark