(AB '73, AM '74, PhD '77 UChicago) is the author of three books on empathy, the host of the radio talk show "A Rumor of Empathy," and a teacher at several local colleges.
Our biological and physical sciences courses range from nanomaterials today to empathy and its neurological implications, highlighting the interdisciplinary nature of our programming.
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Biological and Physical Sciences
CANCELED: A Rumor of Empathy in Neuroscience
03/28/2017 to 05/16/2017
A rumor is an unsubstantiated report. This course will pursue the rumor of empathy in neuroscience. The rumor is substantiated – empathy LIVES in neuroscience. But there are some conditions and qualifications. Connecting the dots between the mechanisms of neurotransmitters and the first person experience of a conversation for possibility in education is complex. This class will do a close reading of the texts that provide the deep structure of the history of empathy along with the “cliff notes / spark notes” version of what you need to know about neuroscience to engage in a meaningful conversation about the issues.
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|Course Code:||HUAS 61001|
Mar 28 to May 16
1:30 PM–4:00 PM
Online Registration Close Date:
March 22, 2017
Online registration closes at 11:59 PM the day before the posted close date.