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Student Spotlight:
Julie Hecht, ‘Dog Spy’
 
What traits do people prefer in dogs, and what's with that “guilty puppy” look? Ph.D. student Julie Hecht — Scientific American’s “Dog Spy” — answers in this month's featured video.
 
April News
Robert Reid-Pharr’s major achievement; a 2016 Ph.D. snapshot; dangerous nurses; and Christian Palestinians are among this month’s highlights.
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Featured Events
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Juliet Hooker: Black Lives Matter and the Paradoxes of Black Politics
Thursday, 4/14
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Patti Smith on
Albert Camus
Tuesday, 4/19
GlobalizationandInequality
Globalization & Inequality: Paul Krugman, Janet Gornick, and Branko Milanovic
Wednesday, 5/11
Faculty Books
Revolt
Revolt of the Saints: Memory and Redemption in the Twilight of Brazilian Racial Democracy
John Collins (Anthropology)
MozartsMusic
Mozart’s Music of Friends
Edward Klorman (Music)
PoliticalDynamics
Political Dynamics of Transnational Agrarian Movements
Marc Edelman (Anthropology)
 
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