A Dialogue Between Cognitive Neuroscience and the Humanities Is Possible

Smith Warehouse, 114 South Buchanan Blvd., Bay 10, Room A226 About This Event: Please join the Humanities Futures ANCIENT MIND: MIND, BRAIN, AND SOCIETY Working Group for this panel discussion with renowned neuroscientist and philosopher of mind Vittorio Gallese. Prof. Gallese will be joined in this discussion on experimental aesthetics by Duke faculty and Working Group conveners Maurizio Forte (Classical Studies), Deborah Jenson (Romance Studies and Global Health / FHI Director), and Elizabeth Johnson (Duke Institute for Brain Sciences).For full details about the panel, please visit: http://humanitiesfutures.org/events/dialogue-cognitive-neuroscience-humanities-possible-experimental-aesthetics-manifesto/Made possible by the Mellon Foundation, Humanities Futures (humanitiesfutures.org) is an initiative of the Franklin Humanities Institute exploring the directions of the humanities disciplines in light of recent decades of interdisciplinary development.


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