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June 25, 2013

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Climate change is increasingly threatening conservation efforts to protect habitats and wild species in Africa and the Kenya case is a useful and informative example. Misuse of land, water and wildlife will be disused against a backdrop of knowledge gained from prehistory. Presented by renowned Kenyan paleontologist, conservationist, and politician, Dr. Richard E. Leakey. Reception to follow.

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"Magic and the Brain" features renowned neuroscientists Stephen Macknik and Susana Martinez-Conde, the founders of the new discipline of neuromagic and authors of the book Sleights of Mind. Understanding how our minds operate with magic can reveal how our brains work in everyday situations. Early neuromagic research also points to new approaches in a wide range of disciplines, from the diagnosis …more

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Please note: event is now in Ward 1 (not Abramson Family Recital Hall as previously scheduled).

The McCabe Lecture Series features American writer, journalist, and educator Ta-Nehisi Coates.

Coates is one of the most original and perceptive voices in black America—and one of our best writers, period. With rich emotional depth and a sonar sense of how pop culture, politics, and history shape …more

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Host: Katzen Arts Center

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Please note: event is now in Ward 1 (not Abramson Family Recital Hall as previously scheduled).

The McCabe Lecture Series features American writer, journalist, and educator Ta-Nehisi Coates.

Coates is one of the most original and perceptive voices in black America—and one of our best writers, period. With rich emotional depth and a sonar sense of how pop culture, politics, and history shape …more

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Experience groundbreaking new connections in technology, art, movement, and sound.

Dancer Mirenka Cechova, computer musician/software designer William Brent, and cellist NJ Snider will discuss technological and aesthetic considerations behind a new dance theatre work. The piece relies on custom technology to create relationships between physical movement, acoustic/computer-generated sound, and …more

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