In New Frontiers in Neurohumanities: An fMRI Study of Literary Attention and Jane Austen, Natalie Phillips, Ph.D. discusses new work in cognitive approaches to literature, the neuroscience of narrative and the history of mind.
Location: UA Poetry Center, Dorothy Rubel Room
Learn about a unique cross-disciplinary experiment that teamed scholars in the humanities, radiology, and neuroscience to explore the evolving neural networks involved in attention and reading in the brain.
Humanities, Medicine & Wellness is a boundary-breaking conference featuring University of Arizona faculty working at the intersections of the humanities, health sciences, and wellness initiatives to address global challenges. The conference will be held February 26-28, 2014 on the campus of the University of Arizona and will integrate research panels and papers from the Colleges of Humanities, Law, Medicine, Public Health, Science, Social and Behavioral Sciences, and others.
The organizers of the Humanities, Medicine, and Wellness Conference are:
- Dr. Hester Oberman, Medical Humanities Liaison for the College of Humanities
- Dr. Karen Seat, Director of the Religious Studies Program.
With special thanks to:
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