Archive of Neurohumanities Reading Group at Kent State University, Notes from 2011

From National Geographic, http://science.nationalgeographic.com/science/photos/brain/

In 2011, I participated in the Kent State University Neuroscience and the Humanities Workgroup, and I collected my notes (and other relevant posts) here. This used to be a subsection of dynamicsubspace.net. I am archiving it as this blog post. The original page follows below.

I am collecting my notes from the Kent State University Neuroscience and the Humanities Workgroup meetings on this page. I will also add other relevant information to this page for those readers interested in the interdisciplinary approaches for research and teaching that derives from the critical engagement of the humanities with neuroscientific topics and critique of the neurosciences from humanistic perspectives.

Kent State University’s Neuroscience and the Humanities Workgroup Blog Launch

Notes from 11/28/2011 Meeting of The Neurosciences and the Humanities Working Group at Kent State

Notes from 11/22/2011 Meeting of The Neurosciences and the Humanities Working Group at Kent State

Notes from 11/07/2011 Meeting of The Neurosciences and the Humanities Working Group at Kent State

Notes from 10/24/2011 Meeting of The Neurosciences and the Humanities Working Group at Kent State

Morgan Freeman’s Through the Wormhole Episode on Consciousness

Notes from 10/14/2011 Meeting of The Neurosciences and the Humanities Working Group at Kent State

College Writing and Rivka Galchen’s Atmospheric Disturbances

Kent State English Colloquium, Literary Studies in the Age of Neuroscience

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